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Harper's Bazaar Australia October 2016

Harper’s BAZAAR is the style resource for women who are the first to buy the best, from casual to couture. With style, authority and insider insight, BAZAAR focuses on luxury fashion and beauty, and covers what’s new to what and who’s next. Month after month, Harper’s BAZAAR showcases the world’s most visionary stylists and talented designers to deliver readers a visually stunning portrayal of the world of fashion and beauty.

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editor’s letter

Body Issue A to Z, page 194. Photographer Gary Heery with Pepper the sea lion at Taronga Zoo. Left: model Ruby Jean Wilson with giraffes.THE BODY ISSUE Being editor-in-chief of Harper’s BAZAAR is a huge privilege, as this magazine has the ability to open doors that are usually kept firmly closed. At the beginning of the year,we met with the team at Sydney’s Taronga Zoo to chat about the zoo’s 100th anniversary and how we could help celebrate. Personally, I have so many memories of Taronga. As a child, I would be driven with my brother up from Canberra to visit the zoo (I recall I once had a nightmare about snakes!), and as a teenager I caught the ferry from Manly to the zoo with my childhood sweetheart. NowI…

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Pamela Hanson “I loved shooting Rosie — she’s beautiful, smart and fun to be with, and a great model because she understands the light and the clothes, and she knows the best parts of herself,” says the renowned photographer of her experience shooting mega-model Huntington-Whiteley. Hanson — who has captured everyone from Gloria Steinem to Christy Turlington Burns, and works for the likes of Porter, French Elle and Vanity Fair — shot BAZAAR’ October cover star at Christian Dior’s former country house in the south of France. See the full story on page 126. The camera I used on the shoot was … “a digital Nikon”. When I shoot, I … “like to try to get a sense of the place I am shooting and the personality of the model,…

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RISE AND SHINEJesinta Campbell shared her daily foot, fitness and beauty routine with BAZAAR, prompting us all to lift our AM game. MAN-REPELLERWe asked real-life men for their opinions on this season’s most man-repelling trends — and the results were (unsurprisingly) hilarious. ANGEL WEDDINGBecause only a Victoria’s Secret model could pull off a bikini wedding dress IRL. We couldn’t get enough of Isabeli Fontana’s Insta-perfect Maldives wedding. RANCH CHICDesigner Tom Ford gave new meaning to ranch living when he put his $98 million Santa Fe compound on the market. BIEBS’S NEW LADYMeet Sofia Richie: Justin Bieber’s new(ish) flame had us wanting to know more. Watch this space. MODEL STYLEIs Kendall Jenner the best dressed of the Kardashian/Jenner clan? Her complete style file would suggest yes.…

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WOMEN ON THE STREETKeep tabs on the street-style set as they jet to New York, London, Milan and Paris with our curated round-ups of fashion month’s best-dressed women (updated daily!). THE MONTHLY DOWNLOADBAZAAR digital contributor Sophie Gallagher shares her five favourite Twitter accounts. @DOLLYALDERTONJournalist Dolly Alderton has her finger on the pulse. Alongside some hilarious Sex and the City-esque dating and friendship stories (honestly, I wish I had her life), you can always rely on her to find some unique and must-read articles.@ANNETDONAHUEMy first port of call for everything pop culture. Supremely witty, she always finds the most hilarious angle on every celebrity story.@PINSYKESAs the fashion features editor of the The Sunday Times Style, Pandora Sykes is my go-to for daily fashion inspiration (her life observations are pretty excellent, too).@REALDMITCHELLDavid…

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Kanye West and Kim Kardashian West in BAZAAR September, photographed by Karl Lagerfeld.JOB SEEKING I found the topic of the “Viewpoint” in the September issue [“The Rise of the Slashie” to be very timely. It’s a very accurate reflection of what is happening in our economic times. Gone are the days of the promise of lifelong — even long-term — jobs in the same industry, let alone the same company. Just as we are multifaceted in our personal lives (i. e. we are mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers, friends, etc), we now need to adopt the multifaceted approach to our livelihoods. We are competing with ever-increasing innovative technology, as well as our younger counterparts; it is absolutely essential that we don’t rest on our laurels. Whether your personal interests/hobbies can be…

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cover star rosie huntington- whiteley

RHW might well have the ultimate spring hair on this issue’s cover, but it’s also pretty perfect on her off-duty days. Perhaps that’s because Huntington-Whiteley, in both work and life, has a knack for knowing what suits her, and working the hell out of it. Style-wise, that means cropped skinny or straight-legged jeans (usually Paige) worn with an effortlessly tucked-in blouse or worn-in tee, a Céline bag and a pair of Aquazzura or Gianvito Rossi sandals. The model also boasts one of the most extensive and covetable collections of sunglasses in the known universe, including Oliver Peoples, Saint Laurent and classic Ray-Bans — all the better for dealing with the paparazzi at LAX, where she practically lives.PAMELA HANSON. STYLED BY KARLA CLARKE. HAIR BY GEORGE NORTHWOOD; MAKEUP BY FLORRIE WHITE…