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Vogue Living July/August 2019

Vogue Living tells stories that engage, fascinate and excite, weaving together a myriad of influences that inspire our lives, be it cultural trends, arts and architecture, a new secret find around the corner, a far flung destination, or a privileged glimpse into a private and compelling world. Interiors, spaces and places, here or there, come vividly to life through their inhabitants and the lens of the camera. Beauty is paramount.

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Rebecca Caratti EDITOR editor@vogueliving.com.au CREATIVE DIRECTOR Natasha Allen DEPUTY EDITOR Verity Magdalino STYLEE DITOR Joseph Gardner CHIEF COPY EDITOR Bonnie Vaughan SENIOR COPY EDITOR Virginia Jen DESIGNER Alicia Ridley MARKET EDITOR Anna Delprat MELBOURNE EDITOR & FEATURES WRITER Annemarie Kiely DIGITAL DIGITAL EDITOR Yeong Sassall CONTRIBUTORS CONTRIBUTING EDITORS Fiona McCarthy (London), Freya Herring, Jason Mowen, Lee Tulloch CONTRIBUTING DESIGNER Melissa Drennan IMAGES Lea Anouchinsky, Paul Barbera, Helenio Barbetta, Felix Forest, Douglas Friedman, Nathalie Krag, Nigel Lough, Mads Mogensen, Giorgia Panzera, Matteo Piazza, Valentina Sommariva, Monica Spezia, Juergen Teller, Victoria Zschommler WORDS Joanne Gambale, Alice Ida, Stephen Todd INTERACTIVE EDITION PRODUCTION MANAGER Stuart McDowell DIGITAL ASSETS & RIGHTS MANAGER Trudy Biernat COMMERCIAL FINANCE MANAGER Tim Edwards NATIONAL SALES AND STRATEGY DIRECTOR, STYLE Nicole Waudby (02) 8045 4661. HEAD OF BRAND STRATEGY, STYLE Merryn Dhami (02) 9288 1090. HEAD OF DIGITAL COMMERCIAL STRATEGY, STYLE Amanda Spackman (02) 8045 4658. NSW GROUP SALES…

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Paul Barbera PHOTOGRAPHER AND DIRECTOR This year marks Barbera’s decade-long association with Vogue Living’s Salone del Mobile coverage. “Working with VL gives you an all-access pass to the fair, but the size of the event is overwhelming,” he says. “The team does a great job delivering a highly curated story. The hardest part is editing 6000-plus images down to 60!” This Australian native has traversed the globe for editorial and advertising work, from Melbourne and Sydney to Singapore and Amsterdam, before settling in New York, where he is now based. His own passion project, Where They Create, has produced two acclaimed books. For his second book, “I got to travel around Japan and I spent a few hours in the studio of Tadao Ando,” Barbera says. His current work in progress is…

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take the tour

It’s one of our favourite retail/design gallery concepts (with outposts in Los Angeles and San Francisco), so we were thrilled to note CASA PERFECT’S arrival in NEW YORK CITY. Housed in a five-storey townhouse in the West Village, The Future Perfect’s first East Coast space features a magnificent wooden staircase designed by British architect DAVID CHIPPERFIELD. On display in this appointment-only space is the work of exciting designers, artists like this, visit VOGUELIVING.COM.AU “Casa is first and foremost about and makers. For more interiors inspiration the experience,” says The Future Perfect founder David Alhadeff. “The shopping comes second.” Vogue Living @vogueliving Vogue Living @VogueLiving vogueliving.com.au…

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editors letter

This issue’s celebration of Italy, family and design is a subject close to my heart. My grandparents emigrated to Australia from Italy in the 1950s — and I grew up with that hard-working migrant sensibility. I can honestly say that I’m where I am today because of what I’ve learnt about the bonds of family, which, as everyone knows, provides the foundation of Italian culture. When I arrived in Sydney from Perth as a fresh-faced and utterly naïve 21-year-old, I got my first job through a family connection — designer Carla Zampatti, my grandfather’s beloved cousin. Carla was not only instrumental in nurturing my love of fashion, which led to a career in publishing, but she also welcomed me into her home and took care of me the way Italian families…

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all in the family

La famiglia. It’s as much a part of brand Italia as pasta, Ferrari and Negroni. Italian clan names echo across the ages, from the embattled Renaissance nobility of Orsini, Cesarini and Medici to 20th-century royalty like Versace. Even Hollywood antiheroes like Vito Corleone and his rambunctious brood serve to reinforce the legendary stature of the family in Italian culture. Italy’s design industry is no different. While globally venerated for its rich history, ceaseless innovation and ongoing industrial vigour, its true X factor is family. It’s the roots of the genealogical trees that allow the new branches to flourish, at the same time anchoring an industry that still holds sway around the world today. By transmitting knowledge from one generation to the next, Italian brands mapped out modernism, charting a path from…

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the anatomy of a laundry

APPLIANCES FOR COMPLETE FABRIC CARE Fisher & Paykel laundry appliances feature multiple wash and dry cycles to take care of everything from doonas to delicates. Smart technology ensures less noise and optimal results. With a variety of styles, we have the right solution for every laundry. Transforming your laundry into a stylish, effcient hub of home organisation and cleanliness is easier than you think. All it takes is a little planning, some creative thinking and the right appliances. Follow these tips to learn to love your laundry again. IDENTIFY YOUR NEEDS How many weekly loads do you wash? How much drying and folding do you do? What about storage? Assess each of these needs, giving thought to how they may change as your family grows and your lifestyle changes. SPATIAL PLANNING If space is…