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Vogue Living September/October 2018

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.

Country:
Australia
Language:
English
Publisher:
News Life Media Pty Limited
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contri b utors

Dana Tomić HughesDESIGN WRITERAn interior architect by training, Tomić Hughes says that she became an editor, design writer and digital publisher by accident. “Having worked in the industry across a variety of amazing projects for more than a decade,” she says, “I started [my website] Yellowtrace eight years ago in my spare time so I could share my ongoing research, knowledge and passion for design.” Tomić Hughes’s inaugural column for Vogue Living this issue talks about the female retail zone (page 84). “I loved reflecting on how women are changing the world of design,” she says, “and how our evolving sensibility is giving rise to a new definition of the ‘feminine aesthetic’.” While she’s a Sydneysider, she admits a huge part of her heart still belongs to Yugoslavia — the…

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ed itor’s letter

(PHOTOGRAPHER: MICHAEL NAUMOFF. HAIR & MAKE-UP: CLAIRE THOMSON)Welcome to the reimagined and redesigned September/October issue of Vogue Living. The team has been working tirelessly on our new look-and-feel over the past few months and I’m excited to finally share this issue with you.I stepped into the editor’s role at Vogue Living not long after having my first baby — so I’ve come to the job with a renewed appreciation of the challenges that women face when forging their careers, as well as a new sense of just how driven and resilient we can be.So this issue is a celebration of women, our creativity and our excellence. On page 114 we share a portfolio of women who make up the world’s most visionary design talent — including interiors matriarch Rossana Orlandi,…

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take the tour

The renovation of this family home — a former hunting lodge nestled in the SANTA MONICA hills — was executed by design firm NICKEY KEHOE under the strictest of deadlines: the impending arrival of a baby. The final result was a splendidly WARM AND TACTILE home, filled with WHIMSICAL PIECES that blend English farmhouse style with coastal California accents. For more inspiring house tours, like the homes of model Cara Delevingne and Kim Kardashian’s stylist, head to VOGUELIVING.COM.AU.Vogue Living@voguelivingVogue Living@VogueLivingvogueliving.com.au ■…

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flora essence

FROM LEFT Made by Hand Petite Machine table lamp, $1180, from Fred International; Minima Tavolo table lamp, $3095, from Viabizzuno; Brokis Muffins 04 floor lamp, $3920, from Spence & Lyda; Tom Dixon Melt Surface light, $1155, from Dedece; Foscarini Buds 3 table lamp by Rodolfo Dordoni, $1275, from Space; NH 1217 light, $406, from Artemide Australia; Laguna table lamp, $772.46, from Artemide Australia; Flos Gatto table lamp, $955, from Living Edge; Shogun lamp, $1179, from Artemide Australia; Valerie Objects Val standing lamp, $2810, from Spence & Lyda.SHOT ON LOCATION AT THE ROYAL BOTANIC GARDEN, SYDNEY ■…

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screen siren

Shot on location at Wylie’s Baths in Sydney.The chief function of the folding panel screen was once entirely practical. Dating back some 2400 years to ancient China, gaining traction in Japan and embraced in Europe throughout the centuries that followed, they were highly ornate objects employed to divide rooms, create discreet dressing areas, and provide structure to any large, open space. (Coco Chanel was a huge fan.)Fast forward to 2018, and Gucci Décor has reignited a passion for room dividers that’s lain dormant for decades. With colourful, playful jacquard prints inspired by the ready-to-wear collection — think pineapples, octupus and jellyfish, tropical flowers and bees — Gucci’s panel screens are like portable artworks that double as accent pieces. You can use them to change the mood, break up a room,…

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ele g ant purs u its

FROM LEFT folding screen made by Anthony Kennedy Upholstery upholstered in Lelievre Maquis fabric in Agave, enquiries to South Pacific Fabrics. Moroso Paper Planes armchair by Doshi Levien, from $7221, from Hub Furniture. Gebrüder Thonet Vienna GmbH Arch coffee table by Front, $1835, from Space Furniture. Circle tray, $395, from Dinosaur Designs. Gebrüder Thonet Vienna GmbH Targa sofa by GamFratesi, $10,380, from Space Furniture. Sancal Bang! cushion by Elena Castaño-López, $269, from Ke-Zu. Fine-knotted silk rug, POA, from Robyn Cosgrove. Gervasoni Brass 95 pendant light by Paola Navone, $1115, from Anibou. Fold side table, $1640, from Eugenie Kawabata. Gubi Beetle teal lounge chair by GamFratesi, $2842, from Cult. Turkish fine-knotted vegetable-dyed wool rug, $14,500, from Robyn Cosgrove. Céline Mini Belt bag in Pop Red, $2795, from Parlour X. Bethan Gray…

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