Vogue Living March/April 2020

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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Chris Colls PHOTOGRAPHER Australian born-and-raised Colls discovered the world of fashion through the pages of his mother’s magazine collection, and began his career as a portrait photographer in the regional town of Geelong, Victoria, at 16. He worked his way to Sydney and Melbourne to shoot fashion, “always dreaming to work in Europe and America”. His dream was realised when he relocated to New York City in 2012. Inspired by art and architecture in both his photography and directing work, this passion is also evident in his design-classic-laden SoHo loft in New York City, which Colls shares with partner, model/artist Alexandra Agoston. The fashionable couple offered Vogue Living a glimpse into their refined mid-century aesthetic (page 51). Contributing to publications such as British Vogue, Vogue Paris and W Magazine, has allowed the…

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take the tour

Swedish fashion label Acne Studios is traditionally known for its unique take on everyday clothes. Now, the brand has opened up its extraordinarily cool Stockholm headquarters with great aplomb. Located in the former Czechoslovakian Embassy, the office is unlike any standard workspace — there’s certainly no cookie-cutter cubicles here. Working with Johannes Norlander Arkitektur on the fit-out, the brand tapped artists and designers including Daniel Silver and Max Lamb to produce custom pieces for the interior, which was designed to echo the creative ambience of a high-end fashion school. For the full tour, visit VOGUELIVING.COM.AU Vogue Living @vogueliving Vogue Living @VogueLiving…

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how to help those affected by australia’s bushfires

NSW RURAL FIRE SERVICE rfs.nsw.gov.au/volunteer/support-your-local-brigade COUNTRY FIRE ASSOCIATION VICTORIA cfa.vic.gov.au/about/supporting-cfa#donate-cfa ROYAL FIRE BRIGADES ASSOCIATION QUEENSLAND fbaq.org/donate-to-rfbaq SOUTH AUSTRALIAN COUNTRY FIRE SERVICE cfsfoundation.org.au/donate WIRES NSW WILDLIFE RESCUE wires.org.au/donate/emergency-fund WILDLIFE VICTORIA wildlifevictoria.org.au WORLD WILDLIFE FUND donate.wwf.org.au AUSTRALIAN RED CROSS redcross.org.au/campaigns/disaster-relief-and-recovery-donate THE SALVATION ARMY salvationarmy.org.au VINNIES donate.vinnies.org.au/appeals-nsw/vinnies-nsw-bushfire-appeal-nsw GIVIT givit.org.au FOODBANK foodbank.org.au FOUNDATION FOR RURAL & REGIONAL RENEWAL frrr.org.au ARCHITECTS ASSIST architectsassist.com.au DESIGN DONATED designdonated.com…

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bringing it home

Showy or sombre, practical or crazy, fashion designers are crossing the line from clothes to interior design. Dolce & Gabbana’s madcap Smeg kitchen appliances patterned with Sicilian motifs, Gucci’s outpouring of objects from creative director Alessandro Michele and Kenzo Takada’s new luxury home and lifestyle collection are just part of a growing story: in a world where conscientious shoppers are thinking about the wastefulness of ever-changing fashion, home is where the heart — and the art — is. In Italy, enthusiasm has grown for the Salone del Mobile in Milan as the design world’s most sophisticated annual showcase. Yet this is a trend that has developed over half a century, not just a millennial moment when a new generation takes over. Fashion creators have embraced the art of fine living since at…

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statement pieces


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