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Vogue Living January - February 2017

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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2 min.
contributors

Natasha Allen It’s no surprise that Vogue Living’s new creative director pursued an artful career. Her grandfather, Arthur Hudson, was an award-winning Australian art director in the magazine industry in the 1950s and ’60s. “I grew up idolising what he did,” she says. For this issue, Allen enjoyed returning to Melbourne, where she was born, to oversee the photo shoots for the ‘New Creatives 2017’ feature (page 75) and Lexus Design Pavilion for Derby Day (page 182). “This job gives me the opportunity to work with some of the industry’s best creative talent,” she says. “I wake up every day and feel so fortunate.” Jane Lambert Having studied fashion and textile design, the Sydney-based milliner who custom-made hats for ‘Shore Thing’ (page 44) dabbled in design and illustration before she settled on a…

1 min.
online

Vogue LIVING.COM.AU Designer digs See inside interior designer Gillian Khaw’s light-filled Sydney apartment. VOGUE LIVING.COM.AU/INTERIORS LAKESIDE Take a tour of Il Sereno, the Patricia Urquiola-designed hotel on Lake Como, Italy, complete with custom designer furnishings and spectacular lake views. VOGUELIVING.COM.AU/TRAVEL In store French fashion house Céline has opened its first Australian store in Melbourne’s Chadstone with interiors to adore. VOGUELIVING.COM.AU /DESIGN Céline ‘Dot’ brass and natural stone earrings, $890, celine.com. The Milan flagship store (above). Céline ‘Tri-Fold’ bag in Citrus, $3850, and boxy twist slingbacks, $1350, celine.com. BEAUTIFUL GIFTS TO START THE NEW YEAR Tiffany & Co. sapphire and diamond Schlumberger ‘Morning Glory’ necklace in 18k yellow gold, and diamonds, sapphires and South Sea black pearl ‘2016 Masterpieces Collection’ ring, both POA; tiffany.com.au. VOGUELIVING.COM.AU/DESIGN Keep your cool Swimming pool inspiration to refresh you through summer. VOGUELIVING.COM.AU/DESIGN DIGITAL EDITION GET BONUS CONTENT IN VOGUE LIVING’S NEW INTERACTIVE DIGITAL…

2 min.
editor’s letter

“As a callow twentysomething publicist I once lunched with Japanese fashion icon Rei Kawakubo. Dressed in her signature black and reserved to the point of shyness, she spoke quietly and economically through an interpreter. It was the 1980s and the fluid asymmetry of Kawakubo’s influential Comme des Garçons label represented the antithesis of the decade’s power dressing and hedonistic excess. It was exciting to see the aesthetic swathe that Kawakubo and her then partner, Yohji Yamamoto, were cutting through the fashion world. It was a look I craved and I still wince when I think of the pounding my oversize Comme des Garçons suits gave my poor, under-nourished credit cards. Strange, then, that I waited several decades to visit the source, decades in which the Japanese impact on design — from…

1 min.
in vogue edit

INVEST: Bling Bling Dynasty, a new limited-edition collection of furniture and desk objects by Adelaide’s Daniel Emma, explores the duo’s many Asian influences. daniel-emma.com MEET: Tom Fereday The Sydney-based designer has created SP01 Outdoor, a furniture collection for new Australian brand SP01. “SP01 Outdoor is Italianmade, designed for Australia. The differences between Australian and Italian manufacture are fascinating. In Italy there’s an incredible tension between handcrafted and automated, which strongly influenced inflflflflflfluenced the collection. My aesthetic is honest and often minimal. I’m obsessed with visiting manufacturers and seeing how products are made. In 2017 I’m looking forward to exhibiting at the Stockholm Furniture Fair for the fifirst time.” SP01design.com WATCH: Dries, a new documentary on Belgian designer Dries Van Noten, which follows the 2016 release of his limited-edition books and these hand-painted plates by Gill Button.…

2 min.
tales of japan

2 min.
shore thing

STYLING ASSISTANTS: ANNA DELPRAT, SERGIO VELOSO (SERGIO VELOSO DESIGN STUDIO). MODELS: ALYCE CRAWFORD AND ELLA ROBERTS FROM SCOOP MANAGEMENT…