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Vogue Living July - August 2015

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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1 min.
contributors

Steven Chee A photographer for over a decade, Sydney-based Melburnian Steven Chee shot Yaya Deng modelling print fabrics for ‘Tribal Rhythms’ (page 41). Chee, who says he’s inspired by “getting up every day and calling my hobby a job”, relished this opportunity to combine his fashion and beauty work with his passion for interiors. “I loved working with the fabrics in a structural sense,” he says. “David [Novak-Piper, stylist] did a great job wrangling the materials.” Karen McCartney Belfast-born, Sydney-based editorial director, author and curator Karen McCartney loved whizzing around New York in yellow taxis for the profile on Lindsey Adelman (page 90) and our feature on the NYC x Design festival (page 95). McCartney is also curating the Superhouse exhibition at the Museum of Sydney (featured on page 108). She says, “I…

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vogueliving.com.au

HOUSE TOURS Step inside the most extraordinary and inspiring homes from around Australia and all over the world. VOGUELIVING.COM.AU/INTERIORS PINS OF THE WEEK SEE THE MOST BEAUTIFUL IMAGES FROM VOGUE LIVING’S PINTEREST BOARDS. Hot hotels STAY UP-TO-DATE WITH THE LATEST LUXURY HOTEL OPENINGS AND REFURBISHMENTS IN THE WORLD’S MOST DESIRABLE LOCATIONS. VOGUELIVING.COM.AU/TRAVEL BLUE AND GREEN SHOULD BE SEEN FEELING INSPIRED BY THE MOROCCAN HOME ON PAGE 130 OF THIS ISSUE? GO ONLINE FOR A TREND GALLERY OF ALL THE FURNITURE AND HOMEWARES YOU NEED TO RECREATE THE LOOK IN YOUR OWN HOME. VOGUELIVING.COM.AU/INTERIORS VL loves Members of the Vogue Living team share the products they’re coveting most right now, like this divine velour ‘Circus’ pouf from Normann Copenhagen. VOGUELIVING.COM.AU/DESIGN GO BEHIND THE SCENES ON OUR EXCLUSIVE SHOOT WITH KELLY WEARSTLER AT HER HOME IN MALIBU BEACH AND FIND OUT WHAT SHE’S LOOKING FORWARD TO…

2 min.
editor’s letter

Each Milan Design Week I have attended is tagged in my memory. There was the ‘cloud year’ (2007), when designer Tokujin Yoshioka created a three-dimensional cloudscape for Italian manufacturer Moroso from more than three million plastic straws. There was the ‘stranded year’ (2010), when the unpronounceable volcano erupted in Iceland and brought Europe to a halt. This year will be ‘lighting year’, with my enduring memories being brass and etched-glass lights by Apparatus — both industrial and refined — at the studio’s pop-up showroom in Milan’s 5 Vie district; and fellow New Yorker Lindsey Adelman’s ethereal ‘Cherry Bomb’ lights at the Nilufar Depot. Frenetic schedules prevented Vogue Living’s creative director Jack Milenkovic and me from meeting Adelman in Milan, yet just a few weeks later, writer and author Karen McCartney…

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colonial splendour

1 min.
tribal rhythms

STYLING ASSISTANTS: KELLY STEELE, FRANCESCA HAMMOND. MAKE-UP: NICOLE THOMPSON FOR M.A.C COSMETICS. MAKE-UP ASSISTANT: CAT SMIT. MODEL: YAYA DENG…

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lady of the house

Wherever my imagination finds itself, that’s where my room begins,” says a passionate Anouska Hempel. This is how she marries purity of line, scale and symmetry with a fabulous flair for the dramatic, often informed by her love of the East, particularly the people, places and cultures along the old Silk Route. Self-taught and extraordinarily driven, the interior designer is, at 74, busier than ever, almost impossible to pin down between flights to New York and LA, or escapes to her home in the British countryside or aboard her Turkish gulet (a traditional wooden yacht). Her only limits are time and her imagination. “My own mind keeps me going; the hardest part is always deciding what I’m going to do next,” she says with a laugh. Hempel — or Lady Weinberg as…