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Vogue Living January/February 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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Rebecca Caratti EDITOR editor@vogueliving.com.au CREATIVE DIRECTOR Natasha Allen DEPUTY EDITOR Verity Magdalino STYLE EDITOR Joseph Gardner ACTING CHIEF COPY EDITOR Virginia Jen DESIGNER Alicia Ridley MARKET EDITOR Anna Delprat MELBOURNE EDITOR & FEATURES WRITER Annemarie Kiely DIGITAL ACTING DIGITAL EDITOR Francesca Wallace CONTRIBUTORS CONTRIBUTING EDITORS Fiona McCarthy (London), Freya Herring, Jason Mowen, Lee Tulloch CONTRIBUTING COPY EDITORS Kate Barber, Kasey Clark IMAGES William Abranowicz, Helenio Barbetta, Christophe Coënon, Francois Dischinger, Tom Ferguson, Felix Forest, Charlotte Hess, Elise Hassey, Shannon McGrath, James Merrell, Martin Morrell, Justin Ridler, Ambroise Tézenas, Taran Wilkhu, Victoria Zschommler WORDS Kurt G Stapelfeldt, 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. BRAND SALES…

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William Abranowicz PHOTOGRAPHER The illustrious photographer captured Tommy Hilfiger’s exuberant beachside home in Miami exclusively for Vogue Living this issue (page 88). Stepping behind the lens since his teens, Abranowicz started his career after trusting his instincts and leaving an economics degree for art school and photography. “Through my work I have engaged with the world of books and magazines, photographing a wide range of topics in design, travel and social issues,” he says. Based in Bedford, NY, Abranowicz is constantly inspired by the changing nature of his job — “every day is a new one and you get to do the whole thing over and over and over. I love that.” His fifth monograph, This Far No Further, Photographs Inspired by the Voting Rights Movement, will by published in 2020. @wabranowicz…

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take the tour

An artful new breed of BOUTIQUE HOTELS is sweeping across BALI, breathing fresh energy into the much-loved Indonesian hotspot. Legendary architect Rem Koolhaas’s latest project, a hotel at the DESA POTATO HEAD complex in Seminyak, features pieces from designers Max Lamb and Faye Toogood. Also new is an art-filled private VILLA on Nusa Lembongan from Mandala, and a grandiose resort from Kempinski bringing glamour to Nusa Dua. For a round-up of the latest designer hotels in Bali worth booking a stay in, visit VOGUELIVING.COM.AU Vogue Living @vogueliving Vogue Living @VogueLiving vogueliving.com.au…

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editor’s letter

I recently had the pleasure of meeting our cover stars Tommy Hilfiger and Dee Ocleppo Hilfiger at a cocktail event aboard a fabulous yacht cruising Sydney Harbour. The couple were charming and playful as we relaxed in the sunshine, with the eventual sunset serving as a fitting backdrop to a wonderful afternoon. It was a brilliant way to start the summer festive season. Mr and Mrs Hilfiger kindly invited Vogue Living into their incredible art-filled, modernist mansion (page 88) in Miami, and it’s a cover home that embodies the spirit of this special holiday issue with its celebration of bright summer style, impeccable design and awe-inspiring art. Back on Australian shores, our rich and diverse design landscape continues to inspire and VL has once again partnered with Alessi for the prestigious Alessi…

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art and soul

What role does art play in the home? It plays no role unless you assign it one: to memorialise a face or a place, to semaphore success, to offset tax or a damask-covered couch, to console for the endless pressure to acquire, to politicise, to exhilarate, to amuse, to agitate, to reflect, to ruminate, to beautify… Or to serve as a reminder of that over-hyped exhibition where the pinot flowed, the bravura peaked, all reason departed and you purchased a caustically titled bucket and mop and became the patron saint of conceptualism. That is, until a catalogue entry made the work’s intent clear: to clean all idiot art out of contemporary culture. Ah, the gravity of levity when the joke is on you. But hey, Marcel Duchamp changed the entire discourse…

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