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Vogue Living

May/June 2019

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 CarattiEDITOR editor@vogueliving.com.auCREATIVE DIRECTOR Natasha AllenDEPUTY EDITOR Verity MagdalinoSTYLE EDITOR Joseph GardnerCHIEF COPY EDITOR Bonnie VaughanSENIOR COPY EDITOR Virginia JenDESIGNER AliciaRidleyMARKET EDITOR Anna DelpratMELBOURNE EDITOR & FEATURES WRITER Annemarie KielyDIGITALDIGITAL EDITOR Yeong SassallCONTRIBUTORSCONTRIBUTING EDITORS Fiona McCarthy (London), Freya Herring, Jason Mowen, Lee TullochCONTRIBUTING COPY EDITOR Joanne GambaleIMAGES EmilyAndrews, HelenioBarbetta, PeterBennetts, RogerDavies, GianniFranchellucci, KasiaGatkowska, FrançoisHalard, NigelLough, Olivia Malone, Luis Ridao, Art Sanchez, Anson Smart, Monica Spezia, Norbert Tukaj, Saskia Wilson, Wichmann + Bendsten, Victoria ZschommlerWORDS JoanneGambale, SarahHarris, DanaTomic´Hughes, Ian Phillips, Stephen ToddINTERACTIVE EDITION PRODUCTION MANAGER Stuart McDowellDIGITAL ASSETS & RIGHTS MANAGER TrudyBiernat COMMERCIAL FINANCE MANAGER Tim EdwardsNATIONAL 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.NSW GROUP SALES MANAGER Cheyne…

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François HalardPHOTOGRAPHERShooting celebrities is all in a day’s work for Halard, a celebrity in his own right. The world-renowned photographer has most consistently been associated with Vogue and its sister titles, shooting supermodels from Christy Turlington to Laetitia Casta and some of the most spectacular interiors (homes of David Hockney and Cy Twombly) for more than 20 years. He studied at the École des Beaux-Arts and is known for a longtime collaboration with the late Condé Nast art director Alexander Liberman. Advertising campaigns have included Armani, Ralph Lauren, Burberry and Yves Saint Laurent, but his heart now belongs in architectural work. He once told journalist Alain Elkann: “I find being an old male fashion photographer to be pathetic. This is why I only portray historic houses today.” For this issue…

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take the tour

There’s nothing shy or retiring about British singer PALOMA FAITH’s style sensibility, and naturally her home is as ECLECTIC and RETRO-LEANING as her outfits. Instead of taking the usual pop star route and enlisting the help of an interior designer, however, Faith decorated the LONDON TOWNHOUSE she shares with her boyfriend, artist Leyman Lahcine, and their child all by herself. And her personality clearly shines through. For more celebrity house tours like this, visit VOGUELIVING.COM.AUVogue Living@voguelivingVogue Living@VogueLivingvogueliving.com.auTHIS HOUSE WAS FIRST PUBLISHED BY ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST AND ORIGINALLY WRITTEN BY JULIE VADNAL…

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editors letter

Rebecca Caratti, editor, Vogue Living (PHOTOGRAPHER: MICHAEL NAUMOFF. HAIR & MAKE-UP: CLAIRE THOMSON)For as long as I can remember, music has been a part of my life. I grew up with three brothers who were all in bands — they were always jamming in their room playing Metallica, Faith No More or Red Hot Chili Peppers. You could say that rock has been woven into the fabric of my life, and I wanted to celebrate its spirit in this issue of Vogue Living and to champion the rock stars of design — the creatives who push the boundaries and break the rules; who, as our Melbourne editor Annemarie Kiely puts in her epic analysis of the rebel’s impact on our culture (page 30): “In its widest contemporary, cultural register, ‘rock…

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in the making

Nau dining table and chairs; Serax tablewareFROM FINDING THE perfect piece to putting everything together just so, there’s an art to creating a beautiful home. But the process doesn’t have to be difficult. In fact, it’s hard to go wrong when you start at a place that offers a carefully curated collection of homewares and furniture that reflects contemporary Australian living. And this approach is exactly what you’ll find at David Jones.The department store has long been a go-to for quality design, and the latest additions to its stable of leading brands for the home reinforces its reputation for translating local and international trends and collating the best pieces in the one place.While David Jones has been discerning in its choice of brands, the diverse collection appeals to a wide…

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rebel yell

Long ago in 1950s America, when the postwar promise of peace was betrayed by Cold War tensions and Korean conflict, Apollo, the supremely handsome God of music and truth, alighted from his power-pantheon on Mount Olympus to rock the structures that no longer served.Assuming the guise of a man, one able to morph into endlessly strange creatures, he strapped on a 12-string guitar, slammed an eight-to-the-bar beat to Southern rhythm and blues, and unleashed one unholy chaos on the cosmos.Though purists moot the place and face most identified with this new sound, the resultant noise was rushed down to the riverbanks and baptised ‘rock’n’roll’ — a shortening of the African-American slang for sex that slyly slipped into mainstream speak.The first to burst through the blind wall of radio with riffs,…