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Marie Claire Australia

Marie Claire Australia June 2019

Marie claire’s unique editorial mix delivers you an entertaining, exciting and intelligent read every month with the perfect balance of substance and style. From the latest fashion and beauty to lifestyle and food, be informed and inspired each month by Australia’s No. 1 fashion magazine.

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In deze editie

3 min.
editor’s letter

Recently, I was flicking through past issues of marie claire, which was like discovering a time capsule filled with nostalgic treasures. There were stories on a “terrifying” new face-freezing injectable called botox, a five-page feature on the Ange-Brad-Jen love triangle, and a tiny piece on a little-known singer called Lady Gaga. Then I came across a far-reaching survey we conducted exactly 10 years ago that asked 5000 women what they really wanted in all areas of their working lives. On the surface, it didn’t seem like much had changed, but then it struck me: the results seemed overridingly negative. Most of you were unhappy at work and with your chosen careers, more than 80 per cent said there was a silent battle raging between working and stay-at-home mums, and life…

1 min.
marie claire australia

Nicky Briger EDITOR Deputy editor MELISSA GAUDRON Managing editor LULU DOUGHERTY ART & PHOTOS Creative director ALICIA MOODLEY Deputy art director, print & digital DANIELLE TAYLOR Photo editors ROBYN FAY-PERKINS, JEMMA WAUD FASHION Fashion director JANA POKORNY Senior fashion editor CHLOE BUTTENSHAW Market editor MONICA RUSSELL Fashion office coordinator ELLA BLINCO JURY BEAUTY Beauty director SALLY HUNWICK FEATURE Features director SARAH GRANT Features editor KATHRYN MADDEN Deputy features editor ALLEY PASCOE Copy director DANIEL MOORE DIGITAL Digital content manager HANNAH CRAWLEY Assistant digital content manager ISABELLE TRUMAN Senior digital fashion editor FRANCESCA WALLACE Senior digital beauty & lifestyle editor ARIELLE TSOUKATOS Digital news & entertainment editor GRACE BACK CONTRIBUTORS Lifestyle editor ANNA MCCOOE Wellness editor LUCY E COUSINS Fashion writer DAMIAN WOOLNOUGH ADVERTISING Brand solutions director CLARISSA WILSON (02) 9394 2647 Brand solutions manager SIMONE DONOVAN (02) 9394 2348 Brand solutions coordinator CALVIN SIMPSON (02) 9394 2938 Print operations coordinator SAM MAGUIRE (02) 9394 2349 Vic sales director FRAN VAVALLO (03) 8636 7526 Qld sales…

2 min.
the lust list

1 GLAMOUR GOALS Paired with feathers and pearls, the watch becomes an evening appropriate extra. 2 NEUTRAL TERRITORY A classic analogue timepiece instantly elevates weekend or workwear. 3 GAME TIME Step up your activewear with a cool, contemporary watch, whether sporty by design or in functionality, too. PHOTOGRAPHY BY MICHAEL BRUNT. STYLED BY MONICA RUSSELL. HAIR BY RORY RICE USING ORIBE. MAKE-UP BY JASMIN LO USING CHARLOTTE TILBURY. MODEL: JOSEPHINE/CHIC.…

2 min.
all that glitters

In an era of quick-click purchases made from the comfort of your couch, a bricks-and-mortar boutique needs to offer something unique – even magical. Such was the premise of Tiffany & Co.’s new flagship store in Sydney, a high-glamour haven in the centre of the CBD. “With jewellery, there’s an emotional connection, so our physical stores are very important,” says Tiffany & Co. CEO Alessandro Bogliolo, who touched down from New York to unveil the new retail destination (Kendall Jenner came, too). Step inside and you’re greeted by soaring ceilings, swathes of amazonite stone (masterfully chosen for its Tiffany blue hue), and gilded cabinets displaying all manner of jewels. The bottom floor features the brand’s most iconic designs – and even a try-on styling suite – while upstairs the main salon…

1 min.
the edit

GREEN WITH ENVY Twelve plastic bottles were used in the making of this Ralph Lauren polo, a reimagined classic that proves you can be preppy and planet-friendly. Chilly days just got a whole lot more appealing: Wolfgang Scout’s woollen wonders are Australian made, responsibly dyed and available in heavenly hues, like this delicious dandelion yellow. STATUS SYMBOL Here’s a subtle take on logo-mania – Givenchy’s new Mystic bag features a half-hidden lock that closes to form the house’s signature double G. THE LUXURY OF TIME Back in the 19th century, it was women who pioneered wearing watches on the wrist, so it makes sense that today’s ladies’ watches remain ahead of the curve. Case in point: Tudor’s iconic Clair de Rose in high-shine steel (optional extra: a diamond-set dial). LEATHER LUST-HAVE GEEK CHIC Increasingly, tech titans are serving up…

1 min.
pearl ardour

Pearls tend to fall into one of two polarised categories: your grandma’s straight-laced, stuffy strands or costumey trend pieces that come and go with the seasons. Jewellery brand Kailis, purveyor of pearls for more than 40 years, is forging a happy medium. The label has its roots in the crystalline blue waters off the north coast of Western Australia. In 1977, genetic researcher Dr Patricia Kailis sold her car to set up a pearl farming business, opening Broome’s first pearl jewellery store with her husband the following year. “MOST OF KAILIS’ PIECES HAVE A CONTEMPORARY ART DECO FEEL”– Julian Power, head of design and production Fast-forward to now and each Kailis piece is studded with exquisite oceanic gems (predominantly hand-selected Australian South Sea pearls), but design inspiration extends beyond nature. “Most of our…