Vogue Australia

Vogue Australia June 2019

Vogue Australia epitomises the finest in fashion, design and journalism. It enlightens, entertains and inspires by focusing on its position as the authoritative voice in Australian fashion. Vogue Australia combines a modern mix of glamour, style and intelligence presenting the ultimate in fashion, beauty, health, and the arts.

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editor’s letter

At Vogue, we’re privileged enough to travel all over the world to photograph our exclusive covers – whether it’s the French countryside for Emma Watson, New York to shoot Lily-Rose Depp on a fire escape, or London for Rihanna, as was the case for last month’s issue. But occasionally, thanks to a little scheduling magic and luck, some of the world’s biggest celebrities touch down on our shores for a change. Such was the case when Kendall Jenner recently flew to Australia for a whirlwind 24 hours as part of her new campaign with Tiffany & Co. In that short time frame, and showing no signs of jet lag, the American model managed to pose for this month’s cover story, plus attend the opening (and after-party) of the brand’s new flagship…

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teenage dream

Kendall Jenner has always been a force to be reckoned with, and this fact became glaringly obvious when she descended upon Sydney in 2012 to shoot with US-based Australian photographer Russell James for her first major fashion cover, the digital-only edition of Miss Vogue. A lot has changed since said shoot, now understandably ingrained in the 23-year-old’s memory. This month, we come full circle and celebrate Jenner’s steady rise to supermodel status as she returns to Sydney to cover the June 2019 issue of Vogue Australia. “It’s been an incredible evolution,” says James, whom Jenner has fondly described as her “fashion dad”. “She is able to be a chameleon now,” adds the photographer.…

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tales to tell

I was born one winter night in Montreal, Canada. My father was stationed with the Air Force on the Atlantic coast. My mother was alone and frightened in a strange city as she endured the hours before I appeared. Her life had been difficult and would continue to be, but her love of reading never wavered; perhaps she had a book for company. I hope so. I grew up among books, an early, omnivorous reader. A singular lack of parental oversight meant that I read many books I shouldn’t have. I understood that I must excel at school, and I was able to. There would have been consequences otherwise, but I was at ease with words, understood my lessons and wrote whatever I was asked. I wrote a short story for school when…

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JEN ATKIN For Kendall Jenner’s second Vogue Australia cover, celebrity hairstylist Jen Atkin joined the model for a whirlwind 24 hours in Sydney. No stranger to working alongside the 23-year-old juggernaut, the founder of Ouai Haircare shares: “Kendall is very aware of what does and doesn’t work on her, so it’s always a fun collaborative effort when we’re planning out hair and make-up looks.” For Atkin, the funniest moment on set was “watching Kendall get thrown in and out of latex all day!” NATASHA INCHLEY In her essay ‘Red dawn’, on page 72, Natasha Inchley, the Sydney-based founder of ModaFamilia. com, delved into the history of French maison Van Cleef & Arpels. Travelling to Bangkok, Inchley attended the unveiling of a new Van Cleef & Arpels collection and was treated to tea with…

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vogue view point

RAW POWER The true fashion aficionado nerds out over inseams, breaks and vents, but most of the time details like these go unnoticed. Not so in Rick Owens’s deconstructed blazer, which puts it all – raw edges, stitching – proudly on show. EARNED STRIPES Balenciaga put shoulders firmly on the agenda seasons ago and the house continues to show us how it’s done, spinning classics like the pinstripe. Try a pagoda silhouette that defines a streamlined shape. LEAN IN Volume is one way to go, but at the other end attenuated lines and clean shapes feel especially of-the-moment. Start with a timeless black blazer then add super-lean leggings as the new two-piece. BREAK IT DOWN Those who think outside the usual tailor’s chalk marks come up trumps, as seen in Dion Lee’s peony pink, building-block approach to…

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open season

FOR THE FRILL OF IT Foppish wilting frills these are not. The new ruffles have muscle as they wend around the body, as in Ellery’s sculptural peplum, or cascade tier-cake-like into a high-drama Valentino dress. The point is not to be sweet but harness a pinch of dance-hall elegance and amped-up, not washed out, femininity. Look to Delpozo for a demi-couture take, or Solace’s souped-up version of a mini-dress that uses ruffles to dial up a sense of occasion. Note, though: these have no limits when it comes to when to wear them. Day to post-dusk, they’ll prop up any wardrobe. INVEST IN: a holistic embrace of the trend, like a LBD that’s all layers. DOUBLE DOWN Styling tricks that sweep in with a kind of game-changing freshness are few and far between in…