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Editor’s Letter

KELLIE HUSH
editor-in-chief

ARE YOU
FOLLOWING US?

ast year, my youngest daughter went to a Friday night soccer game in


Sydney to watch her hero,2018Young Australian of theYear Samantha
Kerr. She came home buzzing with Kerr’s autograph and a coveted
snapshot of herself next to the star striker.When I told Lola, now nine,
that BAZAAR had photographed Sam in Chicago — where she’s
currently based playing for the Red Stars — for this month’s Visionary
old me she wants to be just like Sam when she grows up.
rdinary story. Little girls all over the world have heroes they want to
grow up to be like. However, it made me feel very proud of the stories my team at BAZAAR
work hard to find and share with you each month. Stories about dynamic, focused, selfless,
ambitious and successful women. I strongly believe it’s important that we continue to recog-
nise and celebrate women who are doing incredible things, making an impact big and small,
because, like Sam, they will no doubt inspire generations of young women to come.
This year, you may have noticed we have relaunched our annual Fabulous at Every Age
portfolio asVisionary Women, because that’s what I truly believe these women are: visionaries.
I also think BAZAAR has moved beyond classifying women by their age. This year we also
asked other inspiring women (and two men) to interview and write the profiles of our port-
folio stars, which has given more insight into the
lives and success of these amazing women. As
Tracey Spicer in
Jacinta Tynan writes about her friend the journalist “Visionary Women”,
and women’s advocate Tracey Spicer, “For all her page 79.
tough-girl exterior, Tracey is someone who cares
deeply about others and what they think. She loves
large and gives generously. She’s as gentle as she is
tough.I’ve seen her wounded more than once when
the sentiment is not reciprocated. She’s a woman’s
woman, who lifts up others in a bitch-free zone,
fuelled at the heart of it all by an all-consuming
abhorrence of injustice. Of any kind.”
I hope you find as much inspiration reading this
HUGH STEWART; EDITOR’S PORTRAIT: STEVEN CHEE. KELLIE HUSH

portfolio as I did.
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PS I want to thank Estée Lauder for being our 2018


Visionary Women partner. Together this month we
will celebrate the accomplished Australian women in
this issue with an intimate dinner. Follow us on
Instagram (@BAZAARAustralia) for a sneak peek,
or visit harpersbazaar.com.au.

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Contents

94
79 Fashion & Features
79 VISIONARY WOMEN
A portfolio of bold changemakers.
Photographed by HUGH STEWART,
JEAN CLAUDE DHIEN By JENNA CLARKE,
KIRSTIE CLEMENTS, ALISON KUBLER,
BENJAMIN LAW, SARAH OAKES,
TARA RUSHTON, MICHAEL RUSSO,
GEORGINA SAFE, JACINTA TYNAN
94 LA CONFIDENTIAL
Lara Worthington’s loving life in Los Angeles.
Photographed by DARREN McDONALD
Interview by PHOEBE TONKIN
DARREN McDONALD; HUGH STEWART. STYLED BY CAROLINE TRAN. NATHALIE KELLEY WEARS
DION LEE TOP, $790, AND SKIRT, $990. PRICES APPROXIMATE. SEE BUYLINES FOR STOCKISTS
110 EVERYDAY, ELEVATED
The wearable wardrobe redefined.
Photographed by HANNAH SCOTT-STEVENSON
120 THE UGLY TRUTH
What’s behind fashion’s current thing for fugly?
By JAMIE HUCKBODY

Beauty & Health


126 BREAKING THE RULES
Because safe makeup is overrated.
128 THE EDIT
Genius products worthy of visionary women.
132 THE BOLD & THE BEAUTIFUL
Meet the industry players changing the game.
137 THE HUNGER GAME
A new diet promises to turn off peckishness.
138 PERFORMANCE REVIEW
Is the new-gen activewear fit for purpose?
140 CULTURE CLUB
A Shanghai spa nurtures the mind as well as the body.

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Contents

The A-list
3
32 COVER LOOK Lara Worthington.
34 THE LIST It’s time to flaunt those logos.
35 WISH LIST Artist Petra Collins.
37 WAIT LIST Burberry’s ultra-luxe everyday bag.
38 KARLIE KLOSS’S PERFECT DAY Model moments.

Viewpoint
43 THE YEAR THAT CHANGED MY LIFE
Canva founder Melanie Perkins reflects.
44 SUPPORT ACT
When your partner has depression.

Style
48 THE HIT LIST
Oracle Fox founder Amanda Shadforth.
49 TRENDING NOW
Showgoers turn on the neon brights.

110
50 IMMATERIAL GIRLS
BAZAAR meets the virtual influencers.

The Bazaar
55 THE LUXURY OF TIME
Fine watches given jewellery status.
60 THE TRENDSETTERS: QUEEN ELIZABETH
The monarch inspired Richard Quinn.
61 AMAL CLOONEY
The human rights lawyer inspired Giambattista Valli.
62 FRANÇOISE HARDY
The chanteuse inspired Paco Rabanne.
63 GRACE JONES
The musician inspired Valentino.

The Buzz
66 50 YEARS YOUNG
Celebrating a half-century of Alhambra jewels.
70 TREND REPORT
The A/W 2018 season distilled.

Culture
144 DANCING QUEEN
Cher on her career and the Mamma Mia! sequel.
146 A VISUAL FEAST
COS and designer homewares at Milan design week.
150 BAZAAR DIARY
Your cultural calendar for the month.

Fashionable Life
159 MY LIFE, MY STYLE
Regulars Sarah & Sebastian’s Sarah Gittoes in Coogee.
HANNAH SCOTT-STEVENSON

18 EDITOR’S LETTER
24 MASTHEAD
26 CONTRIBUTORS Escape
28 ONLINE & INBOX 165 THE BIG EASY
52 & 164 SUBSCRIPTIONS Surfing meets swank at Nihi Sumba, Indonesia.
174 HOROSCOPES
170 POWDER PLAYERS
175 BUYLINES & Ski-season perfection in Park City, Utah.
PRIVACY NOTICE
176 LAST WORD
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K E L L I E H U S H Editor-in-Chief

Creative Director HUW REYNOLDS


Deputy Editor/Beauty & Features Director EUGENIE KELLY
Fashion Director NAOMI SMITH

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Contributors

JACINTA TYNAN KIRSTIE


Last October, journalist and CLEMENTS
women’s advocate Tracey Spicer The former Vogue editor and
put a call-out on Twitter current director and CCO
inviting women to privately of online lingerie/bedroom
share their #MeToo accessories e-tailer Porte à Vie
experiences.An overwhelming interviews the tenacious actor
1600+ women contacted her, and one-to-watch Nathalie
and Spicer has been Kelley for the “Visionary
investigating their stories ever BENJAMIN LAW Women” portfolio on page 80.
since, leading to allegations of In this issue’s “Visionary Luck aside, the qualities that
harassment by powerful men in Women” portfolio, the Good increase the chances of an actor TARA RUSHTON
the entertainment industry. Weekend columnist and creator making it in Hollywood are … “Sam [Kerr] is a star. People
In this month’s portfolio, Sky of TV show The Family Law “a good agent, probably”. are drawn not only to the
News presenter, Sunday Life pays homage to his equally Right now, I admire women who spark she adds to a contest, but
magazine columnist and talented sister Michelle, the … “are getting out there and also to the way she competes,
meditation advocate Jacinta co-creator and co-writer of starting their own businesses, the passion she has for the
Tynan shares a personal account SBS On Demand’s Homecoming who are not playing by the game and the way she handles
of her longtime friend’s strength Queens and writer of Single previously established ‘rules’. herself both on and off the
and perseverance on page 82. Asian Female (see page 86). We really need to question pitch,” says the Fox Sports
I’m inspired by women who … “Our family is batshit insane. the traditional corporate presenter and football tragic,
“overcome adversity, finding It takes two people to process it space and how we as women who muses on the most
the courage to step outside and try to make sense of it all,” can create a more fair, captivating personality
their comfort zones and affect Law says of his clan’s creative functional and emotionally in Australian women’s soccer
other people’s lives for the streak.The pair has previously intelligent workplace.” right now on page 84.
better.Women like Jessica collaborated on the book Sh*t he last thing I watched that “She is incredibly humble,
Brown, founder of the Asian Mothers Say and he hopes inspired me was … approachable, warm and kind.
Sister2Sister mentor program to do so again soon.“Bringing “The Handmaid’s Tale. It’s so … A stellar athlete and, more
for at-risk teenage girls. Jess down the patriarchy and white chilling, and perfectly fitting importantly, a stellar person.”
has helped hundreds of young supremacy is a collaborative for these political times.” For women’s professional team
women change the course of effort that always requires the Later this year I plan to … sports in Australia … “the only
their lives and break family assistance of family.” “attend Shanghai fashion way is up.While there have
cycles of destitution, poverty Right now, I’m working on … week.The fashion scene in been significant inroads made
and abuse. Her heart is in it.” “Co-hosting ABC RN’s China is so inspiring.” for women’s team sport in
he biggest misconception people weekly pop-culture radio this country, there is still a way
have about news presenters is … show Stop Everything!, to go. I anticipate we will see
“that we’re just talking heads. co-hosting the tech startup the size of competitions grow
Most are journalists who’ve show That Startup Show, — so more teams and more
spent years on the road chasing interviewing famous people females not just actively

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stories.You can’t read with about taboos for Good Weekend participating in the game, but
meaning if you don’t know magazine and writing a also working across the game
what you’re talking about.” play for Melbourne Theatre in roles such as referees,
My meditation practice has had Company”. coaches and administration.
a profound impact as … “I don’t I’m reading … “Andrew Sean With that, the standard of the
recognise myself from the Greer’s novel Less, and a competition will improve,
woman I was before I learnt to never-ending ‘to be read’ as will the popularity, and
meditate. I’m calmer, more queue on my Instapaper app interest from advertisers and
focused, present and proficient, that will haunt me til I die”. networks, meaning
less reactive and much more Other visionary women I
“We really need professional female athletes
self-aware.” admire are … “Björk, because to question will be paid more.”
she’s always at least 10 years To be a great sports journalist …
ahead of everyone else, the traditional “knowledge is key — know
Nakkiah Lui, who is tearing corporate space the game, know your subject
Australian screen and stage a and be passionate about it.
new arsehole right now, and, [to] create a Read, research, work the
if drag queens count,
RuPaul — every gay man’s
more fair, phones and look for a new
way to tell the story.An ability
other mother”. functional to think on your feet and
My favourite procrastination-
while-on-deadline activity is …
and emotionally react quickly is a must, as well
as an ability to choose the
“Social media.And once I start intelligent appropriate tone to convey
feeling self-disgust over social what you can see and hear to
media, housework.” workplace.” your audience at home.”

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June/July.

WINNER
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The model, coding
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Carrying an
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6:45AM The first thing I do is in New York.
Karlie Kloss
at New York drink a big glass of water with apple
fashion week. cider vinegar and lemon, followed by a smoothie
Above: outside with vegan chocolate protein powder, Califia [Farms]
the Louis Vuitton
show at Paris
almond milk and Moon Juice supplements. Skincare is a huge part
fashion week of my morning routine, so I wash my face and apply Estée Lauder’s
in March. Revitalizing Supreme+ [Cell Power Creme] moisturiser. Having a simple
routine helps me get moving. 7:30AM I head to Dogpound gym in NewYork
City for my morning workout with my trainer, Kirk Myers. I try to arrive a few
minutes early so I can warm up on the stairmaster. I like to listen to music during my
warm-up, and have a few go-to Spotify playlists with a lot of Cardi B and Childish
Gambino.The rest of my workout is cardio and full-body strength training exercises, and
afterwards I make sure to stretch with my foam roller to avoid soreness. Kirk’s workouts are
always tough, but I love the challenge and always feel so accomplished and energised after-
wards. 9:00AM After showering, I listen to a podcast on my way to the Klossy office —

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Colombe that’s next to our office building for my usual coffee — an iced decaf with almond
milk and stevia. 10:00AM My days vary week to week, but usually include a mix of
meetings, fittings and shoots. Especially in the summer, I try to walk or bike between
appointments for some much-needed time outside, which also helps me reset and clear Foam roller: “I always stretch
my head. Right now, we’re in the middle of our Kode With Klossy summer coding with my foam roller after every
workout to avoid soreness.”
camps, so there’s a lot of planning and travelling to keep track of.This year, we’ve TriggerPoint Grid Vibe Roller,
significantly expanded our program to 50 coding camps in 25 cities, which $180, rebelsport.com.au.
will reach 1000 girls across the US. I FaceTime into one of our Kode
With Klossy camps to hear about the projects our scholars are
working on. I’ll also travel later in the week to visit our St.
Louis and Los Angeles camps. It’s always so inspir-
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not only improve their
coding skills, but also gain lasting
friendships and build their confidence.
2:00PM Our New York City Kode With Klossy
camps are being hosted in a WeWork this year, so I head
downtown to check out the space before our scholars arrive in
coming weeks. On my way, I grab a Sweetgreen salad with vegies or
a grilled salmon from Sant Ambroeus for a late lunch. Both are right out-
side my office. 3:30PM Klossy Productions is working on a few Estée Lauder
beauty videos for my YouTube channel, and today we’re filming something fun
for [northern hemisphere] summer. Ever since I was a teenager, it’s been my
dream to work with such an iconic brand, and I’m so humbled that the moment
has officially come. I can’t give too much away about the video yet, but you’ll have
to check it out. 7:00PM My meetings are wrapped up for the day, so it’s time to
meet some friends for dinner. My favourite go-to spots are Loring Place and Lure
sushi bar. 8:30PM I have a FaceTime date with my mom, who lives in my home-
town of St. Louis. We catch up and plan for my next visit home. As grateful as
I am for all of the countries and cities I’ve been able to visit throughout my
career, there’s truly no better feeling than relaxing at home with my family,
friends and my dog, Joe. 11:30PM I try to head to bed before midnight.
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The year that


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‘Game changer’ is an overused
buzz-phrase, but if anyone fits
the bill, it’s M ELANIE P ERKINS ,
who at just 30 helms the billion-
dollar tech company Canva

Eventually, I found Cameron Adams [Canva’s chief product


officer] and Dave Hearnden [chief technology officer], who were
both from Google. It was certainly worth the wait.Then there was
another round of pitches to investors, and after we landed invest-
ment in 2012, there was a year of development. So it was more
than three years from when I first met Bill to when Cameron,
Cliff Obrecht [co-founder of Perkins’s first startup, a yearbook
design and publishing company called Fusion Books] and I
launched Canva in August 2013. Since then, more than 400
million designs have been created on Canva, we have 300 team
members in our offices in Sydney and Manila, and the company
was valued at US$1 billion [$1.3 billion] in January 2018.
Meeting Bill really opened my eyes to the world of startups and
venture capitalists and changed my perception of what I thought
was possible. In the same year, I also met Google Maps co-founder
Lars Rasmussen. Before I met him, I had no idea that people who
n 2011, I jumped on a plane to San Francisco with a pitch built big, world-changing companies could just be nice people
for what I believed was the future of publishing. I came who worked incredibly hard.
up with the idea when I was teaching design programs The most challenging thing about building Canva was dealing
like InDesign and Photoshop at uni and found students with all the rejection when I was first pitching to investors.
were struggling with the basics. A natural reaction to rejection is to stop what you are doing,
The idea was to make design accessible to everyone because it doesn’t feel nice. But I had to persist hundreds of times
by creating an online drag-and-drop tool that was over and be rejected hundreds of times over. I learnt that if I put
user-friendly so that people could design anything and enough effort into things and kept doing them, eventually, I would
publish anywhere. I’d met an investor called Bill Tai in Perth the succeed. It would have been easy to give up at hundreds of points
year before, and he said if I came to San Francisco he’d be happy along the way, but continuing where most people would stop has
to meet with me. So six months later, I was on the plane. I’d been critical to Canva’s success. One of the most important things
printed out a paper pitch using my mum’s printer, which was was to just get started, even on the smallest possible thing —
hilarious because I was presenting what I believed was the future figuring out how to make $100, for example — and building from
of publishing and paper pitches were really not on trend. I was there. It’s so easy to talk yourself out of beginning anything if it
incredibly nervous when we went out to lunch — I was trying to feels overwhelming. But if you start small, you can grow.
show him my pitch deck and eat lunch at the same time, and I’d People use Canva for creating everything from social media
also read somewhere that if you mirror someone’s body language graphics to marketing material, and I’m particularly proud that we
they will like you more, so I was trying to do that, too. Bill was on have more than 20,000 nonprofits using it to promote their causes.
the phone the whole time, so I thought the meeting went horribly, Dreaming about the future is something I love to do. I couldn’t
ANDREW BAKER

but he emailed me that evening saying he’d be happy to invest if I imagine the future of design being desktop-based and so difficult;
got a tech team together. It was completely mind-blowing, but it seemed impossible that publishing would not undergo a radical
then it meant another year of going to conferences, cold calling transformation. Our vision is to enable everyone to design anything
and being on LinkedIn trying to find these people. and publish it everywhere. I feel like we’re only just getting started.

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Viewpoint

SUPPORT ACT
Depression in men is now openly talked about, but less visible are the partners of sufferers,
who endure corresponding lows and challenges. G RACE O’N EILL shares her personal story

recently tweeted to my modest following that “Men years together back in Sydney were pleasantly simple.When Zach
know so much about politics and sport so they have was offered a graduate position at an investment bank in Hong
something to talk about that isn’t Their Feelings”. It Kong after we’d been discussing where to go next, he signed the
was an attempt to curate my “witty journalist” online contract and we began planning the move.
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persona, but also I’m convinced it’s true. During the Looking back, signs were creeping in that things weren’t wholly
past four years with my boyfriend, Zach, I have OK. Sometimes Zach would spend entire days in bed for no
become intimately acquainted with the fallout of apparent reason or go days without eating properly, and party
men’s inability to talk to one another with real depth. much harder and more often than any of his friends.But everything
I moved in the same social circles for years, but we could be chalked up to something. He stayed in bed for days because
t at a frat party at the University of California, Los he’d partied all weekend; he wasn’t eating because banking jobs
Angeles (UCLA).We were both studying there on exchange: me, are stressful. When he started making big mistakes at work and
film;him,mathematics.We fell for each other quickly;Zach remains becoming increasingly apathetic about the move to Hong Kong,
one of funniest, kindest and most intelligent people I’ve met. it just felt as if he was realising the life of a high-flying investment
We spent the next month holed up in our dorms drinking Napa banker isn’t actually all it’s cracked up to be.
Valley wine out of red college cups or rifling for vintage designer On my recommendation, Zach went to see a psychologist,
clothes at Silver Lake flea market. It was one of those whirlwind who referred him on to a psychiatrist. To our genuine surprise,
romances you feel won’t translate to real life, but our first two Zach was diagnosed with clinical depression, recommended a

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three-session-a-week therapy program and told the move to than the latest NRL game or the US political climate. I wasn’t
Hong Kong needed to be cancelled immediately. convinced any of them even knew he had depression. Selfishly, I
If you were to ask me five years ago how I’d cope with a partner wondered if this presented me with a ‘get out of jail free’ card of
with depression, I’d have told you I’d excel at it. I’m from genera- sorts. Maybe I had been so terrible at supporting Zach through his
tion #woke, after all. We understand the pitfalls of toxic mascu- depression because it was simply too much for one person to
linity and the worrying statistics on male suicide (three times handle. Maybe the inability men have to talk among themselves
higher than for women in Australia). We’re the generation who means women are often the sole providers of emotional support.
created “trigger warnings” and “safe spaces”, the ones turning the And maybe trying to be all things to one person is a fool’s errand.
world exasperatingly PC! I posed this question to Sydney-based psychologist Dr Emmanuella
I really did want to be the beacon of emotional support Zach Murray: “Do women bear the brunt of men’s emotional baggage
needed at that time, but the reality is, living with someone with because men can’t talk to one another?”
depression is very difficult.There’s a big misconception that depres- “That’s a little harsh,” she replies with a laugh. “It absolutely
sion equals sadness. Zach wants me to emphasise in this piece that benefits females that they are able to be emotionally vulnerable
depression isn’t only sadness.At times it is, and at other times it’s the with each other, and I think it’s true that with men, their friend-
absence of feeling altogether — a dogged lack of emotion that ships tend to provide less emotional support and less self-disclo-
leaves you unmotivated, disengaged and apathetic.The reality of sure. But we want our romantic partners to be emotionally
living with someone with this condition is that, connected to us, and we want them to commu-
as much as you want to be patient and sympa- nicate their emotions, whether they’re pleasant
thetic, there are only so many times you can hear “It requires the or unpleasant — it’s one of the only ways to
this person you care about bemoan the lack of
anything good in their life and anything to look
patience of a saint maintain sound mental health.”
In terms of medically diagnosed depression
forward to, and that nothing good ever happens (or, at least, a specifically, however, Murray is aware of how
to them, without feeling a little … offended. difficult it can be for the partner. “Depression
Seeing someone not want to get out of bed in parent) to have interferes with how someone sees themselves,
the morning or spend days playing video games
in their pyjamas is concerning at first, but you
someone push their lives and their relationships, which can
mess with a couple’s connection and make the
soon become exhausted by it. For me, it started you away and be [sufferer] emotionally unavailable,” she explains.
to seem a little self-indulgent, like, We all find “It often leaves a partner feeling confused and
life hard; what gives you the right to be treated unkind to you and helpless, because we all want to feel like we have
with a giant “FRAGILE” sticker? to still forgive a partner who values us.”
Depression can also make people mean. Zach Murray says a substantial proportion of her
became uncharacteristically unkind at times, as if them over and clients are couples in which one partner suffers
he was trying to confirm he was intrinsically from depression, often with that partner seeing
unloveable by isolating himself from everyone over again — a different psychologist for individual therapy.
who cared about him. It requires the patience of especially when The best way to tackle the situation, in her
a saint (or, at least, a parent) to have someone experience, is to make sure they’re facing the
actively push you away and be unkind to you and they’re not asking problem head on.“When I see couples, the first
to still forgive them over and over again — espe-
cially when they’re not asking for forgiveness.
for forgiveness.” thing I do is put the depression down on the
table so there’s no way to ignore it. There are
While Zach was focused on therapy and an many ways to tackle a problem, but if you don’t
intense amount of introspection, I was festering with resentment. acknowledge the depression is there, the depression gets worse.”
I was angry the Hong Kong move had been abruptly cancelled On a cold night last August,in a dimly lit pizza bar in Paddington
without any acknowledgement of how it would impact my career; in Sydney, Zach and I got back together. No pomp and circum-
I was jealous that Zach had the money at his disposal to spend stance, no Bridget Jones-esque declarations of love, just two people
thousands of dollars a week on therapy; and, if I’m being brutally who had each grown significantly and felt ready to give their rela-
honest, I felt he didn’t have anything to be depressed about — he tionship a more mature second chapter.
came from a privileged upbringing in a mansion in Sydney’s Rose Having spent the past six months living with Zach, I’m aware
Bay and went to the best private school in the country.There was depression isn’t something you’re ever ‘cured’ of. It ebbs and flows
a giant chip on my shoulder and it was turning me into the exact on a day-by-day, week-by-week basis; it’s a condition managed
opposite of what he needed. only when both parties are patient and compassionate. In this
I’m not proud that I felt any of these things. I know depression Trump era, and nearly 12 months post-Weinstein revelations, it’s
doesn’t discriminate based on how wealthy you are and I’m tempting to vilify men, and it can feel counterintuitive to ask
angry that I was so selfish at the one time I should have been women to be more empathetic to our male counterparts. But,
selfless. It felt inevitable that we would break up, and by the time although she wasn’t speaking about depression specifically, a line
we did I felt like a failure. from Emma Watson’s divisive UN speech keeps niggling at me.“If
In the months after the break-up, I became aware of how lucky men don’t have to be aggressive in order to be accepted, women
I am to have a network of girlfriends who are always available to won’t feel compelled to be submissive.”
take my crying phone calls or take me out for margaritas when I’m Maybe there is something in that.
feeling low. I realised that, while Zach had a huge network of male Readers affected by depression, either their own or that of a loved one,
friends, they never spent any time talking about anything deeper are encouraged to seek support at beyondblue.org.au.

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ST LE Edited by
CLARE MACLEAN

FA S H I O N ’S N E W
FRONTIER

Amanda Shadforth makes


wearable art; nailing
neon; and Instagram’s
imaginary friends
RODNEY DEANE

Artist turned influencer


Amanda Shadforth in Paris.

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Style
OF by Amanda Shadforth T-shirt,
$150, ofbyamandashadforth.com.

Amanda
Shadforth THE HIT LIST
wearing Ellery
in Paris.

AMANDA
SHADFORTH The Row
shirt, $1725,
net-a-porter.com.
Oracle Fox founder and
artist based on the Sunshine
Coast, Queensland
Calvin Klein
205W39NYC
I feel so lucky to be part of an structured blazers, gold boots, $2096,
industry in which getting dressed earrings, turtlenecks and wrap matchesfashion.com.
is about feeling good about yourself coats — what an ensemble.
as a woman. Some days I feel like One of my favourite collections Calvin Klein
205W39NYC
putting a little more effort in for pre-fall 2018 was he Row. skirt, $2900,
and trying new silhouettes. I find I just loved the simplicity net-a-porter.com.
that most of my styling ideas for of the pieces, the palette was
shoots come from my day-to-day a divine mixture of caramels,
outfits, and if I get it wrong it’s nudes and smoky hues, and
usually only my team who see. I loved the textured coats.
Accessories have always played a Coming from a background as favourite one, but I do love
huge role when it comes to styling an art gallery owner and ine the postmodernist era.
my personal aesthetic. I’ve just artist, I’ve always had a strong Some of my favourite artists
purchased the Calvin Klein ailiation with the art world. are Jean Arp, Alexander Calder,
Céline necklace, [205W39NYC] silver-capped Over the years, our audience Pablo Picasso and Joan Miró.
$195, and pendants, Tex Chiara ankle boots. I love has grown a strong connection I’m very much a tomboy, so
$690 each,
celine.com.
a good pair of black boots when with my background as an I like to keep my beauty routine
I’m working on a shoot or artist and we’ve had so many simple and efective. For a
running around during a busy requests, from the industry long time, I’ve used Aliangé,
week.When it comes to handbags, and our followers alike, to by a good friend of mine, Dr
I’m excited by so many new provide a way to purchase Alison Jamieson. The quality
accessory designers creating my artwork. I felt an excellent of her products is next level,
Shadforth at
the inaugural beautiful bags in interesting shapes, option would be to create and it’s one of the only lines
MAAS Ball such as Building Block, Mlouye, a beautifully fitted, 100 per I’ve used on my skin and
in Sydney. Staud and Gabriela Hearst. cent Australian-made organic seen change with. I also love
I always thought I was more of cotton T-shirt featuring my SK-II Facial Treatment

RODNEY DEANE; GETTY IMAGES; WALTER SANDERS/THE LIFE PICTURE COLLECTION/GETTY IMAGES; LOOKBOOK:
a ’60s girl, but lately I’m drawn artwork, ‘the luxury of Essence, Giorgio

COURTESY OF THE ROW; STILL LIFE: CHRIS JANSEN. PRICES APPROXIMATE. SEE BUYLINES FOR STOCKISTS
to more of a ’50s silhouette: a wearable art’ being our ethos. Armani Luminous
fuller skirt and a blouse tucked I was previously working Silk Foundation and
Gabriela Hearst into a high-waisted pant. as a sign-writer and was Chanel eyeliner
bag, $1995,
net-a-porter.com.
I ind that due to the nature of feeling a little creatively and eye shadows.
my job, I spend a lot of the time in unfulilled. In my
transit, either lying or on location spare time I would Giorgio Armani
behind the lens for brands, so when paint large canvases, Luminous Silk
Foundation, $99.
my outit is more practical I think and one day I entered
jewellery becomes the accent. my work in an art
I always wear at least one or two show and won. That
small gold necklaces, a classic gold was the beginning of
watch and my vintage signet ring my career as a fine artist.
I purchased from a little store There is some diversity SK-II Facial
in the EastVillage [in Manhattan]. to the way I work. Treatment
Essence,
I recently purchased the Céline I think, like many The Row $210.
Alphabet pendant necklace — artists, I love to sketch, pre-fall
2018.
I seem to have an obsession with so many of my simple
monogrammed jewellery; I also illustrations are more Chanel Les 4 Ombres
have a beautiful earring with my in the line-drawing Multi-Efect Quadra
initial ‘A’ from Ellery. genre, but I also love Eyeshadow in Éclat
Énigmatique, $100.
I think Catherine O’Hara’s to paint in oils as well.
wardrobe as the mother in Home I collect art books, so
Alone was kind of fabulous: ’80s it’s really hard to pick a
Shadforth painting
in her studio.
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1
1. Montarna McDonald in Loewe top
and Céline shoes; Katie Ingham; Nadia
Fairfax in Bianca Spender suit, Stuart
Weitzman shoes and Balenciaga bag.
2
2. BAZAAR’s Kellie Hush at MBFWA
wearing Max Mara coat, Gucci shoes
and Carolina Santo Domingo bag.
3. An Of-White belt adds a pop of
colour. 4. Journalist Phoebe Burgess
wearing Fendi with Balenciaga shoes
and bag. 5. Designer Desiree Deravi
with Gucci clutch bag. 6. Actor and
model Tifany Ann Hsu at Chanel in
Paris. 7. Creative director Saasha Burns
in We Are Kindred dress. 8. Breaking
the pattern with an Undercover T-shirt.
9. A showgoer with an Emma
Mulholland bag. 10. A Zimmermann
skirt with Nike shoes and a Gucci bag.
11. Alexandra McQueen carries
a Chanel bag to the Chanel show in
Paris. 12. Musician Clara Luciani at
Gucci in Provence. 13. Sienna Miller 4
at Louis Vuitton in the South of
France. 14. A splash of green paired
with a Poppy Lissiman bag.

14

T R E N D I N G N OW

BRIGHT
SPARKS
Showgoers say yes to neon excess
3

The resort show circuit is a whirlwind of holiday-worthy


destinations (resort 2019 featured Chanel and Dior in Paris,
Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia in Sydney, Gucci in
13 Provence) and, as such, lucky attendees often opt for a certain 6
type of look — think the three Fs: feminine, floral or floaty.
But this season, showgoers cut through their dreamy attire
12 with flashes of acid.At MBFWA, neon-soled Nike Air Max
270s were styled with retro-inspired Zimmermann florals;
a ladylike flounce skirt was paired with a highlighter yellow
Balenciaga triangle duffle. Sienna Miller toted a bright
blue Art Nouveau-style hat-box bag at Louis Vuitton, and
more than one guest arrived at Chanel’s extravaganza att
the Grand Palais in traffic-cone orange. Neo ons were the
breakout colour trend from the A/W 2018 co ollections, so
it
it’ss perhaps no surprise that the fashion set is dipping
their toes in now. Consider this a vivid warn ning sign that
thhere are more block brights ahead. – Clare Maclean

10 7

11
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Style
Clockwise from
this image: Miquela
wearing Prada;
an up-close
portrait; wearing
Proenza Schouler;
with Australian
influencer Margaret
Zhang in Milan.

s a child, I had an imaginary friend. I named


her Neri after the Ocean Girl character. She
would tell me all about the flickering, confec-
tionery hues of the coral, the clicks and coos
nd the salty depths — it was a world I knew
only through her. In older years, my interest in the fanciful
began to dovetail with that of the wider cultural landscape: Fight
Club’s Tyler Durden, (“I look how you wanna look, I fuck how
you wanna fuck, I am smart, capable and, most importantly, I am
free in all the ways that you are not,” he explains to his imaginer);
Gorillaz and their cartoon counterparts; James Cameron’s
Avatar; the humanlike robot hosts in Westworld; and ‘friendships’
with Apple’s Siri and Amazon’s Alexa. It seems many of us fan-
tasise on some level about the alternative possibilities of our
identities. We Facetune, we filter; there’s nary an image we see
that isn’t in some way edited. Isn’t it understandable, then, that
the next step is visuals that are unabashedly virtual?
Take Miquela Sousa, aka Lil Miquela, a 19-year-old Brazilian-
American slashie with more than 1.2 million followers

IMMATERIAL (@LilMiquela). She appears on magazine covers, in Instagram


takeovers for luxury brands such as Prada,‘collaborates’ on a line
of clothing, has three singles on Spotify and iTunes and an envi-

GIRLS able wardrobe of the latest Chanel, Supreme and Vetements.


Between hanging out at hip real-life eateries such as Cuties in
East Hollywood, she champions social equality, advocates for
transgender rights and urges her followers to donate to Planned
Parenthood.You could be forgiven for
Way beyond filters and Facetune, meet the virtual influencers and scrolling straight past her photos, dis-
missing them as those of just another
CGI supermodels ruling fashion’s digital frontier. By D IVYA B ALA influencer, but a moment’s study reveals
skin that refracts light ever so slightly
oddly, features that are a little too smooth, eyes that are a little too glassy.
In truth, she is the digital construct of Brud, an LA-based startup
specialising in artificial intelligence and robots, the team also behind
COURTESY OF INSTAGRAM, @LILMIQUELA, @NOONOOURI, @SHUDU.GRAM

her ‘friend’ and fellow CGI influencer Ronnie Blawko (@blawko22), a


moody, reclusive yet inexplicably stylish male “robot” with a following
of 50k and counting. (Despite rumours to the contrary, Brud denies
creating Bermuda — @BermudaIsBae — a virtual Trump-supporting
frenemy of Miquela’s who once hacked her account.)
In an email ‘interview’ with Miquela mediated by her agents, she
mused to BAZAAR on her wide reach as a virtual influencer.“I’m out
to inspire anyone who thinks they don’t quite fit in. I felt like an outcast
for so long and I couldn’t find my place, but I’ve experienced an over-
whelming amount of acceptance, which gives me hope for the next
waves of artists and creators.”When asked why she thinks the digital self
is seemingly more important today than the physical, she prickled.
“Ummm, who said I thought that? I encourage everyone to get their
paper.”Whether through prestigious editorial featuring actual shoppable
designer clothing or product placement from brands seeking to reach
her many followers, it’s clear that Miquela is getting her paper.

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And fashion has history with virtual models: Louis Vuitton


dressed the Sailor Moon-esque Hatsune Miku, an anime pop star,
for an opera and featured Lightning of the Final Fantasy gaming
series in its S/S 2016 campaign as the brand explored “the infinite
possibilities of the virtual world”. It was through working with
forward-thinking luxury houses such as this that artistic director
Joerg Zuber of global design and branding agency Opium was
inspired to create his own avatar. Far from Miquela’s augmented
realism or even his own physicality as a Caucasian male, Zuber’s
creation, Noonoouri, stands at 150 centimetres tall, with huge,
doll-like eyes and an oversized, cartoonish head.“I had long been
thinking of this digital character who discovered the world of
beauty and fashion and who was fascinated by that
world,” Zuber explains with a truly childlike enthusi-
asm.“Similar to when I was a young boy myself.”
Zuber’s excitement has caught the attention of power
followers such as Carine Roitfeld (who was one of his Clockwise from top left:
first), Alexandre Vauthier, Giambattista Valli, Suzy Noonoouri wearing Louis
Vuitton and carrying Carine
Menkes and Naomi Campbell (who personally mes- Roitfeld’s CR Fashion Book;
saged Noonoouri, inviting her to her Fashion For with Bella Hadid at Chanel
Relief fundraising event in Cannes earlier this year). cruise 2019; wearing a
The way it works is, Zuber attends, plays the game with Valentino top and a Philip
Treacy headpiece.
PRs who ask him eagerly, “Is Noonoouri here?”, to
which he responds with something like,“Yes, I believe
I’ve seen her around”, and, 24 hours later, there’s our
girl on the catwalk at Chanel cruise, doing an Insta
takeover for Dior or speeding away in a Fiat in Florence.
Cameron-James Wilson is the photographer behind
what he refers to as the “world’s first digital super-
model”, a venture he says was born of artistic expression.
His creation: Shudu, an avatar modelled on Princess of “[Shudu] is genuinely
South Africa Barbie and the women who inspireWilson
in real life, such as Iman, Grace Jones, Alek Wek and
loved by people.
Naomi Campbell. The problematic nature of a white To have your work
guy potentially profiting from the aesthetic of a woman
of colour has not passed without controversy. Wilson
loved … it’s very
acknowledged this, explaining that Shudu began as an emotional for me to
art piece celebrating the growing presence of women of
colour in the fashion industry, and that he never think about.”
expected or planned for the level of exposure Shudu’s – C AMERON -J AMES W ILSON
123k+ followers have brought him. But the thing that
surprised him the most? “She’s genuinely loved by people,” he says.
“To have your work loved … it’s very emotional for me to think
about. I never thought she could matter so much to people.” Shudu in a look
It’s a sentiment echoed by Zuber on having access to worlds he called “Flamingo”.
Below: wearing
otherwise might never have. “People like Maria Grazia Chiuri or makeup inspired
Giambattista Valli tell me they love her. Naomi Campbell would by YSL Beauty.
have never talked to me! I was so flattered,
I was almost crying. Because, for me, it was
a personality that was in my head for seven
years, and people like this knowing and lov-
ing her? It really touched my heart,” he said.
Wilson muses that this ability to tran-
scend boundaries may ultimately lead to
a complete democratisation of identity, a
blurring of all boundaries — age, race,
gender, geography, socioeconomic status,
everything. He suggests that in the not too
distant future, our digital selves will perhaps
even surpass our physical selves.“I love this
idea because in 3-D we can be anyone,” he
says. “We can leave behind all the labels
we’re born with and create our own.”

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AZAAR
The
DANIEL NADEL. STYLED BY CAROLINE TRAN. MODEL: SHARON KOOPMAN AT VIVIEN’S MODELS; HAIR AND MAKEUP BY NAOMI
McFADDEN AT UNION; MANICURE BY JOCELYN PETRONI FOR CHANEL. PRICES APPROXIMATE. SEE BUYLINES FOR STOCKISTS

WOMAN OF
THE HOUR
Shop the new season
like a style icon; and wear
your luxury timepiece
Prada jacket, $3460;
like you mean it Cartier ring, $13,800;
Rolex watch, $31,150,
from Kennedy; Tifany
& Co. bracelet, $1750.

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The Bazaar
Christian Dior dress, $10,000;
Cartier emerald earrings, $770,000;
Tifany & Co. earrings (right),
$9250; Cartier rings, from top,
$6650 and $15,400; Tifany & Co.
watch (left), $10,900, and bracelet,
$1900; Chanel watch, $28,000.
Styled by CAROLINE TRAN

THE
LUXURY
OF TIME
Some watches are as
covetable as jewels, so we give
a big tick to stacking them
with bracelets and mixing and
matching precious metals
Photographed by DANIEL NADEL

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The Bazaar
Hermès dress, $2700;
Tifany & Co. earrings
(worn throughout), $9250,
and bracelet (worn as necklace),
$11,100; on model’s left
arm, from left: Rolex watch,
$207,500, from Kennedy;
Tifany & Co. bracelet, $4700;
Cartier bangle, $17,700; on
model’s right hand, from top:
Tifany & Co. ring, $19,000;
Cartier ring, $13,800. Opposite
page: Paris Georgia top, $790;
on model’s right hand: Bulgari
ring, $9500; Cartier bracelet,
$394,000; on model’s left
hand: Bulgari ring, $13,850;
Girard-Perregaux watch,
$36,710, from Kennedy.
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The Bazaar
Céline top, $2000, and skirt,
$7000; Bulgari earrings (in
model’s right ear), $16,300;
Sarah & Sebastian earring
(in model’s left ear, top),
$320; on model’s right hand,
from top: Cartier ring,
$13,800; Bulgari ring,
$6550; on model’s left hand:
Cartier ring, $15,400, and
watches, from left, $5600
and $51,000, both from
Kennedy. Prices approximate.
Model: Sharon Koopman at
Vivien’s Models; hair and
makeup by Naomi McFadden
at Union; manicure by
Jocelyn Petroni for Chanel.
See Buylines for stockists.

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The Bazaar
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RACIL JACKET, $995,


BERGDORFGOODMAN.COM.

OFF-WHITE TOP, $1270,


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Queen
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Wearing
Ian Thomas
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France, Richard Quinn and Queen Elizabeth
1992.
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A/W 2018 show.The designer’s
collection included more than a few

MOLLY GODDARD DRESS, $2500,


nods to the British monarch’s iconic
RFUM, $279.

APPLICATION, 31PHILLIPLIM.COM.
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ROCHAS TOP, $975, AND RICHARD QUINN DRESS, PRICES APPROXIMATE. SEE BUYLINES FOR STOCKISTS. TEXT BY ALEXANDRA ENGLISH
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GUCCI COAT, $4500,
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CÉLINE SUNGLASSES,
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Amal Clooney
in SoHo, New
York in April.

THE ROW COAT, $4950,


HERMÈS BAG, $3690, MATCHESFASHION.COM.
HERMES.COM.
GABRIELA HEARST
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THE ROW PANTS, $990,
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CARTIER WATCH,
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THE ROW TOP, $990, CHANEL LES


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JACKET, $3140,
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VALENTINO PANTS, $1390, GABRIELA HEARST SKIRT,


NET-A-PORTER.COM. $1495, AND BLAZER, $2495,
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CÉLINE SUNGLASSES,
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SAINT LAURENT BY ANTHONY


ISABEL MARANT JACKET, VACCARELLO BAG, PRICE ON
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CHANTECAILLE 1968.
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EARRINGS, $425,
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Why we’re still lusting after Alhambra
Edited by
CLARE MACLEAN

jewels half a century on; and the big


A/W 2018 trends to know
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From top: Van Cleef & Arpels bracelet,


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on application, vancleefarpels.com.

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50 YEARS
YOUNG
Van Cleef & Arpels says happy
birthday to Alhambra, the four-leaf
clover charms that have
had us feeling lucky since 1968.
By K ELLIE H USH

Van Cleef & Arpels


necklaces, from top, price
on application and $21,900,
vancleefarpels.com.
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Left: Romy Schneider


wearing an Alhambra
necklace on the set of
Le mouton enragé in
1974. Inset: a Van Cleef
& Arpels Alhambra
necklace from 1973.
Right: The manicured
grounds of the
French consulate in
Marrakech, Morocco.

LUCK.
I know a thing or two about luck.
Today I’m sitting in the sun-drenched Guests at the anniversary
garden of the French consul gener- event in Marrakech.
al’s residence in the heart of Marrakech, Morocco, sipping French Below: a souk. Inset: an
Alhambra necklace with
rosé, surrounded by bouquets of peonies that perfectly carnelian from 1985.
match the wine. I’ve just finished interviewing author
and historian Nicholas Foulkes and Van Cleef & “You have
Arpels’ heritage director, Catherine Cariou.We’re all
in Marrakech for the 50th-anniversary celebration of the summer of
the house’s creation Alhambra, the four-leaf clover love in 1967,
pendant launched in 1968 by an establishment
French jeweller during the height of flower power. and, a year
More than a decade earlier, Van Cleef & Arpels,
then run by the next generation of Jacques, Pierre
later, Van Cleef
and Claude Arpels, saw an opportunity in the jewel- launches
lery market for a more affordable line and introduced
its La Boutique collection in 1954. Back then, the the Alhambra,
pieces were animal-inspired, with cat, dog, tiger and
a talisman.”
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elephant clips; Princess Grace of Monaco wore a La


Boutique poodle clip on her collar. Cariou says the
1950s campaigns make for hilarious reading today.“In many of the
advertisements, they said, ‘You do not dare to open the door to the
KELLIE HUSH; JEAN-MICHEL THIRION; STILL LIFE: XAVIER CRESPIN; BERTRAND MOULIN

boutique on Place Vendôme. Please do; we will offer you a range


of more affordable jewellery.’”Van Cleef & Arpels was ahead of its
time in this, with Yves Saint Laurent launching his more affordable
ready-to-wear collection, Saint Laurent Rive Gauche, in 1966.
The Alhambra collection was launched two years later, the same
year the jumbo jet rolled out of production, making jet travel
accessible beyond the rich. Veruschka was the epitome of style in
Saint Laurent’s front-laced safari tunic, and John Paul Getty, Jr and
Talitha Getty the bohemian Marrakech pin-up couple of the time.
Women began to wear jewellery differently, layering long strings
of beads and exploring a more eclectic look, rather than simply
diamonds and pearls. As Foulkes writes in his coffee-table book
Alhambra, published to coincide with the anniversary, “Taste was
splintering: fashion was no longer dictated by a few couturiers in
Paris, looks were changing and a casual elegance was emerging
that treated jewellery as an accessory.”
“It was perfect timing,” Foulkes tells me. “Here you have the
summer of love in 1967, and, a year later,Van Cleef launches the

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Left and right: archival
Alhambra pieces from Van
Cleef & Arpels’ private
collection displayed at the
French consulate. Below:
Princess Grace of Monaco
wearing her Alhambra
necklace in 1978. Below,
inset: a vintage pink gold,
diamond and mother-of-
pearl Alhambra bracelet.

A gold and
porcelain
Alhambra
watch.

Alhambra, a talisman of sorts. A good-luck me to purchase Alhambra,” Cariou says.


symbol. Four-leaf clovers were close to “I inherited a piece from my mother
Jacques Arpels’ heart, but I don’t think “Françoise Hardy that is very important to me and
there was any particular rele- I would never let it go.”
vance other than it was a flower is a very different That’s not to say Cariou hasn’t
motif in the era of flower power.
“It’s remarkable,” he continues.
woman to Princess succeeded in buying important
pieces of Alhambra. Several from
“It’s hard to think of another piece Grace Kelly, but Alhambra the Van Cleef & Arpels private
of jewellery that is so versatile. ... collection have been flown into
The key to Alhambra’s success is you is loved by different Marrakech for the anniversary cele-
can wear it so many different ways.” women. ... It’s beyond bration, including a magnificent lapis
Cariou agrees, citing the elegant, lazuli long necklace. “It took me six
conservative Princess of Monaco and fashion.” years to purchase that piece,” Cariou
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the ever hip French musician Françoise says. “I get very nervous [at auction]
Hardy as both being Alhambra fans in the because I am competing with serious jewel-
1970s. “Françoise is a very different woman lers, clients, museums and billionaires. But
to Princess Grace Kelly, but it shows how my job is like a religion, an obsession — it’s
Alhambra is loved by different women of different styles and ages. part of your life every day. I have my ears and eyes open, looking
It’s timeless beyond a generation and beyond fashion.” to find the next piece for our collection.”
Cariou’s mission as heritage director is to track down pieces, The value of Alhambra has also stayed steady due to the fact it
including high jewellery and La Boutique, for the privateVan Cleef has continued to evolve over its 50-year history while remaining
& Arpels collection. She travels the world purchasing at auctions true to its original aesthetic.In the 1970s,onyx,coral and turquoise
and from major dealers and personal collections.Alhambra, she says, were the clover materials of choice. In the 1980s, carnelian was
is elusive because families tend to hold on to pieces to pass them introduced, and chalcedony in 2006. Porcelain and wood are now
down through the generations as heirlooms. Cariou says Prince popular, as are the Sweet Alhambra butterflies and hearts launched
Albert of Monaco once told her he fondly remembers playing with in 2007.Thankfully, ivory is no longer used.
his mother’s Alhambra string while she held him in her arms. My personal favourite, and a piece I wear, is a single white
“It’s a piece a woman has inherited from her mother or her mother-of-pearl clover set in white gold. Simple yet chic — and
grandmother and, because of the clover symbolising luck, it hopefully something my children remember me wearing when
really is close to the heart of the owners, so it is very difficult for they are as old as Prince Albert.

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REPORT
got you covered for
A/W 2018.
By CLARE MACLEAN
SALVATORE FERRAGAMO.

HERMÈS.

SALVATORE FERRAGAMO.
HERMÈS.
OFF-WHITE.

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Horsey types will fall for the smart blanket coats,


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PRADA.
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N E O N Safety vests, fuzzy club-kid knits and pop florals in highlighter green
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S U R V I VA L O F T H E F I T T E S T The likes of Demna Gvasalia at Balenciaga, Raf Simons at Calvin Klein


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205W39NYC and John Galliano at Maison Margiela explored the concept of protection this season, which took the
form of oversized parkas, roomy overnight bags, heat-blanket dresses and fire-retardant outerwear.
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From Raf Simons’ post-apocalyptic-tinged love letter


to American craft at Calvin Klein 205W39NYC to
Alberta Ferretti’s Westworld-worthy offering, designers pondered
the beauty of rural life in the face of an uncertain future.
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M A X I M A L I S M Clashing prints, psychedelic colour palettes, shimmering textures … designers ramped up
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MICHAEL KORS COLLECTION.


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The A/W 2018 catwalks confirmed that the classic check is going absolutely nowhere.
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WOMEN’S ADVOCATE
As the chair of the newly established
Global Institute for Women’s
Leadership, Gillard is spearheading
progress towards gender parity in
leadership positions. Now based at
King’s College London, she is working NATHALIE KELLEY
to address the causes of women’s under-
ACTOR
representation in a world in which only
23 per cent of parliamentarians, 26 per By Kirstie Clements
cent of news media leaders and 15 per
cent of corporate board members are
female. Gillard, who is the only woman
to have served as prime minister of en I met Australian actor Nat Kelley through
Australia, is collaborating with mutual friend, I admit I was unaware of just
researchers and analysts around the ow successful she had become in LA, landing
world to achieve change in light of the oles in numerous series such as The Vampire
World Economic Forum’s 2017 Global iaries and, more recently, starring as Cristal
Gender Gap Report, which found oot of Dynasty. I was struck not just by her
women remain 217 years from gender smouldering Peruvian/Argentinian beauty, but also by her genuine
equality. – Georgina Safe warmth and clear-eyed approach to dealing with the pressures of
Hollywood. An early and unexpected break launched her career,
RACHEL GRIFFITHS but as she candidly admits, the path is never easy. “When I was in
ACTOR & DIRECTOR my second year of university I lucked out on an audition — they
The actor is saddling up as a director, were looking for the lead in a US pilot and I happened to book
with her debut feature, Ride Like a Girl, this role out of nowhere.That pilot didn’t get picked up, but it did
due out in 2019.The horseracing biopic, get me my agent, my manager and my visa. Three months after
starring Teresa Palmer, tells the story of that, I booked The Fast and the Furious:Tokyo Drift.
Michelle Payne, the first woman to ride “But what happened after was a long period of not getting audi-
a winning horse in the Melbourne Cup. tions because things had happened so quickly for me. In a sense, it
It is also the first project to receive backfired having success so early, and I wasn’t prepared or equipped
special script funding under Screen for rejection. In the past 13 years I’ve lived in the States, I have
Australia’s Gender Matters policy, a new cultivated an ability to transmute the negative experiences into
initiative to promote female filmmakers positive ones. It’s been this unexpected big lesson under all of this.
and stories with a female protagonist. My first step is to have a lot of compassion for myself, be kind to
“I’m having a moment where these myself and nurture myself in order to get back on the horse.The
stories are finding a place to land,” second thing is I treat every challenge as an opportunity for growth.
Griffiths told Deadline Hollywood. That’s the one thing that has enriched my life the most, because it
“Women shouldn’t need permission applies to everything in my life. It’s not just about riding the suc-
to feel empowered to step up. In this cesses. It’s just as important to know how to navigate the lows. I’m
moment I feel it — yeah, step up.” – GS not afraid to look vulnerable. In your twenties, you don’t know
that, because you just want to project an image to people. I’m not
GILLIAN TRIGGS afraid now of my reality and my authenticity.”
HUMAN RIGHTS ADVOCATE Her ability to stay buoyant means Nat also sees great potential in
In her new memoir, Speaking Up,Triggs a post-Harvey Weinstein world. “Harvey Weinstein was an open
urges women and men to move secret. Everyone knew what kind of man he was, and he was one
beyond their comfort zones and work of many. I have felt the discomfort that I’m sure every actress has
towards equality for all. It’s exactly felt when you’re introduced to someone like that and you have to
what she did during her five years grovel. The culture of protecting these men who were abusing
as president of the Australian Human their power is being dismantled, and now we can go into meetings
Rights Commission from 2012 to where there’s no confusion around why we’re there. If we’re at the
2017, during which time she table, it’s because we’re at the table as artists, not because we’re
championed a Bill of Rights and there to bargain with our sexuality.The men who are still operat-
advocated relentlessly for the ing out there are aware they’re being watched and their abuse of
disenfranchised and marginalised. power is no longer going to be tolerated. The gatekeepers are
Currently a vice-chancellor’s fellow at changing — it’s not so much all old white men, it’s women and
the University of Melbourne and chair minorities now.That’s only going to make for more creativity.This
of legal-aid charity Justice Connect, is a very exciting time to be a young actress in Hollywood, or any
Triggs shares in her new book the kind of minority in Hollywood. There’s no confusion as to why
driving forces and values that have I’m there and what I want to bring to the table.”
shaped her life and, through her actions, Kirstie Clements is a fashion expert, author and director of intimates
helped shape the lives of others. – GS store Porte-à-Vie.
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“I treat every challenge as


an opportunity for growth.
That’s the one thing that
has enriched my life
the most, because it applies
to everything.”

Photographed by
HUGH STEWART
NATHALIE KELLEY wears Ellery
top, $995, and pants, $1495.
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Styled by CAROLINE TRAN


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SOPHIE McNEILL
JOURNALIST
After three years reporting on the
TRACEY SPICER Middle East for the ABC, former
JOURNALIST & WOMEN’S ADVOCATE correspondent Sophie McNeill has
By Jacinta Tynan returned to Australia to take up a
position at the network’s Four Corners
program. During her posting, McNeill’s
new Tracey Spicer before I really knew her. She was that newsreader on coverage of the human impact of
hannel Ten with the piercing blue eyes and Veronica Corningstone ’do. conflict won her three Walkleys for her
cast her from afar as aloof and unreachable, although her gargantuan work from Afghanistan, Syria and
n-air smile suggested otherwise. Yemen, and two nominations for her
Then her world came crashing down — well, it seemed that way at the reporting from Mosul, Iraq, and an
ime, vested as she was in the whole TV-woman persona — when she lost Australian Story piece about a nurse in
er plum newsreading gigs, alerted via an email sent from Ten to Tracey’s the besieged town of Madaya in Syria.
gent shortly after she returned from maternity leave with her second “I hope that in a small way these stories
s when I met Tracey for real: slightly broken but putting on a good front made a difference,” she told abc.net.au.
rs are good at that); ego and heart shattered by this unforeseen rug-pulling. “Our excuses have run out.We can’t
I could see it then, and I told her so — that this would be the making of her.This say we didn’t know.” – GS
fiery, principled, sharp-witted woman had never had a chance to express herself in the
restricted confines of commercial television, and suddenly, here was a chance for GENE SHERMAN
reinvention.A channel for her authentic fighter self. GALLERIST & PHILANTHROPIST
She dipped her toe tentatively into this brave new world, writing opinion columns “Culture is an integral part of who we
and speaking her truth on contentious topics such as voluntary euthanasia, religion in are, and if you took it away and just left
schools, feminism and sexism. Restricted from commenting on the Ten episode, she practical living, it would be a disaster.”
left it alone. In public, at least. But in private, it was evident it had scarred her. So says Dr Sherman, who is so
For all her tough-girl exterior,Tracey is someone who cares deeply about others and passionate about the power of design
what they think. She loves large and gives generously. She’s as gentle as she is tough. I’ve and ideas that in 2017 she established
seen her wounded more than once when the sentiment is not reciprocated. She’s a the Sherman Centre for Culture and
woman’s woman, who lifts up others in a bitch-free zone, fuelled at the heart of it all by Ideas as a cultural-exchange platform
an all-consuming abhorrence of injustice. Of any kind. “Oh, love,” she’ll say when for contemporary fashion and
you’re struggling, pulling you in for a hug.“It’s architecture in Australia and overseas.
so unfair.”And if she could fix it, she would. The inaugural 17-day SCCI Fashion
The downside is that Tracey’s open-heart- “Of the 1600-plus Hub program of talks and workshops
edness knows few bounds. She takes on the she held in Sydney in April followed
causes of not just a thousand strangers, but responses she a 30-plus-year career as a gallerist and
also everyone she knows and cares for. Of the philanthropist that was recognised
1600-plus responses she received after she received after she in 2010 when Dr Sherman was made
tweeted a call-out for stories of sexual harass-
ment in the wake of #MeToo, she’s person-
tweeted a call-out a Member of the Order of Australia
for her contribution to culture and
ally responded to almost every one. “You
need to delegate,” I tell her. But she’s not so
for stories of philanthropy. – GS

good at that. She sees it as her duty to hold harassment in the KRISTINA KENEALLY
the hands of the much maligned, I guess LABOR SENATOR FOR NSW
because she knows what it feels like. wake of #MeToo, AND STILLBIRTH AWARENESS
Her latest venture is Now Australia, a plat- CAMPAIGNER
form to support women who’ve suffered she’s personally Keneally began her career as a Labor
workplace harassment and assault, giving senator in April with the announcement
them somewhere to go with their grievances responded to of a senate select committee inquiry
— an opportunity she wishes she’d had.
Since leaving Ten, Tracey has also co-
almost every one.” aimed at preventing 2200 babies being
stillborn in Australia every year.“That
founded the mentoring and networking is six a day in Australia — six babies
groupWomen in Media and the training program OutspokenWomen; hosted talkback a day who die in a stillbirth,” Senator
radio, national news and current affairs shows; delivered a hit TEDx Talk titled “The Keneally told Sky News.“Surely we can
Lady Stripped Bare”; launched a media training company; and published a best-selling do better as a nation.”The former New
book (The Good Girl Stripped Bare), a blushingly candid memoir of her life and career. South Wales premier and Sky News
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She’s also a mum who’s intent on passing her hard-fought lessons onto her son and broadcaster said she intended to lobby
daughter (who both cook and take out the garbage). Not surprisingly, 11-year-old Grace for increased research funding for
became the first girl at her co-ed school to wear pants, relieved to be able to do hand- pregnancy loss and stillbirth, to which
stands with all the freedom of her male classmates.Wonder where she gets that from? she lost her own daughter Caroline
The overly coiffed, repressed woman I first met now gets about in flats and minimal in 1999, as part of the inquiry into
makeup, her greys on show. She’s found her stride as the inadvertent face of Australian how the federal government and the
feminism, who’s still the first to reach out when others are in need. private sector can work together to
Jacinta Tynan is a Sky News presenter, author and columnist. reduce stillbirths. – GS

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KIRSTEN STANISICH
DIRECTOR OF INTERIOR DESIGN, SJB
With an impressive six projects
shortlisted, Stanisich’s firm won the
2017 Belle Coco Republic Interior
Designer of the Year award for its design
ingenuity and sensitivity to client briefs SAMANTHA KERR
across residential, commercial and SOCCER PLAYER
hospitality categories.Whether it’s a By Tara Rushton
compact terraced house or an entire
CBD shopping precinct, Stanisich and
co-director Jonathan Richards always just 24, Sam Kerr is one of Australia’s most
apply a thoughtful and innovative elebrated, decorated and recognisable football
approach when it comes to materials, layers.Actually, scrap that. Athletes.
colour and form.“Good design is about And it’s not just her style on the pitch that
developing a concept that has a purpose hat is, her extraordinary speed and athleticism
and relevance, and then designing the that make the seemingly impossible possible). It’s how she plays
detail to evoke that concept,” says the game: with pure enjoyment, flair, excitement and, of course, a
Stanisich, who also works with the huge smile on her face. Football is fun and exhilarating to watch
Perspectives creative female speakers when Sam is playing. She coolly slots in another match-winning
series.“It has opened a door to a world goal and celebrates with her trademark backflip.
of Australian female role models in the Sam is a natural athlete, and genetics may very well have played
creative sector,” she says. – GS a part in enhancing her freakish ability on the field. Her dad,
Roger, played and coached Aussie rules in her home state of
MARINA AFONINA Western Australia. Her brother Daniel won a premiership with
CREATIVE DIRECTOR, ALBUS LUMEN the West Coast Eagles in 2006.
Afonina launched her Sydney-based In the early days of her representative career with the Matildas,
label when she was struggling to find publications constantly referred to Sam as “Daniel Kerr’s little
pieces that would work on holiday and sister”. But my, how times have changed for theYoung Australian
in the city. But there’s little chance of of theYear (she’s also been named player of the year by the Asian
a vacation any time soon for the editor Football Confederation, Australia’s W-League and America’s
turned stylist turned designer after National Women’s Soccer League). Daniel now has to deal with
Albus Lumen was announced as a a new nickname: Bos (Brother of Sam).
finalist in the 2018/19 International Sam grew up playing with the boys. She played AFL until she
Woolmark Prize, for which Afonina was 11, before crossing over to football, when she and the older
heads to New York this month for the girls (Sam joined the under 15s female team when she was 13)
semifinals of the $200,000 prize.Albus competed weekly against their male counterparts.These matches,
Lumen (meaning ‘white light’ in Latin) she believes, put her in good stead to get where she is today. Her
impressed the IWP’s judging panel with advice for young female footballers? “Stay in the boys’ league —
its minimalist yet confident designs that they will push you to play harder and faster.”
incorporate premium fabrics and And, in fact, it’s the current generation of boys and young men
unique detailing. – GS who realise the talent Sam possesses.They’re the ones waiting for
high-fives, autographs and selfies after a game, stopping her in
NATALIE KING restaurants and even plucking up the courage to knock on the
CURATOR door of her family home in Perth to ask for a kick at the local park
With more than 20 years’ experience in (Sam happily obliges because that’s just the kind of person she is).
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international contemporary art, King Sam is truly a rare talent, who transcends gender in sport and
has unrivalled expertise when it comes whose influence on and off the pitch has enabled the women’s
PHOTOGRAPHED BY JEAN CLAUDE DHIEN. STYLED BY AUBREE SMITH.

to the cultural sector. As curator of the game in this country, and the popularity of the Matildas, to shift
Australian Pavilion at the 2017 Venice into the mainstream.There’s still a way to go, but Sam is comfort-
Biennale, King oversaw the first solo able with that. “You’re never going to change everyone’s views,
exhibition there by an Indigenous and we are not asking for everyone to say it’s the same standard
Australian artist with Tracey Moffatt: and spectacle [as the men’s game],” she says.“We’re just asking for
My Horizon, and is currently people to be respectful, because we give up our lives to do this.”
enterprise professor at the Victorian One day, when women and men compete on a level playing
College of the Arts at The University field, we will look back with gratitude at trailblazers such as Sam
of Melbourne. She works tirelessly to Kerr for getting us there. Until then, Queen Kerr has her sights set
support Australian artists and promote on the pinnacle (no,not her dream dinner with Cristiano Ronaldo,
the value of creativity and the visual Beyoncé and Sam’s nanna, who’s a big Beyoncé fan): winning the
arts in our country.“I’m inspired by Women’s World Cup in France next year and showing the rest of
artists as they are guardians of the the world that the Matildas, and Sam herself, are no flash in the
imagination and help us to dream the pan, but exactly where they deserve to be — world number one.
world awake,” she says. – GS Tara Rushton is a presenter for Fox Sports Australia.

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SAMANTHA KERR
wears Calvin Klein
205W39NYC
dress, $1165, from
mytheresa.com;
Max Mara shoes,
price on application;
Tiffany & Co.
bracelet, $10,200.

“You’re never going to change everyone’s views. We’re just asking for
people to be respectful, because we give up our lives to do this.”
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MICHELLE LAW wears


EEN YEARS SUCK, but they sucked
Dion Lee dress, $1690, especially hard for my sister Michelle.
from mychameleon.com.au. Besides being abandoned by her older
BEAUTY NOTE: Estée
siblings, who’d left home for uni (sorry),
Lauder Pure Color Love
Liquid Lip in Sharp Cookie. leaving her to weather our parents’
divorce alone (sorry again), Michelle was
also dealing with something unexpected:
out.Alopecia areata — the autoimmune
condition where your immune system attacks your hair
follicles — meant the bathtub at home started filling up
with Michelle’s hair. Girls she counted as friends started
bullying her. People thought she had cancer.
And yet, Michelle was still capable of laughing about
it all. When I visited her on weekends, she’d show me
joke poems she’d been writing on the computer.
Instead of reciting them herself, she’d make our old
brick of a PC recite them with its disembodied, robotic
Stephen Hawking voice.“All around me / people stare
/ god I wish I had some hair.”
Surely being able to laugh at something so grim is a
sign of resilience.What Michelle’s done with her writ-
ing ever since is share her resilience with others. Her
2013 TEDx Talk on alopecia, “A Bald Woman’s Guide
to Survival”, has been viewed more than 50,000 times
worldwide. Her debut play, Single Asian Female — about
the secrets and struggles of three female members of a
Chinese-Australian family — sold out at Brisbane’s La
Boite theatre. Asian-Australian girls and women —
some who’d never set foot in a theatre before — queued
up for tickets with parents, partners and friends, before
leaving the theatre streaked with happy tears. It sold out
Sydney’s Belvoir the following year.
Now Michelle has turned her attention to TV,
co-creating and co-starring in Homecoming Queens, SBS
On Demand’s first original series. A black comedy
about female friendship, sexuality and chronic illness
(because, honestly, what’s funnier?), it’s already one of
the most critically acclaimed Australian comedies of
2018. Next up: working on the feature film adaptation
of Laurinda, fellow Asian-Australian writer Alice Pung’s
award-winning young adult novel.
Ask Michelle if she has a mission statement and she
always comes back to this:“To be a young Asian woman
living in Australia is inherently political and that infil-
trates my work.” From early on, Michelle keenly
understood that in this country, you have no choice but
to be political with your art, when powerful people
constantly politicise your life.
Beyond that, what I really admire about Michelle’s
work is how it makes people feel seen, whether it’s
women with alopecia or young Asian-Australian women.
Like all good storytellers, Michelle makes vulnerable
people feel braver through her stories.They reassure peo-
MICHELLE LAW ple they’re not crazy for being angry at the world.They
WRITER & SCREENWRITER challenge misogyny, racism and white supremacy. The
By Benjamin Law fact she can make everyone laugh while doing this seri-
ous work? Well, that just makes me resent her — deeply
and passionately — like any good older brother should.
Benjamin Law is a writer and presenter.

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SHARMAN STONE wears


Carla Zampatti jacket, $969;
Hanro camisole, $135;
Ryan Storer earrings, $432;
her own ring and watch.
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Pure Color Envy Sculpting
Blush in Sensuous Rose.

M GOING TO GET WEEPY,”


harman Stone says as she raises
er hand, glistening with Art
eco jewellery, to her face.
eeing this former farmer
urned politician turned diplo-
at shed a tear is unusual. Surely
ssador for women and girls, who
spends most of her time aiding develop-
ing Indo-Pacific communities, doesn’t cry
at work? “Of course not,” she says, wiping
her eyes, but recalling her fight for wom-
en’s rights in Australia throughout the late
1990s and early 2000s, when she helped
overturn the ban on the abortion drug SHARMAN STONE
RU486, continues to impact her deeply.
AMBASSADOR FOR WOMEN & GIRLS
“I’ve still got the scars,” the grand-
mother of 11 says, laughing gently, of her By Jenna Clarke
20-year political career, in which she was
a thorn in the sides of most of her con-
servative colleagues from 1996 until she retired in 2016 and was tion was if you put this product into the market you would sud-
appointed ambassador by Foreign Minister Julie Bishop. denly see women aborting their babies instead of playing tennis.”
She cut her teeth in John Howard’s government, in which she She added that debates with her “wily and noisy” opponents
served as minister for workforce participation and was the parlia- were nothing compared with the plight of many women she
mentary secretary for finance before becoming a member of the witnessed in her regional Victorian electorate and other remote
Coalition’s shadow ministry who consistently agitated for more areas, many of whom didn’t have easy access to surgical abortions.
female representation in Parliament. “I was a feminist who wore “One of the very first who was able to access it was a very, very
cheesecloth even though I got married at 19 and had three chil- young girl from my area who didn’t have the means to go to
dren,” she says. Her greatest achievement, though, came with bipar- Melbourne for a procedure. She didn’t have the support to also face
tisan support from former shadow health going through that number of demonstrating
minister Julia Gillard, as Dr Stone cam- men and women outside those clinics, who
paigned loudly and successfully to have the
“I was a feminist were going to wave posters, take photos and
10-year ban of the abortion pill lifted.“It was
an extremely difficult situation,” she recalls.
who wore cheesecloth abuse her. It was all worth it,” she says, as
fresh tears well in her warm eyes.
“The prime minister John Howard, I want even though I got Data from the Australian Institute of
to thank him for allowing a conscience vote, Health and Welfare suggests about 80,000
but he was against the motion and he wished married at 19 and abortions take place in Australia each year
PHOTOGRAPHED BY HUGH STEWART. SHARMAN STONE’S
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to go with the idea of keeping this product (this figure has been disputed by the ABC,
out of the country. But we won the vote.” had three children.” among others, citing a recent decline).
That was in spite of being t by then According to Dr Stone, after the success of
health minister Tony Abbott (who supported the ban) to “take a the 2006 vote, it took another decade for medical abortion, which
cold shower” when she threatened to cross the floor and vote can now be done at home by taking two pills over two days, to be
against her party during the historic RU486 private members’ accepted and adopted by the pharmaceutical industry and medi-
bill vote in 2006. “In the House of Representatives, we had a cal profession. The delay was due to an “extremely strong lobby
significant amount of ‘coalitionists’ who didn’t agree with a who were against women having a choice when it came to their
woman’s right to choose, and also some on the Labor side who reproductive health,” she says.
had strong convictions that this product would be the thin edge “Australia is in a pretty good place at the minute, but we’ve got
of the wedge,” she says.“There were a lot of wild calculations of to be ever vigilant and never, never, ever let the rights of women,
how many abortions were happening in Australia. The sugges- and their male partners, be eroded.”

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NICKY OATLEY
BRAND MANAGER, HAMILTON ISLAND
Nicky Oatley is the custodian of a
paradise of crystal waters, yachts and
luxury resorts.As the granddaughter of
the late billionaire Bob Oatley, she is
responsible for the tourism powerhouse
that Hamilton Island is today, with
attractions including luxury resort Qualia
and the annual Hamilton Island Race
Week.When that tropical idyll was
shattered after Cyclone Debbie TAMARA RALPH
devastated Hamilton Island in March COUTURIER
2017, Oatley showed she could do grit as
well as glamour when she went to work
By Michael Russo
immediately with her team and was able
to reopen the island in just over a week. amara and I met by chance when we literally bumped into each
“We promised we could come back other on the Kings Road and, after I apologised for nearly
better and stronger after being battered knocking her over, we naturally bonded over our native accents.
by Cyclone Debbie, and we did,” she We started working together very quickly after that — with
wrote on Instagram in January. – GS Tamara’s talent as a fourth-generation couturier and my business
background, it made perfect sense to both of us to start a brand
HANNAH GADSBY together. That obviously meant spending vast amounts of time
COMEDIAN hat time, our mutual respect and admiration grew and we fell for
When the Tasmanian-born comedian each other (also, have you seen her?!).
took the stage at New York’s SoHo Initially, neither of us had even one fashion contact within London, so those
Playhouse in March with her one- first few years were mainly spent researching and strategising before we officially
woman show Nanette, The NewYork Times launched in 2010. From the very beginning, creating a global luxury brand has
heralded her performance as “a riveting been our shared goal.While Paris will always be the home of couture and we are
New York debut … that announces a hugely respectful of that, we made the decision to launch in London.The city had
major new voice”.While Gadsby had become our home, but it also made sense to establish our atelier in a fashion
honed her brand of self-deprecating capital where this offering had not
lesbian comedy over more than a decade previously been accessible. Of course, it
of stand-up in Europe and Australia, in felt like a risk, but we are very fortunate “Tamara is wildly
the wake of the #MeToo movement, to have now established a global network
Nanette hit a particular chord, calling out of clientele who regularly visit London. talented and
the likes of Harvey Weinstein, Louis C.K. Being invited to show on the official
and Bill Clinton.The show has been schedule of the Chambre Syndicale [de la unapologetically
picked up by Netflix. – GS Haute Couture, under the Fédération de
la Haute Couture et de la Mode] in 2014
driven; much like
CLOTHILDE BULLEN has been one of the brand’s greatest acco- the Ralph & Russo
CURATOR lades to date and can be accredited to a
Clothilde Bullen is presently scouring variety of factors such as strategy, ingenu- muse, she is a truly
the nation for leading contemporary ity and teamwork. However, I strongly
artists as part of her role as co-curator of believe that Tamara’s diligence was the empowered
The National 2019: New Australian Art, true driving force in securing this achieve-
opening on March 30 next year at the ment. She is wildly talented and unapolo- and multifaceted
PHOTOGRAPHED BY RALPH & RUSSO. HAIR BY JESSICA POLETTO AT NEVILLE

Art Gallery of New South Wales, getically driven; much like the Ralph &
woman.”
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Carriageworks and the Museum of Russo muse, she is a truly empowered and
Contemporary Art Australia.A Wardandi multifaceted woman, and it’s that which
Aboriginal woman with English/French I believe has enabled such meteoric growth for the company, taking Ralph &
heritage, Bullen is also curator of Russo from the confines of our living room and presenting it to the world. In
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander turn,Tamara is constantly inspired by the world around her; she loves exploring
collections and exhibitions at the MCA, other cultures and innovative spaces. She is mindful of current news and events,
where she is currently planning a “black and the ways in which these can influence new trends.There is a sketchbook in
and queer” exhibition at the museum as every room of our home for whenever she feels a flash of creativity!
part of her commitment to women’s and There are multiple factors that set Tamara’s designs apart.When creating a collec-
Indigenous rights. One of two First tion, she always considers the female form; exploring the ways in which femininity
Nations curators selected from the MCA and the modern woman coexist and complement each other, while staying true to
for the 57th Venice Biennale in 2017, our brand pillars of quality, craftsmanship and innovative design. Each and every
Bullen said at the time:“It is critical to collection embodies this in its own way, though the inspiration and purpose, much
have Indigenous arts workers participate like our business, is constantly evolving.There is never a dull moment.
fully in the experience.” – GS Michael Russo is co-founder of the label Ralph & Russo.

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TAMARA RALPH
wears her own top
and pants.
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he NewYorkTimes called it first. Lune, a bak-


ery in Melbourne, is turning out the best
croissants in the world. Queues to taste one
of the flaky, golden creations snaked around
the corner of a Fitzroy warehouse each
morning, despite the reliably unforgiving
Melburnian weather. More extraordinary
on of the fans and the hailstorm of media
attention was the story of the woman behind the baking.
Kate Reid was 13 when she decided she wanted to be an
engineer; more specifically, she wanted to be the first
female technical director of a Formula One racing team.
She completed a five-year aerospace degree and worked
stints at Volkswagen and Ford before accepting a role as a
junior aerodynamicist at Williams F1 in the UK. But Kate
was confronted with a harsh reality: after years of hard
work and single-minded devotion to achieving her career
goals, she realised her dream job was not as fulfilling as she
had hoped. She found the work intense, isolating, repetitive
and almost completely devoid of the creativity and team
camaraderie she had imagined.
Much has been written about her journey from here to
starting Lune Croissanterie in 2012, but what most profiles
neglect to mention is the tremendous emotional and physi-
cal battle she fought to get there. Kate’s unhappiness at work
and the disintegration of her childhood dream led to a deep
and debilitating depression. She began to fixate on her
weight, the only thing she could control, and commenced
a serious and scarring battle with anorexia nervosa.
After four difficult years and a period at home with her
family, Kate’s journey to recovery began with working a few
hours a day making cakes and pastries at a local cafe. It was
during this period that her Sliding Doors moment happened.
One afternoon, after finishing her shift, she found herself at
home with a new coffee-table book about Parisian patisse-
ries. She opened the book to a double-page photo of a stack
of pains au chocolat at Parisian boulangerie Du Pain et des
Idées. Hypnotised by their perfection, she closed the book,
walked to the travel agent and booked a ticket to Paris.
You might say the rest is history, but Kate’s journey from
that moment is extraordinary in every way. A formally
untrained baker, she nevertheless secured an apprenticeship
at Du Pain et des Idées and learnt the craft. Back at home,
she took the technical skills from her background in engi-
neering and used them to elevate what she’d learnt. Initially
KATE REID baking and selling from a tiny shopfront, she immediately
BAKER cut a swathe through the noisy Melbourne food scene.
By Sarah Oakes And those long queues began to form.
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Kate is not only a visionary, she’s also a pioneer, an inno-


PHOTOGRAPHED BY HUGH STEWART. KATE REID’S

vator and, more than anything else, a warrior. She trampled


and conquered her demons and found sweet and spectac-
ular success along the way.
Sarah Oakes is editor of Australian Gourmet Traveller.

KATE REID wears Scanlan Theodore


jumpsuit, $550; Stuart Weitzman
shoes, $695; her own necklace.
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Black Primer mascara.
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BRI LEE wears Romance


Was Born top, $760;
Ryan Storer earrings, $432.
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Estée Lauder Modern Muse
eau de parfum.

IN THIS PORTFOLIO:
hair by Keiren Street at
Vivien’s Creative; makeup
by Peter Beard at The
Artist Group. Hugh Stewart
is represented by B&A.
Prices approximate.
See Buylines for stockists.

BRI LEE
AUTHOR AND
JUSTICE CAMPAIGNER
By Alison Kubler

’s hard to believe I’ve only known Bri Lee for two years, During our first meeting, she quietly mentioned the book she
uch is the depth of our relationship.When we speak, it’s was writing (while also writing freelance features). When I asked
s though we’ve known each other forever. Bri is what the book was about she replied,“Oh, it’s a memoir.” I confess
ossessed of a self-assuredness I’m quite sure I never had I wasn’t sure she had lived long enough to write a memoir. How
t her age. Simply put, she’s quite unlike anyone I have wrong I was. Fast-forward to May 2018 when Eggshell Skull
ver met. How did we meet? Well, in one of those launched with a glowing cover endorsement from Helen Garner.
erendipitous moments that fate sometimes affords, we If you only read one book this year, it should be this one. It’s so
wn together as mentor and mentee through the much more than a memoir. It’s a brave and excoriating self-exam-
Melbourne fashion festival. In this context, I was the mentor, but ination of Bri’s past and how she came to terms with childhood
I’m quite sure now the relationship should have been inverted. abuse — a truth she was forced to reckon with through her expo-
A brief meeting with Bri was enough to tell me that there was sure to the accumulated sorrows of trials witnessed while working
little I could teach this accomplished writer, whose work had as a judge’s associate fresh out of law school. I couldn’t put it down.
already been published in several esteemed journals. I quickly I marvelled at my friend’s fortitude, how she marshalled her rage
learnt that I should instead listen, and, some two years later, I’m and fear with the determinedness to tell her own story. I railed
still listening and learning, because Bri is whip-smart. Did I against her abuser and I cried a little, too. Bri Lee is a woman to
mention she’s also qualified to practise law? Although she doesn’t, watch because she’s doing things her way.This is just the beginning.
because she’s too busy writing the laws for her own life. Alison Kubler is a writer and curator.

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Lara in Los Angeles;


plus: the power
of a truly wearable
wardrobe; and
how ‘ugly fashion’
went mainstream
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Photographed by
DARREN McDONALD
Lara Worthington wears
Balenciaga dress, $3475; Céline
earrings (worn throughout),
price on application.
Styled by NAOMI SMITH
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Photographed by DARREN McDONALD

We’ve always known


L ARA W ORTHINGTON was more
than just a pretty face. According
to her friend P HOEBE T ONKIN ,
she’s also a secret nerd, an
inimitable force of female energy
and a wonder mum. Here, the
two Aussies turned Angelenos
talk female inspiration, spiritual
nourishment and never,
ever crying (except on planes)
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Lara Worthington wears


Gucci cape, price on application,
dress, $8840, and shoes, $1075;
Céline earrings (worn throughout),
price on application.
Styled by NAOMI SMITH
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t’s 5.15pm on a picture-


perfect Wednesday afternoon in Los Angeles and
Lara Worthington looks as if she’s in her element.
The model/creative director/beauty entrepreneur
and mother of three-year-old Rocket and one-
year-old Racer has just settled back on a sunlounger
with a tall iced water in hand. Admittedly, this is
classified as work, but when your close girlfriend
the Australian actor Phoebe Tonkin is interviewing
you in her sun-drenched back garden, there are
more bonuses than one.For starters:complimentary
face masks. Plus,Worthington has scored a rare free
pass from the dreaded witching hour back home,
just a short drive away.When that involves two boys
under four, who could blame her for delighting in
the escape? Although Lara’s marriage to actor Sam
Worthington makes it appear she leads an A-list
existence, this current life phase doesn’t allow her
to experience LA’s nightlife. It’s more about long
days spent at Griffith Park, trampoline centres,
toddler dance classes and playgroups, trying to
wear out her boys.The 31-year-old seems blissfully
fulfilled, though she does also seem to be soaking
in every second of solitude …
Twenty-nine-year-oldTonkin, armed with a page
of questions and also smothered in a face mask, was
appointed interviewer by BAZAAR for various
reasons.BothWorthington andTonkin were raised in
Sydney (Worthington, Cronulla; Tonkin, Mosman)
and now call LA home.Both women are accustomed
to challenging the preconceptions others have
about them (Tonkin recently earned serious-actor
cred for her lead role in the SBS drama Safe Harbour
after years of being cast in fantasy-character roles,
while former It girl Worthington is relishing her
role as a mother.) And something else: both women
possess highly developed social consciences. Gun
control, gender equality, #TimesUp, gay rights —
if there’s a way they can use their profiles to bring
awareness to a cause (and the time and the place
are right) they’ll happily do so. – E UGENIE K ELLY
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Nina Ricci dress, $3907, and bra,


price on application; Worthington’s
own rings (worn throughout).
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PHOEBE TONKIN: Hi, Lara. I’ve never done this before!


And with a friend ...
LARA WORTHINGTON: Oh, come on!You’re the actress.
PT: That doesn’t make me a journalist! Anyway, this is
Harper’s BAZAAR’s Visionary Women issue.To me, you’re
a visionary woman.What’s your definition of visionary?
LW: It’s someone who is brave, creative and who follows
their dreams. Someone innovative.
PT: You told me before that this new life you have in
LA has made you realise you’re surrounded by visionary
women.Who are they?
LW: You! For starters, you’re sitting in front of me right
now conducting this interview, wearing a skincare mask.
PT: I’m multitasking. I’m in journalist mode and taking
care of my skin at the same time.
LW: Seriously, I think we get along so well because you’re
real and authentic. I like to think I’m the same, so that’s
why we connect. But it’s also my mum, my grandma, my
best friends, teachers at school, other mothers I’ve met
since having children.
PT: Is it important to have a strong network of mums
around you right now?
LW: As a mum, you can doubt yourself, so it’s good to
talk to others going through the same thing. But it’s also
important to step out of the mum bubble and have other
friends to talk to, just to get a different perspective on
things. I have a greater group of women around me here
in LA than ever before.There are real similarities between
Australia and LA. I feel at ease here.

Halpern top, pants


and boots, all price
on application.
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Céline jumper, $1600,


and sunglasses, $510.
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Gucci dress, $12,695,


and shoes, $1075.
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“As a mum, you can


doubt yourself,
so it’s good to talk
to others going
through the same
thing. But it’s
also important
to step out of the
mum bubble.”
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Opposite page, top: Gucci


dress, $12,695. Below: Erdem
dress, $17,380. his page:
Myra Swim swimsuit, $130.
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Jacquemus dress and belt,


both price on application.
BEAUTY NOTE:
Estée Lauder Pure Color
Envy Deining Eye
Shadow in Naked Gold.
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PT: Both of us grew up in Australia, so I always knew


who you were, but I’ve loved getting to know you better.
What you’ve done as a businesswoman, in creating The
Base, you’ve proven you’re not just a pretty face.The
number of times you call me or text me and you’re sitting
at the library working — that’s a side people never see.
It’s cool that you don’t try to force people to see it; that’s
what’s authentic about you.You have a nerdy, hard-working
side, but you don’t care about proving to people that you
are that person.A few months ago, we had the chance
to protest together at the Women’s March in LA and you
shared several stories from the day on your social media
platforms. Have the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements
impacted you personally?
LW: That was my first time going to a march. I found it
empowering to be able to do that, to actually really get
behind something.This is a unique moment in history and
we find strength in numbers.Women around the globe are
standing up for themselves and speaking out.Their voices,
their bodies, their power. Did you know that feminism
was the word of the year in 2017 — the word looked up
the most in online dictionaries? That’s huge.
PT: I find it really funny that people are only now standing
up and identifying as feminist.You and I have always
considered ourselves that. But for others, there have been
negative associations. For me, feminism is about equality.
It’s about standing up for people to have equal chances
and choices. Lara, are there any heroines or artists you
look up to when it comes to paving the way for women?
LW: [Canadian basketball player] Andrea Constand is
amazing. I learnt more about her when I watched a
recent Dateline episode on [her and] Bill Cosby. So many
women accused him of sexual assault, but her allegations
proved critical in bringing him to justice. I watched that
with my husband and just found her so empowering.
Emma González, the high-school senior from Parkland,
Florida, who has become an activist for gun control [after
17 people were killed during a shooting at her school,
Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, in February].
And [international law and human rights barrister] Amal
Clooney. She’s so much more than George Clooney’s
wife — I find her inspiring.
PT: With girls like González, you realise the youth
today hold so much power.This generation are educated,
savvy and opinionated.When I was in high school, this
wasn’t championed — we all held pretty uniform views.
Although nominating Emma Watson as an inspiring
female is pretty clichéd, she used her profile and gave
a really inspiring speech [at the UN] that brought a
fresh perspective to the feminist movement. She made
you feel like you could express your opinions.
So, you’re into documentaries — what about books
and podcasts?
LW: I listen to a lot of podcasts while I’m driving. I like
Goop’s — they talk about everything from your body
to sex, to your relationship with your mum.And I’m
into How I Built This and that kind of discussion.At the
other end of the spectrum, I find crime-story podcasts
like Trace:Who Killed Maria James? captivating. I also like
Lena Dunham’s Lenny Letter.
PT: Where are you at with Instagram and social media?
LW: I don’t know. I feel that as I get older, the less
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Louis Vuitton top and pants,


both price on application.
Opposite page: Balenciaga dress,
$3475; Gucci shoes, $1075.
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“My twenties were


about travel,
parties, exploring,
less responsibility.
My thirties feel
more about routine
and are more
grounded.”
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people know about me, the better. I still always be a nomadic family, which I by girls on the street these days, too.
use Instagram, but I’ve stopped posting like. But my star sign is Cancer — just I don’t really mind as much as I used
too much about my life — just work like you, Phoebe.We’re homebodies — to. I wear a version of the same kind
stuff.To be honest, I don’t know if it we wear our shell on our back.We’re of thing every day.You do that too.
bores me — maybe I’m over Instagram, protective of ourselves.And we want PT: I love the vibe of this BAZAAR
or is it because I have my family and it to go away, and want to go home. shoot — it feels so different to what
feels like I’m wasting time? PT: We don’t cry. I’ve never seen you cry. you’ve done before.
PT: Speaking of family, I know you LW: Oh, I cry on planes watching LW: LA is one of those cities that feels
very well and you’re extremely private, movies. But that’s the altitude! And I totally different at night. It’s so sunny
especially when it comes to your kids. cried during Meghan Markle’s wedding. and light all the time during the day.
How does the paparazzi culture differ But I don’t cry over big things. When it’s dark, and the street- and car
here in LA compared with Australia? PT: I personally find LA, when I’m here lights, neon signs and lit-up billboards
LW: Privacy is a choice.You can choose too long, to be really hard, overwhelming take over, it completely alters the mood.
to go to the places where you know you and even claustrophobic.What are your Sunset [Boulevard] in the quieter areas,
might get photographed and there are tips for spiritual nourishment to keep or darker streets in the [Hollywood]
going to be other people in the industry yourself sane? Hills feel like a movie scene — even a
there, but that’s your decision. I don’t LW: Korean bath houses! I get a scrub little eerie — which I love.We shot over
really notice the paparazzi here.They and do yoga or hot Pilates.There are two days.This shoot is easily one of
are stealth! I’m just a little fish in a big so many different classes on offer in LA. my favourites and we worked past 1am
sea here, so I just go about my day. I also do painting, pottery, Colour Me to get what we needed.
In Australia, when I was younger, it really Mine. I’ve started cross-stitching — it’s [Sighs] Can I just lie here a little
affected me, but now — maybe I’ve just actually difficult! bit longer?
grown up — it’s not about me. I have my PT: What about fashion? Where do you PT: You’re avoiding witching hour.
family to protect. Maybe I’ve learnt from glean style inspiration these days? LW: Don’t mind me.You’re going out
mistakes I made when I was younger. LW: The usual icons. Phoebe Philo, the with friends tonight, right?
My twenties were about travel, parties, Olsen twins, Lauren Hutton. I’ve always PT: You can help me get dressed.
exploring, less responsibility. My thirties liked Chloë Sevigny. Some of the things LW: OK, but I think I’ll just hang out
feel more about routine and are more she’s worn I wish I could wear, but I’m here a little bit longer. And then home.
grounded. We travel a lot — we will probably not game enough. I get inspired To the madness.

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Opposite page: Saint Laurent


by Anthony Vaccarello blouse,
$6235, and shorts, $3185. his
page: Gucci dress, $8840. Prices
approximate. Hair by Christian
Marc at Forward Artists;
makeup by Peter Beard at he
Artist Group; manicure by
Jacqueline Yekikan at Opus
Beauty. hanks to Flower Ave for
production. Darren McDonald
is represented by he Artist
Group. See Buylines for stockists.
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Chloé dress, price on


application; Alighieri
earring, $615. Opposite
page: Balenciaga jumper,
$1340, skirt, $1775,
and boots, $2265; Ryan
Storer earring, $380.
Styled by
CAROLINE TRAN
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EVERYDAY,

ELEVATED
Reality check: that
sparkly confection
you just clicked
on probably won’t
get much airtime
IRL. This season,
invest in effortlessly
wearable wonders
that are anything
but basic. Genius is
in the details
Photographed by
HANNAH
SCOTT-STEVENSON
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Salvatore Ferragamo jacket,


$2590, and pants, $1025;
Matin T-shirt, $280; Tifany
& Co. necklace, $9250.
Opposite page: Calvin Klein
205W39NYC shirt, top and
pants, all price on application.
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Opposite page: Victoria Beckham dress,


$3858; Loewe earrings, $695.
his page: Chanel jacket, $11,910, and
skirt, $8320; Céline boots, $2100.
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Hermès shirt, $4225, and skirt,


$8450; Céline boots, $2100;
Sophie Buhai earrings, $850,
from mychameleon.com.au.
Opposite page: Albus Lumen
jacket, $790; Albus Lumen x
Ryan Storer earring, $280.
FRAGRANCE NOTE: Marc
Jacobs Decadence eau de parfum.
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Opposite page: Christopher Esber


dress, $990; Loewe earrings, $445.
his page: Loewe dress, $3890,
and boots, $980; Alighieri earrings,
$422. Prices approximate. Model:
Clare Crawford at IMG Models.Hair
by Michele McQuillan at M.A.P;
makeup by Gillian Campbell at he
Artist Group. Hannah Scott-Stevenson
is represented by Artboxblack.
See Buylines for stockists.
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THE

With designers trying to out-fugly each other


at the A/W 2018 collections, J AMIE H UCKBODY
GETTY IMAGES; JASON LLOYD-EVANS

checks in with some of the industry’s most


influential buyers and creatives to get their take
on the so-bad-it’s-good phenomenon
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OPPOSITE PAGE: BACKSTAGE AT GUCCI


A/W 2018. THIS PAGE, CLOCKWISE FROM
TOP: MARINE SERRE; MARINE SERRE; LOEWE;
GUCCI; VETEMENTS; VETEMENTS; PRADA;
CALVIN KLEIN 205W39NYC, ALL A/W 2018.
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FASHION IS DEEP IN THE THROES OF A LOVE AFFAIR have failed to take diversity into consideration,” says Darren Black,
WITH UGLY. What started out as a risqué flirtation with the the London-based photographer whose Instagram account,
mundane (laundry-bag-inspired separates for Céline A/W 2013) @darren_black, has become a showcase for fashion’s most provoc-
and the strictly off-limits (Christopher Kane’s furry-trim/jewel- ative new faces. “It’s about the freedom to be ‘ugly’ and to be cel-
encrusted Crocs) has blossomed into a fully fledged movement ebrated for it. ‘Ugly’ faces and ‘ugly’ bodies wearing ‘ugly’ clothes
that is revolutionising the very notion of luxury. Cue A/W all put together in this bricolage style that we have seen champi-
2018’s ultimate accessory: a prosthetic head à la Gucci; Vetements’ oned at Gucci and most recently at Burberry — when all these
Little Edie-goes-grunge mashups, and Jonathan Anderson’s ingredients are mixed together, they create a new way of being and
crafty dissonance both at his eponymous label and Loewe. seeing for a generation hell-bent on redefining gender and beauty.”
“I sometimes think to myself, ‘Are the designers taking the Buscema agrees: “No rules means that it’s no longer a case of
piss?’” says Kathleen Buscema, womenswear buyer at Harrolds. ‘this is for men’ and ‘that is for women’. The ‘ugly’ trend is gen-
“But it’s cool — fashion is just having a laugh.” derless. And the fact that there are no rules is exciting — our
Because how else would you explain the industry’s ongoing clients get to have fun creating their own version of themselves
obsession with the disposable carrier bag as luxury accessory (this any which way they feel comfortable.”
season it appeared in clear and baby blue plastic at Burberry); the For millennials exploring fashion’s dressing-up box, this means
fugly shoe (more about those in a bit) and the kind of outfits that a revival of clothing previously relegated to the naughty step:
look as if they’ve been put together in a kilo sale? “The shift to the chavtastic Burberry baseball caps, ’80s-style sportswear, dad-fit
absurd or weird or ‘ugly’ is more relatable to the millennial gener- jeans, bumbags (am I the only one who can’t bring themselves to
ation’s idea of street cool,” Buscema continues. “It’s a zone call them ‘fanny packs’ like they do in the US?) and clodhopper
they feel comfortable in. It’s their protest. It’s their anarchy.” shoes; all wrapped up with ad-hoc styling references to other
Indeed, if you scratch the surface of these sartorial she- youthquake moments such as punk and hip-hop. “The
nanigans, you’ll find a serious commentary on the diffi- themes of youth and subculture are a rich seam of inspiration
cult questions relating to current protest movements, for many designers this season,” says Natalie Kingham,
such as: what does it mean to be sexy in the era of fashion and buying director at Matchesfashion.com.
#MeToo?; what do we consider real beauty in “We saw Calvin Klein, Gucci and Marine Serre
a social-mediascape saturated with retouched embrace this trend with the clash of cultures,
and filtered imagery?; and what can be textures and colours. It’s all about
trusted in a post-truth world in which DOLCE &
confidently mixing fabrics and moods, and
the boundary between fact and fiction is GABBANA embracing colour and print with playful
A/W 2018.
blurred to buggery? self-assurance. It should all be worn with
“Fashion’s current celebration of the conviction for a luxe take on rule-breaking.”
‘ugly’ comes partly from our desire for Of course, the easiest way to brave any
authenticity — there’s nothing more real challenging fashion trend (and ugly, by
than ugly — and partly as a reaction its very nature, will always be challenging)
against outdated beauty standards that is to start with a shoe. “The so-called

BACKSTAGE AT
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PRADA
A/W 2018.

J.W.ANDERSON
A/W 2018.
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‘ugly sneaker’ has already influenced the chunkier, Buffalo-style Kawakubo [of Comme des Garçons] and Miuccia Prada have
shoe that was a major trend on the A/W 2018 runways,” Kingham built their careers on constantly challenging the status quo and
assures us. “Some of the best were at Junya Watanabe and continue to push us into uncomfortable fashion territory.”
Vetements.” (Any doubters out there as to the viability of Demna In many ways, Prada is the mother of the new ugly, her
Gvasalia’s latest offering — Michelin Man sneakers on steroids signature clash of 1950s bourgeoisie prissiness and hi-tech, man-
— would do well to remember that his $1100 made fabrics providing a framework within
triple-decker Crocs for Balenciaga sold out in which she conducts a ongoing conversation
New York before they were even released, and about feminism and femininity. (Her first
that Balenciaga’s Triple S ‘dad trainers’ have collection, in 1988, was slammed by critics for
quickly assimilated into mainstream footwear.) being ugly and drab.)
But leave it to Christopher Kane to take “I have never, ever done something I didn’t
things to the next level. Teaming up with believe in or to make people look silly. I am
orthopaedic footwear brand Z-CoiL, Kane this respectful to the customer and people,” Mrs
season took shoes known for their sprung heels Prada told me a few years back, musing on the
(which act as shock absorbers) and gave them a point at which ugly becomes beautiful or
dusting of crystals. “I don’t follow trends — we beautiful becomes ugly. “In fact, I think that
create trends, and that’s part of being in the everything I do should be functional and
luxury market,” says Kane, who has always make sense. I like my work when there is a
challenged the boundary between good and connection to reality. Fashion should be wear-
bad taste. “I don’t want to be putting something able — after all, it is fashion, not art.”
out there that’s ‘on-trend’ … you want to For A/W 2018, Mrs P. sent out graffiti-effect
produce something people don’t know they want … and cocktail dresses and acid-flecked tweeds all worn with
put something out that’s like, ‘What the fuck is that?’” protective fluorescent drawstring gaiters at the shin and
Which is what we all thought when we saw those shoes. shown against a nocturnal cityscape backdrop with neon
The simple truth is whenever something radically Prada signs that were equal parts Las Vegas and The Fifth
different comes along, it requires a period of adjustment. Element. As the last look trotted by — a shocking-pink
“Newness is often very uncomfortable,” says Angela sleeveless padded anorak — I couldn’t help but
Radcliffe, the Auckland-born model turned think of Diana Vreeland, the onetime BAZAAR
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personal stylist who, as one half of Radcliffe & editrix who was fond both of that particular hue
Sciamma, takes fashion’s more extreme trends and that silhouette, which had echoes of
and makes them work for a discerning luxury Balenciaga’s sack dresses.“A little bad taste is like a
clientele.“Look at any radical designer who has nice splash of paprika.We all need a splash
changed the way we dress, from Paul Poiret of bad taste — it’s hearty, it’s healthy, it’s
and Coco Chanel to Pierre Cardin and physical,” she famously quipped. “I think
Vivienne Westwood: they all faced criticism we could use more of it. No taste
because they were ahead of their time. Rei is what I’m against.”
GUCCI
A/W 2018.

BACKSTAGE AT
GUCCI A/W 2018.

MARINE SERRE
A/W 2018.

VETEMENTS
A/W 2018.

DOLCE & GABBANA


A/W 2018.
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EUGENIE KELLY
EAUTY
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VISION SPLENDID
This month, we celebrate the disruptive influencers. From bold

new looks to glamour’s game-changers, beauty gets a major rethink


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Beauty

BREAKING
THE RULES
Safe makeup is overrated.
This season, punch up your look
with jewel-toned lids,
gold nails and hot-pink lips

GO BLUE Shoulder pads


and neon aren’t the only
’80s trends making a
comeback: blue eye shadow
is also having a moment,
though thankfully it’s a lot
more sophisticated this time
around. “I’m a big fan of
blue greens and the colours
of the sea,” says makeup
artist Christian McCulloch.
“The deep, dark versions are
more subtle than the bright

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straight black.” To get the
look on the previous page,
ON LIPS: Chanel Rouge
apply shadow from the lash Coco Lip Blush in Teasing
line to the crease, blending Pink, $50. ON NAIL: Chanel
it up to just below the brow Le Vernis Longwear Nail
Colour in Canotier, $41.
bone, then sweeping it
below the eyes. Use a cotton
bud to diffuse the colour.
Finally, to make your eyes NAIL GOLD Heavy metal can look surprisingly chic, as
pop, finish with a dusting of evidenced at Oscar de la Renta’s S/S 2018 show, where models
gold shadow on the inner spotted nails that looked as if they’d been dipped in 24-karat
corners of your lids. Try gold. The newest gold polishes — which are so densely pigmented
Dior 5 Couleurs Eyeshadow that they appear to be made from real metal — take their cue
Palette in Electrify, $107. from chrome nails, a gel- and powder-based manicure that creates
a mirrorlike shine and lasts for up to two weeks (though, like
all gels, it can be difficult to remove). Wear gold polish with
long, stiletto-shaped nails for the most dramatic effect, or with
short, squoval nails if you’re going for something more subtle.

PINK IS THE NEW RED While a classic crimson lip will never go out of style, this season
makeup artists are also reaching for its edgy cousin, neon pink. “A bright fuchsia is very on-trend
now,” says makeup artist Daniel Martin. To keep the look grown-up, he recommends choosing
a mat hue. Try Dior Rouge Dior Liquid in Shock Matte, $53. If neon pink seems daunting, opt
for close relatives such as lavender, magenta and rose. “The blue and purple undertones in these
shades of pink make them more universally flattering than pinks with yellow or orange tones,”
Martin explains. To emphasise the shape of your lips and make them look fuller, add a touch of
gold to your Cupid’s bow. “It creates light,” says makeup artist Vicky Steckel. – Erin Flaherty

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Retinol may be the secret weapon in every anti-ageing expert’s
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dermatologist what their skin while also continuing to work throughout
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Kabuki is a form of
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cult scents: Bal
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Gypsy Water. $73.

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The bonus: pink and gold
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Illustrated stickers to decorate your candle with aren’t


groundbreaking, but the scent of CIRE TRUDON’S
SIX is surely innovative: carnation arouses memories
of vintage lipsticks, while jasmine suggests tropical The faded look of
garden territory. Weirdly, it works. $135. ombré lips gives the
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drain. BY TERRY
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Retinol is the gold-standard in anti-ageing,


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THE BOLD

&
T H E B E AU T I F U L
Introducing the disruptors, changemakers and futurists who
are moving the needle (in some cases, literally) on beauty.
Where we see it, how we enhance it, what it means is all in flux
in 2018. More power to them. By T RACEY W ITHERS
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An image by
Yelena Yemchuk.

THE IMAGE-MAKER
YELENA YEMCHUK, PHOTOGRAPHER
Representation of women in media is at a
flashpoint. As male former luminaries, from
Terry Richardson and Mario Testino to
Bruce Weber, who dominated fashion
imagery for decades, have been suspended
by fashion clients amid the #MeToo
movement, the role of women behind the
lens has never been in sharper focus.
Ukraine-born, New York-based
photographer and visual artist Yelena
Yemchuk has been challenging the space
for decades. “The movement to change the
way we perceive women in fashion has been
very vocal lately, but I don’t necessarily see
much of it in the new imagery out there,”
she says. Not yet.Yemchuk’s own opus,
ranging from campaigns for Kenzo and
Ulla Johnson to editorial shoots with Kaia
THE CEO DEBRA PERELMAN, REVLON Gerber and Elisabeth Moss, and a photo
At time of writing, Perelman’s still so freshly book, Anna, which documents the evolution
minted as CEO of Revlon, Inc. her business cards of a female friendship over some 20 years,
are probably not back from the printer. She had leads the way — a case study on revealing
to make our beauty visionaries cut because she’s the women behind the narrative. “I hope
not only the first ever female CEO in the that when you look at my images of
company’s 86-year history, but she is also one of women, you stop and think about who they
the astonishingly few women to have nailed a top are,” she says. For Yemchuk, realness appears
job at a global beauty giant. Cynics have cried nepotissm in the balance of strength and vulnerability,
— Perelman is the daughter of controlling sharehold der and she says the time is now for young
billionaire Ronald Perelman — but we call BS on n that. photographers with a feminist point of view,
Debra was promoted from COO at the company ny and Revlon Su
Super such as Petra Collins.“The
Lustrous L
Lipstick
has served on the Revlon board since 2015. Before
B that, in Miidnight fashion industry has always
she was on the senior leadership team at MaacAndrews Myste
tery, $23. looked for something new,”
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& Forbes, the investment firm that owns more m than 80 she reasons.
per cent of Revlon. As she said via statement nt:“Revlon WHAT’S BEAUTIFUL TO
OPPOSITE PAGE: JAMIE NELSON. MODEL: CYNDA McELVANA AT LA MODELS; MAKEUP BY LOTTIE. THIS PAGE: YELENA YEMCHUK.

has been a central part of my personal and professi ssionnal YOU? What’s really there.
life for more than 20 years.” Let’s not ask her to explainain “People have been
herself. Perelman’s remit is not an easy one: in a market completely obsessed with
all shook up by the internet and ever an more accessible taking pictures of themselves
niche sector, she’s tasked with reinventing the iconic [with] all these filters on to
Revlon ColorStay
namesake legacy brand Elizabeth Arden for a whole Crème Eye Shadow make themselves look totally
new generation. We can’t wait to see how she does it. in Praline, $15. fake. It’s terrifying, really.”

THE HAIR INNOVATOR


JEN ATKIN, CELEBRITY HAIRSTYLIST AND FOUNDER, OUAI
If there’s one thing the A+ list isn’t short on, it’s stadium-name hairdressers:
stylists with a cult following and their own brands. Hair-guru worship has been
a thing since Vidal Sassoon. But if there’s one name everyone can’t stop speaking
right now, it’s Jen Atkin. As a stylist, the LA-based artist has a clientele that spans
almost every Kardashian-Jenner, Chrissy Teigen, and Gigi and Bella Hadid.
Friends J-Lo and J’Alba probably call her J’Atkin. She’s #squad. But the thing
that makes Atkin a celebrity herself is this: she’s doing it for the normals.Wit
2.4 million people following @jenatkinhair on Instagram and as the mastermi
behind maneaddicts.com, the hub that “predicts trends like the weather”,Atkin Ouai
Haircare
isn’t about being exclusive — she’s watching what her readers are searching for, Anti-frizz
hearing when we fans speak. So when Atkin created Ouai, the care and styling Hair
line that became a phenomenon, she all but crowdsourced ideas to reinvent Sheets,
$28.
go-tos we’ve been using for a decade.Atkin also tapped the wellness obsession
with supplements built to scalp and hair profile, which devotees swear have
Ouai Haircare
changed their lives. Review a product on the theouai.com, talk to her on socials Memory Mist,
and Atkin’s listening. Isn’t it nice when the influencer thing goes both ways? $45.

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Beauty

THE PRODUCT
JUVÉDERM VOLBELLA XC:
THE LIP REVOLUTION
If there’s a battle cry for beauty in
2018, it’s ‘bring back the believable!’
For too long, overenthusiasm for
injectibles has been the enemy of the
natural state, so start celebrating:
overblown lips are over. A whole lot of
international buzz and Dr Joseph
Hkeik, go-to aesthetic physician at All
Saints Skin Clinic in Sydney, are billing
Juvéderm’s Volbella XC as the lo-fi
filler that can do more yet look less.
“It can rejuvenate the older lip,
augment the younger lip, treat
‘barcode’, or smoker’s lines, and
marionette shadows, define the lip line
and Cupid’s-bow or disguise lip scars,
upper lip ‘flip’, cleft lip and asymmetry,”
THE TECH MASTER Hkeik says. Fine and ‘spreadable’, this
GUIVE BALOOCH, GLOBAL VICE-PRESIDENT, hyaluronic acid gel not only subtly
TECHNOLOGY INCUBATOR, L’ORÉAL lushes things up, but also fades naturally.
If anyone knows what the future looks like, it’s Balooch “You get a year out of one treatment
— he’s designing it. Leading a team of UX (user experience) designers, micro-engineers [with optimal treatment; results vary],
and physicists, he’s on point on wearable tech such as the skin-thin La Roche-Posay My but in my experience the lips are then
UV Patch, which monitors sun exposure and sends data to your device, and the Kérastase left healthier as they’ve been hydrated
Hair Coach Powered by Withings, a ‘smart brush’ that analyses hair quality as you glide, by the HA,” Hkeik says.Volbella trainer
then feeds advice to a partner app. Lancôme’s Le Teint Particulier, complexion-matched Dr Cath Porter, also of All Saints, is a
foundation mixed at the counter, should launch in Australia in 2019 (fingers crossed). master of the new lip. “Generally
“I think the biggest game changer [will be] artificial intelligence … The ability to get speaking, the younger you are and the
the perfect shade, co-create products quickly and seamlessly, and to audition products for bigger your eyes, the more size you can
more precise, individualised solutions through your smartphone,” Balooch says. L’Oréal get away with without looking obvious
just acquired ModiFace, a real-time, 3-D, photo-realistic video and photo tool that can — a 50/50 size of the upper lip in
read your skin to fine-tune the skincare or let you ‘try on’ hair and makeup colours. relation to the lower lip proportion can
WHAT’S GOING TO CHANGE THE WORLD? “I’m very excited about the upcoming work,” she says. Realest for the rest of
launch of UV Sense, the world’s first battery-free wearable for La Roche-Posay,” us? “The more classical lip aesthetic is
Balooch says. A nine-millimetre disc worn on a nail like mani-art for weeks at a time, for the lower lip to be 1.6 times bigger

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it monitors the UV and pollution you’re exposed to, sending protection tips to its app. than the upper, with the top lip sitting
“It’s something important for beauty and health — we can make a difference.” slightly more forward.”

THE ARTISAN PERFUMER


SASKIA HAVEKES, FLORIST AND FRAGRANCE-MAKER JASON LLOYD-EVANS; STILL LIFE: SEVAK BABAKHANI; CHRIS JANSEN; PRICES APPROXIMATE
It takes guts to take the French on at fragrance and have them love you for it.
Grandiflora Fragrance, the boutique edit of fine parfums born of “a tiny flower
shop” in Sydney, is the little brand that could. And has. Launched in Paris itself to Grandilora
acclaim, the line has recast Australian perfume as something to be taken very Boronia eau de
seriously indeed. “Pilgrims come from overseas to find us in Potts Point, to meet us parfum, $145
(50ml).
and see the shop where our story started,” says Havekes, the florist who knew her
favourite blooms needed to be bottled. “It’s extraordinary, really.” Havekes is being
modest. That “tiny flower shop”, Grandiflora, has been a synonym for elevated
artisanal florals since it opened in 1995. To compose her juice, Havekes tapped
legendary noses Sandrine Videault, Michel Roudnitska and Bertrand Duchaufour.
She could’ve cranked out a standard oil, but Havekes wanted the nuance of petal,
pollen, stem and soil. “It’s like a painting — layers and shades in a rendition of a
flower,” she says. “I have the vision; the perfumer has the refined palate, the touch
and flair.” Therein lies a lesson for startups and creative side-hustlers everywhere:
you do what you’re magic at; outsource the technical tricks to an expert.
WHAT MAKES A FRAGRANCE SPECIAL? “I like when people first smell a
fragrance yet might not buy it until next week or next month, when they can’t
stop thinking about it,” Havekes says. “I like the real connection of that.”

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THE RULE-BREAKER
THOMAS DE KLUYVER, MAKEUP ARTIST
Homegrown in Perth, blowing up in London, de Kluyver might just be
one of Australia’s brightest beauty exports. Dominating the season backstage
at shows from Opening Ceremony to Jason Wu, Jil Sander and Kenzo, the
entirely self-schooled makeup artist is getting traction for making runway
beauty, dare we say it, democratic. “My assistant found the craft glitter we
used over the top of the Maybelline colours at Opening Ceremony at the
mall just by Disneyland,” he says. “I’d say more than half my brushes are
from the art supply store — my favourite ones for blending eye shadow are
actually meant for watercolours, and my number-one lip brush is a square
synthetic brush that I think cost me around two dollars.” What should we
invest in instead? “The best-quality foundation and skincare
you can afford — my favourites are from Chanel and Crème
de la Mer,” he says. De Kluyver, the son of a theatre director,
first got a feel for faces by practising looks from François Nars’
book Makeup Your Mind and Stéphane Marais’ Beauty Flash
on his friends and taking bold makeup looks out in clubland.
His philosophy: don’t be intimidated, be inspired.
“I love to take classic looks and give them a twist or subvert A Thomas de
looks from street culture and make them high fashion,” he Kluyver makeup look
backstage at Ashley
says. “I don’t think you should be boxed into wearing what’s Williams A/W 2018.
‘hot for now’, but I do think it’s great to be inspired by what
you see around you and people you admire.” La Mer he
WHAT HAVEN’T WE THOUGHT OF? “I’m really into yellow Luminous Lifting
Cushion
at the moment,” de Kluyver says. “It looks great on all skin Foundation SPF
tones — I actually just used it on Rihanna for a cover shoot.” 20, $170.

Winnie Harlow
backstage at
THE DISRUPTOR
Julien Macdonald WINNIE HARLOW, MODEL
S/S 2018. Harlow first made the world snap to attention in 2014 on cycle
21 of America’s Next Top Model. The Canadian, whose real name is
Chantelle Brown-Young, didn’t win the crown, but she’s since changed
the modelling game. One of the most recognisable faces on the
international fashion circuit, at 23, she’s walked for Marc Jacobs and
Julien Macdonald, luminesced in Beyoncé’s visual album Lemonade,
landed a beauty gig with natural powerhouse Burt’s Bees and has just
been signed as an ambassador for Tommy Hilfiger. Oh, and she has
vitiligo, a condition that depigments patches of skin. Though she was
teased so relentlessly in high school that she dropped out, Harlow says
approaching supermodel status isn’t a clap back at bullies; she’s more
about raising the bar, pushing the conversation about diversity wide
open. And with 3.4 million fans on Instagram, she’s not scared to speak
up. When a London tabloid called her a “vitiligo sufferer”, Harlow
’grammed a response: “I’m not a ‘Vitiligo Sufferer’. … I am Winnie.
I am a model. And I happen to have vitiligo. Stop putting these
titles on me or anyone else.” Go disrupt, girl.
CK HER
HA
SK

SheaMoisture
African Harlow relies on African
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Black Soap black soap (try


Face Bar, SheaMoisture’s African
$10. Black Soap with Shea N
Butter), Dior Hydra Life E
Hydration Rescue Intense
Sorbet Creme and
Burt’s Bees Coconut
& Pear Lip Balm.
Dior Hydra Life
Hydration Rescue
Intense Sorbet Burt’s Bees Coconut & Pear
Creme, $110. Moisturizing Lip Balm, $7.

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Beauty
Vertly Hemp
Infused Body
Lotion, $75,
(unavailable
in Australia).

THE TRAILBLAZER
CLAUDIA MATA,
CANNABIS ENTREPRENEUR
Green beauty doesn’t mean what it used to.
When glossy New York magazine insider
Claudia Mata moved to California’s Bay
Area with her yogi husband, she read the
beauty-meets-wellness-meets-microdosing
vibe in the air. She’s now one of the
entrepreneurs harnessing organic, small-batch
marijuana in skincare.Vertly, Mata’s brand of
hemp-infused lip balms and lotions, elevates
the conversation about therapeutic pay-offs
with an elegant French accent in chic
monochromatic, ahem, pots. Minus the
psychoactive THC, products are infused with
‘miracle molecule’ CBD, the non-psychoactive
cannabis compound that has been associated
with immunity and digestive health. Some
claim CBD also helps with headaches,
cramps and stress. Cannabis skincare is cool,
and Mata’s brand is not alone — but it’s
controversial. Inconsistent legislation makes it
impossible to ship some products across state
lines within the US (internationally? Forget
it.) Still, Mata believes marijuana-made beauty
can go mainstream. As discussion about
commercial cannabis cropping and
recreational legalisation heats up in Australia,
we’re calling this the skincare space to watch.

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WHAT IS MICRODOSING? Nano hits of

JAMIE NELSON. MODEL: MAE VAN DER WEIDE AT NEXT MANAGEMENT; MAKEUP BY LOTTIE. PORTRAITS: JAMIE
active ingredient to maintain medicinal effect
without buzz. Applying cannabis topically,
you’re not going to get that “stoned high,”
Mata has explained to curious media. Instead,
we can expect more “subtle benefits”.

THE ARTISTS’ INFLUENCER “Bioderma


@LOTSTAR, MAKEUP ARTIST Sensibio, Tom
Beauty crews backstage at Sydney fashion week first turned us on to Ford Traceless
Stick Foundation,
@lotstar, real name Lottie Stannard. Makeup directors nodded in respect Beautyblender
Beautyblenders,
at her bold yet nuanced technique; juniors scrolled her feed for pure inspo. Now we’re obsessed too. Original,
Make Up For Ever
In a space crammed with same-same turbo contour, @lotstar’s fresh take on colour and placement $30.
Flash Colors.”
breaks out from the pack (see above). “There is such a strong makeup movement and influence – Lottie
coming from Instagram and it really doesn’t vibe with all women,” Stannard says. “I think, instead
of feeling pressure to conform, women and artists alike should be focused more on liveable and Tom Ford Traceless Stick
attainable beauty — I hope I am helping with that!” The lipstick-red graphic eyes, painterly skin Foundation, $122.
splashes of foil-sheen gold, green and blue or eyeliner-black lips Stannard posts might not seem A L WAY S
S
exactly “liveable”, but, really, she’s just telling us to rethink how colour works — take an editorial or T’
IN
A

runway idea and twist it. “I loved that so many designers took a chance and had lots of colour washes
WH

YOUR KI

on the eyes [at the recent shows],” she says. “Maybe a red graphic eye is too much, but a sneaky
red mascara is a way to wear colour and not be too far outside your comfort zone.” Stannard also
highlights white as an actual colour. She says: “Just keep it minimal — an eyeliner or maybe little
T

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dots or graphic shapes around the eye work well when the rest of the makeup is minimal.” Follow.

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Health

What if there was a diet that pressed


pause on peckishness? K AREN A SP learns
how to eat for satisfaction and fullness so
you don’t fall prey to overeating

CHOOSE UNPROCESSED WHOLE-


FOODS. They have a lower calorie
density, so you can eat larger portions.
“Foods that offer the most volume for
your calories — think fruits, vegetables
and broth-based soups — help you feel
psychologically and physically fuller,” says
Barbara Rolls, a professor of nutritional
sciences at Pennsylvania State University.
EAT WALNUTS, AVOCADOS AND
FLAXSEEDS. “Have some healthy fat
at every meal,” Ludwig says. It will lower
your insulin levels, among other great
benefits. “Walnuts can alter the way the
brain views food and impacts appetite by
increasing activity in an area of the brain
The that regulates satiety,” says scientist Olivia
Farr, who has studied how walnuts

HUNGER
suppress hunger. A study on avocados
found that people who ate half an
avocado at lunch reported a 40 per cent
decreased desire to eat over a three-hour
period.And flaxseeds will make you feel

GAME fuller instantly. Try adding ground flax-


seeds to a salad, a smoothie or porridge.
HAVE PROTEIN AND FIBRE AT
EVERY MEAL. “Both stabilise blood
sugar levels, and because they take longer

I
to digest they’ll keep you fuller longer,”
F YOUR STOMACH feels like a bottomless pit, says Brooke Alpert, dietitian and the author of The Diet Detox.
you’re not alone. Eating when you’re not really hungry Some examples: chia pudding with berries for breakfast, a green
is something many adults struggle with, whether due salad with shrimp for lunch and wild salmon with roasted cauli-
to cravings, boredom or bad habits. How to keep it flower for dinner. Eat smaller meals more frequently. Alpert
under control? The trick is to choose more satiating recommends not waiting longer than four hours between meals.
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foods and adopt habits that keep your body properly “Find the timing pattern that works best for you,” Rolls says. If
fuelled so you don’t get hungry in the first place. Here, you become ravenous between meals, you need to eat more often.
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top tips from the experts. CONSIDER MODIFIED INTERMITTENT FASTING. Studies
have shown that intermittent fasting can have tremendous bene-
AVOID PROCESSED CARBOHYDRATES such as white rice, fits, but the practice is hard to follow. Alpert suggests time-re-
sugary drinks and low-fat cookies. Duh, right? But it’s not just the stricted feeding, when you fast for 12–14 hours between dinner
obvious calorie count that’s the problem. “These foods create and breakfast. “You get the metabolic boost of having an earlier
surges and crashes in insulin that exacerbate hunger and make it dinner, and because you’re sleeping while you’re fasting you won’t
difficult not to overeat,” says endocrinologist David Ludwig, the be tempted,” she says.
author of Always Hungry?. Processed carbohydrates raise insulin DON’T GO TO BED ON A FULL STOMACH. Cut off eating
levels in the body, which causes fat cells to take in excess calories. at least two hours before bedtime to give your body time to digest,
“Think of insulin as fertiliser for your fat cells,” he explains.These leading to better sleep, Alpert says. Most people need seven to
spikes restrict the number of calories you’re giving your body to nine hours of sleep, and too little sleep can wreak havoc on your
fuel your brain, and as a result it sends out hunger signals to drum appetite.“After just one night of sleep deprivation, your metabo-
up more calories. Sugary drinks include wine (sorry), so order a lism may change so that you crave more processed carbs,” resulting
vodka-and-soda instead. in overeating, Ludwig says.

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Health
Backstage at
Alexander Wang
A/W 2018.

PER FOR
MANCE
R EVIEW

Our collective love of barre-to-brunch means our activewear wardrobes are chicer than ever.
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But can a fitness fashion brand really withstand the toughest sweat sesh? EUGENIE KELLY finds out
there any greater motivator for dragging your butt fitness and fashion are now officially a blended family.“Adidas’s
ut of bed at 5.45 sharp for 6am Pilates than knowing designer collaborations and everyone’s obsession with the
here’s a black Heroine Sport X Bra and a pair of fashion trainer have seen to that,” agrees Net-a-Porter’s global
ltracor foil-star-motif leggings neatly folded within buying director, Elizabeth von der Goltz, whose site boasts a
rm’s reach on your bedside table? Personally speaking, lengthy list of designer activewear offerings. “The sportswear
o. And there have even been studies done to prove trend is just becoming more and more prevalent on our
t’s a thing (and I’m not deranged).‘Enclothed cogni- runways,” she adds. “Isabel Marant is citing sportswear as a key
ion’ is what scientists are dubbing the phenomenon reference for spring 2018; Bodyism is collaborating with Emilia
f clothing carrying symbolic meaning that triggers Wickstead; we’ve seen it at Alexander Wang and Christopher
ges that in turn improve your performance. Or at Kane; and Fendi collaborated with Fila on their recent collec-
u make it to the gym in the first place. tion at Milan fashion week.”
With so many traditional fashion brands now dabbling in the But we’ve all been there before. Opted for style over substance.
activewear market, you’d think ‘style’ and ‘serious performance’ Chosen the amazing-looking crop top with the fab straps only
would sit nicely in the same sentence. After all, the worlds of to discover it offers zero support. Pulled on figure-flattering

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colour-block leggings to find the waistband saws your stomach Fendi jacket, $3430,
in half. Or embarrassingly learnt the hard way that a chic ‘sweat- net-a-porter.com.
wicking’ tank isn’t as moisture-absorbent as we had hoped.
Despite fashion insiders continuously predicting the death of
athleisure, the activewear boom shows no signs of slowing.“This
isn’t a passing fad for people, rather it’s part of a deeper lifestyle
Heroine Sport
adjustment that only serves in driving the trend forwards,” von top, $192,
der Goltz argues. With the wealth of new niche activewear net-a-porter.com.
brands hitting the market, in order to stand out, many are inte-
grating style with cutting-edge technology the likes of which
have never been seen before. Everyone bangs on constantly Bodyism + Emilia
about how smart devices are changing the world, but, if anything, Wickstead yoga mat, $188,
it’s smart fabrics that are causing a revolution — improving your net-a-porter.com.
athletic performance by regulating your temperature, controlling
your muscle vibration and even blocking radiation from your
mobile as it streams Spotify while you run. Gold and silver are Bodyism x Emilia
Wickstead leggings, $239,
now being utilised in garments for their antibacterial and anti- net-a-porter.com.
fungal properties, enhanced UV protection and effect of making
sweaty clothes dry faster; workout-jacket pockets are being
lined with copper as a shield against phone radiation; and in the Katniss’s training outfits for Catching Fire. Their second-skin feel
future, if MIT researchers have anything to do with it, your also tells you Mules is a hardcore runner — these are perfor-
clothes will have flaps lined with live microbial cells.You start to mance silhouettes cut to contour. “Our fabrics are from an
perspire, the cells pick up on it and the flaps open, allowing air Italian mill and have a high elastane content,” she explains, “so
to circulate and cool you down. they’re not only supportive, but also moulding.
London-based designer Anjhe Mules’s strong Our seamless circular knit construction also
design ethos and refined tailoring technique “This isn’t a offers unrestricted movement.”
was honed during stints at Marc Jacobs and
Alexander McQueen, but the 41-year-old
passing fad, it’s Other clever tricks include strategically
placed mesh panels for breathability and
creative director of Lucas Hugh is really known part of a features such as concealed briefs, but although
for her technical sportswear design tricks. The Mules puts performance first, she still produces
onetime swimwear designer partnered with a deeper lifestyle seasonal collections and aims to integrate a
leading design technician to adopt construction
techniques used in record-breaking Olympic adjustment.” “futuristic foundation” into her designs.
Meaning next season, expect to see a (gasp)
swimwear, making Lucas Hugh one of the first – Elizabeth von der Goltz stretch satin legging on a treadmill near you.
labels to incorporate fully breathable bonded If you’re still happily stuck in a mono-
seams. (Think moisture-wicking polyamide elastane, fused rather chrome black-everything box, steady yourself: four-year-old LA
than stitched.) If you’ve ever pulled on their leggings and felt like activewear label Ultracor is working with velvet and lamé for its
a Hunger Games character, there’s good reason: Mules designed next collection. It’s a risky undertaking, but going off past
gambles — such as the label’s aforementioned foil-star leggings,
Lucas Hugh sports which were everywhere on Instagram last year — it will likely
Ultracor leggings, $255, bra, $170, pay off. When Ultracor released a pair of sparkly Swarovski
net-a-porter.com. net-a-porter.com.
leggings in 2017, many questioned whether you’d really want to
sweat in something like them. But as Michael Ball, Ultracor’s
creative director (yes, the guy behind the now defunct cult skin-
ny-jean brand Rock & Republic), surmises, “To be relevant, we
need to continuously evolve.These aren’t materials you’d expect
in activewear, but I know they’re going to feel incredible.” Ball’s
years of rigorous training as an elite cyclist mean he knows how
important it is to feel the leggings are holding you in all the right
Heroine Sport shorts,
$200, net-a-porter.com. places, hence his pieces have built-in shapewear. Hate camel-toe
and G-string lines? Go commando! You’ll find seamless under-
wear sewn into Ultracor’s leggings. “Our waistband was also
created to have the balance of a soft touch, but constructed to
really hold you in at the waist. Its flattens your tummy and lifts
your behind. It’s everything a woman could ask for,” Ball says.
Heroine Sport These are just some of many demands we’re placing on active-
bodysuit, $178,
net-a-porter.com. wear these days. But no matter what kind of exercise we do, we
all seem to share one desire: that our look be stylish enough to
carry us beyond our workout.

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CULTURE CLUB

Shanghai is heaving with people and


pollution. However, as J EANETTE H ART
discovers, it’s becoming an unlikely

R
IGHT NOW, I feel as if I’m a good two glasses of
wellness destination for nourishing not wine in. Suitably Zen, chilled to the max, the edge
definitely softened. Odd, because the only beverage
only the body, but also the mind I have is half a cup of green tea. And I’m sitting in
what looks like a little classroom learning how to
play a 21-stringed zither — a guzheng, for those of you up on your
ancient Chinese instruments.
It sits on the desk in front of me. I wear a pick on my right hand,
sliding the fingers of my left hand to create what — to me, at least
— feels like a suitably dramatic vibrating pitch, but in reality
sounds as if someone is torturing a cat.The piece I’m learning to
play is The Drunken Song, an apt title considering the effect it has is
on par with feeling a teensy bit tipsy. I completely suck at medita-
tion, so I can’t compare this to that, but I’m guessing this is closer
to true mindfulness.You’re concentrating wholeheartedly on the
task at hand, so you’re forced to face the present.There’s no brain
real-estate left for negative thinking or energy-sapping daydreaming.
Guzheng is just one of the traditional Chinese cultural classes
offered at Aman’s newest resort,Amanyangyun, a luxury retreat situ-
The relaxation room. ated an hour outside Shanghai.Also on the curriculum: calligraphy
Above: the outdoor pool.
sessions, flower arranging and incense and tea ceremonies.Although
the Aman luxury hotel group is fast developing a reputation for the
wellness programs it offers in its 33 properties, the feelgood factor
An antique villa’s master bedroom. here in Shanghai goes way beyond the mega-spa’s high-tech treat-
ments, customised menus and the tailored herbal prescriptions
prepared by nutritionists and doctors of Chinese medicine. Here, if
you choose, it can also be about nourishing the mind.
Now, let’s be honest. I’d sign up for a deluxe facial over sitting
through a 90-minute gongfu tea ceremony — where one sips,reflects,
sips, reflects again — any day.Yawn. But sessions like this actually
turn out to be soothing.There are moments when the whole world
slips away; seconds when my thoughts still matter but don’t own me.
SUI SICONG; COURTESY OF AMANYANGYUN

The cultural classes are mostly carried out in Amanyangyun’s


cultural centre, Nanshufang, which sits in the middle of the property.
Designed by renowned Australian architect Kerry Hill, the hotel (13
villas and 24 courtyard suites of minimalist yet unapologetic luxury)
has only just been completed, though the place heaves with history.
Sixteen years ago, a wealthy young Chinese property developer, Ma
Dadong, visited Fuzhou, the ancient Jiangxi village of his childhood,
to find that plans had been approved for a reservoir that would
submerge historic villas and a forest of 2000-year-old camphor trees.

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Health

So, naturally, he assembled an army things kick off with a comprehensive


of experts to carefully dismantle 50 medical, where elements of Western
villas and transport 10,000 trees medicine (heart rate monitoring, blood
(altering roads in the process) and pressure checks) are used along with
schlep them all more than 700 kilo- traditional evaluation (tongue exami-
metres to Shanghai.The then owner nations). A roster of wellness experts
of Aman,Adrian Zecha, heard about will take up residency at Amanyangyun
Ma’s project and decided to inte- throughout the year. US doctor of
grate his new resort into the rescued A double treatment acupuncture and Oriental medicine
forest. Thirteen of the original room in the spa. Lucas Hausler takes me through the tests
Ming- and Qing-dynasty villas were Below: medicinal tea and prescribes a program that involves a
ingredients.
rebuilt and tweaked to satisfy the customised diet I can follow in
tastes of discerning luxury travellers. the three restaurants on site,
Walk-in wardrobes, sprawling bathrooms and heated pools along with herbal medicine,
weren’t big back in the Ming era, so sympathetic adjust- tailor-made teas and a schedule
ments needed to be made, with furnishings typical of Aman’s of qigong classes, meditation
trademark understated style.The historic trees surround the and spa treatments to help
antique villas’ courtyards, breathing new life into what has detoxify my stressed-out system.
now essentially become the soul of the property. Pesky persistent tightness in
The restored villas are perfect for families, but if you’re a the lower back is a current
couple or travelling solo on a wellness jaunt,Amanyangyun’s gripe I’m keen to fix, so Dr
courtyard suites should more than suffice.The huge rooms Hausler sets me up for a
are saturated with light and boast sliding lattice screens, meridian therapy session. He
heated slate floors, private courtyard bathtubs and outdoor heaters. uses a low-intensity laser rather than acupuncture needles on my
The bigger-is-better philosophy continues at the spa, which, at body’s 12 meridian pressure points to zap any obstructions in my
2840 square metres, is among China’s largest. From the moment you “energy cycles” and to allow sufficient qi (energy flow). “You’re
walk in, it’s all crisp white coats and clipboards. Although the well- essentially giving cells extra energy,” Dr Hausler explains as I lie face-
ness programs on offer are based on traditional Far-Eastern medicine, down on a massage table.Next,a few centimetres above the acupunc-
ture points, he burns mugwort, a herb used in traditional Chinese
medicine.An hour of this and I’m pleasantly zonked, but for others,
the effect can be lightheadedness and a weird taste in the mouth,
perhaps the result of too much energy entering their system and
their “chi rebelling”, as Dr Hausler explains.Twenty-four hours later,
my back pain has almost disappeared. Clearly, I possess compliant chi.
Although the programs can last anywhere between three days
and three weeks, a typical daily timetable will see you spending up
to five hours in the spa, with a moving meditation session (tai chi,
qigong), a fitness workout (kung fu, Pilates, bootcamp, weight
training), a spa session (massage, wraps, facials, scrubs) and specialist
treatments (such as the meridian therapy I trialled). Make time
every day to binge on the spa’s private bathing suites, including a
Russian banya and a Moroccan hammam, a sauna, a cold plunge
pool, a Jacuzzi, a 20-metre indoor swimming pool and a 29-metre
heated outdoor pool. Because inner stillness can also be unleashed
on a sunlounger, you know.
aman.com/resorts/amanyangyun.

Above left: the Pilates and yoga studio. Left:


the passage connecting the master and guest
bedrooms in a four-bedroom villa. This image:
the stunning antique facade of a villa.
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Playing for Change (Invisible Barrier), 2016, by Tom Polo at Melbourne Art Fair.

S TAT E O F T H E A R T What’s hot in exhibitions; magic touches


at Milan design week; and Cher looks back on her stellar career

C URE
COURTESY OF STATION, MELBOURNE

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Culture

DANCING QUEEN
Legendary singer, actor and fashion icon Cher joins the cast of Mamma Mia! for the film’s long-
awaited sequel. Here, she talks to executive producer R ITA W ILSON about the power of a fearless
stylist, working with her ex-husband and realising her mother was always right

RITA WILSON: Oh my god. I saw the C: I am dyslexic, so nothing pointed to a person in the White House and all these
movie.You are hilarious! anything. I was dark and everybody else in people in the government who are kind of
CHER: Well, I hope I was there long my family was light. But my mother kept crazy. I think women are going to save this
enough to make some sort of impression. saying,“You are smart. It’s just not showing, country — women and young people.We
RW: Oh, yes! And I loved when you posted but you are smart.” I can’t see numbers. just have to inspire them and support
a picture on Twitter of your sparkling plat- And my mom would say, “Don’t worry, them.This is one time when the combina-
form boots and everybody went bananas you’ll have somebody to do that for you.” tion of older women and younger people
speculating that you were in the film. RW: That is such a wonderful thing for a is really going to make the difference.
C: I think somebody told me I should post mother to recognise in a child. I follow RW: When you were younger, you were
some sort of hint. And so I did. you on Twitter and I love how vocal you married to Sonny Bono. You separated,
RW: For me — and for millions of people are when it comes to politics and [the US]. then got a divorce.That must have felt like
— you are a legend of music, fashion, film, What would you say to other women a very scary moment. But you were able
television. To what do you attribute to continue working, growing and
your success, your longevity and your Cher’s platform
allowing people to see you in so
ability to be so versatile as an artist? boots. Above: many different ways as a fully
C: Luck! It’s so underrated. You can scenes from evolved human being.
be all kinds of things, but if you don’t Mamma Mia! Here C: Yeah, but Rita, I met him when
We Go Again.
have luck, no one will know. I was 16 and left when I was 27.
RW: You know what they say about During that period, I didn’t grow as
luck? Time just did an article on this, a person — I grew as an entertainer.
saying we all have our support Sonny and I always got along when
systems from our families and friends, we were working. If he came back
but luck is what happens when you to this living room right now, we
go outside of your normal support would pick up where we left off
system and you encounter people because there was something
who are outside of your world. So to between us. I’m not so sure we
be lucky, you have to get outside of should have been husband and wife,
your comfort zone. but we had a bond that never broke.
C: I did that when I was young. I RW: I don’t think people realise
knew what I was gonna do when how difficult it is to be known for
I was four. By the time I met Sonny, I was about how to be in the world right now? one thing and to turn it into something
just unharnessed energy. And he said, I’ve always been inspired by you because else, like you did when you transitioned
“OK, we need to do something with you just don’t — can I say fuck? — you just from singing to acting in movies like Mask
this.” I didn’t even have confidence. So don’t give a fuck what other people think. and Silkwood. Then you won an Academy
I’ve just done all of it with luck. My C: Right. I don’t. My sister always said, Award for Moonstruck!
mother said to me when I was very young, “You’ve got to watch your language.” And C: In the beginning, the studio did all
“You won’t be the prettiest, you won’t be I went, “Oh, you know what? That ship these tests [for Moonstruck] and they said,
the most talented, you won’t be the has sailed.” I don’t think like a woman — I “This movie doesn’t appeal to anybody.”
smartest, but you are special.” think like a human being. I care about the RW: If a movie stars a woman and is made
RW: What an amazing message for a world, and I have my point of view, and it’s for a female audience and it’s a success,
child to hear. not necessarily right. But I see that there’s they’ll say: “It was just a fluke.” Women

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control the majority of consumer spending


in our country. And yet we are always
getting short shrift on things like movies
being made for us. I was thrilled with Girls
Trip last summer because it was like, Oh,
thank goodness, this one’s definitely not a fluke.
Women can hold audiences. Let’s make
more of these types of movies.
C: I’ve watched The Post so many times.
When a movie’s really great I will watch it
again and again. I kept thinking, My god,
this is the way women used to be treated. They
had to go in the other room when the men
were talking business. Or women would be
in a room and the men would just talk
right over them. I remember when women
used to introduce themselves by their
husband’s first name. Like “I’m Mrs John
Treacher.” As if. I mean, as if.
RW: As a young woman, I absolutely loved
your style. I still do — the way you dress in
your life, and for your shows. All those Cher and costume
amazing outfits you wore to the Oscars! designer Bob Mackie
at the Met Gala, 1974.
We’re missing this kind of risk-taking now. Inset, from top: in a
Women dress so politely and tastefully Mackie look in 1978;
these days. But there was nothing safe with Sonny in 1966.
about the clothes you wore. How did you
find the confidence to dress like that?
C: I just wore whatever [designer and
costumer] Bob Mackie made for me. At
“Sonny and I always dressed outlandishly. People
the Oscars in 1986, when I got to the mic thought it was wild, but we were really proud of the
[wearing the notorious feathered head-
dress] I said, “I did receive my Academy way we looked. I got that early: the not caring what
booklet on how to dress like a serious
actress.” I had Bob, so all I had to do was
people thought. Because, really, who cares?”– CHER
stand still and he did the work. I was never
embarrassed by anything he gave me to my god, I’m in a scene with Meryl Streep!
wear. Of course, Sonny and I always dressed C: I’m also a huge fan. Cher in 1971.
outlandishly. People thought it was wild, RW: Tell us a little bit about your friendship.
but we were really proud of the way we C: I met her for the first time in a sushi
looked. I got that early: the not caring place in Texas when we were working on
what people thought. Because, really, who Silkwood. I walked in, and she came over
FILM STILLS: JONATHAN PRIME/COURTESY OF UNIVERSAL PICTURES/© UNIVERSAL STUDIOS;

cares? I liked the dress. I trusted Bob. I had and hugged me and said, “I’m so glad
ALAMY; COURTESY OF TWITTER/@CHER; RON GALELLA, HARRY LANGDON/GETTY IMAGES

the body to pull it off. I had no boobs. you’re here.” We were together all the time
I was straight and not curvy. after that. We used to go to the movies on
RW: Everybody wanted your abs! Sundays.When I was in New York, I would
C: I never had to work for them. go to her house every day.
RW: That is just depressing. RW: Over the years, you’ve been honoured
C: Yeah, well, I have to work my abs off now. for your philanthropy and social activism.
RW: You’ve kept your passion alive over six Can you tell me a little bit about why you
decades. What drives you? got involved with AIDS research, LGBT
C: When I get out there, I still have a good rights and the Cher Charitable Foundation?
time. I also realise that there will eventually C: There are so many things that still need
come a time when I can’t do it, so I want to be done. When I was growing up, we
to enjoy it as long as I can. Also, I can still were really poor. If we complained, my
sing. I’m gonna be like Tony Bennett. mom would say,“I complained that I had no
RW: He’s extraordinary. You’re obviously shoes until I saw a man who had no feet.”
good friends with Meryl [Streep], and I was so sick of hearing that when I was
now with Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again young. But it made an impression.
we’re kind of reuniting you. I worked with Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again is in
Meryl on It’s Complicated. And I remember cinemas July 19; Cher’s Here We Go Again tour
being in a scene with her and thinking, Oh will be in Australia September 26–October 20.

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Culture
The installation Open Sky,
a collaboration between
Phillip K. Smith III and COS.

A VISUAL
FEAST
How Swedish-born, London-based fashion label COS staged the most
memorable moment of a Milanese design spectacular. By E LIZA O’H ARE
HE ART AND DESIGN collaborations on show from the Salone and is concentrated within the charming streets
at Milan design week each year are proving to be of the Brera Design District. It’s here that the crossover of fashion,
next-level. Salone del Mobile.Milano, the six-day interiors, technology, food and art is more exciting than ever.The
showcase that once was design week, is now just difference between Milan design week and international fashion
one element of the madness that takes over the weeks is that most exhibitions here are open to the public,
entire city. It’s the world’s most influential interiors making for an inspiring Italian holiday. This is ground zero for
gn benchmark. It’s where the trends we’ll be going how to live your best life.
crazy over in two years’ time are revealed to a discerning crowd of Esteemed houses Hermès, BottegaVeneta, LouisVuitton, Loewe
400,000 buyers and media, many of whom can be spotted each and Marni are just some of fashion’s hard-hitters turning up for a
evening at Bar Basso, deep in debrief over a negroni sbagliato (direct week of truly exhilarating happenings: exhibitions, collaborations,
translation:“negroni mistaken” — when a Basso bartender acciden- pop-up restaurants, collection launches and parties (oh, the
LANCE GERBER

tally added sparkling wine instead of gin, a new classic was born). parties!). Swedish brand COS is a seven-year veteran of Salone,
There are two main areas of inspiration during design week: and each year the designers work with innovative artists to create
Salone and the Fuorisalone, an event that arose spontaneously something special. COS has a quiet and considered approach to

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design — an aesthetic that is timeless and


almost architectural — and it ensures its
brand values are shared by its artistic collabo-
rators.To date, the brand has teamed up with
New York studio Snarkitecture (2015),
Japanese architect Sou Fujimoto (2016) and
London-based artists Studio Swine (2017).
This year, the COS team decided to work
with high-profile Palm Springs-based artist
Phillip K. Smith III to create Open Sky, an
immersive large-scale installation in the
courtyard of Palazzo Isimbardi, a 16th-cen-
tury villa leading onto lush private gardens.
Walking through the installation is an
emotional experience — one that nearly
20,000 visitors lined up around the block to
have.The sculpture — a crescent of mirrors
angled at a 43-degree upward slant — gives
the effect of the sky having been dragged down to earth. Smith
explains that the mirrors themselves have a rich history and are
“activated by the changing positions of the sun. The sky is acti- From top: Open Sky
vated by the sun and clouds moving or birds flying through, so from above; Bar Basso;
there’s already this active, lit energy that I am using for the piece. the launch for Open Sky
at Palazzo Isimbardi;
Ultimately, I was interested in reflection.” COS creative director Karin
Visitor responses to the piece have been strong, with groups Gustafsson with artist
lingering in the courtyard and the gardens, Instagramming and Phillip K. Smith III in front
of another of his works,
reflecting on the grounds — and themselves. But with only 200
in the palazzo’s garden.
people allowed into the villa at any time, the biggest issue has been
getting the crowds through.The point is for visi-
tors to connect and take their time, but it’s
super-slow going because it’s such an addictive, “Most exhibitions
interactive piece.“There’s this dynamic shift that
happens,” Smith explains. “You walk towards
are open to
that centre and very quickly the architecture the public … This
peels away and it’s all sky. Walking in, it’s like
you’re breathing in your first breath. There’s is ground zero
a sense like you’re ready to take flight.That kind
of emotional and physical response is something
for how to live
I did not anticipate, but I am very excited about.” your best life.”
This concept of more than meets the eye
aligns with COS’s creative philosophy. Creative director Karin
Gustafsson explains:“When we first did something [at Salone], we
didn’t have a store in Milan, but our creative teams had been [to
design week] many times for research and felt there was obviously
so much more going on than furniture design. We wanted the
disciplines to come together; we love the creativity of that. Milan
is an amazing city, the design elements are amazing and [Salone] is
so international, bringing together lots of different backgrounds
and creativity from all over the world.”
Smith explains, “When we started, they gave me a very open
brief:‘We are COS, this is what we do, what we believe in — time-
lessness, quality, craftsmanship, a distillation of ideas … and here’s
STEFANO GUINDANI PHOTO; STEPHANIE HUXLEY

Palazzo Isimbardi.’ The thought was to take that square of the sky
and pull it down to the ground — let the sky exist on the ground
in front of you so you can have a conversation with the sky just like
we are having a conservation with each other right now.”
But not everyone can be in Milan to experience the exhibition,
so what does the COS customer get out of this? Gustafsson says
it’s all about connection. “Our customers share our mindset and
interest in architecture.They are culturally aware, with a big-city
mindset, and like to know what is going on. For us, we hope the
customer finds this inspiring.”
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home of late architect/furniture
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LA RINASCENTE Nina Yashar’s design curation is
Clockwise from this image: Céline’s Via
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the store is so inviting and, of
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Via Montenapoleone 25/2, 20121
PRADA I love the store in the
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Belle editor Tanya


Buchanan. Left: the
Hermès installation
at Museo della
Permanente.

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illustrator Nigel Peake and Objets à la Table creative director
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stunning Moroccan-inspired tiled installation that took a month to
construct. australia.hermes.com. BOTTEGA VENETA Bottega unveiled
its luxurious new Home collection to a suitably stylish clientele in its

e
homewares flagship, housed within a repurposed 18th-century palazzo.
The generous yet feminine chairs and sofas feature the brand’s signature
techniques of fringing and intrecciato. The collection is offered in a range
of dusty hues, including chic blush pink (pictured). bottegaveneta.com
APPARATUS The New York-based design company, the brainchild
of creative director Gabriel Hendifar, impressed visitors with its
Middle Eastern-inspired Act III collection. Sconces, hanging
HOME
lights and tables in the range have been fashioned from
exotic stones, horsehair, suede and burnished metals.
CHIC HOME
The pieces are stocked in Australia by Criteria
showroom in Melbourne.
criteriacollection.com.au
FIONA SUSANTO PHOTOGRAPHY/COURTESY
OF BELLE; PORTRAIT: KRISTINA SOLJO

Clockwise: Bottega Veneta’s


Home collection, including a
fringed chair and an intrecciato
pendant light; pieces from
Hermès’s porcelain collection
A Walk in the Garden; alabaster-
and-brass lights by Apparatus.

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Culture
Far left: Melbourne
Art Fair director and
CEO Maree Di
Pasquale with Justin
Art House Museum
founder Charles
Justin. Left: Dale
Frank’s She
Continually Slept with
Countless Jewish
Melbourne Doctors
Saying it was a
Compulsive Disorder,
2018, at MAF.
Below: Bob Dylan.

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NATIONWIDE: BOB DYLAN is returning to our shores for his


first tour in four years.The Rock & Roll Hall-of-Famer
will perform in Perth (August 8),Adelaide (August 11),
Melbourne (August 13–14), Sydney (August 18),
Wollongong (August 20), Newcastle (August 22) and
Brisbane (August 24; ticketek.com.au).While tickets to
Part of the MOD.IFY SPLENDOUR IN THE GRASS have sold out, those looking
exhibition. Below: Lunga
Berry 1, 2015, by Dorothy to get their festival fix can hit up the official sideshows:
Edwards, at Darwin KENDRICK LAMAR (Perth, July 10; Melbourne, July 13–14;
Aboriginal Art Fair. Adelaide, July 15; Sydney, July 24–25; livenation.com.au)
and YUNGBLUD (Melbourne, July 21; Sydney, July 24;
secretsounds.com) are a couple of options. NEW SOUTH
WALES: Bookworms will relish three days of talks at the
22nd BYRON WRITERS FESTIVAL (August 3–5;
byronwritersfestival.com). VICTORIA: In celebration of the
National Gallery ofVictoria’s move to St Kilda Road 50
years ago, the space’s inaugural exhibition, THE FIELD, will be
reassembled (until August 26; ngv.vic.gov.au). MELBOURNE
ART FAIR will showcase works from 40 galleries across the
Asia-Pacific region (August 2–5; melbourneartfair.com.au).
SOUTH AUSTRALIA: Go art-raving mad with the statewide
SOUTH AUSTRALIAN LIVING ARTISTS FESTIVAL (August
1–31; salafestival.com).The brand new Museum of Discovery’s

XLEY9 GALLERY, SYDNEY; CHUGG


opening exhibition, MOD.ify, wants you to question what it
means to be human (until October; mod.org.au). NORTHERN

RY, ADELAIDE. JEFF BUSBY


W SOUTH WALES; CASULA
TERRITORY: DARWIN ABORIGINAL ART FAIR offers locals
and visitors the chance to see and purchase art by Aboriginal
and Torres Strait Islander artists (August 10–12;
darwinaboriginalartfair.com.au). DARWIN FESTIVAL brings
18 days of art, performance and delicious food to locations Above: Kendrick
ENTERTAINMENT; WME ENTERTAINMENT; THE ART GALLERY OF NEW
POWERHOUSE ARTS CENTRE; UMI ARTS; THE MUSEUM OF DISCOVER
COURTESY OF: MELBOURNE ART FAIR; THE ARTIST AND ROSYLN OX

Lamar. Below: The


throughout the city (August 9–266; darwinfestival.org.au).
Australian Ballet’s
Coppélia at
Far right: Darwin Festival.
October,
1967, by Dick
Watkins.
Right: Wendy
Paramor’s
Luke, 1967,
remade
2000. Both
on display at
The Field.

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FASHIONABLE

LIFE
Edited by
ELIZA O’HARE

MY LIFE, MY STYLE
With her flagship Paddington store
pulling in design plaudits, S ARAH G ITTOES ,
one half of thriving jewellery line
Sarah & Sebastian, now turns her
refined eye to her new(-ish) beachside
apartment. By E LIZA O’H ARE
Photographed by DAMIAN BENNETT
STYLED BY CAROLINE TRAN. PRICES APPROXIMATE. SEE BUYLINES FOR STOCKISTS

Sarah Gittoes in her lounge in


Sydney, with a Noguchi cofee
table and her prized watering can
(on shelf), wearing Céline top,
$1850, and pants, $1900; her own
Sarah & Sebastian jewellery.

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Fashionable Life

“I love green, I love having nature in here.


If I could have more, I would.”

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Dion Lee sweater,


$750, and skirt, $590;
Gittoes’s own Sarah &
Sebastian jewellery.

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From top: Gittoes’s beloved


t has been only seven years since Sarah Gittoes and Robert fiddle-leaf fig; geometric
Sebastian Grynkofki launched Sarah & Sebastian, but in wall art and a fresh bouquet;
that time the artisanal jewellery brand has received a huge Gittoes wears bassike shirt,
$320; her own Sarah &
wave of response to its minimalist, design-forward pieces.
Sebastian jewellery; the
The duo’s earliest collections were defined by a refreshing lounge, with a Stanislava
kind of delicate, filigree style — fine chain bracelets and Pinchuk artwork and shelves
tiny skinny rings at once modern and built on heritage displaying favourite pottery,
including (bottom left) a
ndations — which goes some way to describing Gittoes’s Nicolette Johnson vase.
personal style and the vibe inside her and partner Russell Munro’s
airy beachside apartment in Coogee, Sydney.
Gittoes has a very serious eye for detail, honed by years of study
for her design degree, and it is put to good use in her role as crea-
tive director. Her attention to detail is the stuff of legend in her
studio.“Any design process for one collection usually takes about
three months and means countless rounds of sampling,” Gittoes
details. “There’s an initial research and concept phase, and then
design development and sampling, then we make everything [for]
the finished product.The Tidal collection was actu-
ally the best example of this. It was just one coral
earring and we had 75 different versions of coral,
which were basically the same thing, and we mulled
over 10 different versions. Eventually I had to ask
the team — and it all looked the same to them.
They all thought I was mad. But I just go until it
feels right. I always like to keep trying, keep
changing and keep adapting.”
She applied this strategy to the minimalist, femi-
nine interior of her apartment, which has white
walls and large windows overlooking the beachy
suburb.The clean lines and low-key choices are pure
Gittoes.“I loved growing up by the beach. I grew up
in Wollongong — I’ve been a coastal girl always, and
we chose Coogee because it’s close to work, [has]
the beach and it’s a little more relaxed,” she says.
The apartment is a reverse work in progress, with
Gittoes removing and minimising objects and furni-
ture pieces as she goes. Cupboards are full of orna-
ments and tchotchkes that have been edited out of the
mix. “My style is minimal; I think there’s something
Zen in not having much around,” Gittoes says. “It keeps you calm,
especially when you have a business. I can think clearly when my
space around me is clear. It’s definitely my aesthetic and I think you
can see that in what we design as well; it’s all really pared-back.And
I think it complements the 1930s Art Deco [space] … the juxtapo-
sition of the ornate walls and clean modern furniture I really enjoy.”
The apartment didn’t need many additions. A new wardrobe
and a day bed in the sunroom were about the extent of the trans-
formation.The garage stores the couple’s barrage of diving gear, so
inside the apartment the strict minimalist order can be maintained.
“I really think about purchases. I’m definitely not a spur-of-the-
moment purchaser with homewares,” Gittoes says. “I think about
it and go back and think about it, and then I’ll know. Everything
has to have a place. I’ve had the opposite end of the spectrum,
where I’ve had so much clutter, and I’ve moved a few times, so,
naturally, you shed a few things, and I think I started wanting
things to be pared-back. It just feels better.”
The aesthetic of the brand’s first flagship store, in Paddington,
Sydney, follows the same principles. An unusual space — a dark-
glass box — it’s the definition of a destination store. Designed by
Sydney-based architects Landini Associates, it just won silver in the
Sydney Design Awards. “We tinted the glass to black working on
a concept of a two-way mirror,” Gittoes says.“Robert and I always
try to do something a little unexpected when it comes to design

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Fashionable Life Sarah &


Sebastian
pieces with a
Lrnce jug.
In the bedroom, with
a Noguchi lamp, wearing
Balenciaga top, $1585,
from Parlour X; her own
LinenHouse cushion, $25,
jeans and jewellery.
domayneonline.com.au.

Dermalogica Sound
Zena Frost lamp, $149, Sleep Cocoon, $120.
domayneonline.com.au.

SARAH’S WORLD

Domus Botanica heart-leaf


Alex and Trahanas plate, $120, philodendron, $35, and pot, $50,
alexandtrahanas.com. domusbotanica.com.au.

A Sarah &
Sebastian
Sean Dix shelves, $595,
‘neckwire’.
remodern.com.au.

[and] the interior really showcases what we do and our process, the
way we design. [How we design the jewellery] is how we display it.”

STILL LIFE: LUISA BRIMBLE; PAULINE SUZOR. STYLED BY CAROLINE TRAN. HAIR AND MAKEUP BY NAOMI McFADDEN
Sarah & Sebastian earring Gittoes’s wardrobe is as you’d expect: order, calm and colour co-
Gittoes’s denim and Balenciaga shoes.

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(far left), $320, and necklace,
ordination. “Wardrobe purchases are spontaneous,” she says, “but my
$1595, sarahandsebastian.com;
Balenciaga shoes, $1180, true style is a shirt and jeans, almost like a uniform. I won’t buy some-
net-a-porter.com; Victoria thing completely out of character, it’s more like multiples of the same
Beckham shirt, $1596, things. Today, I am wearing a Loewe shirt and A.P.C. jeans. I would
victoriabeckham.com.
wear this for work and weekends. For events, I would wear a shirt with
a skirt, but I also love dresses by Dion Lee — we’ve a really close rela-
tionship through work, so I’ll often wear his dresses for eveningwear
Céline bag, $3200, — but most of the time, if I can get away with wearing sneakers to an
(02) 9232 7051. event, I will. I’ve got quite a few pairs. I have two pairs of heels:
Re/Done jeans, $299, matchesfashion.com.

Balenciaga and Céline. In terms of colours, it’s navy most of the time.”
But there’s one chink in her minimalist armour: Gittoes has a thing
for indoor plants, which means regular Saturdays devoted to repot-
ting, and all the wonderful mess that goes with it. “I love green, I love
having nature in here. If I could have more, I would,” she says. “We
started off buying a couple and thought, These are really nice, but they
seem like they’re all alone. [Plants] bring some colour into the home.
Everything else is quite monotone.” The north-facing, heat-trapping
sunroom is a perfect spot for Gittoes’s cacti, whereas in the living
room she has a favourite fiddle-leaf fig she and Munro got “when it
was a baby” upon moving in together. “Watching it grow … it’s one of
the best-performing plants. I have a green thumb and hadn’t realised.”
Acne Studios shoes,
$660, acnestudios.com.
The fig creates a beautiful tension in the space between the ordered
Above: Sarah & Sebastian ring, minimalism and the shock of green leaves inching across the room; a
$1450, sarahandsebastian.com. charming mix of form and joy.The perfect place to come home to.

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E Edited by
ELIZA O’HARE

P I C K YO U R R U N
APE
Mountain majesty in Utah; and the perfect wave (and the
luxurious digs from which to watch it) in Indonesia
STEPHANIE HUXLEY

The view from the gondola


between Park City and
Canyons Village, Utah.

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Escape

THE BIG EASY


Luxury and surfing have not always been easy bedfellows, but Nihi Sumba

in Indonesia nails it, perfecting the art of indulgence in a wild, remote,

not-so-secret surf spot, writes E LIZA O’H ARE


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HERE WAS A TIME when everybody had


horses and only the rich had cars. Now, every-
body has cars and only the rich keep horses.The
same quirk applies to the walls and floors of Nihi
Sumba. Everybody has walls and floors at home
— and the owners don’t want them here in this
Opposite page: Nihi
slice of heaven. There’s no need. The minimalist Sumba resort on
struction of the resort’s main restaurant, Ombak, Nihiwatu Beach, Sumba.
features a soft swept-sand floor and is deliberately left open to the This page: a Haweri
villa’s main bedroom
warm sea breeze and salt spray.Weathered bamboo beams support and, below, bamboo balé
a woven palm ceiling and raffia pendant lights, just metres from on a private beach.
Occy’s Left (named after Australian champion surfer Mark
Occhilupo), the most perfect long left-hand wave.
This is a famous break within surf circles. And that’s what’s so
clever about Nihi Sumba: it’s built around a (pretty much) guaran-
teed great surf experience, with considered luxury piled on top so
you get a happy surfer and a really happy surfer’s partner and family.
Take into consideration the NihiOka Spa Safari, a 90-minute hike
(optional) to a secluded clifftop massage and spa experience by a
OPPOSITE PAGE: JASON WOLCOTT. THIS PAGE: READ McKENDREE

private white-sand beach. Back at the main site, the cruisey Nio
Beach Club is stocked with tow-out power boats, surf- and paddle-
boards, snorkels and dive equipment, fishing accoutrements and all
manner of other oceanic accessories. This savvy set-up means
shore-lovers can eat, drink, bake and swim in the lap pool or the
soft, foamy ocean mere metres from the surf action, paddling in to
watch the sunset over the sets with an icy Bintang. It’s all so easy,
and a real contrast to the home lives of the moneyed American
surfers who make up many of Nihi’s guests, something that has
helped propel it to world-number-one-hotel status — twice.
The resort stretches along two and a half kilometres of pristine
coastline where jungle and rice paddies meet powdery white
sand. It’s breathtaking — the stuff screen savers are made of.
There’s the inevitable comparison between this purity, serenity

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Escape
Clockwise from left: Nio
Beach Club; the Wamoro
two-bedroom villa’s pool; a
Wamoro one-bedroom villa’s
bathroom; Nio Beach Club.

and primal beauty and the nightclub-on-sand stretches of Kuta


and Seminyak on the island just an hour’s flight away: this must be
what Bali was like 40 years ago.
It is not easy to get to Sumba, and most haven’t even heard of it.
The remoteness can be a little overwhelming. A flight to Bali’s
Denpasar normally requires an overnight stay before you connect
with the one-hour domestic flight to Tambolaka on Sumba, where
a 4WD will take you the final one-to-two hours — on sketchy roads
— to the resort. Sumba is still a wild island, with dogs roaming the
highways and scarce clean water and electricity. But it’s worth it.
Nihi’s 33 villas take advantage of the land’s best features. There
are tree houses, beach huts and jungle rooms, each charming in its
own way. All have luxury-safari-style interiors, minibars, plunge
pools with well-placed day beds, gorgeous tropical gardens, over-
sized baths and bird’s-eye views of the surf. There is a fashion
connection here: Nihi is owned by Chris Burch, ex-husband of
Tory Burch, lending a jetsetting glamour to the entire operation.
As it turns out, our visit is during the wet season.This is some-

“There are things here you just cannot experience anywhere else.”
thing I’ve strived to avoid for all my beach holidays, but we discover
it means pleasantly misty light rains. The sun’s harshness is dulled,
and the light is gentle and low and dreamy. Colours are muted and,
without the midday glare, we quickly descend into a floppy stupor. THIS PAGE: READ McKENDREE. OPPOSITE PAGE: ELIZA O’HARE; TANIASMAGICALTRAVELS.COM

It’s what we need — the wet season forces relaxation. I’m a convert.
Because Sumba is so off-the-beaten-track, there are things here you
just cannot experience anywhere else, and isn’t that the definition of
luxury? Nihi keeps 17 horses in manicured stables by the beach, with
a dedicated team.They’re a mix of horse breeds traded by the Dutch
in exchange for spices, retired racehorses and ponies for pasola, the
daredevil local version of polo in which javelins are employed to fell
opponents. Not everyone survives, and local grievances are played
out.We’re only a couple of weeks away from this year’s event, so antic-
ipation runs high among the stable hands who will compete.
Riding at a clip along the beach is one of the big moments of our
trip. There is some free-spirited cantering along the sand, knee-
high into the surf and up sheer green slopes to ride among a herd
of water buffalo being shepherded home between terraced rice
paddies. Exhilarating.
But our most memorable highlight happens like clockwork every
day:happy hour in the bar,a stiff gin-and-tonic in hand,sand between
our toes, quietly contemplating Occy’s Left. Luxury indeed.
nihi.com. Harper’s BAZAAR flew as a guest of Virgin Australia.

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BEST OVERNIGHTERS
On the way: Alila Villas Uluwatu
Less than half an hour from Denpasar airport in
Bali, these gorgeous, secluded clifftop villas make for
a calming entry to your holiday.The villas are slick
and design-heavy, set among vertical gardens and
landscaped terraces, allowing you to shake off the
flight before settling in to enjoy a spectacular sunset
over the Indian Ocean. Dress up for dinner.
Connecting to your internal flight is easy — it’s just
another half hour back to the airport — but leaving
will be hard. alilauluwatu.grandluxuryhotels.com

Day club: Four Seasons Resort Bali at Jimbaran Bay


Returning to Denpasar from Sumba often means up to
an eight-hour wait for a flight back to Australia, which is
not best spent at Ngurah Rai Airport.A day pass at Four
Seasons Jimbaran is a perfect nightcap to your trip.This
Four Seasons was one of the first truly luxurious hotels
in Bali — with its intricate handcut stonework, it feels
traditional and special.The updated pool bar is a fun way
to while away an afternoon, but the plunge pools in the
villas are just as luxurious, with their views over
Jimbaran Bay. fourseasons.com/jimbaranbay

A Haweri villa (and above right).


Above: the author on horseback.

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Escape

Park City, Utah, might be an under-the-radar ski destination


compared with its flashier counterparts, but its low-key
vibe belies its superstar regulars, perfect snow and burgeoning
farm-to-table dining scene. By S TEPHANIE H UXLEY

Grand Summit Hotel.


Left: the Wasatch Range.

OM THE FIRST salt-crusted, snow-blan-


eted aerial view via my plane window of
alt Lake Valley and the Wasatch Mountains,
he Park City landscape is beautiful, raw,
ublime. Best known as the home of
undance Film Festival, Park City is also a ski
cation prized for its consistent powder,
and plentiful bluebird days each season.
Vail Resorts acquired Park City Mountain Resort in 2014
and linked it with CanyonsVillage by way of the Quicksilver
gondola to create what is the largest single ski and snowboard
resort in the US (it offers an Epic Australia Pass that covers ski
fields across the US and Canada as well as in Perisher, New
GETTY IMAGES; STEPHANIE HUXLEY; COURTESY OF VENUES

South Wales). It’s a surprisingly quick trip from Australia: fly


into LA, transfer to a two-hour flight to Salt Lake City, and
you’re only a 40-minute drive from the heart of Park City.
Nestled at the foot of the snowfields, downtown has a decid-
edly urban feel. The former mining town’s streets are lined
with preserved historical buildings that now house an eclectic
mix of contemporary restaurants, chic shops and boutique
accommodation. Spend a day shopping and keep an eye out
for one of the Banksy pieces dotted around.
There is an understated luxury to Park City. This is a
quieter celebrity hotspot, home to The Colony, perhaps the
most exclusive housing development in any ski resort in the
world, where Will Smith, Justin Bieber and Robert Redford

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are said to own or rent houses. My ski instructor, Alex Fleet, who
seems to have had quite a number of celebrity pupils, describes
one of the ski runs, Mystic Pines, as “Hilary Swank’s favourite”.
But unlike other, glitzier, better-known resorts, this is where
celebrities come to ski without being seen.
My first day in Park City is spent skiing CanyonsVillage, where
the wide terrain feels endless once I make it off the magic carpet
with the help of my very patient and very pro instructor. The
landscape is picturesque, and the feeling of zooming along between
quietly reverberating aspens under clear skies is second to none.
Park City Mountain is a little more built-up, until we make our
way up the mountain, where we are greeted by
views to Deer Valley. Lunch options on both
mountains are all-American, ski-lodge style. “My ski instructor,
I become addicted to warming bowls of vege- Alex Fleet, who
tarian chilli; burgers, fries and salads are on
offer, too.The menu is much the same at each seems to have had From top: downtown Park City; the
living room at Washington School
spot, but it’s worth trying a few different
vantage points — at Summit House, views
quite a number of House Hotel features an antler
chandelier adorned with Swarovski
sweep all the way down the valley and up to celebrity pupils, crystals and a gilded mirror from
France; the hotel’s outdoor pool.
the highest point in Park City, known as
Ninety-nine 90 for its elevation in feet. describes one of the
By the end of our second day, Alex has me
confident on blue runs with minimal tumbles,
ski runs as ‘Hilary
I learn to ski backwards (slowly, on a very slight Swank’s favourite’.”
incline, with a lot of squealing), and we’ve
visited all of the impressive spots for photo
opportunities. I vow never to ski without a private instructor again.
While the days are spent swishing down the mountain, evenings
in Park City are all about relaxed après-ski followed by farm-to-
table dining. For drinks right off the slopes, visit the world’s first
and only ski-in gastro-distillery, High West, for the incredibly
well-executed cocktails and delicious modern-Southern food.The
dining scene in Park City is young yet impressive, with a strong
focus on seasonality and local ingredients, chefs delicately balancing
inventiveness with comfort-food offerings. Make a reservation and
settle in for a night of shared feasting at buzzy Handle.
On our final day, we join Park City Yoga Adventures at nearby
Blue Sky ranch for a gentle guided hike among quiet alpine forest
and across snow-blanketed hills. Our hourlong walk finishes in a
Norwegian-style yurt perched on a mountaintop meadow, where
we are treated to a private yoga session in front of a crackling wood
fire followed by cups of herbal tea.A deeply restorative day off the
slopes and the perfect tonic for ski-tired muscles (and, in our case,
a godsend for a last-night-in-Park-City-induced hangover).

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Escape

STAY
WASHINGTON SCHOOL HOUSE HOTEL
Within a beautifully refurbished schoolhouse
originally built in 1889, this luxurious 12-room
boutique hotel is an oasis of calm near bustling
Main Street. Here is a perfectly curated mix of antique
furnishings, contemporary fine art, original oak
floors, marble surfaces — it’s all extremely tasteful.
A roaring fireplace under an antler chandelier forms
the centrepiece of the hotel’s mountain-chic living
room, where the kitchen serves a modern organic take
on classic American fare.The hotel’s crowning jewel
is a charming rooftop pool and fire pit lounge tucked
PARK LIFE behind the snow-covered pitched roof.Take advantage
of the ski valet service, whereby sleek SUVs whisk you
Where to eat, drink, sleep from your doorstep to Canyons, Park City and Deer
and shop in Park City Valley ski fields. washingtonschoolhouse.com
GRAND SUMMIT HOTEL
The Grand Summit sits at the base of Canyons Village,
meaning true ski-in, ski-out convenience. Most rooms
offer views of the ski fields, and those without
overlook the misty heated outdoor swimming pool
and bobbing gondola, which looks particularly magical
at sunset.All the rooms feel generously oversized, but
the expansive luxury penthouses are the best.

COURTESY OF VENUES; ANDREW BRADEN; GETTY IMAGES; STEPHANIE HUXLEY; STILL LIFE: CHRIS JANSEN.
rockresorts.com/grand-summit.asp

EAT
HANDLE Ask any local for a restaurant STYLED BY SAMANTHA WONG. PRICES APPROXIMATE. SEE BUYLINES FOR STOCKISTS

recommendation and the answer is invariably Handle.


The menu is seasonally driven and the produce locally
sourced, the cocktails are expertly mixed and the vibe
is undeniably hipster. Mushroom-topped farro
porridge with kale pesto is exceedingly delicious, as is
the fried chicken breast with brown-sugar-pickled
tomato. handleparkcity.com
POWDER AT WALDORF ASTORIA A menu of
elevated comfort food in a luscious, cosy setting that
looks out to the fairy-light-lined pool of the Waldorf
Astoria.Ahi tuna crudo with avocado, cucumber,
radishes and a zingy citrus shoyu makes for a refreshing
start to the meal, followed by a feast of wood-grilled
cauliflower, and a buffalo tenderloin paired with a
From top: looking down Main Street California pinot noir. Our waiter tells us that the
at dusk; the Rattlesnake cocktail at
Waldorf Astoria is the original home of the red velvet
Handle; the Waldorf Astoria’s lobby;
Miners Camp ski lodge at the base cake, and it is by far the best I have ever tasted.
of the Quicksilver gondola. waldorfastoriaparkcity.com/dine

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THE FARM Rustic yet refined, The Farm is located at the


Grand Summit Hotel. Executive chef Manuel “Manny”
Rozehnal takes great pleasure in sourcing sustainable and
regional ingredients for this farm-to-table restaurant,
growing produce in the restaurant’s own garden in summer.
I’m still dreaming about the herbed spätzle, a German
pastalike dish with emmental cheese, caramelised onions
and black chanterelles topped with freshly sliced black
truffle and crispy shallots and accompanied by a glass of
Clockwise from top left:
barolo — equal parts comforting and decadent.
Canyons Resort; Five5eeds
FIVE5EEDS With a menu that focuses on nourishment cafe; Gorsuch store; a hotcake
with mixed berries, lemon-infused
as well as flavour, and dishes crafted from the best in local, mascarpone, nuts and seeds
seasonal produce, Five5eeds brings a piece of Aussie cafe at Five5eeds.
culture to Utah. Every detail has been thought out here,
from the cosy-yet-cool modern-industrial fit-out by
Melbourne design studio Hecker Guthrie to the crockery, as it feels so Utah. Housed in a Mission-style building,
by the Robert Gordon family in Victoria, to the artfully this is a Park City institution, where an eclectic array of
presented (and supremely delicious) hotcake topped with dusty antiques and collectibles hang from the ceiling, locals
mixed berries, lemon-infused mascarpone and lean on the front bar, the whisky sours are average, but the
pistachio nuts. This is the spot for an infallible PAC KI N
ity
atmosphere is electric. The rooftop is the place to be, and,
flat white. five5eeds.com reportedly, the buffalo burger is world famous.
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nonamesaloon.net
DRINK
HIGH WEST DISTILLERY The SHOP
world’s first ski-in gastro-pub-distillery, GORSUCH With outposts in Vail, Aspen and Park
located at the foot of the town lift City, this is the ultimate luxury ski-inspired treasure
near Main Street. highwest.com trove. The store feels like the chicest ski chalet, filled
NO NAME SALOON & GRILL with divine homewares (I very nearly bring home
Without doubt my favourite place, some bone china plates dotted with tiny painted
skiers), luxury candles from Cire Trudon and
Diptyque, clothes from Etro and Brunello Cucinelli,
From top: Céline bag, and more Moncler and other high-end ski attire
$2100, (02) 9232 7051; than I have ever seen in one place. gorsuch.com
Moncler boots, $620,
matchesfashion.com; CAKE Stop in for cosy sweaters and premium
Givenchy coat, $3650, denim from contemporary designers including Iro,
net-a-porter.com.
Frame and A.L.C., browse delicate necklaces and
Moncler fine rings by Adina Reyter and stock up on Wool
pants, $1370, & Cashmere Shampoo from The Laundress to take
net-a-porter.com.
care of your new knitwear. cakeparkcity.com

SkinCeuticals C | TWO BY CAKE A delicately minimal sister


Ultimate UV Defence store to Cake containing a thoughtfully curated mix
SPF 30, $69; Moncler of luxurious lingerie and sleepwear by Maison Du
goggles, $380,
Soir and eberjey, and modern beauty must-haves
matchesfashion.com.
from Susanne Kaufmann, Byredo, Rodin and Joanna
Vargas. cakeparkcity.com
BURNS COWBOY SHOP A very distinguished
cowboy shop and museum of fantastically high-end
leather. Take a piece of Utah home via a custom-de-
High West Distillery. signed pair of exotic-leather cowboy boots.
burnscowboyshop.com

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Horoscopes
By ORLI LYSEN orlilysen.com

LEO (July 23–August 22) better off kept out of the public eye as
You love drama and, this month, you’re Venus goes undercover, and a recent ten-
sure to get it.An eclipse in your sign brings dency to speak out at inappropriate mo-
a shift in your outlook that could change ments retreats now too.
everything.Thanks to crazy planet Uranus
now in reverse, your erratic career phase ARIES (March 21–April 19)
will calm down, and Venus helps you If you’ve felt out of sorts lately, blame your
charm your way into anything. Mercury ruling planet, Mars. It’s been operating in a
moves forward in your sign to help you rare low-energy retrograde mode that
make up your mind after a rare dithery could have been affecting your ambitions,
spell, and rethinking health and how you
“Focus less on glass slippers your career and even your tribe.These are-
assist or enable others will put a spark back and more on pushing through as will be revitalised when you get the urge
into work and love. glass ceilings.” to move forward on new ideas or a career
change.A shake-up of your artistic and ro-
– MEGHAN MARKLE
VIRGO (August 23–September 22) Duchess of Sussex and Leo mantic desires emerges as well, thanks to
An eclipse brings an epiphany that opens this month’s life-correcting eclipse. Erratic
you up to new ideas, improves your mood become a media sensation may emerge finances even out, and as you let go of old
and puts the past into perspective. As your now. Home feels settled, just as friendships emotional hurt, Venus brings harmony to
ruler, Mercury, moves out of retrograde, feel more supportive and inspirational. your closest relationships.
old emotional debris can be cleared.Venus A close collaboration could see you achiev-
in your sign gets you romance-ready, and ing a dream, and while crazy planet Uranus TAURUS (April 20–May 20)
once the love and money planet hits your takes a retrograde respite, recent erratic Home life gets an eclipse-driven wake-up
finance zone, you’ll be able to invest in finances and passions simmer down. call this month. New insights could be re-
yourself and in your relationships.Travel if vealed, so use them to your advantage
you can, as getting some distance from a CAPRICORN (December 22–January 20) once Mercury’s retrograde mischief ceases.
situation could help you to balance love, Continuity and conformity are your With crazy planet Uranus on your case
creativity and your future. watchwords, but this month’s eclipse tar- until 2026, life is set to be way too unpre-
gets intimacy and your financial interests. dictable for your comfort-zone-loving
LIBRA (September 23–October 23) Prepare for a phase of life-correction in sign, but for now, Uranus is in reverse, so
Your vibe is your tribe this month, and an these areas with a ripple-effect on roman- enjoy the calm and healthy balance that
eclipse could shake out the hangers-on, tic moves and artistic talents. A full moon will emerge in your relationships.Also this
leaving you with like-minded collabora- calls for transparency with all you do and month, the full moon urges you to fulfil a
tors plus room to attract new kindred spir- say, just as Venus lends harmony and bal- dream and consolidate a friendship.
its. Ambitions may also veer off in a new ance to your career. Mars makes a second
direction once Mercury is out of reverse. visit to your sign to put right what went GEMINI (May 21–June 21)
With your ruler, Venus, in your sign and adrift from March to May. Make ‘encour- Your usual wit may have missed the mark
with crazy Uranus turning retrograde, re- age, not coerce’ your mantra this month. lately with your ruler, Mercury, responsi-
lationships are more predictable and finan- ble for a recent faux pas.The planet moves
cial peaks and troughs even out. Love and AQUARIUS (January 21–February 18) out of retrograde now and an eclipse clues
your home life could be transformed Thanks to this month’s eclipse, fresh starts, you in on fine-tuning your delivery. This
when Venus and explosive Pluto engage new insights and game-changes galore are change also makes home a healthier, hap-
late in the month. part of important love and business duos. pier place, with the possibility of romance,
You could even find new ways to deal baby plans or a fulfilling creative collabo-
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ward. A life-correcting eclipse might put With your spontaneous ruler, Uranus, some experiences are yours for the taking.
you on a career path you hadn’t consid- powered down in retrograde and Venus Just make sure you’re on the lookout and
ered, but it could be the best thing for you. also in the mix, you’ll need to embrace ready for them when they arise.
Love is more low-key until next month challenges in a calmer, more co-operative
when Venus activates your own sign, way as collaborations — and a solid mas- CANCER (June 22–July 22)
though relationships are less edgy now terplan — are key. An eclipse in your finance zone may
with Uranus in reverse. Things could get change your priorities now. The next six
volatile around mid-month when your PISCES (February 19–March 20) months could see you happily trans-
ruler, Pluto, squares up to Venus, so speak- Your sensitive system picks up moods and formed from high spender to shoeless
ing your truth works best wrapped in love. energies easily, so a full moon in your sign hippie — or the other way around if you
could overwhelm you. Your body influ- so prefer. Relationships go from so-so to
SAGITTARIUS (November 23–December 21) ences your mind — and vice versa — so standout, and while career connections
You get a cosmic kick-start towards your this month’s eclipse is a call to revitalise could feel competitive, the rewards will be
destiny with this month’s eclipse opening your self-care and work routines.Ambitions quick and measurable.Venus wants you to
up opportunities to expand your horizons. will be on fire again once you get your lavish love on your home and yourself, as
Initially, eclipses conceal more than they re- mindset right, and Mars is on your side. a full moon suggests you disregard what
veal, but plans to travel, return to study or Financial and physical relationships are the world outside thinks of you, for now.

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