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Fashion / TV

James Jagger for Jimmy Choo

Actor, musician and son of Mick Jagger and Jerry Hall, rock royalty James Jagger reveals his style influences and the sounds that get him dancing for Jimmy Choo’s AW 16 Men’s campaign.

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Destination / Postcards

A guide to L.A. living

El Matador Beach. PHOTOGRAPHY @neadajane. “I live right near Venice Beach, but it's always worth the drive for more scenic and remote shores just north of Malibu. There is an overwhelming sense of natural beauty at El Matador. Somehow there's always enough space, and few enough people for it to feel like a sacred slice of the west coast. But if you love to surf, Leo Carillo is your spot.”

When it comes to engaging the senses, Neada Jane of recently-launched social app Clapit knows more than a thing or two. On a picture perfect L.A. day, the Australian native took RUSSH for a ride around the city she now calls home.

Events

RUSSH x Rolla’s

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Blue on blue. We celebrate the launch of Rolla’s 2016 Summer collection, with special guests Say Lou Lou.

Fashion / The Essentials

Smooth sailing

ANNA QUAN dress; SARAH & SEBASTIAN necklaces (worn throughout).

Soft silks and fluid silhouettes. From Georgia Alice’s gathered layers to Silk Laundry’s twist on the classic, these are the slip dresses to wear over and under, again and again.

Beauty / Trend

Up and away

From left: Caroline Brasch Nielsen @caroline_brasch; Camille Hurel @camhrl.

Still the most effortless. Messy or ballerina, poolside or nine to five. Pull your hair into a nonchalant bun and choose your own adventure. From Frederikke to Natasha – this is the ultimate in off-duty styling.

Fashion / Trend

All black and white

ALEXANDER WANG AW 16. Gorunway.com.

A nod to the 60s. AW 16 brought a wave of monochrome stripes, prints and checks, plus mod silhouettes. Twiggy would be proud.

Destination / In Residence

Sylvè Colless, Aurélia

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Figures float, suspended in darkness. Curves shine metallic as if lit by the moon. In the mind’s eye of photographer Sylvè Colless this “isolation in space and reflection” represents the human psyche. “The bodies in the images are the ‘light’.” This is the concept behind her new exhibition, Aurélia.