A nod to the 60s. AW 16 brought a wave of black and white patterns, stripes, prints and checks in mod silhouettes. Twiggy would be proud.
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.
Forget fads and try a seasonal approach. Makeup artist and beauty expert Wendy Rowe reminds us why fresh is always best.
Hide imperfections and smooth over troubled skin. There’s no need to take cover. Bronzed beauty, all year round.
Big ideas on silver screens. Returning to the Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival in 2017, the Fashion Film Series – presented by RUSSH – shines a light on emerging and recognised fashion filmmakers. Applications for the festival are open ’til September 30, with finalists announced in late October.
Mirror image. With twin sisters Lia and Odette Pavlova playing muse, this AW 16 campaign explores the innate strength and softness of the Mulberry woman.
Not just for French girls. Make like Langley and Caroline and put striped tops on high rotation.
We’re picking up good vibrations. Embrace the healing properties of crystal for the mind and body. Peppered with positive intention, this is the ultimate in energised skincare.
Heat things up and boost your health with a dose of raw cacao.