Inspired by Japanese photographer and artist Nobuyoshi Araki’s erotic work, Strateas Carlucci’s FW 17 collection alludes to fetishism, gender fluidity and disruption in a result that’s both wearable and desirable. Hook, line and sinker.
Join the club. From hoodies to corduroy and bomber jackets. Follow the lead of Pyper and Josephine and warm up in pink.
A simple touch. If it’s a subtle statement you’re chasing line your eyes with a soft cat eye.
And now you’re saying that you need me babe. Haim present their new single, Right Now, and it’s accompanying film clip – the Paul Thomas Anderson directed one-take, in-studio live recording of the tune.
Make like Dree and Andreea and know that deep rouge is always a good idea.
The girl from the beach, with those green eyes and a name inspired by kung fu. We spent a sun drenched afternoon with our newest Face, Jeet Pavlovic.
Prior to his stint pioneering the Pop Art movement, Andy Warhol was a highly sought-after commercial illustrator in New York. Explore Adman: Warhol before pop at the Art Gallery of NSW for a snapshot of this icon in his formative years in the public eye.
Visual artist, tattoo artist and friend of RUSSH, Ukraine-born Miso – aka Stanislava Pinchuk – creates works that are deeply personal and painstakingly detailed. Her latest and largest work to date, Sarcophagus, takes viewers to the Chernobyl Nuclear Exclusion Zone.
A RUSSH girl from the beginning, with those bee-stung lips and sun-speckled cheeks she’s been impossible for us to forget. She’s called Bondi beach home her whole life and, though she’s only been modelling for 18 months, she’s caught the eye of fashion’s elite. An “unconventional” Virgo, foodie and lover of all things denim and vintage; introducing our April Face – Jeet.
Model and artist Rachel Rutt is one half of Sydney-based electronic act Heart People, formed with Canyons DJ Ryan Grieve in pursuit of multi-sensory self expression. And with a sound like no other, Rutt is just one of the pioneering women of the city’s electronic scene set to play at Freda’s tonight as part of female-focused festival For Film’s Sake.