Beneath the kaleidoscope. Celebrating the opening of Cartier: The Exhibition at the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, Cartier hosted a private dinner to showcase over 300 of of the luxury jewellery brand’s most iconic and exceptional creations, comprised of its namesake collection, alongside loans from royal families, aristocrats and celebrities from across the world. The space was brought to life with sculptures from floral artist Dr Cooper Studio, who found inspiration for her designs in the colours and tones of rubies, diamonds, emeralds and sapphires. The evening also featured a kaleidoscopic digital animation created by French artists Antoine et Manuel, and an acoustic performance from musician Thandie Phoenix of her new single, Tell Me Where The Lovers Have Gone.
The beach at midnight, afternoon cocktails and the best of local knowledge, all in Moncler Fragment. Here, Anna Feller spends a weekend the best way she knows how.
Between the vines. Photographer and filmmaker Alice Wesley-Smith sends RUSSH postcards from a weekend spent in wine country at Angove Winery, McLaren Vale.
Listen to your instincts; artist Clare Plueckhahn will show you how. Following the success of her Melbourne exhibition, Running with Wolves, Plueckhahn takes her collection to Sydney’s Sun Studios in November.