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ISSUE 5 - BRIGHT // BOLD // SHINY 1ST ANNIVERSARY ISSUE PART B

COVER STORY BY LEÏLA JOY


ISSUE 6 THEME

SHARP // GRAPHIC // SHADED

• SUBMIT NOW • DEADLINE // 25 FEBRUARY 2019

www.fenhongsemagazine.com/submissions/ www.fenhongsemagazine.com/themes/ ISSUE 3 COVER STORY: PHOTOGRAPHER Aaron VIII • STYLIST Megan Quigley • HMUA Liz Tieu • MODEL Cindy Wang of Chadwick Models


Fen Hong Se Magazine (Pink Magazine) is a Australian full colour quarterly, print on demand publication available in English & Mandarin. Our purpose is to showcase the amazing talent we have in Australia & internationally & to celebrate the creativity that is all around us in the areas of fashion, art & music. You can order a copy of the magazine through the website & get it delivered right to your door no matter where you are in the world. From mainstream to avant garde, emerging to established, electronic to rock & surrealism to realism - we have a passion for it all & we can't wait to publish & show this talent off on a global scale! For art and photographic submissions: www.fenhongsemagazine.com/submissions/ Quarterly themes can be found here: www.fenhongsemagazine.com/themes/

Editor-In-Chief Megan Quigley Special Thanks John Quigley Natasje Garbers Brooke Fowler Aaron VIII General Inquiries editor@fenhongsemagazine.com Submissions www.kavyar.com/fen-hong-se-magazine

LETTER FROM THE EDITOR: 1 YEAR! What a year and we made it! It's been such an amazing whirlwind of new things: new experiences, new friends, new collaborations, new ventures, all of them fantastic! So here is my inspirational message for you for 2019: Life is short, too short to be scared of failure, to doubt yourself, to not dream big. Dream as big as you can and follow that dream with the determination and perseverance to make your dream a reality. Nothing worth doing is easy, life is hard and you have to work at it to make it what you want it to be. Be as out there and as unapologetically creative as you can be right now! I hope you enjoy this very large double issue, I've spent many hours (and a few sleepless nights) compiling these amazing creatives for you to be inspired by. Meg xox Editor-In-Chief CONTACT / editor@fenhongsemagazine.com FACEBOOK / facebook.com/fenhongsemag INSTAGRAM / @fenhongsemag WEBSITE / www.fenhongsemagazine.com


FRONT COV ER (P49) PHOTOGRAPHER Leïla Joy, STYLIST Emma Cotterill HMUA Steph Lai, MODEL Nya Leth, AGENCY KULT

BACK COV ER (P81) PHOTOGRAPHER Luke Foley Martin, STYLIST Jason Kapurubandara, HAIR STYLIST Lenard Johnston, MAKE UP ARTISTS Olga Gill and Abbie Ahmed, MODELS Alex of Clyne Models and Tanya Garcial of 62 Models

CONTENTS P7: DOODAD + FANDANGO, P13: PHILIPPA RIDDIFORD, P19: CHRISTNA LAZAR-SCHULER, P25: PIYATHATH PATIPARNPRASERT, P33: DANIELA RAITI, P41: LAUREN AZAR, P47: LEÏLA JOY, P59: NATASJE GARBERS, P67: CHRISTINE ITEL, P77: LUKE FOLEY-MARTIN, P85: CONSTANZA MARTINEZ, P97: TAMIE ANTHAS, P103: CHRISSIE HALL, P113: BROOKLYN MAROK, P119: ALEXANDRA MANTOURA, P125: JAMES ATKINS, P129: CONTRIBUTORS LIST

THIS PAGE: PHOTOGRAPHER Constanza Martinez, STYLIST & CREATIVE DIRECTOR Diego Ibañez, HMUA Sean Derbees, MODEL Danielle Van Randen, AGENCY Paragon Model Management & IMG Worldwide, MODEL Isabel Asprilla, AGENCY New Icon Model Management, SHOT ON LOCATION Taqueria Orinoco


WANT TO ADVERTISE WITH FÊN HÓNG SÈ MAGAZINE? FOR MORE INFORMATION EMAIL US AT: EDITOR@FENHONGSEMAGAZINE


Image courtesy of Liz Ham


From necklaces made of teeth, to a collection inspired by the romance of Italian culture, Doodad + Fandango’s colour-pop statement pieces are made to stand out and shout "FASHUN!" from the highest peak. Designer Nikita Margarita has a knack for designing pieces that you can’t help but want to in your accessories drawer. Nikita took the plunge in creating her own line, which is the plastique fantastique wearable art signature style that you see today. Read on as Nikita shed’s some light on her career as a jewellery designer. Your resume is coloured in careers in fashion design, shoe making and costume styling, when did you first realise you wanted to leave these other careers behind to pursue a career as a jewellery designer? I had a burning desire to design and make accessories for a really, really long time, but had no idea how to go about it. That sounds a bit silly now, but 15 or so years ago it was a different landscape, there was no instagram of course and starting a label seemed huge, daunting, impossible! Eventually (in 2005) I heard about the Jewellery and Object Design Adv. Dip. course offered at the Enmore Design College. I signed up immediately and it literally changed my life, I ended up studying there for 5 years learning conceptual design and silver smithing. My materials and style have changed a lot since then and even though it’s pretty much always been a struggle working in this field, I love it so much and it’s a more natural fit for me than fashion design or other disciplines. I realised somewhere along the way that while I am obsessed with fashion, I don’t care to produce it or care too much about what other people wear. However I want to smother people in my accessories! You pay homage to the bakelite and celluloid costume jewellery of the 1930’s & 50’s with the boldness of your pieces tying all of your collections together with a common thread. Can you tell us how you keep your ideas and inspiration fresh without losing your signature style? After I graduated from jewellery school I got a part-time job at Harlequin Market, which was a boutique that specialised in vintage costume jewellery. I learnt so much about the different plastics that have been used in accessories over the last 100 years and it gave me a new respect for these materials as well as an appreciation for the fun you can have in this medium. School had made me a bit of a contemporary design snob, so it was eye opening and freeing to recognise the value and beauty in these ‘non-precious’ pieces. My very first Perspex designs were inspired by a retrospective I saw of Yayoi Kusama (2009 MCA, Sydney) and my love of vintage Bakelite designs. I take originality very seriously and try my hardest not to be too influenced by other people’s designs, though at the same time I am strongly influenced by pop art and I think everyone has a right to have a bash at anything, we all have our own versions of similar ideas in us! I try not to get too caught up worrying about other people copying me, and I try to be the best designer I can, always seeking to be original and unique and true to my voice. I don’t take my inspiration from other jewellery designers, but from fashion, art history and travel.

Collaborating with other artists is a fantastic way to keep new ideas coming in, and at the end of the day I can’t help who I essentially am, a fashion addict, with a dash of tacky in me but with an unending obsession with adornment. What has been the biggest hurdle and greatest asset in getting your label up and running to the business that it is today? To be honest it can be a gruelling and an isolated life operating a small business on your own! I am constantly exhausted trying to do everything by myself. It has been a struggle every day but I am so grateful for the little successes I have had along the way that give me the motivation to keep going. I’ve never run a business before so I’m usually feeling along in the dark and often wonder if I am my own worst enemy with some of the decisions I’ve made ie. choosing to manufacture myself and not off shore. The biggest asset to my enterprise has undoubtedly been Instagram, when you don’t have money for PR social media is crucial, but my relationship with it is tenuous! Instagram are always changing things around and my business is so dependant on it now that the way they mess around with the algorithm can have a negative impact on everything. Undoubtedly a huge asset to my business are the people who seem to love what I do and not just buy my work but give me motivation with their nice comments on social media and IRL when I meet them. Without that I would fall apart from the worries and isolation. I know that’s dramatic, but working on your own is a particular type of pressure and I appreciate the positive feedback so much. D+F is stated to be a sustainable, eco-friendly label. Can you tell us a bit more about your stance on being a label that supports looking after the planet and the steps you take to ensure that your carbon footprint is minimal. I think the most significant step I have taken in my label to be low impact is to be self producing and made to order. This way I can control how the pieces are manufactured, how the waste is disposed, where all of the bits and pieces are sourced and who is making it all (me!). I don’t overproduce, I only make what people order and no one is getting exploited making it (oh, except me!). All of my acrylic waste is collected and sent for recycling, and as much as possible I try to buy my materials from local suppliers so I am supporting local businesses and most importantly I am always looking to make my pieces to a high quality so that they last. I encourage people to get in touch if anything breaks, I am SO HAPPY to repair their doodads and have never charged anyone to repair anything. I certainly have quite a bit of guilt seeing as how I do work in plastic, so to balance this out I treat these materials with the highest respect and use them in a way so that they last for a very long time, not just one silly season of fashion.


There is no denying that I love D+F and that I get excited with every new piece I see. Can you tell us what part of the design process gets you excited and motivated to keep on designing and making these wearable art marvels? I’m impatient and get easily bored but am powered by a never ending desire to create new designs. Sometimes I can despair thinking there is nothing left I can possibly turn into a doodad, and then I wake up, it’s a new day, and I have a 100 new ideas tapping on my brain! I find that hours of sitting behind a computer designing are not that rewarding, I prefer being in the studio and using my hands to create and the final step of peeling off the protective paper on a new piece to see the bright colours and crisp designs is the best moment! I also love creating images and photo shoots to showcase my work, I often have an image in my head of the final shot, I can see who’s wearing the item and how it’s been styled before it’s even a sketch. When I was a teenager in the 80’s I was o-b-s-e-s-s-e-d with fashion magazines so getting to work with other creatives to make beautiful images featuring my doodads is such a dream come true… I sometimes can’t believe it is really happening. To be a part of the visual global conversation is so exciting. What is the next step for D+F? Where would you like to see D+F head in the next year? I want to still be doing what I’m doing, and I’d love to be making enough money to employ more people in the manufacturing process. I’d love to see Doodads being sold in Japan where I know people would like my work, but it can be very hard to break into this market.

I’d like to be making the accessories for Moschino, I find the accessories they use in their runway shows soooo blah and not nearly as amazing as their clothing. I know I could do a better job, come on Jeremy Scott, hit me up!

Nikita and Sarah K Collaboration

So what are you waiting for? To keep up to date on Doodad + Fandango news, links are below. WEBSITE www.doodadandfandango.com INSTAGRAM @doodad_and_fandango FACEBOOK doodad & fandango FÊN HÓNG SÈ MAGAZINE • 9


Images courtesy of Liz Ham


Images courtesy of Rachel Mia


PHILIPPA RIDDIFORD Melbourne based New Zealand artist, Philippa Riddiford comes from a very comprehensive background in design and fashion in New Zealand receiving considerable media attention from 1986 to 1996 for her input into the fashion and design scene there as a costume jewellery designer/stylist/buyer. Her well-known 'Philippa Riddiford Accessories' costume jewellery business in Auckland in the 90's was very popular and much loved. Continuing her creative ventures in Melbourne, Philippa began experimenting with acrylic and spray paints and textas, cut-outs, which led to her current printmaking practice. Space, colour and form play a significant role in her creations; she delights in the whimsical and her sense of humour is always apparent. Philippa Riddiford is at the cutting edge of contemporary digital art and printmaking where she creates limited edition giclee prints of her works. Allowing chance and spontaneity to play a significant role in her creations, Philippa’s individuality, spirit, innovation and technical accomplishment always shine through.

WEBSITE www.signedandnumbered.com.au/collections/philippa-riddiford INSTAGRAM @philippariddiford

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To Be Party To


A Story To Tell


Figure 2


Far Far Away


Girlfriend 1


Kickin'

ADIDAS DANIELLE CATHARI Tracksuit • H&M Necklace

PHOTOGRAPHER Christina Lazar-Schuler HMUA & MODEL Karie Holst


SUPREME Ankh Jersey • SUPREME Booty Shorts • LULULEMON Shorts • NIKE Super High Tops • DOLLS KILL Checkered Top • H&M Necklace


DOLLS KILL Checkered Crop Top • BLACK MILK Chain Crop Top • KAPPA Shorts & Fanny Pack


ADIDAS DANIELLE CATHARI Tracksuit • BLACK MILK Bodysuit • KANGOL Hat


ADIDAS DANIELLE CATHARI Tracksuit • DOLLS KILL Shoes


KAPPA Tracksuit • BLACK MILK Money Crop Top • KANGOL Hat • H&M Chunky Necklace & Earrings


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Candie Colours PHOTOGRAPHER Piyathath Patiparnprasert DESIGNER Xiangyu Xie HMUA Jiaqi Yu MODELS Cherry De Vere & Xiyun Hao


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Over Saturation of the Creative Mind PHOTOGRAPHER Daniela Raiti STYLIST Megan Quigley HMUA Kelli Malseed & Chelsea Shay MODELS Curtis of FiveTwenty Model Management and Seymour Tancred

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SARAH HAWES Handmade Face Bag


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YANNY YU Top and Skirt SARAH HAWES Coat & Woollen Dress


SARAH HAWES Top & Pant • YANNY YU Dress


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SARAH HAWES "I'm Sick" Suit


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YANNY YU Top, Band Top & Pants


Images courtesy of Ona Janzen


Lauren Azar

Soulful pop Singer and Keyboardist Lauren Azar is one super talented woman. We first heard Lauren sing with the Reubens on the 2018 P!nk tour, and with the discovery of a mutual friend we were able to get the chance to chat with her to find out a little more about what makes her tick when it comes to making music. You have been writing songs since the age of 12 and you are also self taught in Piano, how did it all start? Can you remember that first moment or first thought you had when it all began? It all started with a little plastic Casio keyboard my parents bought me. I was completely disinterested with learning the “How to’s” from the beginners book they gifted along with it. It was all about emulating the music I was exposed to at the time. The poppy, rocky, souly chord progressions I was obsessed with. I wanted to recreate that magic but also come up with my own little ditties that, I thought were super deep back then but are complete popcorn in comparison to now haha! It felt completely euphoric when I’d belt out something that I had made and it hasn’t stopped from there. I’ve read that you have a love of 90’s alternative rock, (I know that I can never get enough of Jeff Buckley) who are your biggest influences from this time period and genre of music? Love and true obsession. (Jeff Buckley is one at the for-front for me too. ‘Vancouver’ is truly mind blowing!). The list is honestly endless! Smashing Pumpkins, Incubus, No Doubt, Alanis Morrisette, Garbage, Paula Cole, PJ Harvey, Filter, Alice in Chains, Soundgarden, The Cranberries, Hole, Sublime, Radiohead...I’m missing some too. These musicians were burned into my subconscious in my youth. Like most of my age group, our excitement would be waking up on a Saturday and Sunday morning to watch Rage and Video Hits and it was such an exciting time for music. I felt like there were no rules. They were all proud of their influences too and weren’t afraid to say “Fuck You!” and the world needed that. Also, sonically, everything was perfect. They can do no wrong in terms of song craft and production and that timelessness I want to achieve. All I ever want to do is get together with my friends, listen to these songs and analyse them. It’s the best. Up until this moment, can you describe your musical trials and tribulations in short? Wowzer. Well, it’s been wavy. I think as I’ve gotten older my eyes widen more and more to the fact that I was a kid when I started this music thing and I haven’t stopped since then. It’s been my identity forever. Sometimes it’s scary to think I have nothing else.

I’ve won, I’ve lost, I’ve been told I’m shit, I’ve been told I’m the best thing since sliced bread. The biggest triumph is cutting my teeth in performance and persisting for this long. The biggest hurtles have been, coming to the point of walking away due to what people might think of me.

I have to ask, how excited were you when you found out that you would be singing with The Rubens as part of the opening act for P!nk? What did you take from that experience that you’ll never forget? After being asked to perform at their LO LA RU album launch (which was in our hometown Camden), it was that electric, we all kinda knew we’d play together again. When they asked me about the P!nk shows I honestly was beside myself. I just wanted to soak up everything. I learnt how amazingly smart, kind and talented each and every one of those boys (and their team and family) are. Also, how rad P!nk is. Like, ridiculously down to earth and insanely motivated to sustain her career. We are all just people doing what we love. What is your all time favourite piece of music that you’ll never be tired of hearing? Well that’s super hard. I guess a song that I love to listen to pretty much everyday at the moment is Try, Try, Try by Smashing Pumpkins. That song is helping me through a lot at the moment. My favourite album of all time though is Return Of Saturn by No Doubt and that to me, in its entirety, is a masterpiece. You are currently in the studio recording new music with producer Ash Maklad, can you tell us what is the inspiration behind this latest venture and when it will be released for us to hear? Trying to not overthink what is the inspiration and objective is. I want to let things roll out. No blueprint. No predisposition. No agenda. Ash is super easy to bounce off. If I’m not feeling it, he’ll pull it. If I’m vibing, he’ll amp it up. I’m looking to have music out early next year. Ok, last question : What is your favourite song to belt out at the bar/in the car/for karaoke? Anything Alanis Morrisette is my go to. I also love to belt out “What’s Up” 4 Non Blondes. It’s a crowd pleaser (and a guilty pleasure of mine). Isn’t music just the best?

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"No thing No plan Just no Words drip and its' hard to swallow Some things are better left alone till you find out what is missing Passing fling was the go The feelings out the door

This can't be love"

This Can't Be Love Lyrics

Some things are better left alone till they find out what is missing, find out what is lost

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PHOTOGRAPHER Leïla Joy STYLIST Emma Cotterill HMUA Steph Lai MODEL Nya Leth AGENCY KULT


BOOHOO Top • KARL KANI X PRETTY LITTLE THING Pants • GSTAR Jacket • KRISTIN ASH Earrings


COS Top & Skirt • BOOHOO Jacket • GSTAR Boots • BOOHOO Earrings


KATE SYLVESTER Blouse &Tie • COS Skirt • PARED EYEWEAR Sunnies


WYN HAMBLIN Jumper • KARL KANI X PRETTY LITTLE THING Skirt • LEO & LIN Jacket • KATE SYLVESTER Oversized Bow Scarf • ASHLEY LIM Shoes • KRISTIN ASH Earrings


TRELISE COOPER Dress • PRETTY LITTLE THING Jacket • GSTAR Shoes & Bag • RELIQUIA Earrings


GSTAR Jumpsuit • KAPPA Jacket • VALET Earrings • BOOHOO Boots


BONDS Blue Bodysuit • COS Zip Top • GSTAR Boots • COTTON ON Pants • RELIQUIA Earrings


PRETTY LITTLE THING Jumper & Pants • COS Dress • BOLON Sunnies


Dissonance PHOTOGRAPHER Natasje Garbers HMUA Kat Nagy MODEL Matthew Eriksson AGENCY The Mgmt


ANX Rain Coat and Leggings MAELLE MOREAU Skort ETIKO ORGANIC FAIR TRADE Sneakers CRUELTY FREE SHOP Edgar’s Mission Beanie


MAELLE MOREAU Printed Shirt TO BARWYN AND BACK Weekend Shorts VANS Socks SECOND HAND Red Converse All Stars


Opposite Page: TO BARWYN AND BACK Adventure Top MAELLE MOREAU Denim THE CRUELTY FREE SHOP Dr Martens 1460 Black 8 Eye Boots This Page: ANX Stripe Jacket & White Assymetrical Shirt


ANX Stripe Jacket and White Assymetrical Shirt MAELLE MOREAU Denim THE CRUELTY FREE SHOP ETIKO Organic Fair-Trade Sneakers Low Cuts All Black


TO BARWYN AND BACK Adventure Top JRAA Denim SECOND HAND Converse All Stars


Pretty Little] LIAR PHOTOGR APHER Ch ristine Itel HMUA Ke lly Lynch MODEL A my Caldw ell


Beauty Notes: Makeup studio non transfer fluid foundation Makeup studio neutraliser red 1 Makeup studio concealer banana Makeup studio translucent powder 1 BH brow pencil medium Makeup studio eyebrow fix NYX jumbo pencil milk Urban decay eyeshadow shades freelove , lost and sin Maybeline great lash mascara black Makeup studio bronzer Anastasia Beverly Hills highlighter forever lit Makeup studio durable fluid and gloss shade 4

Opposite Page: BOOHOO Top • LIPSTICK Shoes • This Page: MOTEL Top • JEANS WEST Pants


Beauty Notes: Makeup studio non transfer fluid foundation Makeup studio neutraliser red 1 Makeup studio concealer banana Makeup studio translucent powder 1 BH brow pencil medium Makeup studio eyebrow fix NYX jumbo pencil milk Urban decay eyeshadow shades freelove , lost and sin Maybeline great lash mascara black Makeup studio bronzer Anastasia Beverly Hills highlighter forever lit Makeup studio lipstick shade 60

AFENDS Top • TROUBLE MAKER Pants • NIKE Shoes


CULTURE KINGS Cap • FACTORIE Jacket & Top

Beauty Notes: Makeup studio non transfer fluid foundation Makeup studio neutraliser red 1 Makeup studio concealer banana Makeup studio translucent powder 1 BH brow pencil medium Makeup studio eyebrow fix NYX jumbo pencil milk Urban decay eyeshadow in shades smog, baked cowboy and blackout Inglot gel eyeliner Maybeline great lash mascara black Makeup studio bronzer Anastasia Beverly Hills highlighter forever lit Lips NYX gloss baby pink

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HOT OPTIONS Top • DOLLSKILL Netted Bodysuit

Beauty Notes: Makeup studio non transfer fluid foundation Makeup studio neutraliser red 1 Makeup studio concealer banana Makeup studio translucent powder 1 BH brow pencil medium Makeup studio eyebrow fix NYX jumbo pencil milk Urban decay eyeshadow in shades smog, baked cowboy and blackout Inglot gel eyeliner Maybeline great lash mascara black Makeup studio bronzer Anastasia Beverly Hills highlighter forever lit Lipcolour makeup studio shade 23

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PAINT IT RED Top


VALLEYGIRL Jacket • VINTAGE Cap

Beauty Notes: Makeup studio non transfer fluid foundation Makeup studio neutraliser red 1 Makeup studio concealer banana Makeup studio translucent powder 1 BH brow pencil medium Makeup studio eyebrow fix NYX jumbo pencil milk Urban decay eyeshadow in shades smog and blackout Inglot gel eyeliner Maybeline great lash mascara black Makeup studio bronzer Anastasia Beverly Hills highlighter forever lit Lipcolour makeup studio shade 23

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PHOTOGRAPHER Luke Foley Martin STYLIST Jason Kapurubandara HAIR STYLIST Lenard Johnston MAKE UP ARTISTS Olga Gill and Abbie Ahmed MODELS Alex of Clyne Models and Tanya Garcial of 62 Models

Beauty Notes: MAC Face and body MAC Strobe Cream Jeffree Star Androgyny Palette Smashbox Eyeliner - Black Xobeauty Lashes MAC Bronzer - Matte Bronze MAC Blush - Gingerly MAC Goldlite Fixplus MAC Liquid Lipstick - Tailored To Tease Mecca Chunky Glitter Pat McGrath Lipgloss MAC Eyeliner - Fascinating


Beauty Notes: MAC Face and Body MAC Strobe Cream Jeffree Star Androgyny Palette Smashbox Eyeliner - Black Xobeauty Lashes MAC Bronzer - Matte Bronze MAC Blush - Gingerly MAC Goldlite Fixplus MAC Liquid Lipstick - Tailored To Tease Mecca Chunky Glitter Pat McGrath Lipgloss MAC Eyeliner - Fascinating MAC Liquid Lipstick - Tailored To Tease MAC Eyeliner - Fascinating


Beauty Notes: MAC Foundation MAC Mineralize Hydration Mist MAC Sculpting Powders MAC Paint Stick Genuine Orange Pat Mcgrath Labs Eye Shadow MAC Eggplant Gel Eye Liner Matt Gloss Anastasia Beverly Hills Lip Sprinkle Confectionary


Beauty Notes: MAC Foundation MAC Mineralize Hydration Mist MAC Sculpting Powders Pat McGrath Labs Eye Shadow MAC Paint Stick Genuine Orange MAC Blk Gel Liner Anastasia Beverly Hills Lip Skin Fetish Cover FX Illuminating Spray


Beauty Notes: MAC Foundation MAC Mineralize Hydration Mist MAC Sculpting Powders Orange Paint Pots - Eye Green Paint Pots - Eye MAC Blue Paint Pots - Eye


Beauty Notes: MAC Foundation MAC Mineralize Hydration Mist MAC Sculpting Powders Eye Shadow Urban Decay MAC Blue Paintbox Liner Gloss Shine Lip Anastasia Beverly Hills


Beauty Notes: MAC Face and body MAC Strobe Cream Jeffree Star Androgyny Palette Smashbox Eyeliner - Black Xobeauty Lashes MAC Bronzer - Matte Bronze MAC Blush - Gingerly MAC Goldlite Fixplus Mehron Loose Pigment - Bronze Mehron Mixing Medium Smashbox Lipstick - Bing Pat McGrath Clear Gloss


Beauty Notes: MAC Face and body MAC Strobe Cream Jeffree Star Androgyny Palette Smashbox Eyeliner - Black Xobeauty Lashes MAC Bronzer - Matte Bronze MAC Blush - Gingerly MAC Goldlite Fixplus Mecca Chunky Glitter MAC Eyeliner - Fascinating Smashbox Lipstick - Bing MAC Chrome Paint - White


TACKY TERROR Dress • PASIONARTE Hat • REBECA DE MIRANDA Boots


LUNCH BREAK

PHOTOGRAPHER Constanza Martinez STYLIST & CREATIVE DIRECTOR Diego Ibañez HMUA Sean Derbees MODEL Danielle Van Randen AGENCY Paragon Model Management & IMG Worldwide MODEL Isabel Asprilla AGENCY New Icon Model Management SHOT ON LOCATION Taqueria Orinoco


CARLOS PINEDA Coat


BENITO SANTOS Coat • CECILIA DE RAFAEL Tights • REBECA DE MIRANDA Boots


ISABEL: ANDRES PAJON Dress • CECILIA DE RAFAEL Tights • REBECA DE MIRANDA Boots • DANIELLE: BENITO SANTOS Dress • CECILIA DE RAFAEL Tights • REBECA MIRANDA Boots


MICHAEL COSTELLO Dress • PASTIONARTE Hat


FERNANDO ALBERTO ATELIER Dresses • ARAMANDO TAKEDA Coats • PASIONARTE Hats


CARLOS PINEDA Dress • LUCIANA BALDERRAMA Top


ALFREDO MARTINEZ Dress • PASIONARTE Hat


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"What we wear should not define what gender or race we are. Freedom is the philospohy here, free to be who we are, where we go and what we wear. Fashion is a form of self-expression". Tamie Anthas studied Fashion Design at Sydney's Fashion Design Studio in Ultimo up until this year and has been noticed by local stylist's and photographer's since her first year of study. Her label, DigitalKittn, is not provactive nor does it have shock value and although Tamie is aware of the current trends, both in Australia and internationally, she does not follow them. Her label has its own unique and distinctive voice that Tamie curates with style, ingenuity and with an environmental conscience. Tamie designs a kaleidoscope of unique pieces from contemporary denim street wear and luxurious kiminos, to elegant evening wear. With a strong focus on transforming old garments into new, unique re-threads, she believes up-cycling more economical and sustainble, and one of the many directions fashion should be taking. Most of the fabric for Tamie's first collection that will be shown in 2019, have come from sourcing off-cuts and end-of-roll materials from various local fashion companies, second hand stores, remnant stores and recycling centres. She wanted to have a minimal footprint in creating this collection but also show other designers what can be done with other people's trash. That discarded fabrics can be turned into modern, contemporary fashion: from trash to couture. Tamie's first collection ATOMIC SUSHI embodies modernism with curves and structure, heavily influenced with serious tailoring and technique and with the hand screen prints also injecting the playful tones of Japanese Anime. The collection is bold in colour, accented with black and white monochromes and hints of the 1990's throughout. Each piece of the collection has been created like a work of art with many points of interest in full 360 degrees. With Tamie's drive and dedication to her chosen art form, she is one designer to watch!

INSTAGRAM: @digitalkittn_label FACEBOOK: Tamie.Anthas


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Bonded Evangelion Bra Top and Hot Pants and Neo Tokyo Kimono


Nanami Gown with Plastic Obi Sustainable and ethically made from discarded fabric due to it being faulty. Cut with zero waste by using “Subtraction Pattern Cutting� method.


WAITING FOR THE SUN PHOTOGRAPHER Chrissie Hall RETOUCHER Wassim Bazzi STYLIST Megan Quigley HMUA Melinda Wenig MODEL Elodie Russell AGENCY Chadwick Models

EWOL Ruffle Body Suit


DIANA WEI Metallic Sequin Dress


EWOL Crop Top • HYPER-REAL Jumpsuit Pants • STYLIST'S OWN Jacket • KMART Holographic Sun Visor


HYPER-REAL Jacket and Skirt


EWOL Pants • HYPER-REAL Holographic Top • STYLIST'S OWN Sunglasses


EWOL Dress • HYPER-REAL Jacket & Skirt


Brooklyn Marok Brooklyn Marok is 25 years young, and is an artist from Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. These are her words: “Every day I feel the need to paint what I see and how I feel. I enjoy painting these faces because they take on my emotions. For any bad feelings I need to get off my chest, or good feelings that I want to capture, these babes are happy to embody them. Creating these colourful, emotional and surreal portraits (which in some sense are all self-portraits) helps me express myself; it allows me to process and understand my own feelings and thoughts. I never know where I am going when I start a painting; I like to let my intuition, subconscious, and my brush, guide me. Sometimes I even forget I am the one in control of making decisions. While painting a piece I simply keep adding paint and layering until the piece feels complete. I work with acrylic as my medium, and use wood as my canvas for those reasons; wood can hold multiple layers, and acrylic paint dries quickly. This way I can continue layering the paint all in one sitting, with one feeling. ‘She’ has become a replica in which, when I paint her, the colours I will use, my brushworks, the elements included in the piece, will vary depending on my mood. I hope each piece speaks to a different individual, because they are all telling a different story.”

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Claudia x PHOTOGRAPHER James Atkins RETOUCHER Helen_retoucher STYLIST Jessica Bishop HAIR Sacha Lorge MAKE UP ARTIST Monika Bunic MODEL Claudia Herro AGENCY Chadwick Models


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PAGES 7 - 12 DOODAD + FANDANGO ARTICLE Location: Sydney, Australia P: Liz Ham W: www.lizham.com I: lizhamdotcom P: Rachel Mia FB: Rachelmiaphotography I: rachel_mia_ DESIGNER FEATURED: @doodad_and_fandango

PAGES 13 - 18 ARTIST FEATURE: PHILIPPA RIDDIFORD Location: Melbourne, Australia W: www.signedandnumbered.com.au/collections/philippa-riddiford I: @philippariddiford PAGES 19-24 KICKIN' Location: Vancouver, Canada P: Christine Lazar Schuler W: www.christinalazarschuler.com I: @clazarschuler HMU& M: Karie Holst W: www.numamodels.com I: @karieleighholst DESIGNERS FEATURED: I: @dollskill @adidas @blackmilkclothing @hm @lululemon @kappa_official @kangol_headwear @supremenewyork @nike PAGES 25 - 32 CANDIE'S COLOURS Location: Melbourne, Australia P: Piyathath Patiparnprasert I: @gongtaitoop D: Xiangyu Xie I: @candice_xie_ HMU: Jiaqi Yu I: @watermelonsteph M: Cherry De Vere I: @x_xxcherry_bombxx_x M: Xiyun Hao I: @X.I.YUN PAGES 33 - 40 OVER SATURATION OF THE CREATIVE MIND Location: Sydney, Australia P: Daniela Raiti I: @danielearaiti S: Megan Quigley I: @meganquigleycreative HMU: Kelli Malseed I: @kellimalseedmakeup HMU: Chelsea Shay I: @chelseashaymua M: Seymour Tancred I: @tancred M: Curtis I: @eat_itup_loser @fivetwentymgt DESIGNERS FEATURED: I: @s.hawess @_yannyyu_

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PAGES 49 - 60 GIRL OVER BOARD (Cover Story) Location: Sydney, Australia P: Leïla Joy W: www.leilajoyphotography.com I: @leilajoy_ S: Emma Cotterill W: www.reloadagency.com I: @emma_cotterill @Reload HMU: Steph Lai W: www.reloadagency.com I: @stephlai @Reload M: Nya Leth I: @nmmwlI @Kult DESIGNERS FEATURED: I: @kate_sylvester @cosstores @paredeyewear @boohoo @gstarraw @kappa_official @valetstudio @bondsaus @cottonon @reliquiajewellery @kirstinash@wynnhamlyn @karlkani @prettylittlething @leoandlin@ashleylim.co @trelisecooper @boloneyewear

PAGES 59 - 66 DISSONANCE Location: Sydney, Australia P: Natasje Garbers I: @_natasje HMU: Katie Nagy I: @katnagymakeup M: Mathew Eriksson I: @the.mgmt @matthewwriksson DESIGNERS FEATURED: I: @anxdesigns @moreaumaelle @etiko_fairtrade @ edgarsmission @thecrueltyfreeshop @tobarwynandback @drmartensofficial @converse PAGES 67 - 76 PRETTY LITTLE LIAR Location: Adelaide, Australia P: Christine Itel W: www.christineitel.com I: @c_itel HMU: Kelly Lynch I: @makeup_by_kelly_lynch M: Amy Caldwell I: @_amycaldwell_ DESIGNERS FEATURED: I: @afends @nike @boohoo @motelrocks @dollskill @valleygirlau @jeanswest @culturekings @factorie PAGES 77 - 84 POP IT! Location: Auckland, New Zealand P: Luke Foley Martin W: www.lukefmphotography.com I: @lukefmphotography S: Jason Kapurubandara I: @jasonkapuru H: Lenard Johnston I: @lenardjohnstonofficial MU: Olga Gill I: @olgagillmakeup MU: Abbie Ahmed I: @abbieahmed M: Alex I: @clynemodels M: Tanya Garcial I: @62models  @tanyagarcial

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PAGES 85 - 96 LUNCH BREAK Location: Mexico City, Mexico P: Constanza Martinez W: www.constanzamartinez.com I: @constanzamartinezg S: Diego Ibáñez I: @diegoibanez2 HMU: Sean Derbees I: @seanderbees M: Danielle Van Randen I: @danielle_v_randen @theface.models M: Isabel Asprilla I: @isacris1911 @newiconmodels DESIGNERS FEATURED: I: @pasionartemx @armandotakeda @tackyterror @rm_rebecamiranda@roberto_cavalli @uterqueoffica @fernandoalberto_atelier @josesanchezleather @alfredomartinez_brand @michaelcostello @andrespajon @ceciliaderafael.turkiye @carlospinedamx @lucianabalderrama PAGES 97 - 102 DIGITALKITTN Location: Sydney, Australia P: Isaac Leung W: www.pireze.com I: @pireze D: Digitalkittn I: @digitalkittn_label HMU: Katie Nagy I: @katienagy_makeup M:Eclair Piya I: @ @eclairpiyaMUA PAGES 103 - 112 WAITING FOR THE SUN Location: Sydney, Australia P: Chrissie Hall W: www.www.chrissiehall.com I: @chrissiehall R: Wassim Bazzi W: www.studiobazzi.com.au I: @wazmania S: Megan Quigley I: @meganquigleycreative HMU: Melinda Wenig W: www.melindawenig.com.au I: @melindawmakeup M: Elodie Russell I: @chadwickmodels @elodierussell DESIGNERS FEATURED: I: @ewol_lowe @_dianawei @_hyper_real_ @kmartaus PAGES 113 - 118 ARTIST FEATURE: BROOKLYN MAROK Location: Ottawa, Canada I: @bk.marok PAGES 119 - 124 KENTISH BABY Location: Kentish Town, UK P: Alexandra Mantoura W: www.alexandramantoura.photography I: @alexandramantouraphoto D & M: Julie Impens W: www.julieimpens.com/ I: @julieimpens DESIGNERS FEATURED: I: @boohoo @julieimpens PAGES 125 - 128 CLAUDIA Location: Sydney, Australia P: James Atkinson I: @jamesatkinsphotography R: Helen I: helen_retoucher S: Jessica Bishop I: @jess_bishop MU: Monika Bunic I: @monikabunic H: Sacha Lorge I: @sachalorge M: Claudia Herro I: @claudia_herro @chadwickmodels


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