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DAYDREAM BELIEVER Showcasing vintage-inspired looks, The Wrong Girl’s Hayley Magnus is doing all the right things

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THE LOOK 35 BEST DRESSED Margot Robbie 36 METAL BEARERS Silver sequins 38 SWEET NOTHINGS Black lace 40 NO SWEAT Head-to-toe athleisure 42 HER BEST 10 EVER! Alicia Vikander 44 MODERN MUSE Rosie Huntington-Whitely

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164 SECRETS OF AN A-LIST COLOURIST Rita Hazan 166 TRANSFORMATION Jennifer Garner 168 THE BUZZ Beauty news

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When spring⁄summer samples start filtering into the fashion cupboard, it’s cause for great celebration in the office: winter is officially over—by clothing standards, anyway. Racks of coats and shelves of boots are replaced with pretty dresses, flirty sandals and bright bags. There’s a sense of anticipation as the team starts styling shoots with printed silks, breezy chiffons and crisp cotton —a sartorial breath of fresh air. To help showcase the new looks this month, we’ve enlisted two talented up-and-coming Australian actresses, Hayley Magnus (p124) and Olivia DeJonge (p134). You’ll love the way they bring their unique personalities to each outfit. And to fully immerse yourself in the sensibilities of the trends to come, turn to p93 for our comprehensive Clothes We Love special. As the name suggests, these are the straight-from-therunway looks we can’t wait to try, plus the pieces that make achieving each one a cinch. Here’s to a new season!

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An air of mild apprehension could be felt at Sydney Motorsport Park early on a grey Friday morning as a select group gathered for the 2016 InStyle and Audi Drive Day. But the rain did little to dampen guests’ spirits. Audi’s chief driving instructor, race driver and TV presenter Steve Pizzati, kicked things off with a witty briefing that soothed nerves, before pairing attendees with some of the brand’s speediest models. “A few minutes in, all my trepidation dropped away as we were encouraged to put those fantastic cars through their paces,” says Elizabeth Ann Macgregor, director of the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia and InStyle and Audi Women of Style Awards judge. By the end of the afternoon, cars were screaming around the track to the delight of their newly skilled drivers. –EMILY TAYLOR

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“The tuition was great. There was a lot to learn-and a few bad habits to unlearn, too!” —ELIZABETH ANN MACGREGOR

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Reflective paillettes and sparkling sequins are winning the red carpet, scattered over modern designs that take discoball finishes to futuristic new heights. Hollywood’s pick for first place? Metallic-dipped gowns paired with statement jewels or a bold lip for all-out glamour


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Vikander’s favourite off-duty ensemble is a black leather jacket with black jeans. On the red carpet, she’s not afraid to give pink the cool-girl treatment, here in Barbara Casasola. (2016)

Designer Erdem Moralioglu set out to challenge the formality of eveningwear with his Pre-Fall 2013 Erdem collection, which included this playful floral gown with pockets. (2013)

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6 One benefit of being the face of Louis Vuitton? Having looks whipped up just for you. For the Golden Globes, creative director Nicolas Ghesquière outfitted the nominee in this youthful muslin gown embroidered with mini paillettes. (2016)

At the Cannes Film Festival, the 165cmtall beauty looked regal in velvet Valentino Haute Couture, with corset-inspired details and a cascading train. Eight-carat diamond earrings by Boucheron got their moment in the spotlight as well. (2015)


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Vikander, who works with stylist Victoria Sekrier, likes to be involved in wardrobe matters. “Victoria inspires me, but when it comes down to it, it’s my decision,” said the actress, who opted for sleek Dior for the British Academy Film Awards. (2013)

Even when she getting dress up, the trai ballerina she gravitate towards pieces that feel casual and effortless. This off-theshoulder Marc Jacobs dress hits those notes exactly. (2016)

OUR PICK At her first-ever SAG Awards, Vikander nabbed the Best Supporting Actress honour for The Danish Girl , wearing this colour-block Louis Vuitton gown. “I can’t imagine how many hours it must have taken them to put all these sequins on by hand,” she mused after her big win. (2016)

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What jokes are winning at home right now?

the urge to jump this time around? “No, no

“Winnie will put out this pillow, and she’ll ask me to sit on it and read with her. It’s a tiny pillow, so I’ll go, ‘Aww, I can’t. That’s too small for Daddy. Well, let me just sit on it.’ And then I do this whole thing where I fall down and she goes nuts. Pratfalling is very popular. Sound effects too—it’s a whole different style of comedy. In general, if I make people laugh, it makes me feel good. So to see them laugh is like, ‘Whoa.’”

jumping. I’ve matured. This time, I’m doing a couple of smirks. I’m a comedian, so I’ll always do silly faces first. I’m like, ‘Do you want me to pretend there’s an alien coming out of my stomach?’ I remember one photographer at another shoot said, ‘Can you stop posing?’ And I said, ‘Okay, I’m not.’ And then he goes, ‘Okay, you’re posing again. Please stop.’ And I’m like, ‘I just don’t know how to do this.’”

How has being a dad changed how you are on-air? “Once kids are in your life, it’s like, ‘Oh, yeah, that’s

it, that’s my number-one care. Is everything okay there?’ If it is, then these other things that you think might be problems—they’re not real problems.” You have to be light on your feet as a parent...

“There are so many challenges when you have children. They throw up all over the car and you go, ‘Okay, we’re not taking the car.’ Or, ‘We have to drive with the windows down.’ It’s all problemsolving. It just makes it easier at work to say, ‘We’ll figure it out. We’ll get there.’” Last time we photographed you, we got a shot of you jumping in the air. Did you have

What about style? Does that come naturally to you? “Growing up, I was a T-shirt-and-jeans kid,

but I was always interested in fashion. By college, I was thinking more about looks that worked for me. Should I do Kurt Cobain? I had the cardigans and the T-shirts and the ripped jeans. In my Beastie Boys phase, I was wearing ski hats to class. But I was also very goofy, so I’d wear a Wendy’s [US fast-food chain] shirt, like I worked at Wendy’s.” That was a thing for a little while. That and gas-station jackets. “Gas-station jackets! Oh,

I totally had a gas-station jacket. And Carhartt. They came out with different-coloured Carhartt coats for a while. I think I had a maroon one [laughs]. Yeah, I tried it all.”

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Did you continue to experiment with your look after college? “As far as hair goes, I’ve never cracked the

code. I’m at an okay phase right now, but on [Saturday Night Live’s] Weekend Update, I tried every hairstyle known to man. Awful ones. Asymmetrical ones. Haircuts where [co-anchor] Tina [Fey] was saying, ‘What is going on with that?’ And I was like, ‘I know. This one’s a bad one.’ I remember looking at magazines and thinking, ‘That’s a good look. I’d do that.’” Are there any particularly memorable hair-inspiration images? “My hairstyle when I first auditioned for

SNL was from a picture I saw of Kate Beckinsale when she had puffed-out, spiky hair. I was definitely the only one with that cut at the audition.”

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What are your clothing go-tos? “Just button-up

shirts, khakis, brown shoes—nothing exciting. I think the key is if you can get anything tailored, do it. Even if it’s at your local dry cleaner, it’s a game-changer. It has been for me. I remember reading somewhere that a celebrity got their jeans tailored and I thought, ‘You can get your jeans tailored?’ I’m trying to remember who it was… Who was the girl from Party of Five?” Neve Campbell? “Neve Campbell! It was Neve Campbell who got her jeans tailored. Google it —maybe I’m wrong. I don’t know why I’m so obsessed with women’s fashion. Kate Beckinsale and Neve Campbell changed my life.” Q


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PANTS Kate Sylvester silk, $163; katesylvester.com EARRINGS Jan Logan gold and pearl, $345; janlogan.com BAG Maison Margiela coated-leather, $2,978; at stylebop.com HEELS Wildfire synthetic-leather, $70; at paylessshoes.com.au

DRESS Tome cotton, $1,200; tomenyc.com GLASSES Miu Miu, $390; at sunglasshut.com.au WATCH Marc Jacobs stainless-steel, $379; 02-8977 8086 BAG Gucci leather, $4,855; 1300 442 878 MULES Jaggar cotton-denim, $169.95; jaggarfootwear.com.au

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T H E S PO RT Y PA N TS Daniel Avakian crepe danielavakian.com

CAMI H&M polyamide, $49.95; 1800 828 002

GLASSES Ray-Ban, $260; ray-ban.com

BANGLE Holly Ryan gold-plated sterlingsilver, $650; hollyryan.com.au

BAG J.W.Anderson leather, approx $1,558; at matchesfashion. com

SNEAKERS Adidas leather, $130; adidas. com.au

suede, $99.95; wittner.com.au

Update your evening wardrobe by trading the traditional LBD for chic trousers with a sport-luxe spin. They’re subtly sexy when paired with a softly tailored tux jacket and a lace cami that peeks out from beneath. Monochrome accessories give the look a refined finish— keep your heels high and sharp for added glamour.

A zip-up knit plays to the active tone of side-striped pants, while cool white kicks are all about practicality when a weekend of errands is on the agenda. A palette of grown-up neutrals ensures the look remains sophisticated, rather than Sporty Spice.

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THE NEW TWIN SET Thurley nylon, acrylic, polyester and cotton, $350; thurley.com.au

SUNGLASSES Bailey Nelson, $125, and clip-on lenses, $70; baileynelson. com.au

TOP Matin cotton, $225; matinstudio.com SHIRT Marcs cotton, $99; arcs.com.au

TREN H&M linen, $9 1800 828 002

BAG Furla crocodile-skin, POA; furla.com

SUNGLASSES Karen Walker, $389; karenwalker.com

CHOKER Uncommon Matters sterling-silver, $529; at northcollective. com.au TOP Thurley nylon, acrylic, olyester and otton, $300; urley.com.au

Michael Kors leather, $2,239; 02-9233 8332

HEELS Boohoo syntheticleather, $50; boohoo.com BROGUES ndher leather, 490; houseof eandher.com

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The beauty of a lively two-piece set is the endless outfit possibilities it affords. If you don’t feel like rocking the full ensemble, style the skirt with neutral tones for a more subdued take on the outfit. Python-print accessories add extra zip.

Fun, fringed and ready to p pieces are a no-brainer to throw together, leaving y joy Saturday afternoon drinks with the girls. Cool shades keep the sun at bay, while silver brogues add a touch of boyish charm and prevent the outfit from skewing too girlie (and are ideal for on-your-feet events, too).

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T H E BO L D J U M PS U I T M Missoni cotton, viscose and polyester-blend, $1,565; 02-9328 9755

JACKET Witchery leather, $599.95; witchery.com.au

TOP Ryder cotton, $99; derlabel.com

EARRINGS Uncommon Matters brass, $420; at northcollective. com.au

CLUTCH Deadly Ponies suede and brass, $429; adlyponies.com

BANG E Calvin Klein stainless-steel, $160; 03-8844 3300

HEELS Sol Sana leather, $209; sol-sana.com.au

to jacket can t i stantly toughen up, including a glittering one piece. To further downplay the disco vibes, layer with a pale knit and add cool extras such as a studded saddlebag and heels for a fashion-forward outfit with a weekend-lunch vibe that’s dancefloor ready should things kick on.

Jerome Dreyfuss leather, $1,070; jeromedreyfuss.com

HEELS David Lawrence suede, $189; davidlawrence. com.au

A wide-leg cut and verti pes can only mea thing: legs for days—or at least the appearance of them (strappy heels will further enhance the illusion). With a standout piece like this, a soft clutch and bright earrings are all you need to create a killer after-dark look.

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EARRINGS Peter Lang gold-plated metal and Swarovski crytal, $99; peterlang.com.au BELT Salvatore Ferragamo leather, $895; 1300 095 224

CUFF Peter Lang gold-plated metal, $255; erlang.com.au

W H Rado nless-steel, $2,275; ado.com BAG Tod’s leather bag, $3,755; 02-8203 0901 JEANS ag cotton nd lyocell, $119.95; g.com.au

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daytime appropriate by layering it over a cotton shirt. Girlfriend jeans take the look even further into casual territory, while gilded accents in the form of a classic watch, fine choker and woven carry-all, keep things polished.

ELS Sportmax suede, $775; sportmax.com

Cropped styles are the perfect partner to high-waisted separates with no tricky tuck-in required. Use a wide belt to cover any unwanted hints of skin, then work in heavier accessories such as sculptural heels and a mid-sized tote to balance the impact of a full, woollen skirt. The result? An artsy ensemble fit for a day of gallery gazing.

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PANTS Coop polyester, $199; trelisecooperonline.com BELT Bally leather and metal, $1,175; 1800 781 851

A little bit preppy and a little bit punk, this combo provides a fashion-forward yet office-appropriate alternative to your go-to black trousers. Select your preferred cut (ankle-length crops and tapered legs are bang on-trend this season) then add interest with a belt that’s complementary, but not too matchy-matchy. Style them with a tucked-in blouse and loafers for a look that has plenty of polish but is still undeniably cool

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PANTS Limb The Label cotton, $280; limbthelabel.com BELT Max Mara leather, $520; world.maxmara.com

PANTS Sportmax wool, $1,030; sportmax.com BELT Louis Vuitton leather, $575; louisvuitton.com

PANTS Sandro viscose, polyester and elastane, $480; 02-9327 3377 BELT R.M.Williams kangaroo-leather and nickel, $225; rmwilliams.com.au

PANTS Bally wool, $875; 1800 781 851 BELT Longchamp leather, $169; 1800 083 355

PANTS Emporio Armani viscose, polyester, cotton and elastane, $730; armani.com BELT Marcs leather, $59; marcs.com.au

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TOP Jac + Jack cashmere, $349; jacandjack.com. PANTS Atmos & Here polyester, $69.95; at theiconic.com EARRINGS Jan Logan gold and pearl (left), $345; janlogan.com, and Petite Grand gold-plated brass (right), $158; petitegrand.com WATCH TW Steel steel and leather, $479; twsteel.com/au BANGLES Sarah & Sebastian gold (thick), $1,550; sarahandsebastian.com.au, and Uncommon Matters sterling-silver and gold-plated brass (thin), $350; at northcollective.com.au

TOP Iris & Ink cashmere top, approx $183; at theoutnet.com PANTS Manning Cartell crepe and sequin, $449; manningcartell.com.au HEELS Ted Baker leather, $329; tedbaker.com/au


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Kacey Devlin linen coat, $890; kaceydevlin. com

3.1 Phillip Lim cotton-twill dress, approx $690; at netaporter.com

Simon Miller leather and metal bag, $540; at mychameleon. com.au

dro rayon heels, $420; 02-9327 3377 H&M wool bustier, $60; 1800 828 002

Bailey N glasses, $125; baileynelson. com.au Interval cotton skirt, $129; 02-9256 8450

Miu Miu patentleather and shearling heels, approx $1,060; at netaporter.com Gail Sorronda cotton shirt and necktie, $920; gailsorronda.com

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Bianca Spender velvet top, $495; biancaspender.com

Christie Nicolaides gold-plated brass, crystal and resin earrings, $249; christienicolaides. com.au

Keepsake the Label polyester shorts, $139.95; keepsakethelabel.com.au

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Prada velvet and cotton heels, $1,140; 02-9223 1688

H&M cotton top, $139; 1800 828 002

Zimmermann viscose skirt, $2,250; zimmermannwear.com

H&M plasticeaded polyester earrings, $40; 800 828 002

Jimmy Choo sunglasses , $510; 02-9540 0500

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Clothes We Love Carla Zampatti polyester and spandex bustier, $559; carlazampatti.com.au

Daniel Avakian polyester and lurex skirt, $280; danielavakian. com.au

Le Specs sunglasses, $119; lespecs.com

Beau Coops leather slides, $379; beaucoops.com

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Giorgio Armani zamak, polyester and brass necklace, $740; 02-8233 5888

Bally patentleather dress, $1,495; 1800 781 851

Sass & Bide brass and Swarovskicrystal cuff, $220; sassandbide.com

Georgia Alice polyester and spandex dress, $845; georgiaalice.com

Wittner leather bag, $99.95; wittner.com.au

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Misha Collective nylon and spandex jumpsuit, $360; mishacollection. com.au


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Yeojin Bae polyester and double-bonded crepe skirt, $476; shop.yeojinbae.com

Karen Walker sunglasses, $295; 02-8303 7300

Elk resin necklace, $50; lkaccessories.com

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Salvatore Ferragamo wool top, $1,875; 1300 095 224

Habbot leather brogues, $405; habbotstudios.com

Mariam Seddiq scuba dress, $890; t thefirstthread. com.au

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Lucy Folk gold, malachite, citrine, lapis lazuli and agate earrings, $615; lucyfolk.com Mimco suede and leather heels, $249; mimco.com.au

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Trelise Cooper polyester-jacquard coat, $799; trelisecooper.com Reliquia goldplated metal and cubic-zirconia earrings, $120; reliquia ewellery.com

Alice McCall polyester top, $260; alicemccall.com Gucci satin heels, approx $908; at matchesfashion. com

Coach glasses, $259.95; unglasshut.com.au

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At lunchtime in Silicon Beach, the thriving tech district on the west side of LA, legions of smartly dressed millennials stream out of The Honest Company. They walk past the free-parking garage and a row of inviting hammocks towards a shaded alley where food trucks are regularly parked. Reggae music blares. The smells of tapas, tacos and Brazilian grilled meats mix with the briny ocean air. Though it’s only a routine Tuesday afternoon, it feels more like a festival than a workplace. “It’s too much fun, right?” Jessica Alba asks rhetorically as she manoeuvres through the crowded corridor between the trucks. Once best known for sexy action roles in lucrative franchise movies such as Fantastic Four and Sin City, the 35-year-old mother of two has emerged over the past five years as a darling of the LA tech start-up scene—a forward-thinking business exec who has parlayed an asthmatic childhood into a grown-up fortune. As the co-founder and chief creative officer of The Honest Company, which specialises in non-toxic baby, beauty and home products, Alba presides over a business that employs nearly 500 people and was valued last year at $2.3 billion. Recently, the staff

ved into this six-storey facility in Playa Vista, just southeast of ina del Rey. Nearby are the offices of digital superstars Snapchat, nd Yahoo. is is the new face of corporate America,” Alba says as she es our tour of the company’s more than 7,432-square-metre ring an indoor-outdoor terrace, kitchens, conference rooms ch floor, informal gathering spaces. “We do a lot of serious I feel like people are more inspired when they’re in a and inspiring environment.” t to the casual Californian style of her employees—the m tton-down shirts or nice tees; the women, summer dr s—Alba is dressed in something a bit more flowy and dra cream-coloured crocheted sweater from Faithfull the B d over a peekaboo lace midiskirt from No Big Deal “with derneath so you’re not showing your business,” she says, la shoes are cream-coloured brogues from Attilio GiustiL overhershoulderisafauxsnakeskinleopardprint satc my Choo. With h to the office, the movies and her family —husband n is a producer and investor; daughters Honor and ight and four, respectively—Alba says she doesn’t have m shopping. “A lot of my yle has to do with whatever comes in the mail,” she says, a e free clothes that are sent to her. “I think what you wear s d for your day. Today I wanted to be femininebutmasc metime,”anaptmash-upforawoman who first became famous playing a genetically enhanced action hero on the popular sci-fi TV series Dark Angel from 2000–2002. Moving between the trucks, Alba scans the menus, considering her options: she could eat tacos every day. The Brazilian grill is to die for. Forget the Greek food—too much like the Mediterranean she had last night. “What do you think about a poke bowl?” she asks, leading me toward a colourful truck called Poke 2 Go. I offer to treat. She shakes her head, no way. “I’m the boss; I’m buying.” When Alba was younger, her Mexican-American dad, Mark, was in the military, stationed in Del Rio, Texas, population around 40,000. “There isn’t much in Del Rio,” says her mum, Cathy, a blonde of European descent. “To go to the mall or a hospital, you had to drive two-and-a-half hours to San Antonio.” Alba was the couple’s first child. She had terrible allergies and asthma and frequently broke out in hives; simple colds often turned into pneumonia. “She was in the hospital three or four times a year,” Cathy recalls. “I was definitely born different,” says Alba, sitting in the shade on The Honest Company’s fifth-floor terrace, eating her spicy poke bowl (kale, brown rice, jalapeños and ginger) with a pair

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of chopsticks. “I loved to challenge authority. I was a very difficult child to parent. I was hyper. I didn’t sleep a lot. And being sick so often and being in the hospital so much made it hard to form relationships.” Alba’s journey from frail small-town girl to natural-products mogul might seem incongruous to some, but not to her mother. “She’s been a pistol since birth,” says Cathy, who works as a senior brand educator at The Honest Company. “It was never like, ‘Poor me’, you know? She was always questioning, always determined, never taking no for an answer.” At the age of five, Alba declared her intention to become an actress. “We were driving past a movie theatre in Del Rio,” Cathy remembers. “It had one of those big marquees out front. And Jessica looks at me so seriously and says, ‘I’m gonna be up there one day.’” Eventually, the family moved to an area of California known as the Inland Empire, where Alba’s allergies were less severe. Partly because of her mixed heritage and partly because she “didn’t do girl drama”, Alba continued to be a bit of a loner. “Growing up, I got a lot of ‘You’re Mexican, but you’re not Mexican enough.’” She spent most of her time hanging out with her brother, Joshua, who is only 16 months younger. “She played football with all the boys and was just as good as any of them,” says Cathy. Though she lived only about an hour-anda-half east of Hollywood, Alba made her first trip to LA at age 11, after she heard a radio ad for a contest that offered acting lessons as a prize. She won and soon began doing commercials and landing guest roles on TV shows. In 1999, Alba was chosen from more than 1,200 actresses to play the lead in the James Cameron–helmed series Dark Angel, for which she would earn a Golden Globe nomination. Over the next nine years, before the birth of her first child, in 2008, she made 17 movies. In 2001, Alba was ranked No. 1 on Maxim magazine’s Hot 100, the first of many such lists she would appear on over the next decade. Having grown up a tomboy and a Christian, Alba was not at all comfortable with her status as a lad-mag lust object. “My sexuality made me very uncomfortable. I remember my first Maxim shoot, they were telling me to pose a certain way, and I was like, ‘Agh! I’m 19. I don’t even know how to do that.’ It was so awkward.” At home, Alba says, she was able to be more herself: “I was into wearing baggy cargo pants. I would get tank tops and dye them and wear sports bras and sweatshirts. It was the opposite of sexy. The first time I wore a dress and heels, I had to go to the Golden Globes—I was nominated for Dark Angel. I took my brother. I was so worried about not looking like a lady. I remember thinking, ‘ I hope I don’t trip.’” At 25, Alba says, “I sort of went through a life crisis. I was like, ‘This isn’t what I set out to be. I’m so much more than this, but I don’t know how not to be a sex symbol.’” By this time, Alba had become involved

with Cash Warren, the son of Michael Warren, an actor on the popular 1980s TV cop series Hill Street Blues. When she became pregnant, everything seemed to fall into place. “It was not planned, but I was like, ‘Okay, this is where my life is going. I always wanted to be a mum.’” And then one day, in preparation for the new arrival, Alba was washing some onesies she’d received at a baby shower and broke out in a horrible rash. That’s when it occurred to her: “I did not want my kid to be in the hospital all the time like I was.” It took four years to launch the company. Alba oversaw every phase. She started with nappies, then added shampoos, soaps, cleaning solutions and, most recently, make-up and beauty products. With its commitment to provide safe, non-toxic formulas at a reasonable price, The Honest Company has created a loyal base of customers who, like Alba, are wary of the ingredients used in mass-market products. When she was young and constantly sick, Alba says, “I made a deal with the universe: if I was able to manifest my dreams, then I would try to do good in some way.” With The Honest Company, she says, she is trying to fulfill that promise. “It’s not just about which detergent you use. It’s about education, letting people know what they’re being exposed to and then giving them options. It shouldn’t only be people who live in a certain tax bracket who have access to healthy products.” Some have questioned how healthy her products really are. In addition to a couple of class-action lawsuits challenging the use of the word “natural” and a suit claiming that its infant formula is falsely labelled “organic”, a March report in The Wall Street Journal alleges that the company’s laundry detergent contains a chemical it pledged never to use. In response, a company spokesperson says: “The charges against us are meritless. While disappointing, they haven’t—and won’t— stop us from our mission to provide everyone the access they deserve to safe and effective products.” The next afternoon, Alba calls me. She’s just left work and is driving to school to pick up her daughter. With the time crunch of all her responsibilities yesterday, she says, there was something she’d forgotten to mention. “I have a movie coming out,” she says, laughing. Mechanic: Resurrection will be her 33rd film. A sequel to the 2011 Jason Statham action-thriller The Mechanic, the movie stars Statham, Tommy Lee Jones and Michelle Yeoh. Going back to her roots in Dark Angel, in which she took the role of Max, a genetically engineered killer, Alba plays a deadly martial-arts expert. In many films, Alba says, there’s a damsel in distress who needs to be saved. But in Mechanic: Resurrection, the damsel helps save herself. “She can hold her own, and she’s tough, and she kicks ass. So that’s why I wanted to do it.” It sounds like a case of art imitating life. Q

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WITH A WISHED-FOR ACTING CAREER NOW VERY MUCH A REALITY, HAYLEY MAGNUS TAKES A MOMENT TO SAMPLE THE SEASON’S DREAMY VINTAGE-INSPIRED LOOKS

photographed by DAVID MANDELBERG styled by LILL JENNER


Prada silk dress, $8,080, leather belt, $660, metal belt charms, from $460 each, and cotton corset, $1,240; 02-9223 1688. Susan Driver gold, citrine and topaz earrings, $1,850; susandriver.com.au. Bulgari pink-gold, carnelian and diamond ring (worn throughout), $2,420; bulgari.com. OPPOSITE: Calvin Klein Collection silk dress, POA; calvinklein.com. Cartier gold and diamond earrings, $12,900; au.cartier.com

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Christopher Kane wool and cashmere sweater, $1,595; at Belinda, 02-9328 6288. Daniel Avakian silk skirt, $430; danielavakian.com.au. Tiffany & Co. rose-gold and diamond ring (left hand, worn throughout), $3,650; tiffany.com. Jan Logan gold and pearl bangle, $650; janlogan.com. Next leather slides, $54; next.com.au. OPPOSITE: Gucci cotton, metal and lurex sweater, $1,974; gucci.com. Max Mara camel-hair shorts, $610; world.maxmara.com. Peter Lang metal and howlite bangle, $79; peterlang.com.au


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Acne viscose dress, $1,150; acnestudios.com/au. Peter Lang metal and howlite bangle (left), $79; peterlang.com.au. Tiffany & Co. gold bangle (centre), $6,300; tiffany.com. Ryan Storer gold-plated brass and Swarovski-crystal bangle (right), $150; ryanstorer.bigcartel.com

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Burberry lamÊ dress, $4,795; burberry.com. Tiffany & Co. rose-gold bracelet (left), $3,800; tiffany.com. Jan Logan gold and pearl bangle (right, worn throughout), $650; janlogan.com. OPPOSITE: Max Mara wool, angora, nylon and spandex playsuit, $1,260; world.maxmara. com. Scarf, stylist’s own


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By Johnny silk dress, $550; byjohnny.com.au. Louis Vuitton palladium and brass earrings, $855; 1300 883 880. Tiffany & Co. gold bracelet (left), $3,800; tiffany.com. OPPOSITE: Manning Cartell viscose, crepe and satin top, $349, and pants, $449; manningcartell.com. au. Bottega Veneta sunglasses, $585; at davidjones.com.au. Dior metal and anthracite earrings, $1,200 (set of 3); 02-9229 4600. Tiffany & Co. gold bracelet, $3,800; tiffany.com. Hair: Daren Borthwick Make-up: Filomena Natoli

“I’m really boring and I’m okay with that,” muses Hayley Magnus while discussing her penchant for quiet afternoons reading books and drinking tea. Actually, though, the 27-year-old actress is anything but: she’s witty, a little quirky and slightly irreverent —the kind of person you can’t help but be drawn to. It’s a handy trait to have when your career is all about making a connection with your audience. As a child, Magnus loved volcanoes and considered becoming a volcanologist “but secretly, in my heart of hearts, all I wanted to do was be an actor.” The statuesque Australian dabbled in modelling, but admits it was “a means to an end, to save money to go to drama school”. She studied acting at colleges in Sydney and Brisbane before landing a spot at the prestigious Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute in New York. After appearing in 2015’s The Dressmaker with Kate Winslet and Liam Hemsworth, Magnus has returned to the world of television. She stars in the new Network Ten drama, The Wrong Girl (screening later this year), based on the novel of the same name by Zoë Foster Blake. Her character, Simone, is a friend of the show’s lead, Lily, played by Jessica Marais. Magnus says she loves playing Simone because “she’s much more controversial and confrontational than I am.” Next up, Magnus is excited about heading back to LA to explore new opportunities. “When I was really young, I saw acting as a gateway to see the world.” It looks like her passport is starting to fill up. —TANIA GOMEZ


Ralph Lauren Collection velvet and leather dress, $5,199; ralphlauren.com. Christian Dior metal with pink-gold finish and anthracite-crystal earring, $1,200 (set of 3); 02-9229 4600. OPPOSITE: Prada poplin shirt, $1,070, leather skirt, $2,640, denim hat, $530, leather corset belt, $1,730, leather and metal belt, $660, plexiglas bracelet, $1,060, brass and leather charms, from $460 each, and velvet and cotton heels, $1,930; 02-9223 1688


Look 8ýAC AT JUST 14 OLIVIA DEJONGE LANDED HER FIRST FILM ROLE. NOW SHE’S SET TO STAR IN A NEW US DRAMA AND LOOKS DESTINED TO CONQUER HOLLYWOOD. PREPARE TO SEE A LOT MORE OF THIS FACE photographed by

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Giorgio Armani tulle and velvet cape, $3,200, and velvet pants, $1,600; armani.com. Georgia Alice velvet top, $345; at catinella.com.au. Louis Vuitton palladium and brass earrings, $855; louisvuitton.com. Ryan Storer gold-plated brass bangle, $180; ryanstorer.com. OPPOSITE: Louis Vuitton knit dress, $4,300, silk skirt, $5,500, palladium and brass earrings, $855, and leather boots, $1,900; louisvuitton. com. Socks, DeJonge’s own


Burberry wool jacket, $3,850, and beaded-silk dress, $9,595; burberry. com. Ryan Storer gold and silver-plated brass with Swarovski-crystal earring (left), $290 (for a pair), gold-plated brass and Swarovski-crystal earring (right), $530 (for a pair); ryanstorer.com. OPPOSITE: Marni cotton anorak, $2,795; 02-9327 3809. Ellery silk-blend lamĂŠ dress, $2,950; elleryland.com. Christian Dior metal with gold and palladiumfinish earrings, $580; 02-9229 4600. Lacoste leather sneakers, $219; lacoste.com.au


&PC?IRFPMSEF BEAUTY The best piece of advice Olivia DeJonge has ever been given is that every “no” is a step closer to a “yes”. They’re sage words to live by for an actress who has been working—and auditioning—since she was 11. However she may well be receiving significantly more affirmative than negative responses in future. Having landed her first film role at the age of 14, DeJonge has found early success in what is a notoriously competitive industry. She has starred in M.Night Shyamalan’s 2015 horror flick The Visit and earned a nomination at this year’s Logie Awards for Breakthrough Star of Tomorrow for her role in the ABC drama Hiding. And now, she’s about to embark on a new acting adventure. The pilot that the young Australian has been working on for US TV network TNT has just been picked up. The show, called Will, is based on the life of a young William Shakespeare, and DeJonge, now 18, plays Alice Burbage, the love interest of the famous playwright. “Alice is so strong and so smart, she's the pinnacle of feminism at that time,” says the actress. It’s clear that DeJonge intends to stay in the business for the long haul, noting producing, writing and directing as avenues she’d also like to explore. And if she’s able, she says, “I’d love to do an action film. I think that would be so much fun.” In the meantime, her love for film will no doubt drive her to bigger things. “That moment where you’re in the cinema and for a split second you forget where you are because you’re so engrossed? That’s the moment I strive for with every project I join.”—TANIA GOMEZ

Chanel tweed dress, $15,940, and plexiglass and brass bag, $20,750; 1300 242 635. Lucy Folk sterling-silver and pearl earrings, $485; lucyfolk.com OPPOSITE: Gucci embroidered-wool top, $4,010; gucci.com. Christian Dior metal with gold and palladium finishearrings, $580; 02-9229 4600 Hair: Peter Beckett Make-up: Peter Beard

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MODEL-TURNED-ACTRESS AND STAR OF TV’S VIKINGS ALYSSA SUTHERL AND SHOWS OFF THE SEASON’S HOTTEST MAKE-UP TRENDS by HAYLEY D’ONOFRIO photographed by CARLOTTA MOYE hair by DAVID KEOUGH make-up by KEL A WONG

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ith piercing blue eyes, a flawless complexion and cut-glass bone structure, Alyssa Sutherland possesses the looks that beauty editorials are made for. Her credentials include campaigns for Chanel and Bulgari, but despite being one of Australia’s most successful model exports, Sutherland always had her sights set firmly beyond the runway. However, “acting wasn’t necessarily the plan when I started modelling,” says Sutherland, 33. “I got lucky—I [auditioned] for an Australian movie that ultimately didn’t end up filming, but the process reminded me how much I loved acting. Once I got representation in Los Angeles, I knew that if I didn’t [move] then, I was never going to.” Sutherland’s determination paid off. Now based in LA, she plays a lead role in television series Vikings (SBS) as Princess Aslaug. Closer to home, she is joining fellow Aussies Delta Goodrem and Phoebe Tonkin for charity Pink Hope’s #BrightPinkLipstickDay campaign, which raises awareness and encourages conversation about cancer prevention. Here, Sutherland talks about her breakthrough role and her approach to beauty... Tell me about your character Aslaug in Vikings? “She’s a tough

cookie. I like her because she doesn’t do everything perfectly, which I think is realistic—I would love to see someone who knows how to live life without fault. She’s not bad, she’s not good, and she keeps me guessing, so I hope she keeps the audience guessing as well!” What’s the beauty prep like for playing a viking? “When I first came onto [the show] I was like, ‘No make-up, we’re vikings’, and they slowly coaxed me into black eyeliner—they absolutely wore eyeliner and other types of make-up—but for the most part the eyeliner is all I have, and I like that it adds a touch of evil to her. Our hair designer is so talented, too, and what she comes up with is really innovative.” Speaking of, is that your natural hair in the show? “Yes! As a model, it was every different colour and it was crazy. In season four [of Vikings], we did a time jump and I cut it—I felt like the long hair was sexier and more feminine, and I wanted something to show that [my character] had hardened up a little bit.” Were you ready for a change in real life, too? “My hair was so ridiculously long that it was quite impractical. It’s great when you have people to style your hair, but on the days that I wasn’t filming, it was so long and it would take forever to dry—it’s so thick.” Let’s talk make-up. How would you describe your everyday routine?

“I’m not that much of a girlie girl. I think I wear more make-up now than I ever have, and that’s from going to auditions—when you see yourself on tape without make-up, you realise why a little bit of foundation is helpful. I like Chanel foundation, and I adore the blush tints fromBecca—they give you a hint of colour without being over the top.” What does being involved in the Pink Hope campaign mean to you?

“It’s an opportunity for me to lend my voice to something that’s so important to women. I would love to do what I can to help raise awareness, or funds, for early prevention and support programs.” What’s next for you? “Vikings [will return] for a fifth season! We start filming soon but I can’t tell you about it—I’m sworn to secrecy.” #BrightPinkLipstickDay is on Friday, September 23. To host your own fundraiser or donate, visit pinkhope.org.au

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THINK PINK

BLUSHING BEAUTY

LIT FROM WITHIN

WINGING IT

From fuchsia to the more subtle shades, “a pink lip gives you an instant refresh and pick-me-up,” says make-up artist Kela Wong. “Better still, it’s flattering on all skin tones.” Her favoured technique is super easy, and it minimises the need for multiple products in your cosmetic case—all you need is your lip colour and a lip brush. “Apply the lipstick straight from the tube, but on the top or bottom lip only,” says Wong. “Rub your lips together, allowing the colour to transfer, which will give you an idea of how much more colour you may need.” Then, take a lip brush and add an additional layer where required to add definition and plumpness. Pair your pout with lashings of mascara.

Any skin type and tone can wear blush, but success lies in the colour, placement and application—if you’re looking for a subtle tint, add a rosetoned option to your cheeks, as Wong did with Sutherland. “It gives a healthy glow to the complexion and adds warmth without making you look too flushed,” she says. Using a powder formula and a large blush brush, tap off any excess product, then apply it directly onto the apples of the cheeks, ensuring that you are working the brush lightly onto the skin in a circular motion, says Wong. This simple technique eliminates harsh lines, ensuring that the product is blended carefully and looks natural.

The secret to achieving this radiant-looking complexion? Surprisingly very little make-up. Start with “a heavy moisturiser to really hydrate the skin,” says Wong. “In lieu of traditional foundation, which would give more coverage, try an illuminating make-up base—this will help to even out, smooth and highlight the complexion, while still allowing any freckles and natural skin texture to show through.” To get glowing, Wong suggests you opt for a pearlescent white shadow across the eyelid, top of the cheekbones, down the bridge of the nose and in between the eyes. Use a light, tapping motion with your middle finger for seamless yet natural finish.

Season after season, winged eyeliner continues its reign on the runway, and in more recent years, has taken on a cool, graphic shape. Sutherland’s sleek outline, “is sexy and modern yet timeless,” says Wong. To create this redcarpet-ready look, she recommends using a black powder eyeshadow first, followed by cream eye colour. Ideal for novices, this technique enables you to easily perfect your liner shape while and minimising mistakes. “Close your eye and, using an angled eyeliner brush, line the upper lash line with the powder eyeshadow,” says Wong. “Then trace over it with the cream eyeshadow to set it in place.”

Chanel Rouge Coco Shine Lipstick in Mighty, $52; 1300 242 635. Revlon Beauty Tools Covered Lip Brush, $11.95; 1800 025 488

Giorgio Armani Cheek Fabric in 306, $70; 1300 651 991

Estée Lauder Illuminating Perfecting Primer, $50; esteelauder.com.au. Bourjois Little Round Eyeshadow Pots in White, $20; 1800 812 663

Tom Ford Cream Color For Eyes in Caviar (bottom left), $68; 1800 061 326. MAC Cosmetics Eyeshadow in Carbon, $33; maccosmetics.com.au. Manicare Brow/Eye Defining Brush, $10.95; manicare.com.au

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BEAUTY TALK

Gigi Hadid

The supermodel and one of social media’s biggest influencers chats about her beauty basics, the upside of being a tomboy at heart and why she didn’t always get along with little sister Bella


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hat’s the biggest lesson your mother [TV personality and former model Yolanda Foster] taught you about beauty? “ That less is more, and to only

use products out of necessity. My mum hardly wore make-up, and I certainly didn’t have any of my own. It was fun to learn about it later in life.” So what are your current necessities? “An exfoliating cleanser to boost circulation. I also use moisturiser, bronzer, mascara and lipstick.” You grew up on a farm. Were you more of a tomboy? “Definitely. I started horseback riding when I was

two. My mum rescued two miniature ponies from a neighbour, so I learned to ride on ponies that weren’t saddle-trained. I fell off every day, but it taught me how to be tough.” Did you ever go through an awkward phase? “In third grade I only wore Lakers [LA basketball team] jerseys. The week I got braces—with purple and yellow rubber

MAY 2012

bands—instead of wearing my jersey, I put on a Paul Frank shirt with a monkey on it that had braces. Plus, I cut my hair shoulder-length.”

“This was for a charity event. My mum did my make-up. I don’t even know why anyone took a picture of me. No-one knew who I was!”

See, you had street style before it was a thing. “I think high school is when my style really developed

and I became a mix of both tomboy and girlie-girl. I was captain of the volleyball team, and whenever we would have a school dance, I would do everyone’s make-up.” You and your sister, Bella, are 18 months apart. You’re best friends now, but did you fight a lot growing up? “We fit into the same clothes and shoes,

so that caused friction. I also had to accept the fact that my friends wanted to hang out with my little sister because she’s just cool.” What’s your favourite social-media platform? “Instagram has always made so much sense to me.

MAY 2014

“Tragic make-up for a show I walked in. My hair was supposed to be down, but I threw it back in a ponytail because I was so over the look”

The reason I got into fashion and beauty is because I love beautiful imagery. Snapchat is also fun—it allows me to show my goofy side.” —KAHLANA BARFIELD BROWN

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“I thought a bob would suit the dress. I asked my stylist, ‘What do you think about cutting my hair?’ He said, ‘No way.’ So, yeah, that’s a wig”

3 CHANEL HYDRA BEAUTY NUTRITION NOURISHING AND PROTECTIVE CREAM “A lot of thick moisturisers are too greasy under make-up, but this one absorbs right into your skin” $108; 1300 242 635 4 ST. IVES FRESH SKIN INVIGORATING APRICOT SCRUB “This is what I use to wash my face. [It] leaves my skin feeling clean and soft” $10; 1800 061 027

FEBRUARY 2016

“I was wearing a black jumpsuit and wanted to look like a glam Power Ranger. We did a long weave with a glittery maroon smoky eye”

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WHAT’S YOUR ULTIMATE HAIR GOAL?

IS YOUR HAIR COLOURED?

IS IT OILY AT THE ROOTS?

WHAT’S YOUR MAIN CONCERN?

DO YOU PREFER A MORE NATURAL ALTERNATIVE?

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Rita Hazan is the woman other gurus call when they need help with a dye job. And it’s not just those in the industry -celebrity devotees (from Beyoncé to Madonna) love her out-of-the-box tricks TOUCH UP YOUR COLOUR EVERY TIME YOU WASH YOUR HAIR Hazan says the key to

a longer-lasting shade isn’t skipping shampoo; it’s actually using “a gloss between the shampoo and conditioner steps to put pigment back into strands”. Rita Hazan True Color Ultimate Shine Glosses (available in five shades, approx $36 each; ritahazan. com) deposit a small amount of dye and provide moisture and lustre, thanks in part to vitamin B5. USE MILK TO SOOTHE AN IRRITATED SCALP

If bleach and peroxide (used in many hairlightening processes) leave a client’s scalp tender, Hazan says, “I pour cold milk onto the scalp and let it sit for five minutes.” The combination of cool temperatures and high protein (particularly in skim milk) curbs inflammation. To help offset the damage lightening products do to the lengths, Hazan mixes hair oil into the bleach. GO EASY ON PROTEIN TREATMENTS

The native New Yorker owns Rita Hazan salon in Manhattan, where she specialises in colouring. She has a star-studded client list and her own line of colour-care products

Proteins are found naturally in hair, and when they’re packed into treatments and masks, they help bolster strands that have been damaged by colouring, says Hazan. But if you use them, say, every day, “they’ll harden your hair,” she notes. And without elasticity, your strands will snap more easily. Hazan says to limit protein sessions to once a month. “This is especially important if your hair is really damaged,” she adds. “Porous strands suck up protein. Then you’ll end up in a vicious cycle where you’ll keep doing these treatments to try to get your hair healthier, but it’ll only get weaker.” HIGHLIGHTS ARE THE BEST MOOD BOOSTER

Bad day? Call your colourist. “Lighter colours can make people feel lighter and happier. I have clients that enter the salon feeling down, and after getting some brighter highlights, they walk out with swagger, snapping selfies.”


4 THINGS YOU HAD NO IDEA WERE SABOTAGING YOUR COLOUR

1 BALAYAGE This method of “painting” hair with highlights doesn’t process colour with heat, but by using more peroxide. It stays on longer than it does when used with foils, Hazan says, which can lead to damaged hair.

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BEACHY WAVES The alcohol and salt content in many texturising sprays dries out hair, sapping shine. To get waves, Hazan says, “you’re better off coating hair with a heatprotectant and then using a curling iron.”

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ANTI-FRIZZ FORMULAS Less is more when it comes to styling products, specifically smoothing treatments laden with silicones, Hazan says. “They sit on hair and create build-up that diminishes the brilliance of your colour.”

DRY SHAMPOO “You have to treat your scalp as you would your face,” Hazan says. She avoids OD’ing on formulas full of dulling aluminium and cornstarch powders, which can clog pores.

HAZAN’S SHADE-SAVING REMEDIES CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: Rita Hazan Triple Threat Split End Remedy temporarily seals tips with polymers (approx $41; ritahazan. com). Phyto Subtil Elixir restores hair with shine-boosting oils (approx $42; at feelunique.com). Rita Hazan True Color Shampoo is a sulfate-free formula packed with antioxidants to ensure dyes stay vibrant (approx $36; ritahazan.com). Use Malibu C Un-Do-Goo for weekly residueremoving washes (approx $21; malibuc.com)

BLON DE AM BITION?

LET YOUR COMPLEXION LIGHT THE WAY When blonding, Hazan mixes hues to ensure the colour suits her client’s skin tone. The trick? Echoing the face’s undertones with multidimensional shades, as she did for these celebrities

MICHELLE WILLIAMS Hazan says the actress’ skin “is a cool porcelain”. This means that “she can pull off this icy blonde hue without it appearing harsh”

MADONNA The icon looks best with golden tones. “If you have reddish undertones like Madonna and go for ash blonde, it’ll make the red stand out too much”

JENNIFER LOPEZ The face of L’Oréal Paris “has a neutral, caramel complexion,” says Hazan. “She needs to stick with honey, a colour that’s not too warm and not too cool”

BEYONCÉ When Hazan created “tortoiseshell” highlights for her client of four years, the warmth synced with the singer’s olive undertones, Hazan says

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ENVIRONMENTAL STRESSORS such as pollution and UV radiation are major contributors to ageing skin. To combat these factors, Elizabeth Arden has launched Prevage City Smart With Sunscreens Hydrating Shield ($89; 1800 015 500), which features a potent blend of antioxidants and purified enzymes to neutralise free-radical damage and strengthen the skin’s barrier. Use the lightweight, sheer formula as the final step in your daily skincare regimen.

LASH HOUR False eyelashes add drama to your make-up and instantly create wide-awake eyes. The downside? They stick around for one night only. For a longer-lasting result, try one of these options. Silk and Faux Mink Lash Extensions A full set takes about an hour to apply as lashes are fixed individually for maximum impact. You’ll need infills every three to four weeks. (We recommend Esstudio Galleria, Sydney, $145; esstudio.com.au.) Amy Jean Eye Couture Lash Elevate After tinting and conditioning, silicone moulds lengthen, curl and lift lashes. Results last approx eight weeks (at salons around Australia, $115; amyjean.com.au).

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4GACQ BC6óQR?LAC Eminently practical and unfussily chic, these building blocks are essential to a Parisienne’s wardrobe CLASSIC TRENCH The British may have invented it, but their neighbours across the Channel wear this coat with a distinct insouciance—think open and just a tad rumpled. We love this version from A.P.C. Cotton trench, approx $892; 02-9380 2010

PRINTED SCARF

Laced with off-the-cuff elegance, this little accessory guarantees colour and, yes, a certain je ne sais quoi to any ensemble. Hermès silk scarf, $680; 02-9287 3200

SUBTLE SHADES

You can ditch those outrageous statement sunglasses. Nothing conceals the effects of last night’s bottle of Burgundy quite as fabulously as a pair in mysterious black. Christian Dior sunglasses, $590; 02-9229 4600

STRIPED SHIRT

First issued for French naval personnel, the Breton top has become synonymous with seaside glamour thanks to style icons Coco Chanel and Brigitte Bardot; 127-year-old purveyor Saint James gets the fit just right. Cotton top, approx $121; saintjamesboutique.com

SLIM-FIT JEANS

A tapered straight leg will always look sleek no matter the trends. The key is to find the perfect wash that appears lived-in but not—mon dieu!— purposely distressed. Sandro cotton jeans, $340; 02-9327 3377

NAVY BLAZER

A tailored jacket is polished and effortless. How to achieve an ultra-flattering result? Choose a slightly elongated fit. AYR wool-blend blazer, approx $439; ayr.com

BALLET PUMPS

Feminine flats, particularly those by French shoemaker Repetto, afford a commute that’s both walkable and well-heeled. Repetto suede ballet flats, $295; repetto.com

RED LIPSTICK

“It’s all about looking fresh yet keeping it simple,” says make-up expert Christophe Danchaud, who works with Marion Cotillard. He suggests wearing a rouge lip but leaving the rest of your make-up neutral. Dior Rouge Dior Lipstick in Zinnia Red, $52; 02-9295 9022

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There’s something inherently sensual about a blouse with a nice drape. Parisian fashion editors Emmanuelle Alt and Carine Roitfeld must agree—they’re often spotted in them. Equipment silk shirt, $359; 07-5591 7233

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Sophisticated yet endearingly relatable, NYC transplant Doré shares her illustrations, travels and minimalist leaning style—and that of her equally charming friends.

AUDE SARKAMARI @audesarkamari

The life of this PR consultant and editor is a constant parade of trips to the French Riviera and swanky evening events. You’ll get plenty of holiday inspo along with outfit ideas for when you embark.

DAPHNÉ MOREAU @daphnemodeandthecity

The online influencer (and Paris native) confesses to a love of stripes. Add sweet, girlish bows, an artfully arranged table spread and frequent shots of the Eiffel Tower and you’ve got one adorable feed.


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Study this fashion cheat sheet gleaned from the ultimate icons past and present. Hey, we never said looking effortless was a cinch!

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Fold a square scarf in half diagonally and roll inward from the pointy end to form a narrow tube. Hold it in front of your neck.

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The smaller the pattern, the greater the charm. Follow Inès de la Fressange’s lead and tuck a daintily printed blouse into tailored trousers.

The secret to Françoise Hardy’s nonchalance: an oversized sweater. The roomy fit says you’re not overly precious about getting dressed.

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A tomboyish T-shirt and jeans is the epitome of understated chic when partnered with a sprinkle of barely there jewellery à la honorary Parisian Jane Birkin.

Make like Julia Restoin Roitfeld and opt for a hemline that hits well above the knee. Reveal little else to maintain an air of intrigue.

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SHOP THE PART One surefire way to blend in with the best: choose pieces from these brands that specialise in all things gamine CARVEN

The historic couture house has received a modern update under the creative direction of Adrien Caillaudaud and Alexis Martial, churning out zippy A-line skirts, structured jackets and shrunken graphic knits suitable for the fashionable fille. at netaporter.com

ISBABEL MARANT

Founded in Paris’ Marais neighbourhood 22 years ago, the label—and its more affordable sister line, Étoile—has become the go-to for lightweight bohemian-meets-cool-girl pieces with a luxurious finish. at matchesfashion.com

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Delicate blouses and knits, relaxed yet precisely cut trousers— these sophisticated yet laidback separates are the staples of this Paris-based label, founded by Moroccan-born designer Judith Milgrom. at netaporter.com

Masculine tailoring is unexpectedly alluring on Caroline de Maigret thanks to frayed details. Pushed-up sleeves give the right amount of devil-may-care cool.

Brigitte Bardot shows us that even the most casual outfit takes on a sultry new direction when teamed with last night’s hair and make-up.


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CONDITIONING COMBO Add a few drops of nourishing natural oil to your conditioner once a week. Vernon François, who also styles Nyong’o’s tresses, suggests argan, jojoba or rosehip oils. Leave treatment on overnight and rinse in the AM. Josie Maran Cosmetics Argan Oil Hair Serum, $44; at mecca.com.au. Moroccanoil Hydrating Conditioner, $35.95; moroccanoil.com

THE CLEANSER You need to retain as much moisture as possible, so opt for a low-foam formula. “This means it has cleansers that won’t strip hair of its natural oils,” says hairstylist Rodney Cutler. Matrix Biolage Cleansing Conditioner for Curly Hair, $39.95; 1300 651 991

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Use a wide-tooth comb to separate and untangle tight curls without snagging, says Amos. Maintain the hair’s volume by working through strands during the conditioning process, when lengths are slippery and easy to comb.

This hair type is typically very dense, so air can’t easily reach the scalp, says Amos. He recommends massaging a few drops of tea tree oil into roots before cleansing; this can help stimulate blood flow and reduce inflammation.

Ghd Detangling Comb, $12; ghdhair.com/au

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The Body Shop Tea Tree Oil, $9.95; thebodyshop.com.au

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These kinks fall in a stretched-out S shape. Let them air-dry and they’ll form loose (but not necessarily uniform) bends. Some quick work with a straightening iron can easily reinforce their structure

Apply products according to texture While curly hair may look voluminous, individual strands can still be very fine. You can use the same products for fine or thick strands, says Capri, but if they’re fine, apply an amount smaller than a 10-cent coin as fine hair is more easily weighed down. Otherwise, distribute double that amount.

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THE CLEANSER Choose a moisturising yet lightweight shampoo, says hairstylist David Lopez. The oat milk in this formula protects and detangles, leaving lengths silky soft. Klorane Shampoo With Oat Milk, $20.95; 1800 393 620

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A ceramic-plated straightening iron best defines S-shaped bends. All you need to do is wrap sections of hair around the plates, ensuring that you alternate directions to create realistic ripples.

Even healthy waves can fray at the ends, as natural oils have a harder time travelling down curved strands than straight ones. Apply serum to wet hair, then once it’s dry, rub gloss into the tips to seal and hydrate.

Cloud Nine The Original Iron, $315; au.cloudninehair.com

Essano Argan Oil Hair Recovery Serum, $16; 1800 239 657

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CONDITIONING COMBO Use a light conditioner every time you shampoo; afterwards, mist damp hair with leave-in conditioner, then de-snag with a wide-tooth comb, says celebrity hairstylist Danilo. “This will keep waves from tangling and encourage movement.” Dove Daily Moisture Conditioner, $6.90; 1800 061 027. John Frieda Frizz Ease Daily Nourishment Leave-in Conditioner, $17; 1800 468 318

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Blow-dry your hair before you snip it Hairstylist Jamika Wilson, who styles Viola Davis’ hair, says all curl patterns experience varying degrees of shrinkage (up to 75 per cent for tight curls) as wet hair dries. Have your stylist blow-dry your hair straight before cutting it to determine the true length of each strand.


NATURAL WONDERS Postcard-perfect views from Matakauri Lodge across Lake Wakatipu to The Remarkables mountain range


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YOU NEED TO SEE THIS Explore the natural beauty at these stop-offs

While Queenstown may be small, the burgeoning food and bar scene means you’re spoilt for choice BIG FLAVOUR BOTSWANA BUTCHERY Delicious locally sourced game (think deer, rabbit and duck) are served alongside steak and seafood at this elegant establishment, which has an impressive wine list featuring regional and international heavy-hitters. 17 Marine Pde, Queenstown; botswanabutchery.co.nz

LO-FI LUXURY RATA DINING Helmed by Michelinstarred chef Josh Emett, this relaxed restaurant offers stunning produce in a pared-back setting. Tucked away from

the tourist trail, it’s frequented by residents, who love the impressive lunches and dinners. 43 Ballarat St, Queenstown; ratadining.co.nz

ARROWTOWN A gold rush in the 1860s put the little riverside town on the map. Today, more than 70 buildings from that time remain—it’s Insta-perfect!

FAST AND FAB FERGBURGER A Queenstown institution, this beloved burger bar offers tasty food in double-quick time. Make like a local and avoid the omnipresent queues by calling ahead to place your order. There are lots of options, but we can’t go past the New Zealand beef. Gluten-free buns mean coeliacs are covered, too. 42 Shotover St, Queenstown; fergburger.com

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This historic watering hole has been a town favourite since 1867, and it remains a perfect pick for pre-dinner drinks. Sip Bollinger in front of a roaring fire in this pint-sized bar that’s big on style.

Taking inspiration from Malaysian hawker food, this trendy dining room is the ideal spot to enjoy a fun meal with friends. Think warming roti, rendang and spicy laksa.

Marine Pde, Queenstown; eichardts.com

5 The Mall, Lower Ballarat St, Queenstown; madamwoo.co.nz

GLENORCHY The ultra-picturesque settlement at the far north end of Lake Wakatipu has served as the filming location for The Lord of the Rings

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Navigate the dark laneway and climb the secret steps to an intimate space that boasts some of Queenstown’s best cocktails—there are 11 different martinis alone. 14 Cow Lane, Queenstown; thebunker.co.nz

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SKYLINE QUEENSTOWN Take the almost-vertical gondola ride up to Bob’s Peak. There’s a restaurant and activities, but we just like gazing at that view

TSS EARNSLAW Step aboard (and back in time) this iconic steamship as it plies the crystal-clear waters of Lake Wakatipu


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TAKE A WINE TOUR Known for its lauded Central Otago Pinot Noir, Queenstown is home to a wide variety of vineyards. Our picks include Amisfield Estate, with its beautiful cellar door, roaring fire and must-book bistro, which is an ideal lunch spot for a hungry oenophile. Plus, Chard Farm Vineyard (left), a tucked-away gem at the end of a winding track. The journey rewards wine-lovers with special reds, some impressive chardonnay and tastings with a smile. Amisfield Estate, 10 Lake Hayes Rd, Queenstown; amisfield.co.nz. Chard Farm Vineyard, 205 Chard Rd, Gibbston; chardfarm.co.nz


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Striving for perfection and surpassing the highest standards is challenging, but there is no greater satisfaction than producing New Zealand’s finest 100% natural luxury skin care range.

BEEBIO has a significant point of difference and we should celebrate it and shout about it! Life is a myriad of choices and the world of cosmetics is no different. You have to differentiate and separate what is genuine, what is not, and what is just a case of the ‘emperor’s new clothes’? Just because a crème contains Manuka or Bee Venom does not mean it contains enough of it or the right percentages in the correct formulation to be topically effective on your skin For BEEBIO Advanced Skincare our difference is excellence. Everything we do and every product we create is about being genuinely the best. We use the best highest quality ingredients and manufacture in New Zealand to the highest world standards. We genuinely believe it is ‘the best beauty product to ever touch your skin’. BEEBIO Advanced Skincare was born from more than $20 Million in medical research, scientifically proving the remarkable healing benefits of Manuka Honey. The BEEBIO Manuka formulation in all products is the same as used in advanced wound care and surgical trauma units. Manuka Honey is highly sort after for its ability to stimulate new skin cell production. Our sister company Watson & Son are world leaders in production of Manuka surgical dressings and advanced wound care treatments. BEEBIO Advanced Skincare is spectacularly distinct when we get down to the essence of the product. We use nothing less than 16+ Medical Grade Manuka Honey and we only use the finest pure Bee Venom and pure Royal Jelly, all from our own hives. We also use powerful natural active botanicals and all our active ingredients come from New Zealand. Our formulas are proprietary, require higher volumes of active Manuka Honey and Bee Venom, and along with the other key pure actives, have proven independent scientific validation, part funded and supported by the New Zealand Ministry of Science & Innovation.

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“Making desserts challenges me. I’m a perfectionist and always think I can do better. I love seeing people smiling and saying, ‘Wow, that was amazing’”

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Scones with red-berry jam (recipe on p193) OPPOSITE: Apple frangipane tart


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FRANGIPANE 1 cup sugar 120g butter ½ tsp vanilla paste zest of 1 lime 2 large eggs 1 cup almond meal 1 cup plain flour dash of rum (optional) 3 pink lady apples, unpeeled 1 Granny Smith apple, unpeeled juice of 1 lime

SUGAR SYRUP 5 tbsp sugar 5 tbsp water 1 Preheat oven to 160°C. 2 Frangipane: beat sugar and butter in a mixer using paddle attachment until creamy. 3 Add vanilla, lime zest. 4 Add eggs one at a time. 5 Add dry ingredients; mix. Add rum if using. 6 Spread a thin layer of frangipane in the baked tart shell. 7 Using a mandolin, slice apples to 1.5mm thick. Place slices in a bowl of water with lime juice to avoid oxidation. 8 Place slices one by one, upright and overlapping. 9 Sugar syrup: bring sugar and water to boil on a medium heat until sugar dissolves. 10 Brush apples with sugar syrup; bake for 25 mins.

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canola-oil spray or butter, for greasing store-bought pastry, at room temperature (leftovers can be frozen)

CUSTARD 250ml cream 280ml milk 5 eggs pinch of salt and pepper 1 tbsp flour, plus extra for dusting

GREEN VEGETABLE FILLING (you can add to, or substitute any of the ingredients) 1 medium zucchini, sliced olive-oil spray or olive oil 2 tbsp extra-virgin olive oil ½ brown onion, diced 4 garlic cloves finely chopped ½ bunch of leek, finely sliced 1 broccoli, steamed and finely chopped 1 corn cob, boiled for 5 min and kernels stripped pinch of salt and pepper 1 tbsp light soy sauce 100g baby spinach, finely chopped 2 spring onions finely sliced 180g Persian feta, broken up into smaller pieces 50g parmesan cheese, grated 1 Lightly grease tin using canola-oil spray or butter. 2 Flour work surface and, using a rolling pin, roll out dough to 3mm thickness. 3 Place dough in the tart tin and, using your fingers, gently press it in the tin from the centre to the sides. Use a rolling pin over the top of the tin to cut the edges. 4 Using a fork, poke some holes on the base. Place baking paper on a baking tray; blind bake pastry using baking beads for approx 25 mins; add custard and filling. 5 To make the custard, whisk all ingredients together in a bowl until combined. 6 Preheat the oven to 170°C. 7 Brush or spray olive oil on zucchini slices and grill in a pan for 1 min on each side until golden. Set aside. 8 Place oil in a saucepan; stir fry onion and garlic until golden. Add leek; stir until cooked. 9 Add broccoli and corn. Season with salt and pepper. Add soy sauce. 10 Turn off the heat; add spinach and spring onions. Using a sieve, strain the mixture to remove excess liquid. 11 Place filling into pastry. Roll up each zucchini slice; place around the tart, alternating with feta. 12 Add custard slowly, filling the tin halfway; place the quiche in the oven and finish pouring custard to the top. 13 Sprinkle parmesan cheese on top; bake for 45 min or until quiche filling is golden.

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SCONES WITH RED-BERRY JAM pictured on p190 MAKES 33 SCONES

100g Australian sultanas, soaked overnight in English breakfast tea* 750g plain flour, plus extra for dusting 90g caster sugar 7½ tsp baking powder 225g unsalted butter at room temp pinch of salt 1 tsp vanilla paste 3 eggs 330ml buttermilk 50g chocolate chips or buttons 2 egg yolks *To prepare the sultanas, steep 3 English breakfast tea bags in 3 cups of hot water for at least 7 mins. Cover cup or bowl to keep it hot. Remove tea bags. Place sultanas in a bowl and pour enough tea to cover them. The sultanas will soak up the tea and increase in size. Cover bowl in cling film and keep in fridge until needed. 1 Preheat the oven to 180°C. 2 Using a mixer with a paddle attachment, mix all ingredients (except eggs, buttermilk, chocolate and sultanas) until combined. 2 Add eggs one by one. Add buttermilk last. It is important that you don’t overwork the dough. 3 Dust flour on a flat surface. Divide the dough in half. 4 Drain sultanas and gently incorporate in one half of the dough. Shape into a ball. 5 Incorporate the chocolate chips through the other half of the dough. 6 Dust flour on a flat surface and roll out the dough to about 2cm thick. 7 Lightly spray a baking tray with canola oil. Cut the scones using a 4cm cutter and flip dough over so the bottom part of the scones are on top. 8 Beat 2 egg yolks and brush each scone with egg wash. Let them rest at room temp for at least 30 mins. 9 Bake for 20 mins or until golden on top.

RED-BERRY JAM 500g frozen or fresh berries (you can use the strained strawberries from the consommé, recipe on p194) 200g caster sugar 200g brown sugar 1 vanilla bean, scraped (optional) 1 Place all ingredients in a saucepan over medium-low heat until sugar dissolves. 2 Turn down heat to low and stir so the sugar doesn’t burn. 3 Cook for 20 mins, stirring every 3 mins. Let it cool in the fridge.

CHEESE AND ROSEMARY BREAD WITH HAM AND WATERCRESS pictured on p194 MAKES 25 BREAD ROLLS

1 cup milk ½ cup vegetable oil 1 tsp salt 2 cups Sour Manioc Starch (cassava flour)* 2 eggs 1 cup parmesan cheese, finely grated 1 sprig of rosemary, leaves picked, finely chopped (optional) ham and watercress, to serve 1 Preheat oven to 230°C. 2 Bring milk, oil and salt gently to a boil in a saucepan over medium heat. 3 Remove from the heat and add cassava flour and stir to combine. 4 Transfer to a mixer and, using a paddle attachment, smooth and cool the dough at medium speed. Add eggs one at a time; mix to combine. 5 Add the cheese and rosemary (if using). 6 Shape the dough in little balls and place on a parchment-lined baking tray. 7 Turn the heat down to 175°C and bake the dough for 30 mins. The outside should be dry and a golden- brown colour. 8 Cut each roll in half and place 1 slice of ham and a small amount of watercress per bun.

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(Brazilian coconut custard) MAKES 6 (7.5x3cm) 10 egg yolks 85ml coconut milk 110g sugar 50g grated coconut, plus an extra 2 tbsp to garnish Juice of ¼ lime pinch of salt 6 tsp glucose 1 Preheat oven to 170°C. 2 Combine all ingredients in a bowl, except 2 tbsp grated

coconut and glucose; mix well. 3 Place glucose in a small bowl and heat in the microwave for approx 10 secs. Use your finger to spread syrup in each muffin cup. 4 Fill cups with quindim mixture, then place muffin pan in a larger baking pan and add enough hot water to reach halfway up the side of the muffin tin. 5 Bake for 30 mins or until the coconut starts to colour. 6 Remove quindim from the cups while hot to maintain the glossy finish from the hot glucose. 7 Roast 2 tbsp grated coconut and place on top of each quindim.

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STRAWBERRY AND VANILLA TART 2 punnets fresh strawberries 7 baby basil microherbs, washed and dried dollop cream, to serve

SWEET PASTRY MAKES 2 X 20 CM TART TIN

190g unsalted butter at room temperature 125g icing sugar ½ vanilla bean, scraped 2 eggs 500g flour pinch of salt

PASTRY CREAM (CRÈME PATISSERIE) MAKES 1 X 20 CM TART TIN

500ml milk 2 vanilla beans, scraped 8 egg yolks 125g sugar 50g cornflour 50g unsalted butter

STRAWBERRY CONSOMMÉ & JELLY 250g strawberries fresh or frozen 3½ tbsp sugar 13g (approx 8 and ½) gelatine sheets*

Cheese and rosemary bread with ham and watercress (recipe on p193)

SMOKED SALMON BASKET MAKES 10 375g filo pastry pack 100g butter 1 tbsp extra-virgin olive oil 2 tsp capers 100g cream cheese 400g pack smokedsalmon slices ¼ Spanish onion, thinly sliced 2 lemons pinch of salt and pepper 1 baby celery, leaves picked 1 Preheat the oven to 180°C. 2 Let pastry sit at room temperature for at least 2 hrs. 3 Melt butter in a small saucepan over medium heat. 4 Lay sheets on a flat surface and place a teatowel underneath and on top

to avoid sheets drying. 5 Brush one sheet of pastry with butter and place another sheet on top. Repeat 3 times. You should have 4 layers. Brush the top layer. Cut into 6x6cm squares. 6 Brush some butter or spray olive oil in a 6-cup muffin tin. 7 Place one square then overlap with another square. Press down to form a basket. 8 Bake for 10 mins then cool. 9 Shallow-fry capers in olive oil and dry on paper towel. Reserve. 10 Pipe cream cheese on the bottom of the basket. 11 Place a slice of smoked salmon in the basket then arrange onion, capers, extra cream cheese and squeeze lemon juice on top. Season with salt and pepper and garnish with celery leaves.

1 Sweet pastry: using a mixer with paddle attachment, combine butter and icing sugar. 2 Add vanilla then add the eggs one at a time. 3 Sift flour and salt and add to the mixture to make a dough. Flatten the dough and wrap in cling film. Let it rest in the fridge for 30 mins then roll out 3mm thick. 4 Press the pastry all around the tart tin to make a nice shape. Rest again for 15 mins in the fridge. 5 Preheat oven to 170°C. Using a fork, poke holes on the base of the pastry. Blind bake using baking beads for 15 mins or until golden. 6 Pastry cream: bring milk and vanilla to the boil over medium heat. 7 In a separate bowl, mix yolks and sugar, then stir in cornflour and combine. 8 Pour hot liquid over yolks, sugar and cornflour, stir and place back in the pot. Stir for another 2-3 mins to ensure corn flour is cooked. 9 Transfer to a mixer and beat, using a paddle attachment. Let it cool before adding butter. 10 Place pastry cream in baked tart tin shell about ¾ full. 11 Strawberry consommé: place strawberries and sugar in a bowl and cover with cling film. Place the bowl over a pot of simmering water for 2 hrs. Keep the heat low so fruit juice is released slowly and clear. 12 Strain strawberries using a colander. Keep the poached strawberries to make a jam. 13 Soak gelatine in cold water until it softens. Squeeze the excess water and add to warm consommé; stir until dissolved. 14 To assemble, cut fresh strawberries in half and arrange them on top of the pastry cream. 15 Pour jelly consommé over strawberries (just enough to cover the top). Cool in the fridge for 30 min before serving. 16 Garnish with micro herbs; serve with dollop cream.

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WHEN DESIGNER ALESSANDRO DELL’ACQUA STUMBLED UPON A TIMEWORN APARTMENT ON THE OUTSKIRTS OF MILAN, HE TAPPED INTO A TALENT FOR CREATIVE REINVENTION THAT HAS FUELLED HIS STORIED FASHION CAREER. “MIXING DIFFERENT STYLES, EVEN IF IT APPEARS WRONG, ALWAYS HAS A STRONG IMPACT,” HE SAYS by ERIC WILSON photographed by SIMON WATSON

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hen life tells you that you can never go home again, it might be time to find a new place to live. It was nearly seven years ago when Alessandro Dell’Acqua, then an established player on the Milan fashion circuit who was famous for his seductive La Dolce Vita-style dresses, faced a catastrophe that sometimes befalls even the savviest of designers. After clashing with his manufacturing partners over creative differences, he decided to walk away from his company. He issued a press release to announce that his last collection would be produced without his approval. While he left on his own terms, he would no longer be able to design under his own name since the rights to the Alessandro Dell’Acqua label remained with the investors. So after a brief period of mourning (you could call it an identity crisis), Dell’Acqua set about building a new business with a concept he called No. 21, after his lucky number and birthday (December 21). Livelier, more experimental and less formal than his previous work, the designs quickly caught on with a fashion set that was just

beginning to embrace quirky, global street style. Editors and stylists instantly flocked to his imagemaking spangled skirts and offbeat fuzzy knits. “I always had so many strategies in place to build the Alessandro Dell’Acqua brand, and they all turned out different from what I’d expected,” the designer says on a sunny morning, days after his autumn/winter men’s show and just weeks before his next women’s collections are due to be presented. “So now, for No. 21, there is no plan. Everything is day by day.” Buoyed by a second chance at success, Dell’Acqua is unusually relaxed for a designer with so many responsibilities, including his plum post as artistic director of Rochas in Paris, which he has held since 2013 and which put him back into the big leagues of fashion. Still boyishly handsome at 53, he says his secret to maintaining sanity is through compartmentalisation and a system of immaculate organisation that extends from his stores to his office and even his home. It’s evident on the walls of his apartment, where an ingenious set of storage cabinets and secret doors is built into the carved wood panelling. As No. 21 began to take off (Italians refer to it as “Numero Ventuno”, but the label is widely known around the world as “Number 21”), Dell’Acqua teamed with Milanese architect Hannes Peer to build a common aesthetic for both his living and working spaces that unites a love of traditional Italian style with a broader, more contemporary vision. Four years ago, they began to create the designer’s current apartment, located a few blocks from his offices on the eastern side of the city, with a design that makes the most of the abundant natural light from windows that face a lengthy outdoor entertaining area. “When I saw this apartment, it was really run-down, but I fell in love with the terrace,” Dell’Acqua says, “along with the original tile floor, which is typical of old Milanese houses.” He wanted a warm, inviting space but also one that was free of clutter and with lots of unexpected contrasts between the classical and the modern, which happens to be very much in line with his approach to fashion. On the runway, that might translate as a timeless evening gown paired with almost ridiculous-looking frothy, feathery slippers. At his home, you’ll find incongruous pairings, such as a 19th-century Murano-glass chandelier


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Custom-made stainedglass sliding doors open to the kitchen. “They were a suggestion from my architect, Hannes Peer,” says Dell’Acqua. “He had an old drawing of them, and I loved the idea from the beginning. It’s the only thing we didn’t argue about at all.” OPPOSITE: A bulletin board in Dell’Acqua’s office displays photos of his fashions clipped from magazines, as well as notes from celebrity friends, including Nicole Kidman


Framed artwork by photographers Mark Borthwick and Juergen Teller lean against a living-room wall. BELOW, FROM LEFT: Piero Fornasetti plates gifted by friends; In the master bathroom, an antique apothecary cabinet holds daily essentials; The central living space opens onto a sunny terrace, where the designer likes to entertain friends


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hanging over an Eero Saarinen Tulip dining table, or a polished white marble fireplace mantel that is encased by a rough-edged frame of concrete. Somehow it all works. “I wanted to re-create the atmosphere of an expansive hôtel particulier from Paris yet keep some of the peculiarities of Milanese apartments,” he says. This was for two reasons: first, Dell’Acqua’s work life is so all-consuming that his apartment is really just an extension of his office. He and his partner of nearly 20 years, Michele Santella, who designs accessories for the house, and their Jack Russell terrier are together all the time. And so are Dell’Acqua’s employees, most of whom work on both the No. 21 and Rochas collections. Second, he is a bit of a hoarder. Born and raised in Naples, Dell’Acqua came to Milan at an early age and at some point worked for practically every label in the city: Brioni, Genny, Enrica Massei and Max Mara. He is adored by his fellow designers there, and likewise, Dell’Acqua’s love for Milan is absolute. “It’s a city that offers a lot,” he says. “And in Milan, a lot of things are hidden away. Behind every door there are courtyards and gardens that you would never expect to find.” Dell’Acqua’s wall of carved-wood panelling also contains many secrets. One cabinet disguises a fantastic display of Murano glasses. Another holds decorative plates and mugs by Piero Fornasetti. Lean on a subtle panel with too much pressure and you’ll find yourself in an otherwise unmarked washroom. Peeking through the treasures of his drawers, I find dog toys, old papers and stacks of VHS tapes. “I can’t use the tapes anymore because the whole system has changed,” he says. Well, you could say that about fashion as well, but Dell’Acqua has adapted better than most to an industry that always expects more and more ideas from designers, and faster. He has had plenty of them too since his comeback, the latest being the realisation of a longtime dream: his own store in Milan’s Golden Square. And it is testament to Dell’Acqua’s position in the city that so many of his colleagues turned up for the opening, including Rodolfo Paglialunga of Jil Sander, Francesco Scognamiglio and Marco de Vincenzo. They admire him because he’s a survivor. “The store is a tribute to the city I love,” Dell’Acqua says. “What I have learned is that the fault of many young designers is to have big, big expectations. Now I know that it is better to live in the moment.” Q

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NM 21 An impressive brand deserves an impressive retail space. Designed by Dell’Acqua and Hannes Peer, the new No. 21 Milan flagship store shares the ethereal grey palette and marble mosaics found in the fashion designer’s home and offices. Plus, it’s hardly a coincidence that the Ceppo di Gré stone on the shop’s walls and floor was also used to build Milan’s Duomo: “It’s a city I feel particularly close to,” says Dell’Acqua.

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Fashion. A History from the 18th to the 20th Century (Taschen, $33.60). Couture Confessions by Pamela Goblin and Yann Legendre (Rizzoli, $80). A Star is Born by George Tiffin (Head of Zeus, $40). Richard Avedon: Photographs 1946-2004 by Richard Avedon (Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, $102.20)

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Serene Green Deep shades of this calming colour are set to become the new must-do for your home. From a painted —or papered—wall to a feature armchair, it makes a modern way to add depth to any space

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1. BEDROOM UPDATE The Australian-made Tempo bed is a smart choice for airy, modern apartments. You choose the upholstery, from knockout chartreuse Dolly fabric (pictured) from Warwick to other vibrant or more neutral shades. You can also choose the timber and height. Visit domayneonline.com.au for more possibilities. 2. SWEET SCENT Made from 100 per cent natural soy wax and a pure cotton wick, the ECOYA Madison Jar offers a burn time of 80 hours for a luxurious fragrance experience. Presented in a sophisticated box with silver foil, it makes the perfect gift. RRP $39.95. Visit ECOYA.com 3. DESIGNER LOOK Specsavers makes high-end fashion accessible to everyone. You’ll love the new collaboration with luxury womenswear label ELLERY. Exclusive to Specsavers and available in stores now, the collection includes 14 pairs of glasses and six prescription sunglasses. Visit specsavers.com.au/ ellery to view the full range.

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With a few tricks of the trade, dream bathrooms can come in small packages TRY IT It is important to consider all changes before you begin renovating. This “helps keep budgets realistic and in check,” says Jenny Drew, Australian editor of Houzz (houzz.com.au).

HOW TO A floating vanity will maximise floor space, while drawers specially designed to house appliances will optimise storage. A large mirror that reflects light will make the room feel bigger. Drew suggests installing a freestanding bath with the back touching one wall. Not only “visually appealing”, it gives “the illusion of space”.

DO IT Pendant lights set the mood, plus they provide a decorative element without taking up valuable real estate. “They add a designer note and provide good task lighting over the basin area,” says Drew. For of-the-moment tapware, she recommends black “in a sophisticated matt finish”.

Kartell polycarbonate stool, $350; at top3.com.au

Bocci glass and copper pendants, from $1,960 (each); at hubfurniture.com.au

Gebruder Thonet Vienna wood and glass mirror, $780; at spacefurniture.com.au

Victoria + Albert bath, $5,100; at domayneonline.com.au

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The inaugural light festival will see Indigenous artwork illuminate more than 2.5km of the MacDonnell Ranges in a celebration of local culture. Sep 23-Oct 2 parrtjimaaustralia.com.au

BRISBANE

KINGS PARK FESTIVAL

FESTIVAL Music, theatre, dance, circus—take your pick from the annual arts event’s diverse program of local and international talent. Sep 3-24 brisbanefestival.com.au

Lose yourself in nature with free guided walks and other fun events around the park. Sep 1-30 bgpa.wa.gov.au/kings-park

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With a focus on the best of Asian arts and culture (above), this year is set to be the biggest yet as the festival celebrates its 10th anniversary. Sep 17-Oct 2 ozasiafestival.com.au

FRINGE FESTIVAL The city will be treated to a month full of cultural sights and activities (above), including a silent dinner party for 400! Sep 1-30 sydneyfringe.com

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Top authors and editors gather in the Victorian capital to touch on topics ranging from social change to the art of magazine-making. Aug 26-Sep 4 mwf.com.au

Hobart celebrates its role as Australia’s port to the southernmost continent. Sep 8-11 antarcticfestival.com.au

AROUND THE WORLD If you’re heading overseas, be sure to mark your diary so you don’t miss these iconic international festivities

ANTARCTIC FESTIVAL

BURNING MAN, NEVADA

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Thousands make their way into the American desert to immerse themselves in a week of self-expression and entertainment. Aug 28-Sep 5 burningman.org

Fantastical street parades are a highlight of the Spanish festival, which is held in honour of Barcelona’s patron saint. Sep 22-25 lameva.barcelona.cat/merce

Installations that fill London’s historic spaces are just some of the 400 events that take place throughout the city. Sep 17-25 londondesignfestival.com

There’s no such thing as a schooner at the German beer fest, which attracts more than 6 million stein drinkers every year. Sep 17-Oct 3 oktoberfest.de/en

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feet warm and to assist with circulation.” ON-BOARD ESSENTIALS... “Toiletries should always include a travel-sized roll-on deodorant, refreshing wipes and a toothbrush and toothpaste. I pack a good lip balm to help my lips stay fresh and a face mist for my skin. For a healthy look during the flight passengers should pack a face moisturiser to help minimise dehydration.” HOW TO ENSURE A RESTFUL FLIGHT... “For me it’s not a

restful flight without an eye mask or ear plugs—they’re a must.” THE BEST WAY TO KEEP HYDRATED... “I drink plenty of water, although I’ve also found that if I drink fruit and vegetable juices (especially cucumber) during the days prior to my flight it assists with my hydration levels. When flying it’s best to minimise your alcohol and caffeine intake to avoid feeling dehydrated.” HOW TO STAY LOOKING FRESH... “If you are organised

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MODERN MEDITERRANEAN Tucked above the lauded Alpha Restaurant in Sydney’s historic Hellenic Club, newcomer Beta Bar makes a chic destination for post-work drinks. The venue’s striking exposed brickwork and arches remain and are set against contemporary accents that create an eclectic space to sip Greekinspired cocktails and a graze on chef Peter Conistis’ clever meze menu. Level 1, 238 Castlereagh St, Sydney; hellenicclub.net.au/about/beta

DON’T MISS

THE SHALLOWS A secluded beach with white sands and turquoise water—paradise, right? Not when you add a great white shark to rival Jaws. Watch Blake Lively battle her underwater opponent in true nail-biting style, and keep an eye out for familiar landscapes along the way (scenes were shot on Australia’s east coast). In cinemas August 18. If you’re craving action... Mechanic: Resurrection sees Jason Statham do what he does best—seek revenge. (August 25).

If you’re looking for a little history... Set in 1951 amid the Korean War, Logan Lerman plays a young, Jewish student at odds with his conservative college in Indignation (August 18).

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HOLLYWOOD’S CROWN JEWELS Since the birth of the house in 1884, stars such as Grace Kelly and Elizabeth Taylor have lusted after Bulgari’s exquisite pieces. And now, thanks to the National Gallery of Victoria’s new exhibition, Italian Jewels: Bulgari Style, it’s possible to glimpse the confections up close. Sep 30-Jan 29; ngv.vic.gov.au

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STARS AND THEIR CARS: JENNIFER HAWKINS THE CAR Range Rover Sport I LOVE IT BECAUSE “It’s chic, sporty, sexy and powerful. It has been my dream car for as long as I can remember.” FAVOURITE PASSENGER “Jake [Wall, Hawkins’ husband], of course!” THE DESTINATION “We often take it for road trips to Byron Bay, Newcastle and Hyams Beach. I enjoy coastal road trips.” PLAYING ON THE SPEAKERS “Drake, Jay Z, Rihanna or Kanye.” Range Rover Sport, from $160,000 including on-road costs; landrover.com.au

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Ida Mae Astute/Getty Images; Gregg DeGuire/

Getty Images; courtesy @therealalyssas; courtesy

From left: Catwalking/Getty Images; Alessandro

WireImage.com; p179: clockwise from top left:

@jimmyfallon; courtesy @olivia_dejonge; Desiree

Lucioni/Imaxtree; Catwalking/Getty Images; Pietro

Kevin Mazur/Getty Images; Ezra Shaw/Getty Images;

Navarro/Getty Images pp29-33: John Rintoul p35:

D’aprano/Getty Images p108: Still life: John Rintoul;

Dan MacMedan/WireImage.com; Dave Benett/Getty

Snapper Media p36: Clockwise from far left: Dimitrios

Antonello Trio/Imaxtree p110: From left: Pietro

Images p180: Miz Watanabe/courtesy Matakauri

Kambouris/Getty Images; Daniele Venturelli/

D’aprano/Getty Images; Frazer Harrison/Getty

Lodge p181: Clockwise from top right: Miz Watanabe/

Getty Images; Larry Busacca/Getty Images (2) p38:

Images; John Phillips/Getty Images; Catwalking/

aQua Studio/courtesy Matakauri Lodge (2); Shantanu

Clockwise from far right: Stephane Cardinale/Getty

Getty Images p111: From left: Catwalking/Getty

Starick/courtesy Jack’s Point; Miz Watanabe/aQua

Images; Mireya Acierto/Getty Images; Marc Piasecki/

Images (2); Edward James/WireImage.com;

Studio/courtesy Matakauri Lodge; Robert Churchill/

WireImage.com; Nicholas Hunt/Getty Images

Catwalking/Getty Images p112: Still life: John

Getty Images; Miz Watanabe/aQua Studio/courtesy

p40: Clockwise from far left: Marc Piasecki/GV

Rintoul; Ivan Lattuada/Imaxtree pp115-123:

Matakauri Lodge p182: Clockwise from top left:

Images/Getty Images; Josiah Kamau/Getty Images;

Thomas Whiteside; hair: Dennis Gots; make-up:

courtesy Eichardt’s Bar; naruedom/Getty Images;

GVK/Bauer-Griffin/GC Images/Getty Images;

Lauren Andersen; manicure: Katharina Sauseda

Mark Meredith/Getty Images; Matteo Colombo/

Broadimage.com; Getty Images p42: From left: Jason

pp124-133: David Mandelberg; hair: Daren

Getty Images; David Wall Photo/Getty Images;

Merritt/Getty Images; Jonathan Leibson/WireImage.

Borthwick; make-up: Filomena Natoli pp134-141:

courtesy Rata Dining p183: Clockwise from top

com; Rebecca Sapp/Getty Images; Jason Merritt/

Stephen Ward; hair: Peter Beckett; make-up: Peter

left: Marco Simoni/Getty Images; Andy Nixon/Getty

Getty Images; Gisela Schober/Getty Images p43:

Beard pp149-155: Carlotta Moye; hair: David Keough;

Images; Peter Sundstrom/Getty Images; courtesy

From left: George Pimentel/WireImage.com; David

make-up: Kela Wong; styling: Milka Prica; p155: still

Chard Farm Vineyard pp187-195: Mark Roper; hair

Prutting/BFA.com/AustralScope; Mark Cuthbert/

life: Tim Robinson p158: Tim Robinson p160: Henrique

and make-up: Samantha Powell pp198-203: Simon

Getty Images; Mike Marsland/WireImage.com; Jeff

Gendre/Traction Artist Management p161: Still life:

Watson/ Trunk Archive; grooming: Arianna Cattarin/

Kravitz/FilmMagic.com p44: Still life: John Rintoul;

Tim Robinson; from top: Jerod Harris/WireImage.

WM Management p204: Clockwise from top left:

from left: Fred Duval/FilmMagic.com; Wenn.com/

com; Matt Baron/BEI/Shutterstock/AustralScope;

Simon Watson; courtesy Art Club Concept; Philip

Picture Media p46: Clockwise from top left: Alessio

Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic.com; Jamie McCarthy/Getty

Le Masurier (5); courtesy Spence and Lyda; courtesy

Botticelli/Getty Images; Allen Berezovsky/Getty

Images p162: Tim Robinson p164: From top: Frauke

Freedom Furniture; courtesy De De Ce p207:

Images; Gregg DeGuire/WireImage.com; Axelle/

Fischer-Ikeda/BlauBlut-Edition.com/Snapper Media;

Clockwise from top left: Matthew Williams/courtesy

Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic.com; Gilbert Carrasquillo/

courtesy Rita Hazan p165: Still life: Jeffrey Westbrook;

Wythe Hotel; Catwalking/Getty Images; John Rintoul;

FilmMagic.com; courtesy @lucyhale (4) pp50-52:

from left: Sean Gallup/Getty Images; Matt Baron/

Philip Le Masurier; John Rintoul; courtesy Life Interiors;

Joachim Mueller-Ruchholtz; hair: Courtney Benedetti/

BEI/Shutterstock/AustralScope; Axelle/Bauer-

Philip Le Masurier; courtesy Kezu; courtesy Kara

Patrick/Tracey Mattingly; make-up: Cyndie Lou/

Griffin/FilmMagic.com; Jon Kopaloff/FilmMagic.com

Rosenlund; John Rintoul (2) p209: Clockwise from top

Tracey Mattingly; styling: Brian Coats/The Wall

p166: Top row, from left: Gary Gershoff/WireImage.

left: Prue Ruscoe/Taverne Agency; courtesy Victoria

Group; set design: Cooper Vasquez/The Wall Group;

com; Lisa Rose/Globe Photos/AustralScope; BEI/

+ Albert; courtesy Space Furniture; courtesy Hub

production: Freebird Production pp57-63: Liz Ham;

Shutterstock/AustralScope; Chris Polk/FilmMagic.

Furniture; courtesy Top 3 p210: Scott London

hair: Peter Beckett; make-up: Filomena Natoli

com; 2nd row, from left: Steve Granitz/WireImage.

p211: Clockwise from top left: Trentino/courtesy

pp67-71: Still life: John Rintoul p72: Clockwise

com; Carlo Allegri/Getty Images; Jim Smeal/

OzAsia Festival; Shutterstock; Cynthia Sciberras;

from top left: Snapper Media (2); Blaublut Edition/

Shutterstock/AustralScope; 3rd row, from left:

Michelangelo Gratton/Getty Images; courtesy

Snapper Media (2) pp74-75: Still life: John Rintoul;

Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic.com; Joe Kohen/WireImage.

London Design Festival; Guillem Lopez; John Horsley/

p74: Catwalking/Getty Images p78: Clockwise from

com; Jason Merritt/Getty Images; Frank Trapper/

Photoshot/Getty Images p212: Clockwise from top

top left:John Rintoul; Liz Ham; John Rintoul; Philip

Getty Images; Dimitrios Kambouris/WireImage.com;

right: Getty Images; Vince Valitutti/courtesy Columbia

Le Masurier (2) pp80-81: John Rintoul p93: Alessia

4th row, from left: Jason Merritt/Getty Images;

Pictures; courtesy Beta Bar p213: Clockwise from top

Gammarota/Imaxtree p94: From left: Victor Virgile/

Angela Weiss/Getty Images; Jamie McCarthy/Getty

right: Colin Anderson/Getty Images; courtesy National

Gamma-Rapho/Getty Images; Catwalking/Getty

Images p168: Still life: Tim Robinson; Mike Marsland/

Gallery of Victoria; John Rintoul (2); Philip Le Masurier

Images; Victor Virgile/Gamma-Rapho/Getty Images

WireImage.com pp173-175: Still life: Joseph Molines;

(2) p214: Still life: John Rintoul; from top: courtesy

(2) p95: From left: Pietro D’aprano/Getty Images;

p174: from left: courtesy @garancedore; courtesy

Range Rover; courtesy BMW p218: Clockwise from

Victor Virgile/Gamma-Rapho/Getty Images;

@audesarkamari; courtesy @daphnemodeand

top left: courtesy Jason Wu; Oleksiy Maksymenko/

Catwalking/Getty Images; Matteo Volta/Imaxtree

thecity; p175: illustrations: Margot Mace; clockwise

Getty Images; Michael Kovac/Getty Images;

p96: Still life: John Rintoul; Ivan Lattuada/Imaxtree

from far left: Blaublut Edition/Snapper Media;

mattjeacock/Getty Images; courtesy Silvereye;

p98: From left: Edward James/WireImage.com;

Melodie Jeng/Getty Images; Guy Breemat/

John Rintoul; Larry Busacca/Getty Images.

Catwalking/Getty Images; Victor Boyko/Getty Images; Catwalking/Getty Images p99: From left: Catwalking/Getty Images; Victor Virgile/GammaRapho/Getty Images; Peter White/Getty Images; Antonio de Moraes Barros Filho/Getty Images p100: Still life: John Rintoul; Antonello Trio/Imaxtree p102: From left: Catwalking/Getty Images; Thomas Concordia/WireImage.com; JP Yim/Getty Images; Edward James/WireImage.com p103: From left:

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