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ISSUE 164 - DECEMBER 2016

FASHION JOURNAL MELBOURNE - SYDNEY - BRISBANE - ADELAIDE - PERTH

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“Learn more about wine instead of default ordering the second-cheapest bottle.” "Teach my dog to fetch. He’s seven. I’m aiming high.” “Attend an all-you-can-eat oyster event and impress the staff with all I can eat.” “Stop squeezing my pimples every day. The temptation, though. The temptation.” “Get up half an hour earlier in the morning so I have time to watch the morning shows. I want to be looking good in case I win Sunrise’s Cash Cow.” "Eat more cheese before bed. Cheese dreams rule.”

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My name is… Dominique Escalante But you can call me… Nikki I’m… an FJ intern In my spare time you’ll find me… scrolling through the Instagram account of Tom Hardy holding dogs (@tomhardyholdingdogs, if you must know) I’m embarrassed to admit that I… am the only living Filipino who can’t sing My hidden talent is… being polite to retail workers, knowing how to flush toilets, using my indicators The naughtiest thing I’ve ever done is… used my little sister’s ID for student meals The last text I sent was… the bread emoji My friends come to me for… my Netflix password The worst piece of advice I’ve ever been given is… due tomorrow, do tomorrow

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42 EDITORIAL Come Undone

18 MUSIC Lift off

54 HAIR & BEAUTY The Sweetest Thing

24 FEATURE Screen Test

59 GOODS All I Want for Christmas

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The Scoop Nana Judy Australian streetwear label Nana Judy has released its Mirage collection right in time for the holidays. The easy-to-wear pieces are inspired by the arid Californian desert landscape. Think natural earth tones of sand and burgundy, with pops of dusty pink and an acid wash. To celebrate in true Nana Judy style, the label is hosting an official Beyond The Valley VIP party in an exclusive location. Previous Nana Judy parties have boasted attendees including Kendall and Kylie Jenner, Leo DiCaprio and Miranda Kerr so, you know, just your average invite list. We’d expect nothing less. nanajudy.com

Étiquette It’s one year on since we first heard about the jewellery label handcrafting silver out of South Africa. Étiquette is back with its follow-up collection, TO, boasting two new men’s and women’s styles. Expect solid rings simple enough to wear every day, yet bold enough to stand out in your collection. The new range also debuts the label’s first matching rings, with a set designed for you and someone real special. While the label has matured, the design ethos remains the same. Simple, yet significant. etiquettesilver.com

DORO FJ friends meet DORO. The local label has just launched its first ready-to-wear collection featuring fresh linen, crisp cotton and easy-wear elastic. Unique patternmaking and garment construction techniques are at the heart of the label, with hand-painted detailing across a number of pieces. Advocating for the slow fashion movement, DORO crafts made-to-order and limited-run pieces in Melbourne. The clean and minimal designs follow Australian ethical standards, with the label placing high importance on sustainability. You can check out DORO in person at Monk House Design in East Brunswick VIC. dorodorodoro.com

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St. Goliath St. Goliath is kicking goals left, right and centre. Known for its timeless clothing that translates from beach to street, the label is now getting sporty. It’s just teamed up with Melbourne City Football Club as its official casualwear partner. Launching with a new campaign, players Osama Malik and Connor Chapman have turned model, showing off the brand’s newest collection of versatile and easy-to-wear street staples. edgeclothing.com.au


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Ettitude Nothing beats climbing into bed with fresh sheets. At last, someone has figured out a way to keep your sheets cleaner for longer. Ettitude has released a range of bacteria and odour control bedding, made from 100% organic bamboo lyocell and charcoal. It’s the first of its kind with antimicrobial, moisture-wicking and breathable properties. Charcoal powder is added to the bamboo lyocell fabric, which helps to absorb moisture 50 per cent faster than cotton. It also comes with all the luxury of silk and Egyptian cotton, and is made using sustainable practices. Time for a healthy night’s sleep. ettitude.com.au

Brauz We’ve discovered a new app that you might just like. It’s called Brauz and it’s set to change the way you shop. Taking the best bits of online shopping (think easy browsing, product suggestions and discount codes), Brauz connects with local retailers to bring these perks to you IRL. It means building a stronger connection with the brands you’re actually interested in, without all the inbox spam. That’s a win-win. Pre-register for the free app now via the Brauz website. Trust us, this is one to download. brauz.com

OnceWas OnceWas Fitzroy is closing its doors and it’s not going out without a bang. The Gertrude Street Style Lab has turned outlet, taking up to 75% off everything. Stock starts at $20 with nothing over $250. Running for three weeks only, you’ll want to get in quick. The sale ends December 29. 124 Gertrude Street Fitzroy VIC. oncewas.com.au

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Linen House We’re forever on the lookout for excuses to update our bedrooms. And we’ve found another. Collette Dinnigan has teamed up with Linen House to release her first range of bed linen. Inspired by her time in Sicily, Dinnigan’s collection boasts three duvet sets in a palette of azure and bright white. Made from 300 thread count cotton percale, it's designed to feel crisp and cool. Available in select retailers from January. linenhouse.com.au

Wolf & Mishka Wolf & Mishka is a Melbourne-based design studio specialising in the prettiest homewares, jewellery, bags, candles and more. It prides itself on keeping things local, which is why it’s presenting the All My Friends pop-up in early 2017. All My Friends is a creative concept aimed at showcasing local labels and handcrafted goods in one curated space. The pop-up will feature a mix of independent Melbourne designers at 277 High Street, Northcote, from January 23 to April 17. Prices will vary anywhere from $5-$500. Write this down and support your local. wolfandmishka.com.au

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UNIQLO Unless you’re one of those freaky Bikram yoga people, exercise and heat do not mix well. Naturally, a hoodie isn’t the most obvious choice for your summer workout. But it may actually be the smartest. The good people at UNIQLO have released an AIRism UV cut hoodie, made with a technical fabric that actually keeps you cooler. It features moisture-wicking properties to stop that sweaty feeling, while its UV cut technology will protect you from sunburn. How’s that for genius? uniqlo.com/au

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You may recognise the Converse Pro Leather ’76 as one of the most iconic silhouettes from the brand. What you mightn’t recognise, however, is the grape and grey vintage sport colours. That’s because the brand has reintroduced the shoe in its most authentic form, celebrating 40 years since its arrival. The re-release features superior comfort technology, with the inclusion of a Nike Lunarlon sock liner. The Converse Pro Leather ’76 is available now at the Converse website and select retailers. converse.com.au


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Croft Shoes Melbourne label Croft Shoes has dropped a slick new range of Chelsea boots, just in time for the party season. The Camden is the latest addition to the label’s transeasonal offering and comes in black, black suede, cigar and saddle suede. Each shade also features a contrasting natural sole and visible stitching for a casual look. For a take on the Chelsea that’s a little more swish, the Aaron (pictured) features smooth jet-black leather, with minimal detailing and dark soles. You can pick up a pair from the Croft website or at select Platypus Shoes retailers. croftshoes.com.au

Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival The Virgin Australia Melbourne Fashion Festival is back for its 21st year. Kicking off on March 1, the 2017 festival will run over three weekends, with more than two weeks of free and ticketed events. Showcasing the best of three creative pillars – fashion, arts and ideas – VAMFF will light up the Royal Exhibition Building for a second year running. It’s your chance to check out the works of Australia’s emerging and established designers and get inspired at a range of business and industry forums. Tickets are available now. vamff.com.au

Royal Croquet Club Spot of croquet anyone? The Royal Croquet Club is back for another year, touring Australia for the silly season. Stopping at all major capital cities, RCC will once again deliver a stellar lineup of DJs, restaurants and an immersive, participatory croquet performance to write home about. Tickets are available for weekend shows or you can hook in for a season pass. With a lineup like this, you may just want to. royalcroquetclub.com.au

The Daily Edited To help get your pressies sorted for the big day, The Daily Edited is simplifying gift-giving. It’s the one place you’ll be able to find a gift for your mum, dad, sister, brother, lover and great-uncle Fred. Each leather accessory is available in a range of colours and can be finished with initials, a message or emojis. The brand will even complete your present with a little Christmas card. That’s less time wrapping and more time decking the halls. thedailyedited.com

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1 Year Diploma Courses starting at $5,000 per trimester The Karl von Busse Institute of Design has re-designed its courses and tuition fees to continue its quality delivery of industry relevant diploma courses while still including unique European study tour programs. 2017 will bring a new and exiting approach to providing quality design education to Local and International creative’s. No ATAR or HSC needed, contact us for more information and start your design career in the New Year. Tuition Fee Support available including Bursary awards for International Students.

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PHOTOGRAPHER HOLLY ENGELHARDT STYLIST BONNIE KAY

This season say hello to tinted lenses, geometric frames and playful spins on classic silhouettes. Go wild. Let loose. You’re almost on holidays, after all. Clockwise from top left KAREN WALKER Emmanuel $429 TOM FORD Chiara $520 from HEALY OPTICAL KAPTEN & SON Venice Matt Gold Orange Mirrored $159 ELIZABETH AND JAMES Mott Round $335 EPØKHE Neto $290 BAILEY NELSON Twiggy Amber Glitter $155

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With summer break on the way, you don’t want anything standing in between you and a good time. That includes your wardrobe. Your best bet is to keep summer dressing simple and for that, let us lead you to Mr Simple. The retailer now has 12 locations including Emporium, Melbourne Central, Chapel Street and Brunswick Street, each with a slick interior. They also stock Herschel Supply Co. and Simple Watch Co, so all bases are covered. Now go have some fun. Trust us, you look good. Clockwise from top left MR SIMPLE Ronson baseball cap $29 SIMPLE WATCH CO watches $179-$279 HERSCHEL SUPPLY CO iPad sleeve $49 MR SIMPLE Hawaiian linen shirt $99 MR SIMPLE 3 pack tees $99 HERSCHEL SUPPLY CO Heritage backpack $99 MR SIMPLE Bailey chino shorts $89 HERSCHEL SUPPLY CO Charlie leather wallet $59 @mrsimplegoods

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“I’m sure this had to do with Solange…She tipped off Beyoncé to our writing and Beyoncé approached us. She asked ‘would you guys be interested in writing for my next record?’ And I said of course. When Beyoncé asks, you say yes.” The two-piece wrote and produced five songs for Beyoncé, also including their own previous works. “I added a song that I had written and produced about a year and a half prior… I tweaked some of the lyrics to make it a little more Beyoncé-style. That was a song called 'No Angel' and I threw it into the pot as well.” Sound familiar? That track made it onto Beyoncé’s 2013 self-titled album.

Most bands would strive to get their music recognised in an Apple commercial. Some might consider it the peak of their careers. Then there’s Chairlift, the electro pop duo that hit the milestone just after releasing their first record.

WORDS BY TARA SMITH It was only up from there. Since debuting Does You Inspire You in 2008, the pair has gone on to release two more critically acclaimed albums and collaborated with some of music’s biggest names. But according to vocalist, Caroline Polachek, it all started more humbly.

“Up until that point, we were really the DIY band signed to a really small indie label…that whole thing was crazy, it was a lot more tension and more of a platform than we were ever ready for.”

These days, the band’s just finished touring Australia, following the release of their third album, Moth.

According to Polachek, it was their big break. “The day I graduated from college, we hit the road. It’s been a full-time thing ever since,” Polachek says.

In the past, Polachek did more of the writing while Wimberly produced. Now the two share roles.

Then came big break number two.

“On this record we approached it more like a jazz process, really improvising and playing with the sounds. I think that had a lot to do with the fact that we were producing it ourselves.

“We met Solange at Lollapalooza in 2008. She came up to us after our set,” Polachek remembers.

And so, Chairlift was born. It didn't take long before the duo had earned global attention.

“She actually came up with us on stage and did a dance and sang that song. We’ve been friends ever since.”

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“The whole thing was quite mysterious and under wraps, it was a huge surprise.”

“This album is definitely the most emotional Chairlift record… It’s also much more straightforward and groove-oriented than anything we’ve done before.”

“I was going to school in Colorado and I met a guy in my economics class who was a folk musician. I started playing some back-up in his band. After a few months he [partner Patrick Wimberly] said: ‘Hey, you’ve written more than half the songs that we’re performing. We should call this a band rather than my own name.'”

“We made our first record in NY and then, before I even graduated school, before it even really came out, it got picked up by an Apple commercial.

“I got a text from a friend saying ‘Hey, congrats. Check iTunes.’ And [Beyoncé’s] record had just gone up. I couldn’t believe it, it was so strange to hear that track on the record.

“She said, ‘Hey, I’m Solange. I’m a big fan and I love your song, 'Planet Health'. I actually have a little dance choreographed to it. Can I do it with you guys?’

Chairlift’s friendship with Solange then led to attention from Queen B herself.

“We built a studio in New York and made it ourselves on our own schedule, in a very playful way.” So what else can we expect from a band handpicked by Apple and Beyoncé? “I’m working on a new solo record right now, which I’m really excited about. You guys will hear about that pretty soon.” chairlifted.com


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Clockwise from top left MARIMEKKO Mini Pioni coin purse $35 KAREN WALKER Star Sailor sunglasses $389 FOSSIL Q Hybrid light brown leather smartwatch $195 BYREDO Cotton Poplin candle from MECCA COSMETICA $39 MI GOALS Get Shit Done Minimal A6 book $5.95 SPORTSGIRL Cactus coin clutch $14.95 SMASHBOX Light it up 3 palette set from MECCA MAXIMA, MISS DIOR Moisturising Body Milk 200ml $79 LINEN HOUSE Cactus vase $69.95 BOBBI BROWN Beach fragrance (part of Beach Fragrance, Lip & Cheek Set) $185 KESTER BLACK Gingerbread hand and body soap $14

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Clockwise from top left CONVERSE Chuck Taylor All Star Sequins $130 COLETTE BY COLETTE HAYMAN Bye Felicia eye mask $7.99 SPORTSGIRL Totally Coco nail polish $9.95 COLETTE BY COLETTE HAYMAN air freshener $2.99 SPORTSGIRL 2017 fabric diary $24.95 LANOLIPS Lano All-Over Everywhere multi-cream $17.95 from FACIALCO.COM.AU PALM BEACH COLLECTION Indigo Love candle $39.95 THE DAILY EDITED taupe angled cardholder $59.95 STATUS ANXIETY Delilah wild cat wallet $119.95 JOT IT DOWN 2017 diary $65.70 KIT & ACE Bullshit dice game $30 BOBBI BROWN lipgloss (part of Beach Fragrance, Lip & Cheek Set) $185

In an ideal world, the lead up to Christmas is spent planning a day of extreme eating and pressie opening. In reality, it means trudging around the shops, in search of gifts for every person you’ve ever met. To get you back to daydreaming about turkey, we’ve pulled together our gift ideas for the big day. 21


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PHOTOGRAPHER HOLLY ENGELHARDT STYLIST BONNIE KAY Whoever said men are hard to shop for clearly didn’t know where to look. We’ve gathered our favourite stocking fillers for the boys. Think seasonal socks, sleek accessories and a little something to keep your father/brother/partner/mate smelling great. Clockwise from top left MALIN + GOETZ Naughty + Nice votive set $70 from MECCA COSMETICA The Rap Year Book $27.95 from URBAN ATTITUDE, RITUALS Ancient Samurai after shave gel $37 PRO AND HOP Mr T air freshener $5 from URBAN ATTITUDE BAILEY NELSON Adler Windsor Rim $195 STANCE Christmas socks $28 R.M. WILLIAMS Ostrich bi fold wallet $200 CROFT Aaron boots $189.95 MUJI cotton denim cushion slippers $24.95

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Screen Test While sunscreen is often an afterthought, it probably shouldn’t be. You’re an adult. And as an adult, a sandy mix from your best mate’s beach bag isn’t going to cut it anymore.

Brand: Dermalogica Name: Solar Defense Booster Available from: dermalogica.com.au SPF: 50 Price: $69 Super thin, light and moisturising. Gives a nice little glow without being shiny or greasy. Never has sunscreen felt so good. Smells like: notes of lavender Feels like: silk dreams Rating: Brand: Dr. Jart+ Name: BB Radiance Beauty Balm Available from: Sephora SPF: 30 Price: $63 This thin formula is ideal for a redness cover-up, though it takes a couple of minutes to dry and feels slightly chalky once on. On the plus side, it’s the kind of chalky that lets you know the sunscreen will stay put. Smells like: a not-too-strong sunscreen Feels like: tinted moisturiser Rating: Brand: Mecca Cosmetica Name: Sunbrella Invisible Superspray Available from: Mecca Cosmetica SPF: 50+ Price: $42 Best on ground for summer. A clear mist, it’s easy to apply, extremely lightweight and feels like heaven on tired skin. It can also be sprayed over makeup; perfect for long days in the sun. Smells like: no scent Feels like: a cool sea breeze Rating:

Brand: It Cosmetics Name: Your Skin But Better CC Cream Available from: Sephora SPF: 50+ Price: $58 For those who *have* to wear makeup to the beach. It’s highly pigmented with a thicker consistency, but as a CC cream it’s still lighter than foundation. A hydrating serum and matte finish bring this one home. Smells like: fruity and tropical Feels like: smooth and matte Rating:

Brand: Neutrogena Name: Oil-Free Moisture Facial Moisturiser Available from: Chemist Warehouse SPF: 15 Price: $11.69 Doesn’t quite nail the balance between non-greasy and hydrating. Applies easily, but doesn’t quite glide on. Only SPF 15, so it would be good to see it come in a higher SPF. Smells like: slight sunscreen odour, but not unpleasant Feels like: a little dry Rating:

Brand: The Body Shop Name: Instaglow CC Cream in Peachy Glow Available from: The Body Shop SPF: 20+ Price: $27.95 Heads up, this comes out pink. There’s a slight risk of a sunburnt appearance. When blended properly, however, it colour corrects and brightens, instantly gives the complexion a naturally luminous appearance. Smells like: no scent Feels like: light, non greasy Rating:

Brand: Skinstitut Name: Age Defence SPF 50+ Available from: Laser Clinics Australia and other selected clinics nationwide SPF: 50+ Price: $45 The consistency breeds confidence in its skinprotecting abilities; it’s thick but not greasy. Pat on under makeup in the morning or lather on at the beach. Get you a cream that does both. Smells like: expensive skincare Feels like: versatility Rating:

Brand: Napoleon Perdis Name: Multi-Defence Broad Spectrum SFF 50 + Sunscreen Available from: Napoleon Perdis SPF: 50+ Price: $29 Oil-free, non-sticky and lightweight. Goes on effortlessly, absorbs fast and stays put. Perfect base for under makeup (we wouldn’t expect any less from NP, though). Smells like: low scent Feels like: barely there Rating:

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01 Greedy Lui

Forget rocking up to a party in the same outfit as someone else. Greedy Lui has arrived. The brand produces collections in very limited numbers (read: mostly one-offs), guaranteeing you won’t outfitclash with anyone ever again. All pieces are handmade in Melbourne by designer Maria Decker, who adorably named the label after her twin sister. The latest playful drop features textural fabrics, vibrant colours and lots of sparkle across limited-edition pieces. If that wasn't enough to love, Greedy Lui maintains a key focus on ethical production and environmentally-friendly practices. This is your time to shine. greedylui.com

03 Harry Chaos

Harry Chaos is the realisation of a teenage dream. Growing up in rural Victoria, founder Sean Anderson struggled to find clothes he liked, so aspired to design his own. Life, however, got in the way and he spent over a decade working as a plasterer. In 2016, he finally made his long-awaited foray into fashion. Harry Chaos was born. Specialising in T-shirts and tanks in a range of styles – including slim, tall and loose fits – Harry Chaos is nailing quantity basics at an affordable price point. All garments are custom-designed and manufactured in Melbourne, so you know you’re onto a good thing. harrychaos.com

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02 Colette by Colette Hayman

When buying a bag or piece of jewellery you really like, choices are generally limited to two options. Settle for low quality, or apply for a bank loan. Luckily, Colette by Colette Hayman is here to change that. The Australian-based label has grown to an international level, largely due to its ability to offer high quality pieces at bank-friendly prices. From clutches to weekender bags and an expansive jewellery collection, styles range from minimal to statement with a new collection dropping every week. Your credit rating has never looked so good. colettehayman.com.au


KIAYA DANIELS COTTON BLAZER $650, THE ACADEMY BRAND COACH JACKET (WORN UNDERNEATH) $119.95

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TALIA JIMENEZ FISH HEAD DENIM JACKET POA FROM UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY SYDNEY YSABEL CLOHERTY THE ILIAD PANTS POA FROM UTS TEVA ORIGINAL UNIVERSAL MARBLED SANDALS $79.95 H&M SOCKS $4.99


KIAYA DANIELS KATA TJUTA PRINT TEE $190 HANNAH TAN HARRIS TWEED FOLDED SHORTS POA FROM UTS TEVA ORIGINAL UNIVERSAL MARBLED SANDALS $79.95 H&M SOCKS $4.99


GUESS GEO DOT POLO $39.95, YSABEL CLOHERTY APOLLO TOP POA (WORN UNDERNEATH) FROM UTS


EMILY STONE HAND EMBROIDERED CROSS-STITCH COAT POA FROM UTS


EMILY STONE CHERRY PLUM INTARSIA KNIT POA FROM UTS, KIAYA DANIELS GRASS PRINT PANT $290, TEVA ORIGINAL UNIVERSAL MARBLED $79.95, H&M SOCKS $4.99


DEN WEARS THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CASHMERE SINGLET $349, NORTH COLLECTIVE NECKLACE $70, MODEL’S OWN RINGS, STYLIST’S OWN MASK

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Photographer Toby Hudson Stylist Carlos Mangubat Grooming Shella Martin @ Salon XVI Models Laura @ Folk Collective, Henry and Den Styling assistant Kenny Ocampo Photography assistant Kamilla Musland


LAURA WEARS SUPRÉ CONNOR CAMO JACKET $60 NIKE RUNNING SHORTS $45 DR. MARTENS 3-EYE SHOES $300 STYLIST’S OWN BELT


DEN WEARS TWIGGY HUNTER JEANS $200 TWIGGY HUNTER SHIRT $100 BÉTON CIRÉ HAT $120 FROM SOMEPLACE MODEL’S OWN BELT AND DR. MARTENS


LAURA WEARS GRANDMA FUNK ZIP POLO $59 ROLLA’S HIGH DUSTERS JEANS $139.95 GRANDMA FUNK DENIM JACKET $259 H&M SAFETY PIN EARRINGS $7 STYLIST’S OWN BELT


LAURA WEARS ROLLA’S SATURDAY STRIPE TEE $59.95, H&M SAFETY PIN EARRINGS $7, MODEL’S OWN PANTS


DEN WEARS ROLLA’S ACE TEE $59 KAPTEN & SON CAMPUS WATCH $19 NORTH COLLECTIVE NECKLACE $70 MITCHELL’S ADVENTURE CAMO PANTS $45 BÉTON CIRÉ HAT $120 FROM SOMEPLACE MODEL’S OWN BELT AND DR. MARTENS


HENRY WEARS GRANDMA FUNK DENIM JACKET $259 ALEXANDRA PETERS TROUSERS POA NORTH COLLECTIVE NECKLACE $70 STYLIST’S OWN MASK


HENRY WEARS LACOSTE RUNWAY ZIP SWEATER $329 ROLLA’S STUBS JEANS $149.95 DR. MARTENS 3-EYE SHOES $229 FROM GRANDMA FUNK NORTH COLLECTIVE NECKLACE $70


EUGENIE ZIP FRONT VELVET TURTLENECK $315

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Photographer Eddie New Stylist Samara Wilson Hair & makeup Joel Phillips @ Vivien's Creative using MAC Cosmetics and O&M Photography assistant Nick Ryall Model Richie Hines @ IMG Models


RACHEL GILBERT LUNA TOP $499 MAX MARA JAZZ SKIRT $755


NATALIJA SLIP $99


COOPER TRUTH OR FLARE SHIRT $349 RACHEL GILBERT LUNA PANT $599


KATE SYLVESTER FILIGREE DRESS $299


COOPER TRUTH OR FLARE SHIRT $349 MAX MARA ZAMPINO PANT $580


ISABELLE QUINN COAT $280 GINIA CHLOE SQUARE NECK CAMI $119.95 AGENT PROVOCATEUR PANTS $615 BEAU COOPS MAXIM SLIDES $199


REBECCA VALLANCE WYLDE TOP $389 STYLIST’S OWN SKIRT


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San Taylor

Abysse

Few are doing swimwear better than San Taylor. The label favours honest and raw beauty, delivering an understated collection of swimwear separates. Cuts are minimalist and lines are clean. The range is inspired by the sunbathers of Saint Tropez’s Le Club 55, midcentury Danish poolside furniture by Hans Wegner, and the iconic imagery of Helmut Newton, Peter Lindhberg and Slim Aarons. Pieces are handcrafted locally, with no more than 60 produced per style, and each is individually numbered by the designer herself. Textiles are sourced from Italy, Spain and Australia. This is premium swimwear. santaylor.com.au

Abysse is for those of you who’d rather spend time in the ocean than shopping for swimwear. More concerned with function than frills, the label offers no-fuss swimwear in athletic designs. Its collection of bikinis, wetsuits and vests is built with 100 per cent Japanese limestone neoprene made from eco-friendly rubber. It’s warmer, lighter and more durable than standard neoprene and doesn’t harm the environment. Handmade in California, the range is also fast-drying and UV-protective, designed for use in the sea and on the shore. This is swimwear with all bases covered. abysseofficial.com

Salt Water Sandals

Midnight Swim

Salt Water Sandals are more a summer staple than fish and chips on the beach. The brand has just entered its 76th year in the biz, unsurprising, given the quality of its product. Originally made with scrap leather from military boots during wartime shortages, today, the sandals are just as sturdy. All Salt Water Sandals are waterproof, machine-washable and will mould to the shape of your foot with repeated wear. The brand has also re-released its Classic Slide and Salt Water Sandal in a metallic rose gold colourway, right in time for the salty season. Slide in. saltwatersandals.com.au

Midnight Swim is only in its second season but is already making a name for itself. Created by Australian designer Genevieve Er, the label is inspired by warm, balmy nights and the best beaches around the world. The latest collection brings together athletic and bohemian influences. Think T-back cuts, sporty piping and mesh styles alongside a more relaxed capsule of crochet kinis. Colours span a seasonal selection of burnt orange, wine and military green, with more neutral options included for good measure. There’s something here for everyone. From where we’d rather be. midnightswimwear.com


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Isidora

Sunday Supply Co.

While most swimwear has the sole focus of helping you look fly at the beach, Isidora offers a lot more. The socially conscious label was born from a love of travel and a desire to effect change. Isidora works with factories in small villages around the world, generating jobs and significantly aiding workers in building micro-economies within their communities. The label is driven by the idea of an endless summer, with a strong emphasis on clean lines and an expansive colour palette. It’s all delivered through a minimal aesthetic and use of luminous fabrics. There’s a lot to love. isidorathelabel.com

There’s no better way to spend a sunny day than by kicking back on the sand. But we know Aussie summer is unbearably hot and catching rays isn’t all that good for you. Enter Sunday Supply Co. Straight out of a ’60s holiday postcard, the brand specialises in beach umbrellas covered in unique, vintage patterns. Each brolly is made from lightly-varnished beechwood, UPF30+ fabric and has custom aluminium alloy hinges. And because size matters, the umbrellas feature an extendable wooden pole and two-metre canopy, large enough to fit all your pals underneath. sundaysupply.co

Bravura Sydney Swimwear malfunctions at the beach are not fun. If you like to jump in the surf and don’t want to worry about losing your bikini to the waves, Bravura Sydney is worth a look. It offers just the right amount of support and functionality, without compromising on design. Not only this, but Bravura is committed to local and ethical production, keeping quality control at the forefront. If Bravura’s pieces look familiar, it might be because you've seen them on Kylie Jenner’s Instagram. For those who prefer to try before they buy, the brand is holding a pop-up at Power Living Bondi Beach on January 7. bravura.sydney

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Fiola Rose Swim

Zingiber

When we picture our ideal tropical holiday, we’ve got a coconut in hand, are lounging by the pool and wearing a crochet bikini. Fiola Rose has part of that daydream covered. The label boasts a collection of ethically made, hand-crocheted bikinis and classic lycra swimwear styles. To keep you feeling serene, each piece has a rose quartz crystal sewn in, which is known for its healing properties. Inspired by ’90s styles, Fiola Rose Swim exudes a feminine aesthetic across cuts designed to flatter and enhance curves. To keep up the good vibes, the label also donates $1 from each design to women’s charities in the Philippines. fiolaroseswim.com

You mightn't know it but you’ve probably seen Zingiber’s swimwear before. Regularly spotted on celebs (Kim, Kourtney and Khloé Kardashian have already put through personal requests), the Perth-based label is known for designs that push the boundaries of swimwear. Designer Nicola Spicer focuses on pieces that are form-flattering for every body type, with a range of full-support and underwire options. Each design is crafted in limited runs, some as small as 50, ensuring quality and exclusivity. All prints are designed in-house, with high-end fabrics used. This is what summer looks like. zingiber.com.au

Zahlo Swim

Cantik Swimwear

There are a few things that make Zahlo Swim different. Designed by a small creative team on the Gold Coast, this label knows a lot about the beach. Practical and sustainable pieces make up the collection, with hand-painted patterns and prints that are made to be mixed and matched. Each print is exclusive to the label and varies slightly from piece to piece, splashed across materials sourced from small Australian businesses. Zahlo Swim has modernised classics to create pieces that don’t break the bank. Cuts are practical and contemporary. Just like swimwear should be. zahloswim.com

Cantik makes swimwear to celebrate femininity. Each collection boasts daring cuts that showcase the uniqueness of women’s bodies, with premium fabrication and quality detailing front-and-centre. The label’s new collection, Artillery, is its first to be made from ECONYL. The fabric is 100 per cent regenerable and recycled from post-consumer waste. In addition to doing its bit for the environment, the label works to empower its manufacturers and employees. Cantik ensures fair wages and good working conditions for all its Bali-based staff. This is swimwear with heart (and booty). cantikswimwear.com


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HAIR & BEAUTY

The Sweetest Thing

PHOTOGRAPHER HOLLY ENGELHARDT STYLIST BONNIE KAY We’re saying adiós to 2016 with a serious pampering session. Here are our picks for smooth and revitalised skin (topped off with a bath bomb for a bit of fizzy fun). See you in the new year.

Clockwise from bottom left VICE & VELVET Cloud soap $17 MRS DARCY LIFESTYLE Vivacious hand cream $24.95 GO-TO SKINCARE Exceptionoil $51 LUSH The Experimenter bath bomb $8.95 NAPOLEON PERDIS Balm Voyage moisture complex cleaner and makeup remover $59 THE BODY SHOP jumbo mango softening body butter 400ml $39.95 KORA ORGANICS body exfoliator 175ml $59.95 from FACIALCO.COM.AU GOODNESS Be Cool mist toner $12.95

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Beauty Buys New this month.

Napoleon Perdis Make room in your makeup bag for Napoleon Perdis’ next release: the Auto Pilot Bronzing Primer. Everything you could want in a primer, it will give your makeup extra oomph thanks to its bronze tint. Hello sun-kissed glow. The lightweight and silky gel formula also features plenty of the good stuff – algae extract, moisturiser and vitamin E – to keep your skin hydrated and healthy. You’ll be able to get your hands (or face) on it from January. napoleonperdis.com AUTO PILOT BRONZING PRIMER $39

Bobbi Brown Bobbi Brown’s ringing in the festive season with a curated selection of holiday gifts. The Beach Set comes with three of the brand's signature products including the Beach Fragrance (50ml) and a full-sized Shimmer Brick and High Shimmer Lip Gloss. We’d be pretty stoked if we found this one in our Christmas stocking (hint, hint). bobbibrown.com.au BEACH: FRAGRANCE, LIP AND CHEEK SET $185

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Kester Black Kester Black has teamed up with Pantone for a collaboration that dreams are made of. To celebrate the 2017 Colour of the Year, Kester Black has dropped a limited edition Pantone nail polish in the shade of Greenery. It’s the first release in a partnership that will span the entire year. Like all of Kester Black’s polishes, this one’s cruelty-free, vegan, without nasties like formaldehyde and made in Australia. kesterblack.com PANTONE COLOUR OF THE YEAR NAIL POLISH $22

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Look & Listen

with GIULIA BRUGLIERA and BIANCA O'NEILL

BOOK REVIEWS

HOW WRITING WORKS

THE DANGERS OF TRUFFLE HUNTING

FUCKING APOSTROPHES

Roslyn Petelin

Sunni Overend

Simon Griffin

Poor Roslyn Petelin. I can only imagine the pressure she felt when writing a book on how writing works. And while I could sit here and nitpick her writing, I won’t. Because she did a pretty great job. Consider this an exhaustive manual to writing, from reasoning, to tone, to how readers perceive words. It’s basically a holy bible of writing. Cons: with any key academic authoritative text, it’s a little dry. However it’s easy to navigate and a good resource to keep on your desk at work. As Petelin puts it, there are people who are working writers and people who are writing workers. Unless your trade is in manual labour, you, my friend, are a writing worker. You’ll put this book to good use.

The cover of The Dangers of Truffle Hunting reads: “glamorous, voluptuous and bursting with passion.” Voluptuous. A book. This was going to be some trashy shit and I couldn’t wait. While yes, it was certainly trashy, I was surprised to find some key moments of *depth* woven throughout. It’s kind of like the rom-com cocky guy who, in a moment of weakness, accidentally lets slip his nice-guy interior. That guy is insanely attractive. So is this book. It has it all – lust, love, fame, wine, rich people, the whole shebang. It had me rooting for the protagonist and left me heart-warmed throughout. No, it won’t make you look as intelligent as a Penguin Classics book cover might, but hey. It’s still a good beach read.

If you, like me, can't stand incorrect apostrophe use, welcome. This is a safe place, one in which we rag on those who use possessive apostrophes for plurals. Simon Griffin is part of our frustrated inner sanctum and so, he released a pocket book with dual purpose: 1) to educate the masses. 2) to deliver a tangible resource for us to physically thrust upon those less educated, all while yelling 'get it right, goddammit!'. It’s really not that hard. At least, not when Griffin explains it. Complex grammar rules are laid out in layman's terms, alongside explanations of why we often get them wrong. It’s the perfect passive aggressive gift for that person who thinks your the best.

ALBUM REVIEWS AWAKEN, MY LOVE!

24K MAGIC

DARKNESS AND LIGHT

Childish Gambino

Bruno Mars

John Legend

When another reviewer promises you “Pink Floyd meets R&B”, you expect big things. And when that album is from Childish Gambino? Perhaps even bigger things. Thankfully, right from the first few minutes of opener ‘Me and Your Mama’, this album really does deliver on that monumental promise. ‘Have Some Love’ and ‘Boogieman’ take us back to funk in the ’60s, while ‘Riot’ channels Prince. However, some of that experimental flavour wanes as the album progresses. Instead of a sequel to Because the Internet, it probably acts as a prequel. It’s primal, intuitive and brave – as opposed to fully formed and ultra-modern. That retro vibe, however, seems to suit Childish perfectly.

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24K Magic opens with the title track. It’s the musical equivalent of pulling out the main course before the entrée has even hit the table, but sets the scene pretty accurately for this cracker of a record. For some reason, Halle Berry delivers a cameo. But don’t hold it against Mars, who’s on fire here. If you’re looking for an album that is a masterclass in old school funk, yet doesn’t take itself too seriously, then 24K is your new summer jam. It delivers tracks that are sure to put you in a great mood. I mean, one of the lyrics is “hashtag blessed.” How can you not love it?

I must confess: I really can't stand John Legend. But when I heard that his new album was to be produced by Blake Mills (Alabama Shakes), I was intrigued enough to give The Legend another crack. (Meanwhile, look up Sound & Color, great album.) I was hoping Mills would lend some much-needed grit to Legend’s cleancut musical persona, and he did. Well, kind of. There are still key changes to soaring vocal crescendos and piano melodies accompanying sad minor flourishes, but there are a few rough diamonds, too. Title track ‘Darkess and Light’ brings late-night sexy to the album, while ‘What You Do To Me’ is surprisingly cool. More of that, please.


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Out & About The Iconic Swim Show, Sydney The Iconic knows how to celebrate summer, kicking off the season with a runway on Bondi Beach. A first for the iconic stretch of sand, the event showcased the retailer’s summer offering. It’s a goodie. Ready-to-wear and swim collections from the likes of Bec & Bridge, Nookie and Stella McCartney Swim were presented, while guests watched from their spot on the sand. theiconic.com.au

Ladurée Champagne and Macaron Brunch, Melbourne A little slice of Paris came to Melbourne last month, with the opening of the Ladurée Tea Room in Chadstone Shopping Centre. The French patisserie celebrated its first Melbourne tea room by welcoming guests with a brunch spread to rival any other. The event delivered a surplus of Ladurée’s globally renowned macarons, complete with champagne on arrival. And because fashion and food create the ultimate love affair, attendees dressed appropriately for the occasion, complementing the pastel-toned macarons. Parfait. chadstone.com.au

STOCKISTS AGENT PROVOCATEUR BAILEY NELSON BEAU COOPS BÉTON CIRÉ BOBBI BROWN COLETTE BY COLETTE HAYMAN CONVERSE COOPER CROFT DIOR DR. MARTENS ELIZABETH AND JAMES EPØKHE EUGÉNIE FACIALCO.COM.AU FOSSIL GINIA GO-TO SKINCARE GOODNESS

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Born to Try 2. Stop Dieting

ILLUSTRATION BY TWYLAMAE

See, the problem with New Year’s resolutions is that we go too big. You say you want to have Bella Hadid’s body by April, but before you know it, it’s the third week of March and you’re grating parmesan on everything, like the genius you are. If you want to eat healthier and stop drinking so much, then do just that. Eat more greens, eat less sugar and drink less alcohol. It’s a simple and effective way to ensure you will never have to face the ‘diet’ resolution ever again. 3. Shut up They say we gossip because it forges strong bonds with our fellow gossipers. And supposedly, there’s some clinical evidence to support the fact that it can feel better to use creative language than it feels to receive a back rub. But much like those inevitably sore back muscles, you’re bound for some subconscious knots following that bellyache session with Laura in accounts. If you’re going to harp on about how much you hate your friend’s hair, tell it to your dog. Those guys will love you no matter what. 4. Start walking. Everywhere

You know when you’re on a packed commuter train at 6pm on a Wednesday and your hip is awkwardly pressed up against a sweaty man and you just think to yourself ‘this time next year, I RESOLVE to not be in this exact situation’? But just like the sly jerk it is, time ticks along. Before you know it, it’s December again, that sweaty man is even sweatier because of global warming and it’s basically End of Days. 1. Make a Note to Cleanse your Social Media

BY A NNIE C ARROL L

So here we are, in our collective discontent, vowing to make major changes to our lives in 2017. This year, let’s avoid the annual shame-spiral that inevitably hits each June from not having managed to ‘make more money’ or ‘lose 8kg’. Let’s change tact. It might be a good idea to start with some goals that have staying power.

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If you’re a true ambassador of your generation, you’ll feel anxiety at the thought of not clocking your Instagram feed. Leaving your Snapchats unopened will make you twitchy. But this is not a lesson in using social media less. Frankly, there are enough naysayers out there who simply haven’t woken up to the fact that all those food prep videos are important. You need some meditation in your day. No, this is your resolution to unfollow, unfollow, unfollow. Leave behind those Instagram accounts that should have you feeling inspired, but invariably leave you lost in a sea of boring quotes in handwritten cursive. Your time is precious.

The return of the gym membership was inevitable, in many ways. Much like the revival of Calvin Klein or Cindy Crawford, what was cool in the ’90s is apparently, once again, very much an aspiration for young people. But the issue with the gym, as we know, is the eye-watering price of a basic membership. We so easily forget we have a gym built into our bodies! An hour every day of brisk walking has been proven to pretty much solve every health issue you’ve got. And the time on your own is also a bit of a luxury. Also, no more commuter trains – win! 5. Start a Side Hustle Another classic resolution is to ‘make more money’, as though it’s a simple case of thoughtfully deciding to become a baller. Without a plan, it’s about as effective as wishing for Aziz Ansari to be your best friend. It would be nice, but it’s not going to happen. Working 9-5 will not a baller make. You’ve got to hustle: start a brand, a blog, an Etsy account selling repurposed mason jars. You might even be smart enough to get into the stock market and if you are, let’s talk. Because if 2016 taught us anything, it’s that it’s time to do things differently. 2017. It’s going to be a doozy.


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Uncle Jack MG copper watch $149 unclejackwatches.com

Flash Jewellery Rose quartz Moonlight stacker $149 flashjewellery.co.nz

Biology Smart Skincare Pure Hydration hair duo pack $46 biologyskin.com

Hoj Apparel iPad/travel case/ clutch in leather $190 hojapparel.com.au

Jagger Sleepwear Organic cotton bamboo sleep shorts $59 jaggersleepwear.com.au

Twylamae Broad City Smile tee $45 twylamaeshop.etsy.com

Notely Navy spiral A5 notebook with 100 lined pages $19.95 notely.com.au

Nice Digs Confetti leather dog collar $32 - $40 nicedigs.com.au

BodyBlendz Coffee scrub $19.95 bodyblendz.com

Suki McMaster Leo floor cushion $100 sukimcmaster.com

Natty Designs Blue wave earring and pendant set $34.95 etsy.com/au/shop/NattyDesignsAU

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Vans Old Skool $119.95 1800 655 154

Letitia Green Sodalite Sky silk scarf $260 letitiagreen.com

Flaming Pot Crochet Christmas doughnut ornaments $17 each flamingpot.com.au

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Nana Judy NANA branded tank with high low hem design and contrast rib $39.95 nanajudy.com

evo Hairmuda triangle pack $72.90 evohair.com

Glue Store QUAY Star Dust sunglasses $65 gluestore.com.au


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