Emilia & Melissa by Nicole Bentley for Vogue Australia July 2011

Twin Peaks – The July issue of Vogue Australia goes retro with Nicole Bentley’s cinematic story starring Emilia Scuza and Melissa Johannsen. Outfitted by fashion editor Meg Gray, the sophisticated duo sports fall ensembles from labels such as Stella McCartney, Prada and Bally. With flawless hair and makeup by Daren Borthwick and Linda Jefferyes, the girls make everything from reading to card playing a captivating event.










27 Responses to “Emilia & Melissa by Nicole Bentley for Vogue Australia July 2011”

  1. Anonymous Reply

    Love seeing the fall collections and the hair and makeup is great. 

  2. Anonymous Reply

    Love seeing the fall collections and the hair and makeup is great. 

  3. Anonymous Reply

    Love seeing the fall collections and the hair and makeup is great. 

  4. Gorgeous.  Liking the styling,locations, hair and use of light.

  5. Gorgeous.  Liking the styling,locations, hair and use of light.

  6. Aymeline Reply

    styling is awful. can’t say the photography or models are much better….

  7. EditaLover Reply

    The only shot I like is the scrabble one, I do have a soft spot for the 60’s esque soft curls and eyeliner flicks though.

  8. EditaLover Reply

    The only shot I like is the scrabble one, I do have a soft spot for the 60’s esque soft curls and eyeliner flicks though.

  9. The Scrabble board is a nice touch. I love that is has ‘PURFUME’ on it; I guess with all the dressing up they do, these girls don’t have time to learn how to spell…

    • Saintchanel Reply

      I guess if I looked that good in a body-suit I wouldn’t need to know that the first word is always placed on the central star square… (double points!)

    • Saintchanel Reply

      I guess if I looked that good in a body-suit I wouldn’t need to know that the first word is always placed on the central star square… (double points!)

    • Saintchanel Reply

      I guess if I looked that good in a body-suit I wouldn’t need to know that the first word is always placed on the central star square… (double points!)

  10. anonymous Reply

    very ‘north by northwest’ – but not directly ripped off.  pretty good.  i would love to own one of those wigs.

  11. anonymous Reply

    very ‘north by northwest’ – but not directly ripped off.  pretty good.  i would love to own one of those wigs.

  12. anonymous Reply

    very ‘north by northwest’ – but not directly ripped off.  pretty good.  i would love to own one of those wigs.

  13. anonymous Reply

    now, now.  everyone has a right to their own opinion without being called names.  i disagree with aymeline’s opinion, but i wouldn’t call him/her an idiot.

  14. Becky S. Reply

    I feel like this could be so great, I like the styling but I feel like the shots are kind of contrived. I do really enjoy the 2nd one though.

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