Wash & Wear – Taking a trip to the Maldives, the December issue of Harper’s Bazar Australia focuses on swimwear and sequined looks in these sun-drenched images lensed by Simon Lekias. Model Annabella Barber is ultra-glam in shimmering pieces from labels such as Dior, We Are Handsome and Sass & Bide selected by fashion director Thelma McQuillan. / Makeup by Charlotte Blankeny, Hair by Michele McQuillan
American Gothic – Shot for the September issue of Harper’s Bazaar Australia, model Caroline Brasch Nielsen taps into her inner goth for Benny Horne’s romantic images. Stylist Christine Centenera selects a dark wardrobe featuring the designs of Versace, Chanel, Dior and Ann Demeulemeester amongst others. On beauty are hair stylist Jordan M and makeup artist Christian McCulloch with ultra-sleek looks.
Age of Aquarius – Marique Schimmel plays the role of sea siren for Benny Horne’s (Community NYC) sultry story featured in the March edition of Harper’s Bazaar Australia. Swathed in a wardrobe of glittering and sheer looks from the likes of Giorgio Armani, Ralph Lauren and Christopher Kane styled by Katie Mossman; Marique wows with wet hair and sun-kissed makeup. / Hair by Leonardo Manetti, Makeup by Chiho Omae
Shore Thing – Rianne ten Haken taps into her maternal side for the January edition of Harper’s Bazaar Australia. Captured by John Balsom, Rianne sports a wardrobe of classic looks with a twist from the likes of Prada, Jil Sander, Gucci and Ralph Lauren styled by Stevie Dance. Barely there makeup by Chiho Omae and tousled locks by Andre Gunn bring a refreshing touch to the beach-side images.
Rush Hour – Bette Franke hits the streets in dark, urban ensembles for Benny Horne’s latest work in Harper’s Bazaar Australia January. Styled by Jillian Davison, Bette stands out from the crowd in sleek looks from the likes of Donna Karan, Balenciaga, Giorgio Armani and Louis Vuitton. / Hair by Gavin Harwin, Makeup by Chiho Omae
Dancing Fever – Paying homage to German dance legend Pina Bausch, Will Davidson teams up with fashion editor Jillian Davison for the August edtion of Harper’s Bazaar Australia. Starring Sydney Dance Company’s Juliette Barton and Richard Chilli, the designs of Gucci, T by Alexander Wang and Givenchy serve as the perfect complement to the duo’s elegant movements.
Shape Up – Evoking the essence of Jean Shrimpton, Jemma Baines dons mod inspired ensembles for Luke Irons (Work) colorful portraits in Harper’s Bazaar Australia’s September issue. Styled by Jillian Davison in structured coats and dresses from the likes of Burberry Prorsum, Prada, Bally, Jil Sander and Stella McCartney; Jemma shows off the autumn looks with flair. / Hair by Alan White, Makeup by Linda Jefferyes