The Divine Miss M – Miranda Kerr looks perfectly ladylike in the April cover story of Vogue Australia. Lensed by Miguel Reveriego with styling by Natasha Royt, the Victoria’s Secret beauty works it in the spring collections of Prada, Gucci and Saint Laurent amongst others. For beauty, Miranda sports lush waves and a red pout courtesy of hair stylist Peter Gray and makeup artist Ozzy Salvatierra.
On With the Show – Liu Wen heads into town with a traveling circus for the March 2013 edition of Vogue Australia. Photographed by Will Davidson with styling by Stevie Dance, the Chinese beauty shows off ladylike designs from labels such as Tommy Hilfiger, Chanel, Alberta Ferretti and Emporio Armani in the sun-drenched images. / Hair by Chi Wong, Makeup by Fara Homidi
Miami Heat – Decked out in a wardrobe of sizzling black and white looks, Cameron Russell poses for Benny Horne in Florida for the February edition of Vogue Australia. Stylist Morgan Pilcher selects body-conscious pieces from labels such as Chanel, Mulberry, Giorgio Armani and Calvin Klein in the outdoor images. / Hair by Shin Arima, Makeup by Tyron Machhausen
Pretty in Black – Julia Nobis graces the December cover of Vogue Australia alongside racehorse Black Caviar. Julia poses for Benny Horne’s lens in a black gown from Alexander McQueen.
Cool Cat – Catherine McNeil stars in the November cover story of Vogue Australia, wearing white-hot swimwear in waterside images shot by Benny Horne. Stylist Christine Centenera dresses the Aussie beauty in ivory looks showcasing designs from the likes of Celine, Narciso Rodriguez, Calvin Klein and Chloe. Windswept hair by Shin Arima and flawless makeup by Christian McCulloch complete Catherine’s cool ensembles.
Ciao Bella – Clad in romantic dresses from the autumn collections, actress Bella Heathcote takes to the countryside for the September cover shoot of Vogue Australia lensed by Will Davidson. Stylist Stevie Dance selects standout pieces from the likes of Balmain, Christian Dior, Chanel and Burberry Prorsum for the brunette to wear during her rustic outing surrounded by farmhands. / Makeup by Kara Yoshimoto Bua, Hair by Tuan Anh Tran, Manicure by Jenna Hipp
View From the Top – Benny Horne lenses this fall fashion editorial for the September issue of Vogue Australia featuring American beauty Jacquelyn Jablonski. Fashion editor Christine Centenera focuses on unique designs from a variety of collections including selects from the likes of Louis Vuitton, Christian Dior, Prada, Chanel, Miu Miu, Lanvin, Diane von Furstenberg, Salvatore Ferragamo, Balmain and Burberry Prorsum. / Hair by Shin Arima, Make-up by Christian McCulloch
Brave New Look – The August issue of Vogue Australia taps Nicole Bentley (Work Agency) to capture the fall collections with a twenty-plus page story starring models Caitlin Lomax, Montana Cox, Lydia Willemina Collins, Victoria Anderson, Gabby Westbrook-Patrick and Alicia Kuczman. Wearing bold pieces selected by fashion editor Ilona Hamer, the girls take on different styles from the likes of Chanel, Gucci, Bottega Veneta and Yves Saint Laurent. Makeup by Justine Purdue and Sarah Tammer with hair by Barney Martin, Michelle McQuillan and Sophie Roberts completes the thoroughly modern ensembles.
Girl on Film – Abbey Lee Kershaw is a homegrown beauty as she graces the August cover of Vogue Australia. Photographed by Nicole Bentley (Work Agency) with styling by Naomi Smith, Abbey models the fall collections from labels such as Gucci, Prada and Louis Vuitton with a pink tinted hairdo. On beauty are hair stylist Michelle McQuillan and makeup artist Justine Purdue. / Art direction by Paul Meany
Look Sharp – Model Montana Cox looks sharp and sophisticated lensed by Max Doyle for Vogue Australia’s July issue. Fashion editor Ilona Hamer creates looks that emphasize shape and edgy detailing with selects from the pre-fall collections of Chanel, Céline, Louis Vuitton, Christian Dior, Gucci, Junya Watanabe, Givenchy by Ricardo Tisci and Calvin Klein Collection amongst others. Montana commands attention with sleek hair styled by Barney Martin and barely there make-up by Justine Purdue. / Art Direction – Paul Meany