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.
Circus Girl – Hannah Holman is a class act in white lace and feminine shapes for Vogue Australia circus inspired editorial lensed by Max Doyle. Working with fashion editor Meg Gray, Doyle creates a story of a trapeze artist who performs in style with looks from Rochas, Richard Nicoll, Dolce & Gabbana and more.
Candy Girl – Vogue Australia’s May issue goes punk for its colorful cover shoot starring Julia Nobis with multi-colored hair and high octane looks from the spring season. Styled by fashion editor Naomi Smith, Julia sports a selection of show stopping looks from labels such as Valentino, Louis Vuitton and Christian Dior in Kai Z Feng’s dynamic studio shoot.
Julia Nobis photographed by Kai Z Feng & styled by Naomi Smith for Vogue Australia May 2011
Terry Gates (De Facto Inc.) captures Aussie actress Emily Browning for the April issue of Vogue Australia. Wearing a mix of dynamic prints and elegant ensembles from labels such as Hermes, Chanel and Rocha, Emily shines in the studio photos styled by fashion editor Meg Gray.
Codie Young wears spring’s most sumptuous eastern influenced fashions for the April edition of Vogue Australia. Captured by Nicole Bentley, Codie has a taste for rich colors and luxurious materials courtesy of fashion editor Meg Gray in Orient Excess.
Following up a seventies inspired shoot, cover girl Anja Rubik takes a spin at the beach life for the April issue of Vogue Australia. In front of Max Doyle’s lens, Anja dons a mix of ready to wear and swimsuits styled by Naomi Smith. Featuring the designs of Gucci, Balenciaga, Christopher Kane and others, Anja delivers a flawless performance in Edge of Forever.
Anja Rubik is a disco queen for the April cover shoot of Vogue Australia lensed by Marcin Tyszka. Sporting the season’s major trend of seventies inspired gowns styled by Naomi Smith, Anja takes on the ultra glam dresses of Salvatore Ferragamo, Gucci, Alberta Ferretti and more with Night Fever.
Anja Rubik photographed by Marcin Tyszka & styled by Naomi Smith for Vogue Australia April 2011
The March issue of Vogue Australia has turned out to be quite the gem with its vacation themed cover story and other contributions such as Adrian Mesko’s relaxed story starring Rachel Rutt, Sarah Dumont and Georgie Wass. Styled by Ilona Hamer, the trio wears a tough wardrobe of menswear inspired looks paired with sleek dresses.