Abbey Lee Kershaw channels her inner disco diva for the November edition of Vogue Australia. Photographed by Nicole Bentley (Work Agency) in form fitting silhouettes from the likes of Emilio Pucci, Gucci, and Hermes styled by Naomi Smith, the Aussie beauty hits the dance floor in true 70s glamazon fashion for The Last Days of Disco.
Abbey Lee Kershaw for Vogue Australia November 2010 (TFS)
Vogue Australia brings a sense of romanticism and lightness to the new season with its October cover shoot lensed by Nicole Bentley (Work Agency). Featuring cover girl Codie Young joined by Rosemary Smith, the story places focus on lace, flowers and fringe through the work of fashion editor Meg Gray.
Codie Young for Vogue Australia October 2010
Catherine McNeil’s reign over the September issue of Vogue Australia isn’t quite over yet. And Although she is still sporting retro style, it seems that photographer Nicole Bentley (Work Agency) wanted to represented a softer more romantic side of the bygone decade with A Fine Romance. Within the story, Catherine wears an array of fifties silhouettes ranging from hoop skirts to scoop necks styled by Victoria Collison.
A year after her mesmerizing appearance with Abbey Lee Kershaw, Catherine McNeil is the cover star of the Vogue Australia’s September issue that births yet another unforgettable editorial shot by Max Doyle (The Names Agency). Going back to the 1950s, Catherine is a mix of naughty, nice and everything in between in Doyle’s Pretty Baby. Styled by Naomi Smith, the Aussie beauty dons garments from Givenchy, Christopher Kane, Louis Vuitton and more that mix retro modesty with modern allure.