Vogue Australia epitomises the finest in fashion, design and journalism. It enlightens, entertains and inspires by focusing on its position as the authoritative voice in Australian fashion. Vogue Australia combines a modern mix of glamour, style and intelligence presenting the ultimate in fashion, beauty, health, and the arts.
VIRTUAL WORLD • The cybersphere of Vogue never sleeps. Our digital hub means you can stay up to date and connected around the clock. Breakthroughs in style are made on the street, but new developments in fashion can also bubble up online. Find us on every platform, be it Instagram, TikTok, YouTube or Pinterest, or via a tweet. If it’s set to go viral, you will have read it in Vogue.
ASH BARTY ON FAMILY VALUES • Ahead of this year’s Australian Open, Ash Barty knows she can count on the support of her two elder sisters, Sara and Ali, who have been her greatest cheerleaders since she picked up a tennis racket. Here, she reflects upon the special bond and the shared values that continue to guide her, win or lose.
MIXED BUSINESS • A return to work is more like a rediscovering, as the parameters of what once defined our working wardrobes are reset in 2021. A work-from-where-you-need-to-be attitude will define how we dress, meaning a cross-pollination of sensibilities from at-home comfort to versatile work-to-weekend pieces and traditional tailoring. These are clothes that work smarter, and harder.
Business or leisure • It’s a return to business as unusual in the new year, so what do we wear? As the world adjusts to historical change, our jobs look different and so, too, the modern working wardrobe as it enters a brave new era.
LINE OF WORK: A WALK THROUGH MOMENTS IN HISTORY THAT SHAPED DRESSING FOR THE JOB.
Leading threads • The lines to follow this season? Pieces that herald our newfound resolve; wardrobe bedrock that designers discovered after a season with added thought and extra meditation. Here’s how spring/summer ’21 draws together.
DITTE REFFSTRUP • We ask fashion’s preeminent talents to mine their inspirations and curate their world through style. Ditte Reffstrup, one half of the husband-and-wife duo behind Scandi label Ganni, shares the eras that, and people who, feed her creatively.
A-GAME • We all need a little Miu Miu in our lives for those off-duty moments that are filled with nostalgia for the school sports uniform and well-intentioned thoughts of fashion fitness.
POLITE COMPANY • Don’t take the demure pull of the ladylike shoulder bag at face value. Far from stuffy, modern renditions, in ultra slick lines and unexpected colours, are elegance with modern dash.
Riding high • For David Lauren, the future of luxury has always been about linking the heritage of Ralph Lauren to the art of surprise. Here, as the brand’s partnership with the Australian Open debuts, the founder’s son discusses navigating uncertain times with family, ingenuity and a dream-building focus.
CIRCLE OF LIFE • With a more sustainable future in our sights, Vogue dedicates space to the latest in positive-impact, ethical and environmentally sound fashion, worthy of your investment.
KIRSTY GODSO • She may be leading workouts on Nike’s Training Club app, but New Zealand-born, LA-based trainer Kirsty Godso says mental fitness underpins physical wellbeing. She rounds up the best connect-to-disconnect digital tools for a balanced outlook.
The art of belonging • The appointment of Lorraine Tarabay as chairman of the Museum of Contemporary Art signals a welcome shift in representation in our cultural institutions. And this is just the beginning. By Jane Albert.
One step ahead • In the retelling of West Side Story arriving late 2021, Rachel Zegler will deliver a Maria for...