Todd Barry gives us insight into Catherine McNeil’s effortless style for Sunday Style magazine, schooling us in the “New Easy”.
Looking as though she was plucked from a scene of Almost Famous, Catherine dons the persona of both the delicate groupie and the untouchably cool frontman.
Photography: Todd Barry
Styling: Kelly Hume
Hair & MakeUp: Kellie Startton
Yianni Aspradakis takes Fred Scahill and Rihanna Porter back to the beatnick sixties, where The Beatles reigned supreme and liberation was spilling onto the streets.
With styling that challenges the notions of ‘masculine’ and ‘feminine’, allusions to the past deal with the modernity of fashion today.
Photography: Yianni Aspradakis
Stylist: Kylie Cooke
Makeup: Athena Pessione
Hair: Sophy Phillips
Our girl Raenee Sydney featured on Oyster’s coverage of the launch of Australia’s first Adidas Originals’ Neighborhood Concept Store.
Raenee was one of the three featured Sydney creatives on the opening night.
Photography: Alexis Aquino
Kimberley de Vocht and photographer Kay Sukumar taking to the neon lit streets to explore ‘the dark side of the toast’.
A playful juxtaposition between feminine dressing and the harsh neo-noir cityscape, brings to life the internal conversations of an urban woman.
Styling: Hunter Blue
Our girls Paulina Grochowina and Zoe Nieuwenhuis were taken down to the river by photographer Steven Popovich exclusively for Fashion Gone Rogue.
Taking inspiration from Italian Renaissance art, the girls emerge from the depths, moody and romantic , proving that sometimes art imitates life.
Our girl Mali Koopman named as one of CR Fashion Book’s ’19 New Faces at Fashion Week’
Photography: Dimitri Hyancinthe