Montana Cox for Sunday Life

Our divine Montana Cox covers the latest issue of Sunday Life looking like a vision in white for their racing special ‘Saddle Up‘…
How would you describe your personal style?
Really laid-back and classic. I love men’s-style suiting,
which is very in this season. I love pants and a T-shirt,
I love jeans – they are very relaxed and boyish.
Who influences you, fashion-wise?
When I do runway shows overseas, it’s all the models;
when I go to castings, I like to get tips from what they’re
wearing, and how they’re wearing it.
Who’s your favourite style icon, past or present?
I like the classic style icons, like Audrey Hepburn –
she was very feminine but wore turtlenecks with black
trousers. I love that kind of look, where it’s sleek and
beautiful but with a masculine edge. And for these days,
I love [Ukrainian/Canadian model] Daria Werbowy.
What do you love to do when at home in Melbourne?
My house is probably the number-one place on my list
– and Mum’s dinner! I love to go to Cookie in Swanston
Street. I like the Richmond trattoria Baby, Thirty Eight
Chairs in South Yarra is another favourite. Probably my
number one is the bistro France-Soir in South Yarra.
…And shopping?
Apart from David Jones, little boutiques and op shops,
I like going around Brunswick Street, looking at all
those little stores you can’t find anywhere else.

Photographer: James Mullins
Stylist: Penny McCarthy
Hair stylist: Richard Kavanagh
MUA: Max Made

Amy Pejkovic for Sunday Life Magazine

Our Olypmic star Amy Pejkovic features in this weeks Sunday Life magazine looking beautiful as ever!
What are you training for?
The upcoming domestic track and field season. I’m hoping to make it to the World Championships in Beijing this year, then the Rio Olympics in 2016.
What diet do you follow?
I eat three healthy meals a day and I snack on fruit – although I do have cheat days. I have a massive sweet tooth. I try to drink plenty of water and stay away from fizzy drinks.
What does your training program consist of?
It varies from day to day, taking into consideration my work commitments [she was recently made the face of Country Road Active]. It can include sprints/cardio, technical jumps and
weights. I do up to nine sessions a week.
In 2012 you had a serious health scare. What happened?
When I was 19 I was diagnosed with a pilocytic astrocytoma, a brain tumour, five centimetres in diameter. I don’t like talking about it too much as it gets me all worked up. (Amy writes about having
surgery to remove the brain tumour and how it affected it her on her blog,
What is your greatest ambition?
To make it to the Olympics and win a medal. And to walk in the Victoria’s Secret show!