‘Ahead of the Pack’

“Our July issue is probably our cutest issue to date. 
It came about when one of our favourite makeup artists, Ania Milczarczyk approached us to see if we’d like to team up with RSPCA New South Wales for an epic photoshoot. We couldn’t have been more excited.
A passionate animal lover, Ania had the idea to shoot some of her
favourite models with animals up for adoption from the RSPCA. For more
information on how you can support the work of the RSPCA visit their website or Ania’s Instagram.”
‘Ahead of the Pack’ features 8 Chic girls Samantha, Amelia, Annalise (covers the issue) Maja, Jennifer, Emily, Annabel & Bridget. We could not be happier to be apart of such a fantastic project!
Bravo Ania & RSPCA!

Photography: Cybele Malinowski
Production and make-up: Ania Milczarczyk
Styling: Liv Rahmé 
Hair: Erin Shaw 
Styling assistant: Bridgette Sala


“RAISE UR PAW” need the voices and paws of the world to be raised to
help ban the YULIN DOG MEAT EATING FESTIVAL which is going to occur on
June 21, 2015. 
 Countless Canine Lives will be sacrificed in order to
fulfill an inhumane tradition that has been permitted to occur for many
years – and it is now time this horror is finally put to an end.
     This brutal “Festival” involves what some call savouring the
“delights” of dog meat hotpot, lychees, and strong liquor — which will
increase the abduction of strays and pets and also increase the
torturous & inhumane prisons of dog meat farms – places where man’s
best friends are raised for such purposes — thousands of dogs will
suffer, be butchered, beaten to death, skinned alive and eaten…

Nikki Phillips on the RSPCA Guardian Angel Celebrity Campaign

“On Wednesday 27th October we ventured out to the Yagoona Shelter to put  my idea into action: My main reason for doing this video, is to show  people that you don’t just have to have the pressure of adopting, that  is not the only way you can help, you can foster, donate or lend a  helping hand by walking the animals. Alot of people tend to turn a blind  eye to the shelter, as it’s easy to get upset at the amount of animals  needing homes, but by making this video and showing the all the  different breads of animals and amazing job that the RSPCA does to look  after and cater for these animal, will hopefully bring awareness for  people to be involved or at least think of adopting rather then buying  from farmed pet stores and puppy mills.

With a project like this  you always need help and I was thrilled with the amazing Australian  celebrites that jumped on board to help share this message.”

All animals you see are up for adoption and can be viewed at


Grab a copy of the 2011 Peter Alexander & RSPCA Calendar and Peter will give 100% of the proceeds (excluding GST) to the RSPCA. Everyone involved in the making of this calendar, generously gave their time and expertise for free, for this very worthy cause.
So check out our hot boys with cute dogs from the RSPCA’s animal shelters, and help give back to the animal community!

Click here to purchase one now from