Actor Margot Robbie covers the September issue of Vogue Australia, styled by Christine Centenera in Alexander McQueen, Balenciaga, Chanel, Christopher Kane, Givenchy, Loewe, Prada, Wardrobe NYC and more. Mario Sorrenti makes the fashion capture of Robbie, who plays Sharon Tate Polanski in Quentin Tarantino’s “Once Upon a Time . . . in Hollywood”.
Hailey Bieber is styled by Christine Centenera in her Vogue Australia October 2019 cover story, lensed by Lachlan Bailey.
Hailey Baldwin Bieber is now going by Hailey Rhode Bieber and @haileybieber on Instagram and Wiki. That’s an interesting factoid, considering that Bieber talks a lot about finding her own lane, in her Vogue Australia October 2019 cover story and interview.
Top model Adut Akech (a true supermodel in AOC’s eyes, and we NEVER use the term loosely) covers the September 2019 issue of Vogue Australia. On the cover (see last image), Adut wears a Maticevski tulle overcoat, Maticevski gown, Maticevski earring, Maticevski x Heart of Bone Couture Pistol Ring, styled by Jillian Davidson. Other brands featured in the shoot include Alexander McQueen, Miu Miu, Maticevski, Valentino, Vetements and more.
One can’t deny the comments of Vogue Australia’s editor-in-chief Edwina McCann that the gowns are “whimsical” and a high-fashion “fairytale”. And it’s easy to portray Adut Akech’s rise from refugee status to model stardom as yet another “fairytale”.
AOC is the last fashion website to talk pure pc, as it’s maddening to see the slight offences that can get one in terrible trouble these days. But talking of fairytale lives for the breakout girl of color is not what the worlds’ women need — not black-skin women, brown-skin women, yellow or red skin or white-skin women.
Model Jordan Daniels is styled by Philippa Moroney in ‘Feel the Change’, lensed by Bec Parsons for Vogue Australia June 2019./ Hair by MIchele McQuillan; makeup by Victoria Baron
Kendall Jenner covers the June 2019 issue of Vogue Australia. If you read eyeball-shopping, online headlines that Jenner is about to get engaged, that’s NOT what she says in her interview. Lensed by Charles Dennington, the supermodel wears a a Saint Laurent mini dress with Tiffany & Co. jewelry on the cover.
Inside the magazine, Kendall is styled by Jillian Davison in fashion froth from Prada, Valentino, Tomo Koizumi and more.
Femme powerhouse Rihanna is styled by Christine Centenara in ‘Real World Rihanna’, lensed by Josh Olins for Vogue Australia May 2019./ Hair by Yusef & Abdrea Naphia White; makeup by Pricilla Ono
The issue features an article already released online, written by former Australian prime minister Julia Gillard, who is now honorary chairwoman for the Global Partnership for Education. Gillard met Rihanna in September 2016 with hopes of persuading her to become an ambassador for the organization that currently supports school education in 67 developing countries.