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Has anyone seen this magazine in real life yet? I'm so turned off by the cover I don't want to buy it

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Has anyone seen this magazine in real life yet? I'm so turned off by the cover I don't want to buy it
I'm about to go grocery shopping so I'll let you know how it looks haha

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I went to buy this today at my local shopping centre and was told it had already sold out! Must not be too bad then

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'Field Of Dreams'
Model: Rosie Tupper
Photographer: Nicole Bentley
Fashion Editor: Meg Gray


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Wow! So interesting to see Meg freelance for Vogue Oz after been fired from the fashion team!

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Black Beauty
Photographed by Benny Horne
Fashion editor: Jillian Davison
Hair by Eugene Souleiman
Makeup by Victoria Baron

from Vogue Australia issue on iPad

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That editorial is as bland as the cover. They should've just put the horse in the outfits.

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Wow! So interesting to see Meg freelance for Vogue Oz after been fired from the fashion team!
Having Meg as the stylist brought back strands of Kirstie Clement's Vogue DNA it's nice to see. I realise after these few issues that Edwina is more about championing Aussie pop culture, what with the female musician editorial spread previously, and the social scene more blatantly, what with Bianca Reinhart's editorial considering she's an heiress, and Black Caviar on the cover.

Kirstie was more much subtle I think. It was more about fashion, and journalism, and less about who's who. I loved her December cover previously with Isabel Lucas set in Africa.

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The cover is indeed awful, the editorial, on the other hand... The McQueen shot is my favorite, Julia reminds me of Kirsten Dust here (which is a good thing ).
I particularly love Julia's printwork, there's something effortless natural, fresh and cool about her. She is not expressive, true, but I think that's part of her appeal.

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The cover is indeed awful, the editorial, on the other hand... The McQueen shot is my favorite, Julia reminds me of Kirsten Dust here (which is a good thing ).
I particularly love Julia's printwork, there's something effortless natural, fresh and cool about her. She is not expressive, true, but I think that's part of her appeal.
I agree. The editorial, though understated, is quite sublime. In my opinion, they just chose the wrong image for the cover.

I just got the issue in my mailbox. I'll do a review soon! A really solid issue I must say.

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Kirstie was more much subtle I think. It was more about fashion, and journalism, and less about who's who. I loved her December cover previously with Isabel Lucas set in Africa.

Maybe because how Edwina attained the job in quite interesting circumstances, she wanted to quickly put her mark on the magazine?

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Vogue Australia December 2012 review:
248 pages

See You At Sundown
Framed by the epic sweep of the Haddon Rig sheep station, actress Elizabeth Debicki revels in the effortless attitude of a farm girl's staples.
M. Elizabeth Debicki
Ph. Will Davidson
F'Ed. Jillian Davison
Hair. Alan White
Make-up. Kellie Stratton
16 pages
(Editorial + article - shot in country NSW, its a really stunning, raw outback editorial - shows off how beautiful the Australian country really is. Elizabeth looks so model-esque, the styling by Jillian is so on point and of course, the images shows off Will at his best.)

Black Beauty
All sinuous lines and immaculate grooming, Julia Nobis sports a monochromatic line-up alongside majestic champion Black Caviar.
M. Julia Nobis/Priscilla's Model Management
Ph. Benny Horne
F'Ed. Jillian Davison
Hair. Eugence Souleiman
Make-up. Victoria Baron
8 pages
(Cover/main editorial - shot in Dandenong Ranges in a purpose built studio. Really fits the Derby Day theme.)

Field of Dreams
Herald the new season with sweet silhouettes, muted pastels and botanical prints.
M. Rosie Tupper/Viven's Model Management
Ph. Nicole Bentley
F'Ed. Meg Gray
Hair. Sophie Roberts
Make-up. Linda Jefferyes
8 pages
(A sweet earthy, hippy-farm chic editorial. Glad to see Meg's work in Vogue Oz again)

Articles:
Racing for Glory
The story of Black Caviar and her owners.

Land of the Mine
Article and shoot on Bianca Rinehart, daughter of Australia's richest woman; their wealth accumulated in mining in Western Australia. Images are quite arresting, the beautiful orange desert of the Western Australian is very intense.

A League of Her Own
Article focused on Edwina Tops-alexander, an Australian showjumper and her relationship with Gucci. Quite an interesting read.

Raf Simons at Dior by Lisa Armstrong - reprint?


A very solid issue indeed. Also quite ad laden.

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Why on earth didn`t Rosie get the cover? Her editorial is way more beautiful than Julia`s. Cringe

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^ They didn't want to upstage the horse?

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Why on earth didn`t Rosie get the cover? Her editorial is way more beautiful than Julia`s. Cringe
Well this issue comes out during the racing carnival season i.e. the Melboure Cup so obviously its more fitting.

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