Kirstie Clements - Former Editor-in-Chief, Vogue Australia
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But most of all she celebrated Australian fashion and sensibility. Instead of imitating what was happening overseas only, she was able to give language and validity to unpretentious Australian fashion and consumers ....... Her support of local models is second to none out of any magazine anywhere in the world.
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I too love the way she embraced her own country's aesthetic, culture, artists, models, and by doing so gave the magazine such a clear and harmonious identity. I think she is extremely under-appreciated for this fact. It's a tricky thing to conquer in a way that is not cliched or predictable, but Clements commandeered and ultimately achieved it with great success. In doing so she gave Vogue Australia a coherent vision, that many of the sister Vogues sorely lack. I'll miss her vision.
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