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InStyle Australia Magazine November 2019

InStyle is Australia’s most comprehensive style authority. InStyle offers expert style advice across all aspects of life - from fashion to beauty and interiors to entertaining giving you the confidence to buy straight off the page. This monthly must-read focuses on high-quality content and accessible information, making InStyle a trusted one-stop source of inspiration and ideas. Initially launched in the United States. It is now a global brand with 16 editions worldwide.

Country:
Australia
Language:
English
Publisher:
Are Media Pty Limited
Frequency:
Back issues only
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in this issue

2 min
welcome

This month we’re proud to bring you an impressive crop of young Australian talent. They’re not only united by their work ethic and ambition, but more importantly they’ve stayed true to their own style of operating in the process. It’s an inspiring lesson for us all. Leading the charge is cover star Jessica Mauboy who, on the eve of her first album release in seven years, shares her fascinating journey from almost calling it quits to falling back in love with her craft (p70). She’s joined by the rising stars of The Australian Ballet (p88), activist and model Robyn Lawley (p103), the fresh new face of Australian modelling, Sarsha Chisholm (p52), under-the-radar actor Alexander England (p84), and young actor on the rise Olivia DeJonge (p78). This issue also heralds the start of…

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1 min
news

LET’S GET SHIRTY We never thought we’d say it, but a plethora of boxy, brightly printed shirts has us itching to channel “dad on holiday” style this season. Keeping the vibe in check is advised, so tuck yours into a feminine skirt or wear it loose over tailored pants, and then swing a structured bag for good measure. LBD LOVE French creative Julia Restoin Roitfeld’s (right) capsule for Iris & Ink kicks off party season with five flirty cocktail dresses and one very chic jumpsuit. Cast entirely in black, the range is anything but basic, spotlighting luxe texture from velvet to silk instead. HIP TO BE SQUARE Put your best foot forward in a pair of trending square-toe sandals. TOP TOME Read up on iconic London arts school Central Saint Martins, including the mass of fashion talent…

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1 min
stepping up

1 SALT GYPSY Designed for women, by women, Salt Gypsy has recalibrated the volume, thickness and width of traditional surfboards to ensure their bright designs are perfectly suited to the female form. 2 NAGNATA You’ll want to wear Nagnata’s super cool pieces outside the gym, especially now that the local label has teamed with The Woolmark Company to develop an elastic fibre wrapped in wool, meaning no synthetics will ever touch your skin. 3 K-WAY The iconic French label has just launched in Oz and is best known for its lightweight weather-proof jacket that can be packed down into its front pocket. 4 VEJA After making a splash with street-smart kicks, eco-friendly Veja presents its first foray into the running shoe. As sustainably minded as ever, these sporty sneakers are made from materials…

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1 min
small change

1 THE HANDBAG “This ruby-red bag is the dose of colour my wardrobe needs—even better that it comes in the form of a charming mini-briefcase.” — BETTINA TYRRELL, BEAUTY EDITOR 2 THE SHOES “A demure kitten heel balances this bold chequerboard print. The result: my new go-to shoe for work and play.” — ALEX NOONAN, ACTING EDITOR AND CONTENT DIRECTOR 3 THE SKIRT “This season I’m embracing fuller skirts. I’ll let this floral number be the focal point of my outfit by teaming it with a simple white tee and strappy heels in the same shade of pink.” — LUCY WOOD, JUNIOR FASHION EDITOR 4 THE CUFF “I love that you can split this opal and red jasper cuff into two pieces—one for each wrist.” — RACHEL SHARP, FEATURES DIRECTOR 5 THE SHIRT “A versatile new addition to my…

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2 min
the get

LOVE LETTER Prada is the maestro of messaging, and the romance of a rose juxtaposed against a utilitarian white shirt speaks volumes about the multifaceted woman who wears it. MAX OUT Over minimalism? These delightful Roger Vivier mules offer an antidote to understated style by epitomising the brand’s opulent aesthetic. YOUNG AT HEART This spirited spritz is sugar and spice and all things nice. Pink peppercorn mingles with sweet rose and intoxicating patchouli for a playful fragrance that says “let’s dance” with one spray. PRECIOUS TIME Don’t be surprised if the latest addition to Bulgari’s Serpenti watch family outshines your jewellery. Diamonds dress the entire timepiece, including its supple, scale-like bracelet. FROM HEAD TO TOE Featuring ankle straps inspired by scrunchies, Altuzarra’s elegant pointed-toe pumps offer a tasteful throwback to the ’80s. GO FOR GOLD For her debut outing, Chanel’s new…

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2 min
the look

ADUT AKECH IN VALENTINO Amid a week of global climate strikes, the South Sudanese-Australian model cemented her solidarity to the cause as a host of the Green Carpet Fashion Awards. The Milanese event celebrates fashion houses committed to sustainability in their practice, and Akech’s custom Valentino gown—made with organic-certified silk—is proof that a conscious approach to creation can still result in the very best sartorial delights. Looking like a vision in the ice-blue off-the-shoulder design, the model with a voice for change is unsurprisingly experiencing a meteoric rise to the top of the fashion game. FASHION FLASHBACK After hitting its sartorial stride in the ’80s, and again in the early 2000s, the bubble hem is back for round three. Settling comfortably into the latest rotation of red-carpet looks, the volume-filled trend sure knows…

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