Alice Cavanagh has built a career writing on global fashion—starting at Vogue Australia, before moving on to become Editor-in-Chief of Oyster magazine. Now based in Paris she works as a freelance editor and writer for the likes of Vogue, T Magazine and Porter. We caught up with Alice to find out how she made Paris her home, and what she’s learned from French women.
At age 24, with close to zero experience, Holly Garber founded her own fashion PR agency. Ten years on, her company is firmly established as a driving force in Australian—and international—fashion. We spoke to the Sydneysider about how she made it happen, and what changed when she had her baby.
As they put the finishing touches on their Spring/Summer 2016 collection, we caught up with the design duo behind the hugely successful label TOME, to talk about their 20-year long friendship and how to guarantee your brand is always evolving.
Capturing a moment from the barrel of a wave no mean feat. We caught up with Australian surf photographer Russell Ord, to find out what you have to risk to get the perfect shot.
As life-long residents of Australia’s Sunshine Coast, Taylah Golden and Jess Abraham are using their magazine, Tidal, to preserve the oceans they grew up with. Here Jess tells Sophie Hay about supporting the creative talent on her doorstep, the importance of a great business partner and how words can make an environmental impact.
Greg Armas founded Assembly New York in 2008 and since then has been blurring the lines between fashion and art in his beautifully curated stores. Here he shares how he finds the hottest designers to exhibit each season.
What’s it like to travel to a remote island alone? Julia Chaplin, designer and author of bohemian book series Gypset Style and Gypset Travel, takes us along on her getaway to Greece and makes a compelling case for going solo…
What’s it like to leave a job you love to follow your own dreams? Rita’s co-owner Missy Flynn talks to The WW Club founder Phoebe Lovatt about making hard career decisions (and why it’s important to always dress the part).
For Chloe Lonsdale, blue jeans are far more than just a pair of pants; they represent who she is and how she approaches life. Here, the MiH Jeans founder and designer explains why knowing who you are and what you stand for is the ultimate key to success.
Anna Peuckert and her boyfriend Søren Jepsen (the man behind Danish street style blog The Locals) have created a life of traveling the world in style, and we want in. Here Anna shares how to pack like an expert, and how to see the best bits of any city in just 12 hours.
Ten years ago Aussie-born Emma Ludbrook seized a fortuitous career opportunity and never looked back. We caught up with the workaholic to get her networking tips, hear about her style mantra and what she’s learned from Jared Leto.