I'm sick of paying AUD18 for a copy of US Vogue from Borders, which is about a week late anyway, so around Christmas I got myself a subscription trial, which I was skeptical about. I've read stories about late delivery and issues not arriving at all, but today I got my first issue..
Tina Fey, certainly an interesting choice for a Power Fashion issue.
And let me tell you how blown away I am by the Fendi SS 2010 campaign shot by Karl that graces the first 6 pages. Wow
There's also a great feature on the influence of fashion bloggers as well as models off the catwalk.
image via bryanboy.com (the array of shoes at the fashion blogger shoot)
I won't have a chance to read this one for a few weeks as I am going on a quick o/seas trip and have a few other things to read/do first... but I'll be sure to post some more editorials and opinions on articles.
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I've wanted to go to Portsea Polo ever since I've moved here, but always end up in Brisbane at that time.
That's me frolicking in the ocean, my ABSOLUTE favourite thing to do in the whole wide world.
And that's me playing on the pier once the weather turned nasty.
Wearing - Chloe linen dress that I got for a bargain on The Outnet.
On the way home, we stopped in for the world's best vanilla slice at Just Fine Foods in Sorrento.
If you're ever in the area, don't miss this treat. I am very critical of vanilla slices, they are often too sweet with too much butter, but this one is perfect. I would drive 2 hours to Sorrento every day for a slice of this perfection.
Many people have a secret fashion dream. They might want to be the number one collector of vintage ties, or to own the Givenchy dress that Audrey Hepburn wore in Breakfast at Tiffany's, or maybe to single-handedly bring back the skort. That is, skirts with in-built shorts. I had one, so practical. However, any serious fashionista, the ones who comb through Paris Vogue and put together outfit storyboards, who make "investment" purchases, work in "the industry" or dream about it, have fashion blogs and cite Kate Moss or Alexa Chung as their "style icon", generally have one common, focused dream. It is one that truly validates their personal aesthetics, and might just transform them into a style icon themselves. It is, of course, to be snapped on the street by fashion blogger Scott Schuman, aka the Sartorialist.