EDITION

INFO

A platform to tell stories of style and substance. Sharing a curiosity in contemporary culture and a voice in fashion, we celebrate the creative mind, the independent spirit and the people with purpose. 

CHILL is Not a Thing with Maddison Brown by Gracie Otto

CHILL is Not a Thing with Maddison Brown by Gracie Otto

Drawing on various streams of consciousness of colourful encounters past, CHILL is not a thing, starring Maddison Brown, looks at the reality of the female psyche in all its glory.

On Intimacy, by Jake Terrey

On Intimacy, by Jake Terrey

A study in form with sentiments of touch, fragments of a fuller picture and the varying perspectives of a non existent distance.

Sundance Kids by Stefania Paparelli

Sundance Kids by Stefania Paparelli

“They had nothing to say to each other. A five-year age gap between siblings is like a garden that needs constant attention. Even three months apart allows the weeds to grow up between you.” 
― Zadie Smith

The Space Between Us (I hope you swipe what you’re looking for) by Noelle Faulkner

The Space Between Us (I hope you swipe what you’re looking for) by Noelle Faulkner

If love is a blanket of darkness that, despite dilated pupils, constricts our sight into a single-track tunnel, floods our brains with stress hormones and turns us into a dizzy mess of preoccupation and restlessness; then intimacy is the light switch.

The Language of Love by Matilda Dods

The Language of Love by Matilda Dods

There is a sweet and sticky awkwardness of falling in love that never truly leaves, even after the days of high school and asking your parents’ permission to go out with your boyfriend. Like an ice cream melting down your fingers, sugary trails to be licked off hands and wrists, leaving behind a sticky residue.

Part of that World by Mark Morgan

Part of that World by Mark Morgan

Dive deep, take risks, drive fast, seek solitude, chase thrills, trust instinct and think post-leap.

Making Sense of the World: Saara Sihvonen by Jaclyn Adams

Making Sense of the World: Saara Sihvonen by Jaclyn Adams

“As for hearing, the sloth is not so much deaf as uninterested in sound.”  Yann Martel - ‘Life of Pi’.

Robbing the Kong with Sylvia Hoeks by Gracie Otto

Robbing the Kong with Sylvia Hoeks by Gracie Otto

Elon Musk has affirmed his belief in the possibility (albeit one in billions) that what we know of life is more Mario Kart than Charles Darwin, that we are but pawns in one monumental video game...

The World of Pain: Shannan Click by Pierre Toussaint and Tatiana Farley

The World of Pain: Shannan Click by Pierre Toussaint and Tatiana Farley

Pain, a basic yet emotive human instinct designed to ensure our survival can often make surviving a death sentence of its own.

Taking the windy path: Tess Haubrich by Pierre Toussaint and Noelle Faulkner

Taking the windy path: Tess Haubrich by Pierre Toussaint and Noelle Faulkner

Without spoiling too much, it would seem that for most of her career, Sydney-based actress Tess Haubrich has been typecast as the girl that, well, dies.

Limits of Control: Memo from the Deep End by Noelle Faulkner

Limits of Control: Memo from the Deep End

How do you know you’re alive? Heartbeats? Breath? Pain? Love? Fear? Moments? Evidence left on your flesh? Risk? G-force? Caffeine? Existential dread?

Still Waters Run Deep by Mark Morgan

Still Waters Run Deep by Mark Morgan

The voice of God himself, Morgan Freeman, once observed, “Learning how to.. really be still and let life happen - that stillness becomes a radiance.” 

Alive

Alive

Edition N°2 ponders the vast notion of being ALIVE.
What it means to be ALIVE seems to be just as elusive as the meaning of life itself.

In This Day and Age by Tatiana Farley

In This Day and Age by Tatiana Farley

Punk rock prodigy Patti Smith astutely observed, “Who can know the heart of youth but youth itself.”

Knowing You, Knowing Me: Sarah Ellen by Georges Antoni

Knowing You, Knowing Me: Sarah Ellen by Georges Antoni

We talk to actress, influencer and social media star Sarah Ellen on the business of obsession, staying grounded and why she comes with a filter.

Youth Allowance by Hannah Scott-Stevenson

Youth Allowance by Hannah Scott-Stevenson

In questions of art and commerce, the words of 17th century French philosopher, Joseph Joubert still ring true: “Ask the young, they know everything”.

This is Australia by Peter Van Alphen

This is Australia by Peter Van Alphen

Our remote location, often billed as Asia-Pacific or Oceania, is one not mimicked anywhere else in the world and we’ve proudly built a lifestyle around that.

Barry Otto by Gracie Otto

Barry Otto by Gracie Otto

Venture down the rabbit hole and see legendary film and theatre icon, Barry Otto, as you’ve never quite seen him before…

Influence

Influence

Edition N°1 launches with the theme, INFLUENCE. Read more about it here...

Lost in Nostalgia with Sarah Ellen by Simon Morehead

Sarah Ellen

This dream-like pastiche of nostalgia explores the very influences that shaped Sarah Ellen’s own sway with the world.

The Focus Point by Simon Morehead

The Focus Point by Simon Morehead

As much a fashion piece as a roman à clef about youth’s new mood, we showcase the resortwear of 2018 and the state-of-mind to match.

Breath Becomes Air by Bree McDonald

Breath Becomes Air by Bree McDonald

We are, as Australians, intrepid by nature. Our location fuels our wanderlust, forcing our creative industries to be bold, to be heard. Our cultural isolation lending innovation and leading to world-class equivalence.

Swaying in the Winds: Rethinking Influence by Noelle Faulkner

Swaying in the Winds: Rethinking Influence by Noelle Faulkner

Technology has changed the meaning of influence. Where it was once the verb of inspiration, the burst of wind that propels one into changing course, the strike of a match starting a fire otherwise un-tindered; influence is now a currency.