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Some people's wardrobes are about a small selection of pieces that all fit within one aesthetic - Tania Braukamper isn't such a person. With a wardrobe that spans three different rooms, her approach to fashion is a mixture of current-season key pieces mixed with vintage finds she's sourced on innumerous shopping trips around the world's more cultured capitals. Despite a disparate approach to shopping, Tania is adamant that the key to mixing vintage with new season is to stick to key looks and colours that work for oneself. And it's a theory that she works into her writing for, where she serves as the publication's Editor.

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HLZBLZ channels bad-girl chic

Bringing their bad-girl aesthetic together with the 90s fashion revival trend is this collection from HLZBLZ. If you ever saw 1993 cult film Mi Vida Loca, you’d get the references instantly (like “Sad Girl”). Even if you never saw it, there’s still plenty to love – from the bold black and white streetwear aesthetic to the styling.

Le Specs x Self-Portrait: a collaborative powerhouse

Sunglasses brand Le Specs and dreamy designer label Self-Portrait have collaborated on a special collection – and it’s one worth seeing. Merging the feminine aesthetic of Self-Portrait designer Han Chong with the chic day-to-day wearability of Le Specs, this five-piece collection was inspired by vintage photography and film stills. Visit /

Guys, here’s one way to mix sporty & smart

Delivered in the pages of Vogue Man Netherlands, this shot of Austrian model Julian Schneyder is perfect for a dose of styling inspiration. Mixing men’s sporty-luxe (in this case track pants, a grey Ralph Lauren sweater) and smart (a white button-down, tailored sportscoat) the styling by Jos van Heel is on point. Experiment with layering casual elements with tailored ones – and to make the…

Spell’s Festival 2016 lookbook is bohemian bliss

Spell’s latest lookbook kicks off with muddy Hunter wellies and a long-sleeved mini dress made of burnished silver sequins – and immediately we’re in festival territory. The Kate Moss-esque look is followed up with crochet grandma squares forming a sexy crop top, vintage printed tees, and off-shoulder boho floral dresses. If you can’t find several outfits you’d want to head to Glastonbury in right here,…

Jewellery meets pearl-studded makeup: Luv AJ

We never tire of seeing gorgeous new lookbooks from our favourite jewellery labels – Luv AJ amoung them (there’s a reason they landed in our list of jewellery brands to know). Titled “In Full Bloom” the latest images feature lashings of pretty necklaces and rings, gorgeously photographed by Robby Mueller and made even more pretty thanks to the pearl-studded eyes by makeup artist Katie Danza.

Lara Stone covers Vogue Australia’s special issue

Wearing a cutaway white gown and a slightly awkward facial expression, Dutch model Lara Stone lands the cover of the latest Vogue Australia (alongside David Genat, Jordan, Zac and Louis Stenmark.). The issue was touted as something of a celebration of Australia, guest-edited by Mario Testino and featuring various shoots throughout Sydney with renowned Australian models like Gemma Ward, Catherine McNeil, and Jessica Hart. Some…

Emily Ratajkowski is topless & amazing for Jacquie Aiche

Get Jacquie Aiche onto the list of jewellery labels you need to know about, stat. Not that she hasn’t succeeded in drawing plenty of attention to her brand, last time with this stunning Behati Prinsloo campaign and now by landing bombshell brunette Emily Ratajkowski. Aiche’s spring 2016 imagery – shot by Naj Jamai and styled by Chloe and Marielou Bartoli – makes the most of…

Swimwear you’ll wish for: Beach Riot x Stone Cold Fox

Match-made-in-heaven pairing Stone Cold Fox and Beach Riot bring their latest swimwear collection for the spring / summer 2016 season. Retro palm prints, classic triangle bikinis in muted colours, and lace-up front one-pieces star alongside pieces with unique details like scalloped edges and textured fabrics. With plenty of on-trend options for the season, you can see more after the break.