Tallulah Morton rocks for the Oyster revival

It is, without a doubt, an uncertain time for print magazines. But in the face of rumoured death, Australia’s Oyster Magazine seems to have risen up with a new found fervour, keen to prove that the publication is alive, kicking, and willing to embrace the digital world. And who better to personify their ‘nothing can keep us down’ attitude than Aussie wild child model Tallulah Morton.

Tallulah’s shoot for Oyster is suitably and eclectically styled by Imogene Barron. One idea worth stealing is this ‘customised bustier’ by Romance Was Born, which to me pretty much looks like a plunge bra with brooches pinned along the top… and frankly works pretty darn well. One to try at home.

Tallulah Morton for Oyster Magazine

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Tallulah Morton for Oyster Magazine issue #85
Tallulah Morton for Oyster Magazine issue #85
Tallulah Morton for Oyster Magazine issue #85
Tallulah Morton for Oyster Magazine issue #85
Tallulah Morton for Oyster Magazine issue #85
Tallulah Morton for Oyster Magazine issue #85
Tallulah Morton for Oyster Magazine issue #85
Tallulah Morton for Oyster Magazine issue #85
Tallulah Morton for Oyster Magazine issue #85

Cheekily declaring ‘Print Is Dead’ as their cover tagline, Oyster Mag‘s 85th issue is out today.

You can view more of Tallulah’s shoot by clicking on the gallery below.

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