abbey lee kershaw


9 most entertaining models you need to follow on Instagram

No longer playing the roles of inapproachable divas and leaving some of the glamour usually associated with the fashion industry aside, our favorite models seem eager to prove that their personalities are about as gorgeous as their looks. And they couldn’t have chosen a better place to fill with all their wicked sense of humor than the wondrous world of Instagram. Cool chicks to plain…

Abbey Lee is a fantasy bride for Ellen Von Unwerth film

Have you seen the explosive, assaultive feat of Ozploitation that is Mad Max: Fury Road yet? It may be the film everyone’s talking about right now, but with Australian model Abbey Lee Kershaw just one of the many reasons to see it, we’d be amiss not to draw your attention to another of her recent film ventures. This one is just a short venture in…

Sporty, the Abbey Lee Kershaw way

Blending grunge with sporty-chic, the Abbey Lee Kershaw way. We don’t see so much of her these days, but Australian model Abbey Lee is still rocking her distinct style: in New York it was an Adidas sports bra with black pants, boots, and a crucifix necklace.

Erika Labanauskaite after Just Cavalli

While I hazard to use the phrase “the next anyone” it’s awfully tempting to draw comparisons between Lithuanian beauty Erika Labanauskaite and one-time-model-come-actress Abbey Lee Kershaw. With sharply side parted hair and a chunky knit scarf, she gave an intense stare for this street style portrait after the Just Cavalli show.

Lindsey Wixson is Wicca and voodoo

When jewellery turned all mystic and hippie-inspired, it was ManiaMania at the fore of the trend: committed to the aesthetic like no other brand, it’s in their DNA. At once it was the raw, bohemian sensuality of Abbey Lee Kershaw fronting their campaigns, then Dree Hemingway. With a new season comes a new muse, one you might not typically associate with the brand: good girl…
ManiaMania A/W '14 campaign
ManiaMania A/W '14 campaign
ManiaMania A/W '14 campaign
ManiaMania A/W '14 campaign

Abbey Lee Kershaw’s pink hair

Abbey Lee Kershaw has largely been absent from modelling, having been off working on the fourth instalment of the Mad Max movie franchise. This photo is a preview of her now pink hair, apparently died for the film.