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Winter's here, and that can
only mean one thing: layers.
Jackets over tops over frocks,
it's time to pile on the style.
Lucky 13 Groupie jacket, $189,
Atlas Divine; Malene Birger black
drape top, $440, and Damselfly
Mermaid ring, $89, Department;
Zoe Mouznelda earrings, $160,
Billie and Rose; La Daulthine Le
Tuileres neckpiece, $599, More!.
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implore, arms outstretched, eyes wide and expectant.
Well, the shoot on page 152 is a good place to
start. The wonderful Deborah Dunsford, left,
(seriously, write it down, she s going to be massive
in the blink of an eye) is in an array of killer looks
-- each layered in contrasting materials and capped
off with more jewellery than you can shake a per-
fectly manicured finger at. She s stalking down the
streets of Perth escorted by the devastatingly hand-
some Ryan (accessorising is important) in outfits
that are too fun to keep locked inside.
Speaking of which, you may have noticed the
rise of leopard print lately, and for the next little
while there s going to be more cat action on shelves
than in an Andrew Lloyd-Webber show (boom
boom). The leopard community has sent me to
inform you that it s all going to be fine. Beginners
should stick to accessories, and one cat per look;
the more advanced can actually use leopard as a
sort of neutral base. Most importantly, pick your
print wisely -- there are a lot of feral cats in the
jungle. ~ Rachael Ciccarelli.
Oh, winter. I love it when
Perth s approximation of
you breezes into town:
not too cold to be forced
into hibernation with only
repeats of Everyone Loves
Raymond for company; not too hot to have to strip
down to breezy cotton outfits I don t have the body
for, forever wiping sweat from my elbow creases.
No -- instead, it s the most exciting time of all:
the layer season. As a firm subscriber to the "more
is more" philosophy (as long as you know what
you re doing), the ability to take a little frock, add
stockings, a top underneath, a jacket, a scarf, and
the usual motley pile of gems (plus the tantalising
possibility of a beret and gloves), leaves me toasty
warm and exhilarated.
And I m sure that s not just my inner crazy
old cat lady talking; there s so much scope for
creating your own outstanding look when you ve
got more to play with. "But how, and with what
items readily available in Perth boutiques?" you
IN THIS ISSUE: HEALTH AND BEAUTY
108 NIGHT IN, NIGHT OUT 112 HOT WHEELS
114 DANCING 118 STYLE NEWS 122
KRISTY LAWRENCE AT FLANNEL 126
CALENDAR GIRLS 132 STREET STYLE 152
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