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The Edit
Resort and beachwear brand Boteh, named after the Persian word for paisley, unveils a colourful and covetable new collection for high summer. Hand-loomed in a Marrakech atelier, Lucy Folk’s new line of unisex fashion hints at bowling and boxing attir
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Career
After hospitality’s hardest year, a group of women from rural NSW are banding together to save the industry – and each other. This month we travel to the Southern Highlands to meet the members of The What If Society, who are inspiring, educating and
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My Beauty Rules Adria Arjona
I LIKE TO BE ALONE IN THE MORNING, and even if I’m working, I’ll take an hour to myself. I brush my teeth, then run to the kitchen to start brewing my coffee as I make my celery juice. I’ll meditate or I’ll do some Morning Pages. And then after an ho
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IT’S (still) TIME
AUSTRALIA SPECIAL Singer Jessica Mauboy can still remember the anticipation and emotion in the air on the day of marie claire’s February 2020 cover shoot. “Sharing the conversation on Indigenous rights with these two smart, fun and gorgeous women was
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Paddock To Purpose
It started with a conversation about compost. Last year, chefs and close friends Eilish Maloney and Kathryn Macfie – who met in 2011 working at Onesta Cucina restaurant in Bowral – were lamenting the amount of food waste produced by commercial kitche
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Wellness
As we ordain 2021 the year of self-kindness, our annual wellness special is going a little more softcore. In that spirit, we bring you chef Analiese Gregory (below right), who takes us into the wild on page 152. “I’m a chef because of my anxiety,” sa
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Sexual Liberation
As a teenager in the latenineties, no-one spoke to me about masturbation. Sex education at school was putting a condom on a banana. I lost my virginity to a guy called Fernando. I met him in Brazil on holiday with my dad and brother when I was 14. Fe
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How to COPE WITH WORKPLACE STRESS
Now, I bet you thought I would ask you to quit coffee, didn’t you? On the contrary, coffee can be very beneficial for your health and brain. Coffee contains polyphenols (antioxidants) and can help preserve brain power, enhance brain and physical perf
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Reset Retreats
It’s a situation as old as affordable air travel: You’re on the final leg home, elated and exhausted, feeling like you’re going to need a holiday to recover from your holiday. Adventures have been had. Fuzzy memories made. And if it all feels like a
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I Was Best Friends With Ivanka Trump
Ivanka Trump was my best friend growing up. We first met when I joined her seventhgrade class at Chapin, an all-girls school on Manhattan’s Upper East Side that had a reputation for attracting a blue blood, feminine, but ambitious cohort of young gir
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FROM THE wild
1.5kg lamb ribs50g saltolive oil, as needed for cooking the ribs, plus 2 tbsp for the breadcrumbs15g fennel seeds15g cumin seeds120g panko breadcrumbs100ml date syrup 1 Sprinkle ribs all over with salt. Arrange them on a tray and refrigerate for 8 ho
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What It Means To BE HUMAN
“We met while he was renovating a house for me and my ex-husband. My ex-husband wasn’t interested in helping. He kept saying: ‘Go with Howard to pick out the windows.’ And: ‘Go with Howard to pick out the doors.’ Well, Howard and I were getting along
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Fashion
Come on a sartorial summer holiday, from Lara Worthington’s cover shoot in the Californian wilderness to an intrepid local adventure accompanied by bright and beautiful fashion. Plus, our editors reveal the pieces they’re buying and loving now ■
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Do You Need A Gut Coach?
The gut has spent most of human evolution being majorly misunderstood. It’s not just down there lazily sampling our last meal as we once thought. It’s considered the body’s largest sensory organ, with an incredible number of nerves, as well as trilli
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Dior & Us
Maria Grazia Chiuri may be small, but her presence is large. She arrives at our shoot with her platinum blonde hair slicked back in a low ponytail and her face bare. She wears blue jeans, a white shirt, sandals and a statement skull ring – nonchalant
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Love. Life. Lara.
If you got in a car and drove four hours north of Los Angeles, as Lara Worthington and photographer Darren McDonald did a few months ago, you might find yourself standing at the foot of one of the world’s biggest trees. Giant sequoias are ancient and
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20 Ways To Feel Good In 2021
Ensuring you have a clean bill of health down there makes for healthier, happier years ahead. If you’re not across it, the Cervical Screening Test (CST) has replaced the pap smear. At your next appointment, your doctor will test you for the HPV infec
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App-ily EVER AFTER
The year was 2016. Some smartypants had just coined the word Brexit, everyone was buzzing about Stranger Things and America was about to vote in a reality-TV star as president. It was also the year my life changed forever. Not in a hyperbolic way – i
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101 Ideas
PHOTOGRAPHY BY OLIVER BEGG. STYLED BY MONICA RUSSELL. HAIR BY KYYE/WORK. MAKEUP BY TENEILLE SORGIOVANNI/LION ARTIST MANAGEMENT. MODEL: SHENISE/KULT. WORDS BY KATHRYN MADDEN. ■
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SOCIAL Butterflies
Hand’s up if the festive season was a rude shock. It’s been a long time since we’ve had to think about hanging out with others, but then restrictions eased and borders opened, and not only did we have to get dressed and smell nice, we also had to rem
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Do You Tick All The Boxes?
• Identify strengths and growth areas. Where you both “agree” or “strongly agree” is a strength area. We often take these for granted, yet acknowledging our strengths as a couple has been proven to increase relationship satisfaction. • Agree on key r
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Editor’s CHOICE
“I’ve recently fallen in love with suits – they’re so easy to wear and I like the masculine silhouette. There are many great options around, but this Bottega Veneta one [above right] is a dream. It’s the perfect transseasonal colour and will look gre
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Coco CHANEL
Inside the atelier on rue Cambon in Paris, every seat was taken. It was February 5, 1954, and Coco Chanel was staging her comeback fashion show. All 200 guests turned up, on time, causing a seating scramble – there were critics crammed in corners and
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Freezing Time
The low point was the night that the needle wouldn’t go into my stomach. It was a Sunday and I’d been injecting myself with hormones for a week. There was a theatre to the procedure that I’d almost come to enjoy. It stung, but not for long, and the s
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Beauty
At the height of summer, with barely touched skin and lazily swiped-on mascara, the right lip gloss really comes into its own. One application can lift your complexion, add a hit of rosy-nude shimmer, and elevate your whole look with minimal effort.
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The Women Who Made Me Gemma Arterton
I’d just got off the plane from New Zealand and was super jet-lagged when I met director and playwright Jess Swale in 2015. Walking into the first day of rehearsal for her play Nell Gwynn, I was so intimidated and nervous to meet her because she’s so
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Egg Freezing In Australia
Each cycle of treatment can cost upwards of $7000 Australia’s assisted reproductive treatment industry generates approximately $550m a year Egg freezing is not usually covered by Medicare or private health funds* A study of 100 Australian women found
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Beauty Mood
Lids were blanketed in black at Chanel, where global creative makeup and colour designer Lucia Pica buffed shadow at the edges to soften the look and kept under-eyes super clean for a modern spin on classic smoke. Pair with pearl jewellery for the ul
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Scroll For Conspiracy
Before her Instagram account was wiped, Rebecca Pfeiffer had 125,000 followers. Like most influencers, her grid was an aspirational window into her world as a successful American lifestyle blogger. Then, there it was, nestled earlier in her feed: a s
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