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Vogue Australia May 2016 Emilia Clarke by Emma Summerton
Photography: Emma Summerton
Styled by: Christine Centenera
Hair: Teddy Charles
Nails: Jenna Hip
Model: Emilia Clarke
Edwina McCann introduces the May issue of Vogue Australia.
One of the best things about being the editor of Vogue is the constant exposure to new talent. I usually hear about a new actor when our deputy editor Sophie Tedmanson returns from a film preview raving about their work and suggests we write about them for a small feature. A year or so later they might be up for an Oscar and we find ourselves discussing them for the cover of the magazine.
I tend to discover a young fashion designer because our fashion team wears their clothes. Tracking the positive trajectory of talent has become something of a hobby.
And so this month we feature Game of Thrones star Emilia Clarke on our cover. I am a latecomer to the show but am now addicted. As the new series starts, we talk to the candid, confident British actress about her role in the show that keeps us mesmerised and what’s next for her.
We also introduce 22-year-old Australian actress Alycia Debnam-Carey, who wears this season’s romance with a carefree attitude. Her talent and beauty will take her places.
Photographer George Byrne is the brother of actress Rose Byrne, but with due respect to his talented sister, that is the least interesting thing about him. Following his first solo show at Sydney’s Olsen Irwin gallery, we talk to the artist about life in LA and his beautiful work.
We celebrate the prettiness of the season on actress Bella Heathcote, and present a round-up of the best we saw at the haute couture collections.
Finally, we are again supporting the Witchery White Shirt Campaign by showing you how to wear the all-season staple five ways – see page 94. By purchasing one of these Witchery OCRF shirts you will help raise money for the Ovarian Cancer Research Foundation. Share these images on social media, or better still, buy a shirt and share a photo of you wearing it, with the caption: “I wear a white shirt because …” inserting your personal message, then tag #WHITESHIRTCAMPAIGN, @ocrf and @witcheryfashion. Every dollar (excluding GST) from the purchase of every shirt goes towards helping researchers find an early detection test for ovarian cancer.
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