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    Style loves Brisbane and locals love us too. A free prestige lifestyle magazine published monthly in Brisbane, Style features local faces, fabulous fashion, the best foodie spots, homewares to admire, the latest arts and entertainment news, and the must-have beauty products and trends to try. With a monthly distribution of 60,000 copies, Style is the one publication our savvy readers actively seek out at the beginning of each month and locals love to receive in their mailbox. With an active presence on the internet and social media, Style offers added value for advertisers to help you achieve an even better response from our socially active and affluent readers. Our website engages readers with regular competitions, blogs, photo galleries and extra bits and pieces for those who can’t get enough Style. Plus, the Style A-List offers access to special offers and invitations to premier events for subscribers. Style may be free, but certainly never cheap-looking! With an upmarket glossy cover and full colour pages, Style is designed as a coffee table magazine that readers will want to hold on to and refer to again and again. The compact size fits easily into handbags – an important factor for gals on the go! We’re keeping it real – and local. Leaving Hollywood celebs and hard-to-find products to the national media, Style is all about shining the spotlight on local people and businesses. And, with a predominantly female readership, Style reigns supreme in the local fashion stakes. Ultimately, we’re about supporting Brissy businesses and people and that’s why readers and advertisers love us. Don’t be shy! Talk to us about prime positions, attractive ad layouts, well-written and effective advertorial options, and advertising/website packages designed to give you more bang for your hard-earned buck.
  • New Magazine FRENCH COUNTRY STYLE
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    So excited about a glorious new magazine coming out in February : French Country. Edited by the fabulous (& French!) Fifi O’Neill, published by Harris Publications , it promises to be a s…
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  • All About the Eyes 21 Portraits that Gaze Into Your Very Soul
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    When it comes to portrait photography, it's hard to argue with the maxim that 'it's all about the eyes.' Here are 21 portraits that'll make it even harder...
  • FASHION Magazine March 2016 Cover Olivia Palermo
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    Olivia Palermo is one of the few figures in fashion who has been able to shape-shift between drastically opposing personas. Many regard her as a grounded tastemaker who takes a streamlined Carolina Herrera-like approach to choosing looks, opting for outfits that are more polished than trendy. It is precisely her aptitude for mixing Zara with Givenchy that lands her on the New York Post’s Page Six best-dressed lists. Yet Palermo is also considered a formidable socialite, since the New York-born daughter of a successful real estate developer (dad) and interior designer (mom) regularly does the art/philanthropic event rounds. In fact, she was first discovered as a woman-about-gown when photographer Patrick McMullan snapped her at a charity event. The benefits of a privileged upbringing helped Palermo snag an internship at luxe party magazine Quest and earned her comparisons to Gossip Girl’s Queen Bee character, Blair Waldorf. In contrast, there are Palermo’s notorious appearances on MTV’s
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    This set of eight coffee table books from Juniper Books x Goop—all devoted to London —is wrapped with a stunning image of Westminster Abbey.
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    Tove Jansson's Moomin stories made her one of the most beloved Scandinavian authors of the twentieth century. Jansson's whimsical tales of Moominvalley resonate with children for their light-hearted spirit, and with adults for their incisive commentary on the banality of everyday life. 2014 marks the centenary of her birth, and Jansson is being honoured with events in England, Scandinavia, Germany, Russia, Japan, Australia, Italy, Spain, and France. Drawn and Quarterly is joining the festivities by releasing Moomin: The deluxe anniversary edition, a slipcase, hardcover collection of the complete Tove Jansson penned Moomin comic strip, replete with all of her most popular story--lines and original pencil sketches. It has been more than sixty years since the Moomin comic strip debuted in the London Evening News. By the end of its run in 1975, Moomin was syndicated in more than forty newspapers around the world, and hailed for its light-handed, charming stories. The comics were revived in 2005 by Drawn and Quarterly and published to widespread acclaim, sparking a new generation of devoted Moomin fans with international editions around the world. Moomin: The deluxe anniversary edition celebrates the classic comics the world adores, and will feature an essay about Tove's work on the Moomin strip.
  • Affiches et Gravures Art Deco by Jean Delhaye Art Deco Book Modernism
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    Modernism.com is an online marketplace for 20th Century Art and Design including American Art Deco furniture, mid-century modern furniture, Art Deco lighting, French Art Deco furniture, lighting and objects, all things pertaining to 20th Century Decorative Arts.
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    Droog Simply Droog Book at Olighting.com. Price Match & Free Shipping.
  • Dan Wynn Photographer
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    Dan Wynn (1920 - 1995) was an award-winning editorial, portrait, and advertising photographer and film director. During his 45-year career, his work was published in many high-profile American magazines, including Esquire Magazine, New York Magazine, Travel + Leisure, Seventeen, Time, Newsweek, Harper's Bazaar, McCall's Magazine and Women's Day. He also provided covers for books, record albums, and international magazines (sometimes with himself as his model). Born in Chicago in 1920, his family moved to Los Angeles when he was twelve. He attended the prestigious Chouinard Art Institute alternating his education at the University of California. Serving in the US Army Air Force during World War II, Wynn learned how to take pictures and run a photo lab and, back in Los Angeles after the war, he attended the well-known Art Center School: while still a student, there he won the Condé Nast Photo Contest. Wynn moved to New York in 1947 and got his editorial start at Seventeen, where he quickly became successful shooting fashion. He went on to shoot major accounts for top advertising agencies including Revlon and memorable campaigns for clients as diverse as International Paper, Van Raalte and Maidenform and Ford cars, while continuing his photojournalist work covering events such as Le Mans auto racing. Wynn's New York studio was a busy place. His portraiture and photo essays included entertainers Jimmy Durante, Dolly Parton, artists Salvador Dalí and musicians Duke Ellington, Luciano Pavarotti, Louis Armstrong, television personalities Carol Burnett, Sid Caesar, movie stars Robert DeNiro, Katharine Hepburn, Dustin Hoffman, Al Pacino, film directors, Alfred Hitchcock, Billy Wilder, Frank Capra, François Truffaut, fashion models Suzy Parker and Jane Fonda in the early days of her career and such national figures as President and Mrs. Lyndon Johnson, Rose Kennedy, Norman Mailer, Gloria Steinem and the very young Bill Gates (for a Newsweek cover). With Malcolm Forbes, Wynn traveled the world photographing their trip in the Forbes private plane. Wynn was a long-standing member of ASMP (American Society of Media Photographers). His photography was recognized with numerous awards from The New York Art Directors Club, Communication Arts and the American Institute of Graphic Arts, and in 1976 his photographs were included in The Family of Man photography exhibit at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Dan Wynn's photography has been acquired by the National Portrait Gallery for their permanent collection and has been seen in New York City at the Bonni Ben Rubi Gallery among others, and the Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology. Wynn's editorial spreads of beautiful people and places in international cities, pubs, vineyards, and restaurants brought him into contact with food writer James Beard. He first photographed Beard in 1963, and remained Beard's semi-official photographer until the latter's death, providing photographs for book covers, Beard's various articles, recipes and food columns. In the process, he became one of America's most renowned food photographers.
  • Assouline Survival Kit: Lifestyle Book
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    Kick-back and unwind with the Survival Kit: Lifestyle book collection from Assouline. Including four fabulous lifestyle books, they are all packaged in a first aid inspired box which is a welcome addition to any coffee table. Africa In Style by Berenice Geoffroy-Schneiter, explores the vibrant African fashion world that despite the culture’s influence on western runways, is still struggling to make itself known in its own right in the industry today. Cocktails written by ‘Queen of New York nightlife’ Amy Sacco focuses on the beverages’ place in our social culture which is stylishly evolving year after year. Jean-Paul Hévin as documented in Francoise Simon’s book is always closely associated with chocolate in Parisian culture and due to his creations in sugar & cream which broke with convention, he has defined what fine chocolate means today. Last but certainly not least in this survival kit, is The Polo Games by Aline Coquelle which takes a look at the history of ‘the sport of kings and the king of sports.   Key features: * Cover: hardcover * Dimensions: H40xW40cm (box) * Length: 80 pages, 60 illustrations (each book) * Set includes: * Africa in style by Berenice Geoffroy-Schneiter * Cocktails by Amy Sacco * Jean-Paul Hévin by Francoise Simon * The Polo Games by Aline Coquelle * Displayed in a stylish red & white survival gift box * More inspiring literature available from Assouline
  • Art Deco Style The Ultimate Guide to Art Deco
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    Art Deco style was one of the most influential design movements of the 20th Century. Explore Art Deco history, architecture, interior design, graphic design, jewelry, fashion, artists and more.
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    Art deco poster inspired by 20's and 30' Vogue magazine covers.
  • Per Kirkeby at Tate Modern Michael Werner Gallery
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    Michael Werner Gallery is pleased to announce a full-scale Per Kirkeby retrospective at Tate Modern, London. This is the first museum presentation of Kirkeby's work in the UK in over 10 years. Exploring the artist's works from the 1960s to the present day, this sweeping survey exhibition includes paintings, sculptures, 'blackboards', drawings and watercolors, books, and the artist's early, rarely seen 'pop'-inspired paintings. The exhibition is accompanied by a full-color catalogue with text by Richard Shiff. Per Kirkeby travels to Museum Kunst Palast, Düsseldorf, 26 September 2009 to 10 January 2010.

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