Things are looking GOOD down under. Aussie stars of fashion and film just seem to be getting hotter, making you realise there is more to being an Australian than swatting away mossies and putting another shrimp on the barbie.
THE FACE:Model Maniac Catherine McNeilThis Brisbane beauty came crashing into prominence last year landing on the covers of Vogue and V. Not bad for a self-confessed Metalhead from the Gold Coast. With her unique feline-like facial features this super-module is stopping cars worldwide.
THE FASHION BIBLE:The Rockin' Russh MagazineCool kids all over Aussie are russhing to news stands to see what's what on the fashion front. Usually Russh reckons 70's inspired flairs, fringed waistcoats, headpieces and the odd music festival are where it's at, proving the laid back attitude of this fun-in-the-sun loving country.
THE SCREEN SIREN:Our Australian Idol, Abbie CornishShe was a beautiful co-star in the harrowing Candy with beloved Heath, and now Abbie C. is in hot demand all throughout Hollywood. Up next she plays 19th Century poet John Keat's love interest in Bright Star, proving a low profile can often get you ahead. This small town Aussie gal used to dream of being a vet but Musette is pleased this jaw dropping stunner chose a profession that allows for us to gaze at her on a big screen.
THE LOOK:Loving Everything About Lover
Sydney based fashion design duo Nic Brand and Susien Chong certainly know the way into the hearts of Bright Young Things everywhere. Their aesthetic masterfully combines prettiness and edginess, resulting in looks that allow you to feel like the hippest girl at any party. With a new range of super cute 'swimmers,' Lover epitomises the cool mood that Australia can't help but share with the rest of the world.
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