when Twiggy danced the twist and girls were addicted to shine


You could say she has an individual style

She’s part of a colorful time

Jefferson Airplane, Plastic Fantastic Lover


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Hermes Eau de Merveilles /



jewelery designer \ venice rish

Caroline Sundt-Wels and Jedda- Daisy Culley co-creative directors of Australian fashion label Desert Designs defines their friend designer Venice Rish of jewellery label Venice in a haiku poem.





Hair Jenny Kim Makeup Natasha Severino Photographer Sam Hendel Sittings Editor Tiana Wallace

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Vision  |ˈviZHən| noun • the ability to think about or plan the future with imagination or wisdom: • a mental image of what the future will or could be like: • an experience of seeing someone or something in a dream or trance, or as a supernatural apparition • a vivid mental image, esp. a fanciful one of the future: • a person or sight of unusual beauty.

Electric |iˈlektrik| adjective producing electricity, an electric current • (of a color) brilliant and vivid: images shot through with jagged streaks of electric blue having or producing a sudden sense of thrilling excitement

Neverland The dwelling place of Peter Pan, Tinker Bell, the Lost Boys and others. Although not all people in Neverland cease to age, its best known resident famously refused to grow up, and it is often used as a metaphor for eternal childhood, immortality, and escapism.

Imagine |iˈmajən| verb [ with obj. ] to form a mental image or concept of something •to believe something unreal or untrue to exist or be so: Irridescent |ˌiriˈdesənt| adjective showing luminous colors that seem to change when seen from different angles opalescent, nacreous; shimmering, luminous, glittering, sparkling, dazzling, shining, gleaming, glowing, lustrous, scintillating; kaleidoscopic, rainbow-colored, multicolored; literary glistering, coruscating, effulgent, scintillant.

Creatures |ˈkrēCHər| noun
an animal, as distinct from a human being: night sounds of birds and other creatures.
• an animal or person
• a fictional or imaginary being
• archaic anything living or existing: dress, jewels, and other transitory creatures.

Enlightening  |enˈlītn| verb

ORIGIN Middle English (in the sense ‘make luminous’; formerly also as inlighten): in early use from Old English inlīhtan ‘to shine’;

to give someone greater knowledge and understanding about a subject or situation:
• give someone spiritual knowledge or insight.
• archaic shed light on (an object).
inform, tell, make aware, open someone’s eyes, notify, illuminate, apprise, brief, update