Instyle Australia launches first biannual print magazine


• The bumper 300-page Spring/Summer edition of InStyle comprises 127 pages of new season fashion

The first biannual print edition of InStyle Australia will land on shelves on Tuesday, 13 September, starring Australian actress Olivia DeJonge (Elvis) on the cover.

In April this year, InStyle Australia launched as a daily platform featuring unique monthly digital editions, giving its audience insight into everything that’s now. 

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Following the success of the digital launch, the print issue looks further ahead to what’s next, serving as a guide to the season to come.

InStyle editor-in-chief, Justine Cullen said, “The printed edition promises to be an indispensable resource for anyone who wants to know what’s in style this spring and into the summer.

“It’s a curation of all the season’s essential fashion and beauty trends, as well as an exploration of the culture of our times and celebration of the ideas, tastemakers and game-changers shaping the world we live in.” 

The bumper 300-page Spring/Summer edition of InStyle comprises 127 pages of new season fashion and shopping and over 20 pages of beauty, including everything from new season luxury, fashion and shopping guides to in-depth beauty and skincare stories, along with special sections dedicated to men’s fashion, homewares, travel and motoring.

For the first printed issue, InStyle has partnered with Westfield to bring to life the shopping centre giant’s Spring/Summer season in a special portrait feature starring boxer Harry Garside, actor Josh Heuston and stylist Julianna Yao.

The imagery featured in the issue will be shared across Westfield’s network nationally, where Westfield Plus members can secure an exclusive copy of the magazine. InStyle Australia’s online presence was recently awarded Cover of the Year for its pre-election shoot with Anthony Albanese.

True North Media is the independent publisher of Instyle Australia.

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