Meet The Icons of T Australia

From Idris Elba to Billie Eilish, Buddy Franklin and Margot Robbie, we’ve brought the biggest names featured in T Australia to one place.

Article by T Australia

Idris Elba

“Tomorrow’s not really promised, so do what you want,” says Elba. “You don’t know what’s going to happen so just go for it.”

Article by Joe Brennan for T Australia’s fifth edition

Billie Eilish

“I’m essentially using my name for clout. Part of me is like, ‘I only got where I got just so I could make a perfume one day. That’s the only reason I’m here.’ ”

Article by Victoria Pearson for T Australia’s tenth edition

Kylie Minogue

“I’ve made mistakes, of course, trusting people and assuming their judgement was better than mine, but my team and I try to be as considered as we can.”

Article by Katarina Kroslakova for T Australia’s first edition

Lance “Buddy” Franklin

“To kick a thousand goals and have my closest family and friends there to witness it. That was something that I’ll cherish forever.”

Article by Luke Benedictus for T Australia’s tenth edition

Daniel Ricciardo

“I don’t like the feeling of leaving a racetrack with regrets… I wasn’t doing myself justice if I didn’t put it all out there.”

Article by Emma Pegrum for T Australia’s fourth edition

Margot Robbie

“I much prefer to scream and cry and shout. Someone did something bad to you and you feel mad about it — I can get there a lot quicker.”

Article by Bill Wyman for T Australia’s third edition

Selena Gomez

“I saw from my own personal experience how these impossible beauty standards were having such an effect on my mental health.”

Article by Victoria Pearson for

Nick Cave

“I have always drawn my songs… because they are primarily highly visual, disconnected, emotional images and lend themselves to that sort of thing,”

Article by Tom Lazarus for T Australia’s fifth edition

Read our current issue cover interview with the mode Ajak Deng that appears in print in our fifteeth edition, Page 64 of T Australia with the headline: “Higher Purpose”