T Australia Issue #14 Out Now

A cover by legendary photographer Georges Antoni fronts the latest issue, which includes the best in fashion, interiors and travel.

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A cover by the legendary photographer Georges Antoni sets the tone for our just-launched Renewal issue, a magazine dedicated to the spaces where artists, writers and other creatives find respite. It’s our first collaboration with Antoni and we’ve gone all-out with a 14-page shoot. Full of artful draping, roomy tailoring and industrial grit, it’s our own take on urban renewal.

We also step inside a garage-turned-gallery in suburban Virginia and get to know Etro’s visionary creative director, Marco De Vincenzo. We catch up with Emma Lewisham and other entrepreneurs who are challenging “big beauty” with some pretty radical ideas. Then we meet the whisky-makers championing blends over single malts, and we get to the bottom of Penfolds’ curious new marketing strategy (hint: streetwear icon Nigo is on the payroll).

Emma Lewisham. Photograph courtesy of the brand.
Esther Choi
Graff emerald-and-diamond earrings. Photograph by Esther Choi.

In art, Zoë Lescaze takes a look at the female painters challenging the male gaze with bold (and sometimes controversial) depictions of the female body. And our travel writers take us to the farthest reaches of the Americas, from Chile’s vast, bone-riddled Atacama Desert to Churchill, Canada — one of the best places on Earth to see the northern lights.

Plus, we quiz Daniel Riley, the new artistic director of Australian Dance Theatre, on his plans for the company. And our columnist, Lance Richardson, talks about moving house and finding renewal in the rituals of relocation (“I like to think of it as drafts of the same creative project: your life.”)

There’s also a special watches and jewellery lift-out, plus the chance to win your very own Breitling timepiece. To grab a copy of Issue 14, either order the mag onlinesubscribe or pick up a copy at newsagents nationally.

T Australia #14 is available at newsagents nationally, and can be ordered online now, either as a single copy or as part of a subscription.