Zara Wong, Vogue Australia

Zara Wong

Vogue Australia

Sydney, NSW, Australia

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Past articles by Zara:

How Johnny Coca is reinvigorating Mulberry and designing your next It bag

Since taking the helm at Mulberry, designer Johnny Coca has gifted the British brand with a wider scope of inspirations and styles. → Read More

How deal with this tricky trend: pyjama dressing, beyond the bedroom

Pyjamas as daywear - yes, say these two sleepwear designers. → Read More

Why it’s time Australians embraced bush tucker

Australians have embraced exotic produce from all over the globe, yet our own native food plants remain obscure. Here, Zara Wong looks into the health benefits, wild flavours and cultural significance of our very own bush tucker. → Read More

Gaia Repossi on the virtues of menswear and never being afraid to fail

Jeweller Gaia Repossi has a penchant for masculine tailoring – especially that of her friend Virgil Abloh’s creations for Louis Vuitton menswear. → Read More

A Vogue fashion editor remembers what it was like to attend Karl Lagerfeld’s Chanel shows

For a brief moment in time, a Chanel show will transport you to another world. But beyond being just ‘for show’, they are an exploration of Karl Lagerfeld's genius and all-encompassing mind and the legacy he has left for Chanel and the world of luxury. → Read More

All the designers who had once been tipped to succeed Karl Lagerfeld at Chanel

Virginie Viard has been officially announced as Karl Lagerfeld’s successor at Chanel following his death in February 2019, but rumours have long abounded about who else would’ve taken oven the creative directorship of Chanel. → Read More

How to switch careers, start your own business and grow: tips from the female founder of an Instagram-favourite fashion line

Ashleigh Hults of Poolside shares her three best career tips. → Read More

Ushering in a new era at Oroton: meet the woman reinventing the Australian label

Sophie Holt has taken the reins at Oroton, charged with reviving and reinventing a venerable label that was teetering on the verge of extinction. → Read More

Go inside the Chanel atelier with the woman who has your dream job

Take a tour of Chanel’s haute couture ateliers with Olivia Douchez, the youngest ever studio head. → Read More

Dries Van Noten on selling his label, making jam and how to dress well

Pushing the boundaries enough to be extraordinary yet remaining so very wearable, the collections by Belgian designer Dries Van Noten have an enduring appeal that defies transient trends. Here, he muses on his drive to create for the now and the future. → Read More

Matthew Adams Dolan is the Rihanna-approved Australian designer your wardrobe needs

New York-based “non-Australian Australian” designer Matthew Adams Dolan talks about getting the attention of superstars, his new all-American collection and why he’s kicking traditional streetwear to the curb. → Read More

The line that will convert hat haters into headwear lovers

Take one British-Australian travel photographer and two impressively entrepreneurial Americans, then add the south-west American desert and you have the under-the-radar hat line Tio y Tia. → Read More

Jasmine Yarbrough weds Karl Stefanovic in a short-hemmed bespoke gown by J. Andreatta

The Mara & Mine co-founder has married Karl Stefanovic in Mexico—and her wedding dress designer tells Vogue how her gown came to be. → Read More

5 rules for wedding guest dressing, including whether you can wear black

What are the rules of dressing as a guest? Our panel of polished women give it to us straight. Can you wear black to a wedding? “Black is fine – unless you’ve slept with the groom.” – Lauren Santo Domingo, co-founder of Moda Operandi What works for a country wedding? “A dress that makes me feel confident and that I can have fun in. Organza has slight fuss and volume, but is ultimately light and… → Read More

How to decide who to invite to your wedding and where to seat them

This is how to decide who should be invited to your wedding. → Read More

4 moments that had everyone at Paris Fashion Week talking

The best from the shows. → Read More

Ahead of the race: a definitive guide on what to wear this spring racing carnival

Get to know the key dates and what to wear to each of them this spring racing carnival season. → Read More

Social entrepreneur Leila Janah on giving work and creating opportunities

Social entrepreneur Leila Janah always knew she wanted to give back in a meaningful way. As well as empowering workers in developing countries through her company Samasource, she provides a healthy wage for women in Africa via her natural skincare enterprise, LXMI. → Read More

Straight talk: how good posture can lead to an increase in confidence

It seems your posture can determine your mood, as well as affect your health and the way others view you. → Read More

This tech CEO and Vogue Codes alumni has an app that brings indigenous storytelling to life with your phone

Mikaela Jade's company, InDigital, uses 4D technology, augmented reality and more. → Read More