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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF VOGUEAUSTRALIA
69.1% of vogueaustralia's followers are female and 30.9% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 0.20%. The average number of likes per post is 1850 and the average number of comments is 16.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR VOGUEAUSTRALIA
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF VOGUEAUSTRALIA
- Beauty & Fashion 87.23 %
- Art & Design 62.93 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 45.50 %
- Entertainment 43.44 %
- Fitness & Yoga 42.75 %
- Books and Literature 40.41 %
- Home & Garden 40.16 %
- Photography 40.08 %
- Travel & Tourism 39.83 %
- Business & Careers 34.38 %
- Clothes, Shoes, Handbags & Accessories 34.31 %
- Healthy Lifestyle 34.18 %
- Children & Family 33.71 %
Have you watched #Unorthodox yet? The new #Netflix miniseries tells the story of a young woman breaking out of her orthodox Jewish community in Brooklyn to begin a new life in Berlin. In the bio link, creators Anna Winger and Alexa Karolinski tell #Vogue how they managed to depict this world, still unknown to many of us, in such a sensitive way. 📷 courtesy of @netflix
True colours 🌈 Photographed by @charliedenno, styled by @jilliandavison, Vogue Australia, April 2020.
With major fashion houses taking to live-streaming their collections in the height of the global #Covid19 pandemic, could this be the future for fashion weeks? Tap the bio link as we unpack how the #coronavirus is transforming fashion weeks around the world. 📷 Getty Images
When you've already eaten all the #Easter eggs 🍫 Tap the link in bio for a healthy chocolate recipe to master while in self-isolation. Photographed by Monty Coles, Vogue Australia, June 1982.
Having a ball 🎳 Collage artist #Siduations recreated the spring/summer '20 season's best accoutrements in a whole new context for the March issue of #VogueAustralia. Created by @siduations, fashion editor @kaila.matthews, Vogue Australia, March 2020.
“My grandmother, who I am very close with, wore a headpiece for her wedding day, so I wanted to do something similar to pay homage to her,” shares Aleksandra Harsic. “I had my heart set on Stephen Jones Millinery, so one evening I decided to send an email and see if he’d be willing to do a custom piece for me.” @stephenjonesmillinery agreed and sent through sketches of potential designs and quickly, Aleksandra’s dream headpiece came to life before her eyes. “It was certainly one of the most special aspects of planning the wedding, because I had such an incredible statement piece on my head.” Visit the link in bio to go inside these Melbourne nuptials, which featured a chic ballroom reception at Rippon Lea Estate. If your dream wedding has been affected by #Covid19, follow @voguebridesaustralia for news and support. 📷 @erinandtara
In need of inspiration this long weekend? Whether you’re seeking a reminder that we’re all in the #stayhome movement together, or are looking to de-stress with a one-hour Houseparty dance marathon—here’s our round-up of the #hashtags to keep you inspired and connected right now. In the bio link. Photographed by Patrick Russell, Vogue Australia, May 1982.
Camera ready 💥 Photographed by @charliedenno, styled by @jilliandavison, Vogue Australia, April 2020.
A much younger–and at that time, unmarried–#PrinceWilliam and #PrinceHarry attended their father's wedding to #CamillaParkerBowles on this day in 2005. The union of Charles, Prince of Wales and the now Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, had the speculation and fanfare of any other royal wedding, even touted by the media as a ‘fairytale for grown-ups’. On their 15th wedding anniversary, look back on this royal occasion in the bio link. 📷 Getty Images
“At this time, when I’m trying to stay calm and make good decisions about my family and Barre Body amidst all the #Covid19 chatter and noise, I am finding that my meditation practice is seeing me through. I’m centred and able to see the world from a place of love, rather than fear.” If you need a moment of quiet in this rather uncertain time, tap the link in bio, where @barrebody’s founder, @emmaseibold_ shares a couple of her go-to meditation techniques. 💭 Photographed by Patrick Russell, Vogue Australia, March 1973.
The puffer jacket is an unlikely fashion hero but thanks to its celebrity fan base and power to fend off inhospitable weather, the industry’s love affair with the duvet coat continues. Cue #PrincessDiana in this iconic red number while skiing in 1994, a moment which took the humble puffer jacket to even greater heights. Learn the fascinating history of this true fashion statement in the bio link. 📷 Getty Images
Astrology or therapy? In an age of increasing uncertainty, #Millennials are turning to an unlikely source of divine wisdom for comfort: the zodiac. Tap the link in bio to learn more about the phenomenon–and the industry, worth an estimated $3 billion in the tech sector. 📷 @garconjon
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