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A celebrant of fashion, Monica Russell marries people with clothing to curate the best of local and faraway style. After a decade-long tenure in the industry (eight of which were spent at mainstay masthead Marie Claire), Monica made a foray into freelancing. Her repertoire includes brand consulting and styling, where she savours the process of translating the ideas of leading taste makers into tangible creative works.
Monica’s raison d'être is colour and youth, drawing on the fecundity of girlhood to tell sartorial stories of optimism and freedom of expression. It’s sunshine distilled, radiating light and possibility on a page.
Monica’s wilderness years have so far seen her working with the best in Australian lifestyle — think Mecca, Seed Heritage, The Iconic, French Connection, and the renaissance of beloved Harper’s Bazaar, to name a few.
Monica finds joy in seeing moods and musings come alive on limbs, draping and adorning diverse bodies in beautiful silhouettes. She mines for more than clothes or fleeting trends — it’s about eternal reasons to admire and aspire, capturing a singular moment and immortalising it for a lifetime. That’s where the tactile power of the glossy magazine will always guide her, inciting onlookers to stop, stare and hold onto a feeling.