Emma Roffey


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Emma is an emerging writer with a keen interest in fashion, lifestyle and culture. Her work has appeared in both print and online editions of Vogue Australia as well as publications such as Qantas Travel Insider.

In 2017, Emma spent a year conducting a research project on the intersection of Italian fashion and feminism at Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore in Milan, Italy.

Emma hopes that if she continues to explore fashion in her writing, she might one day find the strength to do away with her track pants that look like jeans.

Vogue Australia
Tom Ford on how to be a fashionable parent

Tom Ford just reached peak Tom Ford. Iconic and enigmatic designer Tom Ford is known for his, at times, questionable fashion commentary. However, in his latest profile with Ford dished out his top words of wisdom on fashion-forward parenting.

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These are the books most people lie about reading

Books that give you FOMO, who knew? According to a 2016 survey the top 20 books that people lie about reading are mostly reminiscent of high school reading lists. Topping the list at number one is Alice's Adventures in Wonderland written by Lewis Carroll followed closely by George Orwell's dystopic fiction 1984.

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Women's March: This is what we do next

Let's get in formation. Judging by the crowds present at the Women's Marches that took place across 37 cities around the world on January 21, the event could be considered a success. Reports estimate that over one million women turned out worldwide to advocate and support women's rights and oppose the hard and fast stance that newly inaugurated American President Donald Trump takes on women's well being.

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Royal wedding guests who totally missed the dress code

No stranger to turning heads at a royal wedding, Prince Harry's cousin, Princess Beatrice of York once again made waves with her choice of hat. At Prince William and Kate's wedding in 2011, Beatrice wore the most meme-worthy hat that looked more like a pretzel than a headpiece.

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Sunni Overend on the death of chick-lit and how to write a good book

The author talks Vogue Australia through the creative process. If you pick up Sunni Overend's The Dangers of Truffle Hunting you'll notice she loves France. It's not just the language and the food says the author, although she is a self-confessed food porn obsessive, but also the way the French think, even in terms of literature.

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Angelina Jolie's latest New York Times op-ed focuses on Donald Trump, immigration

"We are playing with fire." Angelina Jolie has written yet another op-ed for the New York Times this time focusing on President Trump's controversial immigration ban. The actor, director and filmmaker is also a special envoy of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees and often speaks passionately about issues relating to international asylum.

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Blue Ivy Carter, 5, is already more successful than you

Move over Kylie Jenner. Blue Ivy Carter has a lot of things going on. Her parents just announced they are expecting twins and she has an eponymous beauty label under way. While that might not sound like a lot, remember Carter is only five-years-old.

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The Met Gala is just another "average day" for Kris Jenner

Not even the Met Gala is keeping up with Kris. With almost the whole family in attendance at the Met Gala again this year, one has to wonder, will the Kardashians ever get bored of fashion's favourite night out? According to leader of the pack, Kris Jenner, the Met Gala is just another "average day" in the life of a Kardashian-Jenner.

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Meghan Markle wore her signature hairstyle to the royal wedding reception

Kate Middleton is known for her immaculate blow-dried hair but Meghan Markle is committed to making the messy up-do her own. Along with a spectacular dress change, Meghan Markle also changed her regal chignon into a higher up-do style to suit her high-neck Stella McCartney reception gown.