There are approximately 330 Fiji islands in total with only about a third of them inhabited, making the archipelago ripe for exploration. With that in mind then, what could possibly be a better excuse for packing up your bags and organising to visit Fiji in the not-too-distant future?
The city of international style-icon, Gemma Ward, and home to a burgeoning garment industry, Perth is an up-and-coming style destination with a street style reputation to match. Isolated from the rest of Australia, looking out onto the Indian Ocean, Perth street style is as outward-facing and worldly as the city itself.
'Fashion-forward' and 'avant-garde' aren't adjectives commonly applied to style and fashion from the Gold Coast. However, with Vogue choosing Australia’s mecca of sand and surf as the location for 2016’s Vogue Fair, it seems Queensland’s poolside style will finally get its moment in the (eternal) sun.
When contemplating what to wear for your Bora Bora holidays, your first consideration will probably be the kind of vacation you're craving: perhaps one of five-star relaxation at hotels like the The St. Regis Bora Bora Resort, or a more party-style atmosphere complete with dancing and cocktails.
Over its long and storied history, Bali has played host to Hindus, Muslims and Christians, making the island a palimpsest of culture and tradition. The sheer variety of things to see and do here can make deciding what to wear in Bali a seemingly impossible choice.
When dressing for a holiday, it can be tempting to favour well-worn denim and your most lived-in basics. However, when the first stop is one of fashion’s hottest South Pacific islands, a more adventurous wardrobe can be far more fitting. These are quickly becoming the go-to destinations for the global style set