Top model Fernanda Ly is styled by Andrew Mukamal in ‘fall with Fernanda’, lensed by Chad Moore for Numéro Tokyo No. 129. / Hair by Lizzie Arneson; makeup by Allie Smith
Model Fernanda Ly strikes a pose, styled by Naomi Smith in modern, layeres looks and colors from Prada, Gucci, Miu Miu and more Georges Antoni captures Fernanda — the Sydney girl — for ELLE Australia March 2019.Read More
Allure Magazine joins the movement towards a more inclusive perspective with its June 2018 issue with a focus on Asian models. In her editor’s letter and a series of tweets, Allure editor-in-chief Michelle Lee explained her personal motivations to include an all Asian cast for this month’s cover with a moment of reflection and an understanding that numbers mean more than empty words. Our decision to feature three Asian women got me thinking about when the last time was that Allure had an Asian woman on the cover, Lee explained before stating some pretty incredible facts. In 327 issues and over 28 years, there had only been two Asian women on the cover: Lucy Liu in 2000 and Olivia Munn, who’s part Chinese, in 2014. Not. good!
Photographer Sølve Sundsbø captures animated cover portraits of Fei Fei Sun, Fernanda Ly, and Soo Joo Park, styled by Beat Bollinger and all inspiring major hair envy. The top models reflected on their experiences in the industry – both good and bad – and how more steps need to be taken to diversify fashion. / Hair by Malcolm Edwards; makeup by Hiromi Ueda
Model Fernanda Ly is styled by Ethel Park in 'Modern Dreamers', lensed by Chad Moore for Muse Magazine Spring/Summer 2018.
Models Akiima, Charlee Fraser, Andreja Pejic and Fernanda Ly cover the April 2018 issue of Vogue Australia, lensed by Patrick Demarchelier, posing as people first and fashion models second. The quartet pens pwerful and personal stories for the issue, with their histories highlighted before their favorite face savers. Still, the cover story promotes them as 'The Faces Uniting Australian Fashion'.
Vogue Australia's editor-in-chief Edwina McCann says of the issue: "“It felt timely to celebrate that fact, because it truly reflects who we are. Despite being a multicultural country, we have long subscribed to a homogenous standard of beauty. Charlee Fraser, Akiima, Fernanda Ly and Andreja Pejić prove that thinking – and casting – is archaic.”
The latest issue of 'Dior Magazine' features a cover story stars Grace Hartzel, who leads an intrepid band of strong Dior women including Fernanda Ly, Aira Ferreira, Cara Taylor, Ellen Rosa, and Ruth Bell. Longtime muse of photographer Patrick Demarchelier, Grace is a natural choice to embody the spirit of Maria Grazia Chiuri’sready-to-wear collection for Autumn / Winter 201 in 'Leaders of the Gang'. Lensed in the urban outback of Brooklyn’s Red Hook neighborhood, the cover story is styled by Elin Svahn.