Meet the Model : Pascale Hunt

Pascale HuntMeet Pascale Hunt, the megababe modelling our new collection of vintage treasure. We sit down with the Bali raised beauty and discover she is so much more than just a pretty face…

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Spirit Animal

Any and all felines

Where do you call home

Sanur, Bali
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How did you get into modelling

When I was about 13 or 14 and going to school in Bali, a lot of girls my age modelled for friend’s parent’s clothing lines and stuff like that. I signed with Balistarz agency around that time and did jobs on weekends and school holidays. When I graduated, I came to Sydney and signed with The Agency Models, and it took off from there!

What did you want to be growing up

I always kind of wanted to be a model. My mum used to manage Dally’s in Brisbane and is best friends with JDW, and they were both huge influences in my life growing up, giving me advice on style and etiquette and being a lady! At one point I wanted to be like Grace Kelly and be a movie star/the princess of Monaco haha.

What would you be doing if you weren’t modelling

Modelling has been a constant part of my life for a long time, but it hasn’t really prevented me from doing other things I’m interested in. I finished my Bachelors in 2012, and I’m currently doing my Masters in Peace and Conflict Studies. I don’t have a plan yet, but I hope to keep balancing modelling with other passions.

What would be your ultimate modelling job

Working for any of the big European fashion houses would be a dream come true! Also it would be amazing to do a beauty campaign for any of the big make-up names. I especially loved Estee Lauder’s campaigns with Caroline Murphy. And of course, being a Victoria’s Secret Angel!

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Describe your style in 3 words

Comfortable, earthy, ever-changing.

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At the moment I’m a bit obsessed with Kendall Jenner’s style. I also love Abbey Lee’s style, and Kate Moss.

Favourite go-to outfit

It depends where I am. In Bali, a bikini and a sarong! In Sydney, high-waisted jeans and a nice shirt with comfortable shoes.

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If you could live in any decade which one would you choose and why

Maybe the 60’s, so I could go to Woodstock! I love the movie Factory girl and the fashion/art scene that was happening in New York at the time. There were also huge social movements happening that would have been amazing to experience.

Best vintage score

I bought a pair of Italian brown leather boots for $20 at a vintage market a couple of years ago that I have worn a million times and have never failed me.

Most treasured vintage piece

A vintage Trinity de Cartier ring that my mum gave me, I love it so much.

Favourite place to shop for vintage

Surry hills, the South end of King Street in Newtown, markets, and Enmore for crazy costume pieces.

Which piece did you love wearing most from the shoot?

I absolutely love the Moonstruck 70’s silk dress and the white, long sleeved wedding dress. Wearing it made me feel like I was in a fairytale! I also loved all of the vintage t-shirts, so comfortable and easy to style with anything.


Guilty pleasure

Definitely chocolate!

Happy place

My house in Bali with my family, dog Charlie, 3 cats, and my best friends.

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xx Pascale

Images from Instagram: @pascaleceline

Fashion Flashback: Studio 54

Jerry Hall Angelica Houston Studio 54Jerry hall and Angelica Houston, Studio 54 1985

Studio 54Located at 254 West on 54th Street in Manhattan Studio 54 opened it’s doors on April 26, 1977. Among the many celebrities present during opening night were Mick Jagger, Liza Minnelli, Jerry Hall, Diana Vreeland, Halston, Brooke Shields, Debbie Harry, Robin Leach, Donald and Ivana Trump and newly engaged Rick Hilton and Kathy Richards. Hordes scrambled to gain entry but only a few got past the door. Some celebrities, including Warren Beatty, Woody Allen, Diane Keaton, Henry Winkler, Cher, and Frank Sinatra were unable to get in.

Halston, Bianca Jagger, Jack Haley Jr., Liza Minnelli and Andy Warhol, 1978Halston, Bianca Jagger, Jack Haley Jr., Liza Minnelli and Andy Warhol, 1978

Bianca-Jagger-celebrated-her-birthday-Studio-54A week after the opening, Bianca Jagger celebrated her 27th birthday party at the club.She entered riding in on a white horse led by a footman wearing a tuxedo painted onto his body

Olivia Newton John & John Travolta, 1978Olivia Newton John & John Travolta, 1978

Diana Ross Studio 54Diana Ross, 1980

Elton John, Lana Hamilton and Rod Stewart, 1978Elton John, Lana Hamilton and Rod Stewart, 1978

Diana Ross Studio 54Diana Ross shaking it on the dance floor, 1979

Cher Studio 54Cher

Drew Barrymore Studio 54Drew Barrymore

Village People, Valerie Perrine, Bruce Jenner & Michael Jackson for 'Cant Stop The Music' party, 1980Village People, Valerie Perrine, Bruce Jenner & Michael Jackson for ‘Can’t Stop The Music’ party, 1980

Bill Murray and Gilda Radner, dancing together at the 1978 Valentine’s Day ballBill Murray and Gilda Radner, dancing together at the 1978 Valentine’s Day ball

Blondie Studio 54Blondie

Grace Jones Studio 54Grace Jones

Studio 54 NYEOne New Year’s Eve celebration saw the dance floor covered with four feet of glitter, owner Ian Schrager described it like “standing on stardust”

Andy Warhol and Edie SedgwickAndy Warhol and Edie Sedgwick

Jerry Hall Studio 54 Jerry Hall belting out a tune

Lauren Hutton Studio 54Lauren Hutton

Jerry Hall Andy WarholJerry Hall and Andy Warhol

Pat Cleveland & Jerry HallPat Cleveland & Jerry Hall

Diane von Furstenberg Studio 54Diane von Furstenberg

Brooke Shields and Michael Jackson Studio 54 Brooke Shields and Michael Jackson

Studio 54As a rule, the ticket for admission was an outstanding outfit. Only an enviable sense of style could sway the infamously selective doormen

Grace Jones Studio 54Groovy Grace Jones 1978

Elton John and Diana RossElton John and Diana Ross

Brooke Shields Studio 54 1979Brooke Shields getting down 1979

Studio 54

Jerry Hall & Mick Jagger leaving Studio 54, 1979Jerry Hall & Mick Jagger leaving Studio 54, 1979

Studio 54 NYE

Happy New Year from Josie Stardust!

Party like its 1979 xx



Stardust Muse: Anna Karina


Model, actress and muse to famous new wave french director Jean-Luc Godard. Her story or face may not be as well known as Bardot or Birkin but Karina had a unique effortless style we adore.


Alphaville, 1965



Portrait by Jeanloup Sieff, for Vogue France April 1968

afe145e659a67984661c5738148de464Une Femme est Une Femme photographed by Raymond Cauchetier, 1961



Pierrot le Fou, 1965




Karina in ‘Une Femme est une Femme’, 1961


On the set of Le Petit Soldat


 On her wedding day toJean-Luc Godard by Agnès Varda, 1961








Jean-Luc Godard and Anna Karina at the Berlin International Film Festival, 1961