Crazy Rich Asian

It took me many years to embrace my Chinese heritage because it was that association: “Crazy Rich Asians” I stood against so much. I knew I could have anything growing up but my parents have firmly taught me, “don’t expect me to give you anything on a silver platter, you must work hard to earn it”. These wise words have played a huge relevance in my life to get to where I am today. I still got a lot to learn and do but today, I’m proud to be an Australian Born Chinese and I thank Maria Grazia Chiuri, the Creative Director of DIOR for celebrating and creating a voice for women like me to embrace my heritage and culture. 

I wear DIOR from the AW18 Youthquake collection.

Photos by Jay Wilde in collaboration with DIOR, at Melbourne’s Collin Street Boutique.



William Franklyn-Miller Streetorial


Hey William, it was a lot of fun getting to know, and working with you. Can you please tell us a little about yourself?

@william.franklyn.miller, Followers: 259K

Age: 12

Your occupation/degree:

School boy, but I model and act 🙂

The word you say too much is:


Describe your personal style in five words:

Street, cool, fashionable, comfortable and stylish

One item of clothing you can’t live without:

All my cool shoes.

Your prized procession is:

My family.

What are your hobbies when you aren’t modelling or acting?

Swimming and basketball.

What is your most memorable modelling or acting job you’ve been on?

A 600 year old castle in England for Hackett was a cool place to shoot.
Also working with Guy Pearce on Jack Irish was good too..

What is the last item of clothing you bought:

Really cool black biker boots ?

Solids or patterns:


Your favourite place in the whole wide world:

Where ever I am at the time.


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stylist // BONNIE KAY

First look 
Tee: Sushi Radio @neverlandstore
Shirt and Jeans: Factorie
Second look
Tee: Sushi radio @neverlandstore
Jeans: Factorie
Hoodie: Stylists own
Third look
Trench Coat: Burberry
Bomber: Hugo Boss
Jeans: Factorie
Shoes: Zara
Fourth look
Tee and shorts: Factorie
Shirt: Stylist’s own
Socks: Uniqlo