Western Living Magazine
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Some of our favourite OMG moments flipping through the archives.
We tend not to cover much fashion these days in the magazine (save for our celebration of the West's most talented fashion minds in our annual Designers of the Year awards), but that hasnt always been the case. Throughout the years, the magazine has dabbled in sartorial coverageand while the looks may not all have aged well, the timeless creativity of the art team still shines through.
In this September 2000 photo shoot, saturated, tiled backdrops were made possiblewith then-new photo composite technology.
In April 1984, life was a khaki dream.
Wide belts, bracelets and baubles represented the best of '80s excess in our January 1987 issue.