Her taste is consistent- cool and collected, with a hint of Olivia Palermo-esque styling precision. There's no scruffiness in her version of edginess, that's for sure. Standing out for Rose translates as a risk-taking Elie Saab jumpsuit at the SAG Awards (trousers are usually a no-go on the red carpet, but Rose debuted them with heaps of confidence) or citing American cult film "Scarface" as her long-bob inspiration. Her realistic view on Hollywood too sets her apart from her fellow A-listers: "Here in LA the standard of beauty is ridiculous", she says, "I want to be doing this when I'm in my fifties and sixties and this isn't what I'm going to look like!" Judging by her amazing genes, I think she will still look pretty fabulous even then, but her attitude is long-awaited!!
Rose's actual favourite film is "Thelma and Louise"- feisty. Perhaps this brings back fond memories of her teen-hood; Rose admits her biggest fashion faux pas was her Doc Martens/biker jacket stage. Though the Aussie style queen would still inevitably pull off a Cara Delevingne piece of leather, Rose has conjured a signature style that no glossy magazine nor fashion-hearting femme would want to see change. Her look is accessible- Rose herself refers to it as 'low-key'- and even though she describes Valentino and Marc Jacobs as amazing, it's awesome to know that she hasn't lost touch with the real world, with her partiality to high-street and second-hand finds. In fact, take note of Rose's style mantra; I sure will be- "I've stopped dressing for other people. If I think I look good, that's the most important thing." I love this woman!