The women's fashion bible, American Vogue and surfboards aren't generally mentioned in the same sentence.
And, at the same time, there is little relationship between Forster and the United States.
However, Forster mum and business woman, Jada Stanley has managed to marry the two.
Through a collaboration with the iconic publication, Jada, who grew up in Taree, has release a range of specially designed surfboards from her Nusa Indah Surfboard company
Together, American Vogue and Nusa Indah Surfboards have created three cover-inspired, performance surfboards to bring the popular Australian surf scene to the streets of New York and beyond.
"I spent hours trawling through Vogue's archives to bring you three vintage covers that would translate into luxurious, high gloss collector's edition surfboards," Jada told the Great Lakes Advocate.
"These one-of-a-kind surfboards were designed with equal emphasis on aesthetics and performance in the water."
The decks of the boards feature vintage Vogue covers by world-renowned artists, Eduardo Garcia Benito, Salvador Dali and Georges Lepape, with colour-matched pinlines, finished with a 6 oz + 4 oz fibreglass cloth combination.
Nusa Indah's high-performance shortboard design, in a beautiful high gloss finish, is also the brand's most popular choice for architectural applications and interior decor.
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Nusa Indah's Australian team of craftsmen, who have more than 30 years shaping experience, have hand-finished the custom 6'1 shortboards.
The boards are perfect for the intermediate and experienced surfer and will be right at home in a myriad of conditions, making it the ultimate all-rounder and travel board, Jada says.
All boards arrive with fins and a protective cotton board slip.
The three designs were showcased and launched to the world at a swanky cocktail party in New York earlier this month.
Jada's previous collaborations have included exclusive Italian resort wear, Le Sirenuse, and one with Lulu DK for luxury hotel, The Cove Atlantis, in the Bahamas.
Jada's story was featured in this month's edition of American Vogue.
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