The steamy campaign stars Vittoria Ceretti and Canadian Simon Nessman.
“I think that people try too hard to separate their life and their social media. I’m not bothered by scrolling as much as I do.”
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It’s official! The Canadian YouTube celeb, LGBTQ+ activist (and our August 2017 cover star!) Gigi Gorgeous has officially tied the knot. The beauty guru married her long-time girlfriend: activist, model and fashion designer Nats Getty, on July 12 at the Rosewood Miramar Beach in Montecito, California. Gigi wore a dreamy white strapless Michael Costello gown […]
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Fleabag, When They See Us and Russian Doll also scored some well-deserved nods.
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The decision follows a host of racist controversies that have plagued the fashion industry this year.
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With summer escapes on our mind we’ve teamed up with TravelPro to help make your summer travel plans even better. Ten lucky winners will receive a TravelPro bag to use on their next adventure. Whether your heading to the cottage, packing your favourite festival looks or getting ready to cut across continents, pack your bag […]
If you’re looking to start exercising but have no clue where to start, we’ve got you covered. Over the next few weeks we’ve asked Toronto-based trainer Emma Brown to put together a series of at-home routines, including this beginner-friendly 10-minute lower body workout. Not convinced 10 minutes is enough time to feel a burn in […]
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“After decades in the business, Michael Kors is an overnight sensation in both New York and Paris.”
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“It takes a lot more land, water, sun, energy and labour to produce plant-based products because we’re actually taking resources from the earth.”
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Bumble and Bumble Surf Spray and John Frieda Beach Blonde Ocean Waves created an entirely new hair product category and inspired countless spinoffs.
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Amanda Barker and Dale Boyer, the longtime friends behind the inventive new play/clothing swap fittingly titled Clotheswap, have had their own Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants moment. In the 15+ years that they’ve been attending swaps together, Barker has amassed almost all of Boyer’s jeans. “The first swap that she ever had I couldn’t believe […]
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“I think that bras are a very small piece in giving women and trans people that confidence and dignity they need to take on the challenges they face.”
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This new BBC/HBO limited series is a terrifying, chill-inducing look at our imminent future—but it’s also witty and full of warmth.
The post <em>Years And Years</em> is the Most Stressful Show on TV. Here’s Why You Should Be Watching appeared first on FASHION Magazine.
Ari Aster’s Midsommar is the latest horror flick scaring the bejeezus out of moviegoers thanks to its combination of ominous tension, graphic violence and strikingly beautiful cinematography. A rural Swedish village acts as the film’s unlikely backdrop, providing the movie with a bright colour palette and an appealing minimal aesthetic. Cults and sacrifices aside, one of […]
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Tsst, tsst, tsst. That’s the sound that accompanies the wondrous feel of a fine veil of freshening moisture falling onto your face.
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If you were to track my lipstick evolution, you would see it started at frosted pink in my early teens, had a brief stopover with red (L’Oreal’s “British Red Coat”) during an angsty goth phase, and by my early 20s, I was fully committed to 90s brick red brown like everyone else. (Side note: before […]
Let me guess: you’re having a bad day. Maybe you’ve run out of sunscreen, or you spilled coffee down your white shirt dress, or suddenly every piece of technology you own is turning against you. How did I know? Because it’s happening to everyone. Across the globe, millions of people are falling to their knees, […]
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Even today, when a woman is named creative director of a fashion house, it still counts as big news. Yet we barely bat an eye when we encounter talented male stylists, male hairdressers and male buyers dressing women. That’s not to say women aren’t in menswear, they are. Swear. There just aren’t a lot of […]
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What’s a picnic in the park or a summer barbecue without a delicious glass of wine with your meal? Here, we’re taking a look at the best summer wines of 2019 with Heather McDougall, general manager of Toronto restaurant Montecito. Whether you’re into rosé, white or red, here are the best summer wines of 2019 […]
The 12-piece collection includes tabi-shaped bottle opener keychains and a handbag crafted out of a tabi ballet flat.
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Darby Milbrath has only been painting professionally for three years, yet her work has already caught Hedi Slimane’s attention.
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We’ve teamed up with Marc Jacobs Fragrances to giveaway Daisy Love Eau So Sweet to one lucky winner. Eau so Sweet is a perfect balance between fruity and floral with notes of sparkling white raspberry, daisy tree petals and delicate sugar musk making it an irresistible scent for Summer. In order to enter, please follow […]
“When the verdict finally came, I was, of course, scared, but also relieved: It meant that all of these years of curious pain and fatigue were real.”
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Two FASHION staffers discuss whether Ansari’s comeback is controversial, and what we hope he addresses in his new comedy special.
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Taking place a good three months before fashion’s traveling circus rolls through New York, London, Milan and Paris, Paris Couture Week serves as a crystal ball to peer into some of the trends we can expect later in the year. Though “couture” isn’t usually synonymous with “trendy” – these clothes are one-of-a kind and bespoke […]
The 24-year-old Egyptian-Canadian is one of the new faces of Sephora’s national campaign.
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Imagine finding a VHS cassette where a Françoise Hardy concert had been dubbed over with a west coast rap music video. What you might get between the TV static is 23-year-old Lolo Zouaï’s debut album High Highs to Low Lows. The Brooklyn-based artist’s music deftly melds her French and Algerian background with the musical influence […]
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