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Elle Canada February 2020

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behind the issue

1. Model MARISHA URUSHADZE was a total pro on the New York set of our black-and-white-themed shoot “Polar Vision” (p. 86). The Georgian model loves creating characters in her mind for each look she sports, showcasing the creative spark she’s had since she was young. “As a kid, I used to imagine that I was a dog and ran around on four legs,”she says. “I kind of wish I could do that now.” 2. If digital director VICTORIA DIPLACIDO met the (honorary) monarch of Jaipur when she travelled to India lastyear, that means the entire ELLE Canada team is technically connected to royalty…right? For her full report on what it’s like to stay in an actual palace, head to page 108. 3. Montreal author HEATHER O’NEILL gets personal in her essay “Far…

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editor’s note

Editor-in-Chief Follow me on Instagram and Twitter @vanessacraft. I LOVE A GOOD get-your-life-together-pep-talk Instagram post. One scroll past a comely pastel background with a quote in a calligraphy font and I’m double-tapping faster than you can say “We all have the same number of hours in a day as Beyoncé.” Admittedly, I spend far more time taking screenshots of inspirational career quotes than I do reflecting on said inspirational quotes. But recently, after clicking “follow” on yet another motivational-message account, I realized how easy it is to take these canapé-size bites of information at face value and never pause to consider whether their meaning really holds true. One example that comes to mind is this oft-posted quote: “If you do what you love, you’ll never work a day in your life.” I understand the…

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ON THE RISE It’s 2020—you should know who Hayley Kiyoko is by now. But if her name still doesn’t ring a bell, you’ll surely remember her as one of the stars in Taylor Swift’s pastel-hued “You Need to Calm Down” music video, recognize her catchy pop tunes (Billboard named her career-defining “Girls Like Girls” one of the top 100 songs of the 2010s) or recall her passionate fans heaping praise on her for speaking (and singing) about queer sexuality. Catch her live in Montreal and Toronto (February 22 and 24, respectively) for instant fandom. GENRE BUSTER Another month, another must-see art exhibit at the Vancouver Art Gallery. This time, it’s Inuk artist Shuvinai Ashoona’s Mapping Worlds, opening on February 22. Her drawings are celebrated for giving a nod to traditional Inuit imagery and…

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jennifer aniston

LAST YEAR WAS a big one for Jennifer Aniston. She started producing and starring in a new series called The Morning Show, finally joined Instagram and turned 50, all while the internet was blowing up with rumours of a Friends reunion. “We’re all sort of shocked,” she says of the continued interest in the ’90s sitcom that put her on the map. “No one expected that it would have this long of a shelf life, but we’re thrilled about it. I think it’s incredible!” When we meet up with her at the 1 Hotel in West Hollywood, she’s a vision of classic, effortless style in her white slip dress, strappy sandals and signature undone blowout. “There are not really many trends that I’m following,” she says. “I’m more about great…

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CAMERA ROLL WHAT THE EDITORS GET UP TO ON THE ’GRAM. Just over three years ago, I became the editor of @ELLECanada and my life has been a whirl-wind ever since. ` @vanessacraft editor-in-chief BeigeoisintheCaribbean. ` @jedtallo art director @victoriadiplacido digital director Only wearing custom tuxedos from now on. Thanks, @alfredsung. @elainejyll fashion & market editor Going to spend the next three days taking photos of buildings, enjoy. @patriciakar associate editor PHOTO CREDIT PHOTOGRAPHY, IMAXTREE (STREET STYLE) PHOTO CREDIT…

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fully transparent

WE ARE WITNESSING the final overhaul of “sexy.” Until not too long ago, the fashion industry’s thinly veiled attempts to exalt the female form were, well, pretty transparent. Consider Calvin Klein’s controversial use of an underage Kate Moss in those topless denim ads in the ’90s and perhaps the entirety of Terry Richardson’s near-pornographic oeuvre: These up-until-now-iconic images were born of the male gaze. Looking at the spring/summer 2020 catwalks, though, it seems we’ve turned a corner. Super-sheer, barely-there fabric—historically the sartorial vehicle of choice for designers looking to shock and expose—looked more thoughtful as soft, feminine designs replaced the one-note, nudity-for-nudity’s-sake takes of yesteryear. Seasonal stalwarts Celine and Gucci took on nine-to-five dressing with wispy pussy-bow blouses that allowed just a suggestion of curvature to come through the pastel gossamers.…