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Elle Canada June 2020

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june 2020 behind the issue

1. Yes, art director JED TALLO likes long walks on the beach—and he especially likes them sans jacket. So, obviously, he took full advantage of the Santa Monica setting and its mild “winter” climate, sneaking away for some alone time the morning before our cover shoot with Sandra Oh. 2. Swedish stylist MARTINA NILSSON didn’t realize she was taking the sandy beach for granted while on the set of our “Set Free” shoot (p. 78), but after practising weeks of physical distancing, she now realizes what a luxury it was. “Because the world has stopped, we have time to think and breathe,” she says. “My hope is that [after this] we become smarter, kinder and more creative—[especially] when it comes to what we wear.” 3. Writer SARAH MACDONALD loves the Toronto Raptors…

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editor’s note

Editor-in-Chief Follow me on Instagram and Twitter @vanessacraft. WE SHOT THIS MONTH’S cover—the second-to-last photo of the day—at the beginning of March on a hotel rooftop in Santa Monica. It was taken during “golden hour,” that magical time just before sunset, known by professional photographers and selfie-takers alike for having the softest, prettiest and most flattering natural light you can get. It was quite the classic “fashion” moment, with a crew of stylists and assistants, a photographer, hair and makeup artists and, of course, our inimitable star, Sandra Oh herself, all entirely focused on one goal: to catch that precious light before it faded. This was an all-hands-on-deck situation. A hotel security guard held back curious bystanders and a large metal gate that kept swinging into the photographer’s sightline; an assistant scrambled to…

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june

Bright Light It’s been five years since Ellie Goulding last put out an LP, and during that time, the British pop star has learned a lot. “I’ve [worked] to get to a place where I respect and love myself more; it sounds like such a simple thing, but it was an awakening,” she says of her still untitled upcoming album (out on June 5). “In the past, I tried to be more generic and cover myself up as a songwriter. [But now] I’m not holding anything back.” Top Shelf From the visually striking geometric Mondrian shift dress to the groundbreaking femininely tailored pantsuit, YVES SAINT LAURENT: THE IMPOSSIBLE COLLECTION is a voyage into the mind of the French couturier. In the newest addition to Assouline’s exclusive collection of handcrafted volumes, fashion journalist and…

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natasha rothwell

WHEN I GET ON THE PHONE with writer-actor-comedian Natasha Rothwell, we’re both nearing the end of two weeks of self-isolating because of the coronavirus pandemic. So far, the 39-year-old is managing okay—after all, much of her off-screen work is done in solitude. “I’m definitely not as regimented,” she says. “But it’s nice to be able to maintain some kind of daily routine so the days don’t all bleed together. I don’t think I’m writing my King Lear though.” You never know, I respond. Especially where Rothwell is concerned. Her big break in the industry came in 2015, when she was hired as a writer on Saturday Night Live. That gig helped her capture the attention of an HBO exec, who introduced her to Issa Rae, the creator of Insecure, a…

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go long

THIS SUMMER, IT SEEMS like there are Bermuda shorts for all—and all are for Bermuda shorts. Trotted out in khaki at The Row, in fuchsia at Valentino and in a soft lavender at Max Mara, this modest style is a great equalizer, wearing surprisingly well on soccer moms, dads with dad bods and their kids—not to mention hype-obsessed gen-Zers, who sport it along with their bucket hats and Balenciaga sneakers. These shorts, it seems, are an objectively democratic style fit for a world in which the traditional concepts of formality, age and gender seem increasingly irrelevant and outdated. Though they feel particularly fresh these days, Bermuda shorts, like many enduring wardrobe staples such as the bomber jacket and cargo pants, actually started out around a century ago as military gear. As…

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all hands on deck

ELLIE MAE STUDIOS Mental health is an area that needs a spotlight on it during these challenging times. “I have people to talk to when I struggle, but after chatting with my friend at Kids Help Phone, I quickly learned that there are a lot of people out there who don’t,” says Ellie Mae Waters. The Toronto-based designer was so inspired by her conversation that she created a special collection in support of the organization, which is Canada’s only 24-7 national service focused on providing mental-health support and resources to youth. The handcrafted accessories—scrunchies, pocket squares and ties in a cheerful floral pattern chosen specifically to “break the ice”—helped raise over $30,000. Knix When Knix CEO Joanna Griffiths’ brother, who is a doctor, shared concerns that his hospital was running low on PPE,…