Swap winter’s dark palettes for an au naturel look framed by bold brows. It’s easy to master the bare-faced look, as seen on the models that walked Marc Jacobs’ runway, you still need the right products and techniques.
Focus attention on your eyes with a subtle sweep of pastel eye shadow. A colour-outside-the-lines approach is on trend and user-friendly.
Like an LBD, black eyeliner and loads of lashes are always in style. For 2015, there’s no one-trend-fits-all — over-the-top cat’s eyes and lean lines were equally popular — but precision is everything.
Nothing makes a look more polished than a pair of pointy pumps and a perfect pencil skirt, and here Jessica Alba shows us how to get it right.
Nestled beneath soaring, snow-covered peaks lies this bustling mountain community, filled with cozy cafés, local brews and outdoor enthusiasts.
You can never go wrong with classic black and white. This season, sleek tailoring and luxe fabrics with modern details like draping, asymmetrical cuts and wrap closures take centre stage. Accessorize with silver, gold and brass. For a dramatic look, go head-to-toe monochromatic in black or white. This is investment dressing at it’s best.
From clever cookware to a decadent new cookbook (just in time for Valentine’s Day), these are the goods our food team is talking about now.
Violinist and Grammy nominee Sarah Neufeld finds the perfect balance between running a yoga studio and joining a rock ‘n’ roll circus.
Sometimes you want to throw dinner into one pan – no muss, no fuss. Don’t have the right one at home? Try adding one of these affordable skillets to your kitchen arsenal.
From cool navy clutches to chic metal cuffs, we can’t get enough of these fashionable finds
This ready-for winter February issue is filled with beautiful photos and stories. Our genius kitchen