ED­I­TORS’ NOTE

WHAT THE ELLE CANADA TEAM IS MOST EX­CITED ABOUT FOR FALL.

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“See­ing Saint Pablo. The con­cert, not the baby. Though that would be pretty cool too.” – Brit­tany Ec­cles “Ev­ery fall, I look for­ward to the re­turn of my bordeaux-coloured wool beret, but this year I’ll take a whim­si­cal spin on a clas­sic as I em­bel­lish it with lit­tle pins and brooches.” – Danielle Camp­bell ( See page 128) “With Raf Simons tak­ing the helm at Calvin Klein and Maria Grazia Chi­uri now head­ing up Dior, I’m prac­ti­cally giddy for run­way sea­son to start.” – Lisa Gui­mond (Get the in­side scoop at ELLECanada.com.) “Vic­to­ria Beck­ham’s new makeup col­lec­tion is as glam as she is. Ear­lier this year, I came this close to a run-in with her hus­band, David, out­side her Lon­don bou­tique. That near miss will be hard to get over.” – Vanessa Craft (See page 162) “I am a fra­grance junkie: I have no fewer than 10 bot­tles on my van­ity, and I can’t wait to add more to my col­lec­tion this fall.” – Mar­jorie Dun­ham-Landry (See page 164) “I can’t say no to adding a few inches to my petite frame. Bless this fall’s sky-high plat­form trend.” – Elaine Jyll Re­gio (See page 68) “I love fall book fes­ti­vals. I’m sad to be miss­ing Word­fest (Oc­to­ber 7 to 17) in my home­town of Calgary, but I’ll be check­ing out Toronto’s In­ter­na­tional Fes­ti­val of Au­thors (Oc­to­ber 20 to 30).” – Christina Reynolds (See page 84) “The beauty trends I saw back­stage at my first Paris Fash­ion Week didn’t dis­ap­point. I’m par­tic­u­larly happy about the re­turn of glit­ter and the anti-‘In­sta­gram brow.’ (Just say no to over­groomed brows.)” – Vic­to­ria DiPlacido (See page 172) “Poké­mon GO may have been the trendi­est game of the sum­mer, but this fall it’s all about Celebrity GO—I’ll be at TIFF in Toronto to catch all the celebs.” – Brian Flem­ing (Go to ELLECanada.com for our in­sid­ers guide to TIFF.) “I love all things pump­kin (EX­CEPT pump­kin spice lat­tes—partly be­cause I just can’t be that ba­sic), so in-sea­son pump­kin pie/bread/soup will be my con­so­la­tion prize as I mourn the end of sum­mer.” – Ciara Rickard “My at­tempts at fash­ion DIY projects start with the best in­ten­tions (patches! grom­mets!) but end up in­com­plete in a desk drawer. This sea­son’s cus­tom­ized, decked-out denim has me itch­ing to get cre­ative again. No fear.” – Liz Gu­ber (See page 58) “Hey guys, re­mem­ber JoJo? No, not the most re­cent Bach­e­lorette—the crazy-tal­ented late’00s R&B star who couldn’t make any new mu­sic for seven years be­cause of con­tract is­sues. Well, she’s fi­nally re­leas­ing a new record on Oc­to­ber 14.” – Sarah Laing “Long work­days, about a mil­lion bach­e­lorette par­ties and the boot camp I prob­a­bly shouldn’t have com­mit­ted to have left me burned out. This fall, I want to slow down and re­set.” – Carli Whitwell (See page 184) “This sea­son’s fear­less styling has in­spired me to step out­side my ‘uni­form dress­ing’ mind­set and try mix­ing vin­tage and ro­man­tic items into my util­i­tar­ian wardrobe. Baby steps!” – Ju­liana Schi­av­inatto (See page 128) n

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