It’s that time of year again when the air is crisp and the anticipation of snow is upon us all. Here at SHE, we’ve curated the best looks inspired from September’s Fashion Weeks that debuted in New York, London, Milan and Paris. Unsure of what to wear this winter? Head on over to p.10 where we’ve chosen the looks that you can be comfortable and chic in all at once. And yes, you heard right – the ‘60s are indeed back in our closets. Find the revamped mod looks from half a century ago on p. 22. There’s something for everyone in our top-rated wardrobe picks this season.
There’s also a running theme in our October/november issue: beauty and brains. We feature exclusive interviews with successful women who possess both of these qualities. On p. 14 our Executive Editor, Priya Kumar, chats with fashion and business mogul, Caroline Issa. Issa is the face of Monique Péan’s new jewellery line, with whom Kumar was also able to have a one-on-one with. Read more about Péan’s deep-rooted love for jewellery and how she continues to be mindful of the environment at the same time.
A large contributor to our issue’s theme is our cover girl, Aliya-jasmine Sovani. Associate Editor, Harpreet Brar, had the opportunity to sit down with the gorgeous television personality right before her cover shoot with SHE. We learn about her experiences as a host with an ethnic background, along with how she got to where she is today. Flip over to p. 30 where you’ll also find photos from her exclusive shoot.
Celebrate Diwali with the most popular outfits on trend this season–for both women (p.12) and men (p. 58). We also go in-depth about the vibrant and colourful holiday and learn about traditions all over the world in different countries (p. 19).
While this time of year brings an abundance of holiday spirit from different parts of the world, we mustn’t forget about the on-going issues in Israel. SHE Cares has launched a fundraising campaign with Islamic Relief Canada in an effort to raise donations to aid Palestinians who have suffered from the recent events. Head over to p. 71 to learn more about how you can help victims, as well as shemagazine.ca for more information.
Send your thoughts on this issue to be featured in Letters to the Editor to letters@ shemagazine.ca. Before we know it, our much-anticipated Holiday issue will be here. Wishing all of our readers a safe and happy beginning to the holiday season!
The falling temperature, crisp wind, and perhaps some snow makes most people begin to slip into the winter blues. Despite the weather, it’s still autumn, so make sure to stay active and enjoy time out of the house before winter really sets in. SHE online is here to cheer you up this time of year! Keep yourself up-to-date on all of the latest news, from fashion to lifestyle, and everything in between. Just visit our website: www.shemagazine.ca.