The long-awaited sunny season is upon us, and to celebrate we have a line up of the best in fashion. Executive Editor Priya Kumar covers the hottest runway trends internationally, ranging from Burberry London’s recent showing in Los Angeles (pg. 90) to Luxury Bridals at Aashni + Co (pg. 20). In an exclusive Q&A Priya sits down with fashion’s girl-of-the-moment, supermodel Gigi Hadid who talks make up, Maybelline and more with us (pg. 38).
Associate Editor Zarmina Rafi reaches out to GTA based designer duo, sisters Sonu and Puneet of the Indo-canadian label, Sant Lafleur (pg. 14). In this issue we cover the best in men’s fashion beginning with Toronto Men’s Fashion Week (pg. 52) which took place in our very own city, Toronto in April this year.
While we like to keep our readers abreast of the latest in fashion, lifestyle and entertainment, it is also our mandate to bring relevant social commentary to our readership. Priya Kumar reports on the controversy behind Leslee Udwin’s charged documentary, India’s Daughter (pg. 66) and on page 24 we talk with Dina El Kassaby of the humanitarian organization, WFP that currently runs much needed food campaigns in Syria, Yemen and Nepal.
Lastly, for those of you making summer travel plans we have a handy guide that lists our top hotel picks within Canada, as well as internationally. To find out where to get the most bang for your travelling buck turn to page 30.
We would like to wish our readers a blessed Ramadan and a happy Father’s Day in advance. Looking forward to your continued support.
Well it’s officially summer! The time to get outside, put some tunes on and crank up that barbecue grill! It’s also the ultimate season for getting creative with your fashion, whether it is in all-whites or in something inspired by the patterns and fabrics of South Asia. With Father’s Day just around the corner why not consider gifting a subscription of SHE Canada to friends and family? You’ll find an array of style guides, fashion how-tos, and the best in lifestyle and entertainment beginning now, moving right into fall.