Together they want to raise awareness and gain support using the hashtag #WeCanDoThis, in the hopes that the nation’s leaders will take note of the majority who are in favour of same-sex marriage.
As Julia Morris says in one ad, “We’ve waited long enough,” and “Everybody deserves to be equal.” Meanwhile in another clip, Priscilla, Queen of the Desert‘s Hugo sums it up quite simply with, “It makes sense. It’s about giving everyone a fair go.” (more…)
#FreeTheNipple advocate Miley Cyrus might cop some flak about the kind of photos and twerk moves she shares with the world, but the star makes a very strong case in saying her behaviour is no worse than token-sweet-girl Taylor Swift‘s.
Appearing on the cover of Marie Claire US, Miley said she doesn’t get “the whole violence revenge thing” in Taylor’s popular music video “Bad Blood”, which sees Taylor plot a deadly revenge on her nemesis.
“That’s supposed to be a good example?” the 22-year-old asked. “And I’m a bad role model because I’m running around with my titties out? I’m not sure how titties are worse than guns,” she continued.
InStylehit a home run last month after tapping Eva Longoria for the August issue. Now, as the magazine gears up for the release of its huge September issue, Anne Hathaway is unveiled as its latest cover conquest. Photographed by Michelangelo Di Battista and styled by Melissa Rubini, the actress looks regal and sophisticated wearing an elegant creation from Christian Dior. This is certainly a cover that could get us in the mood for those blockbuster September issues that are about to smash into our mailboxes.
Forum members were pleasantly surprised at InStyle‘s offering. “I actually love that cover! Anne looks lovely, red looks so good on her,” admired SallyAlbright immediately.
“I don’t like Anne but that one is a nice cover,” admitted fluxxx.
Also impressed with the shot was tigerrogue. “She looks so keen, as if there’s something she really has to tell me. And then I realized how rare it is, that I feel any sort of connection with a cover girl. But those big eyes are looking at me,” she wrote in appreciation for the chosen cover image.
Most of our forum members have taken a shine to Vogue Russia‘s latest unveiling — even though the cover gives us major flashbacks to the 1990s. Natasha Poly fronts the September issue, photographed by Patrick Demarchelier, and models a leopard print coat from Louis Vuitton before a rather contrasting orange studio backdrop. Reminder to the staff at Vogue Russia: this is 2015 people.
Natasha’s presence clearly saved the day. “Natasha looks beautiful, but somehow this looks cheap and dated,” said jeffandtheworld right away.
“I think the orange background makes it look dated. Natasha looks fab as always, but the rest is meh,” Nymphaea replied.
KateTheGreatest, agreed, echoing, “I don’t like the background colors but Natasha looks perfect – as always!”
Sharing the same sentiments was justaguy: “She looks so beautiful here. Too bad they ruined it with the dated looking burnt orange background.”
Although the magazine must have done something right. “A 90s flashback is good for me. She just beams radiance!” Aedlacir raved.
“Gorgeous cover! Great colors and a smashing close up! Great cover from VR!” praised miguelalmeida.
“Finally! I just love it! It’s going to be the first Russian Vogue I’m buying,” announced a more than satisfied Oxymore.
Impressed? See Natasha’s cover story and add your own two cents here.
The end of summer may be near, but that doesn’t mean we have to stop enjoying the outdoors. And who doesn’t love a farmers market? Always one step ahead of the game, Club Monaco opened a fresh farmers market right outside its Toronto flagship store on Bloor Street, the first of its kind.
Image: Courtesy of Club Monaco
Open seven days a week, we highly recommend that you come ready to indulge. You’ll find coffee, flowers, artisan baked goods, ice cream and organic salads from some of Toronto’s finest. (more…)