The February Issue

In this magazine the editors give previews of 2011 collections in New York, London, Paris and Milan. Reading all the details given on these glossy pages makes you feel like you’re not actually sitting at home in pajamas, but being right there, sitting in the front row in four different fashion capitals of the world.

The article called ‘Chanel, Chérie’ by Sarah Casselman delivered that same feeling. Casselman tells about when she was invited by the house of Chanel to discover the haute couture fall/winter 2010/11 collection. Can you imagine what that was like?! Cloud nine is right.
Taylor Swift is the new fresh face of Covergirl for 2011. She was a good choice.
 The photo shoots called ‘Private Lives’ were inspired by the lives of Canadian designers. Designers ranging from Pink Tartan to Denis Gagnon were asked questions like “What did you want to be when you grew up?” and “What would you be if you weren’t a designer?” The answers were a delight to read some were shocking. For example, I found out that Michael Thomas wanted to be a farmer when he grew up.

Leighton Meester’s interview with Jason Anderson invited me into the world of a very busy model-turned actress.
The shops section is never a disappointment, because this time along with Patricia Gajo’s Montreal Notes, I found these lovely accessories too.



None of the photos are mine unless they are taken by me and if not, there is always credit given to whoever the photo belongs to.