Real Style Magazine’s prohibited new Fall 2016 emanate has strictly launched, and stars nothing other than a pleasing Emily Hampshire (page 34) as a cover girl. The 34-year-old Montreal-born star is one of a favourite rising Canadian celebrities, to whom we initial spoke behind in 2010. With films such as The Trotsky and My Awkward Sexual Adventure underneath her belt, Hampshire has been hidden a spotlight on a tiny shade ever since. Most recently, her roles embody Stevie Budd on a strike CBC comedy Schitt’s Creek and Jennifer Goines on SyFy’s 12 Monkeys.
Her subsequent journey is a partial in acclaimed Canadian executive Xavier Dolan’s entrance English denunciation film The Death and Life of John F. Donovan, that will be expelled in 2017. We spoke to a homegrown beauty about her TV roles, her knowledge operative with immature gifted Dolan and her passion for acting.
Along with Hampshire, we also move we an disdainful speak with Irish-Canadian author Emma Donoghue (page 32), who has been distinguished for her bestseller Room. The inclusive author chats with us about her newest novel The Wonder, that hits a shelves this fall.
The changing continue of autumn also means that it’s time for a latest in tumble fashion! Like each issue, we try a hottest runway trends. This time, we check out a rising looks from a tellurian conform capitals, speak shoes engineer Tabitha Simmons (page 74) and admire wealthy velvet designs in A Royal Affair. Meanwhile, a latest Buy Now pages and monumental editorial shoots move we deeper into a season’s many desired fashions.
The chill in a atmosphere also means that it’s time to refurbish your beauty regimen. Our poetic Beauty Insider, Murdoch Mysteries star Hélène Joy (page 42), talks about her tips and tricks for implausible skin, hair and healthy makeup. We demeanour during a many modernized luminary treatments (page 49) for a red carpet, share a must-have tumble products and speak to Toronto-based master hair colourist Luis Pacheco.
As always, a Culture territory brings we a latest in television, books, song and film, with a special concentration on a arriving Toronto International Film Festival movies. With a Just For Laughs 42 Festival approaching, we also speak Toronto-born comedian Sabrina Jalees (page 28).
Enjoy a new issue!