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7EVEN GEORGE PROMISE - EDITOR-IN-CHIEF MANUEL DOFFOU - CREATIVE DIRECTOR ORNELLA KONDO - FASHION EDITOR COURTNEY PALMER - FASHION CONTRIBUTOR LISA THIBODEAU - FASHION CONTRIBUTOR HOLLIE NASH - LIFESTYLE CONTRIBUTOR SARAH KENZI - LIFESTYLE CONTRIBUTOR ZANDILE CHIWANZA - COPY EDITOR OLIVIA CARTER - COPY EDITOR ASSISTANT ANITA-HOSANNA KANGABE -TALENT SCOUT SYMONE EVANS - PR DIRECTOR

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Editor’s Letter Oh Summer, how we wish we could have you forever. You make everything bright and lively once again. Summer is the time for infinite fun where the days seem to last forever and the spirit of fashion blooms. Summer never seems to last for long. It’s always over within a blink of an eye and we don’t really get the chance to experience its brilliance.. Now that we have the sun by our side, why don’t we get our adrenaline pumping and shake out some fun. “ Adrenaline “ is a substance that is released in the body of a person who is feeling a strong emotion (such as excitement ) and that causes the heart to beat faster and gives the person more energy. This issue, entitled adrenaline, is filled with captivating editorials as well as vibrant colors that scream summer-time. From beauty editorials to color blocking, our readers are sure to feel the adrenaline in every editorial in this issue and keep reading till the end. I would like to show my sincere appreciation to everyone who helped make this issue a wonderful one. Without you, there would be no Krowd. We hope you enjoy this issue and we wish you a good read! George Promise

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CONTENTS Fawn Response Team and Contributors Editor’s Letter Contents

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FASHION

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BEAUTY

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INDEX

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Girl on the go Behind closed doors Stay Wild Stripes Erica on fashion Fast Lane INFATUATION Fashion & Dance Dazed My Style Chic Plastic Pumped 5 Lip trends Rebel Rebel Glitch Color Pop

ADRENALINE The cover: As still as an image but yet in motion - Yerim Ko (Ford Models) is captured in a jump stance by Nikolas Christian Williams (Nik William Photography). Styled by Jacob X Jordan, Makeup by Cynthia Bautista, Hair by Abel Son. The session is assisted by Stuart Clawson and Cynthia Bautista - Pedram Couture, Emmett, Aé-Teé, Eleanore Couture, Sanyae Demure, Michael NGO, SHOKRA provided by The Archives & Showroom. In My Air, Grey City, 12 Ten, Aeneas Erlking provided by DietchPR.

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Skirt & top - A.YA Design Headband - Maison Michel Handbag - PRADA


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ON THE GO Photographer Alex Nazarov (www.AlexNazarov.com) Model: Alina Gracheva (Avant Models Russia) Make-up/hair: Tatiana Ganou Stylist: Elena Shishkina


Skirt, top & hat - A.YA Design Shoes - Christian Louboutin Earrings - Tamarzizt


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he 21st century’s acceptance, adaptation and approach to digital technology has severely impacted how we look at fashion and how style is evolving. Take a moment to think about it. From online shopping to an outfit of the day post on Instagram, fashion shows with geotagged locations on Snapchat and fashion design depicting technologically innovative silhouettes. It is a networked culture as some would say from production to showcasing the latest trends, we are influenced and are equally the influencers as we set a new status quo. Karl Lagerfeld once said, “ Fashion is about two things; the evolution and the opposite.” And when it comes to changing the status quo no one said it better than the legend, Iris Apfel, “When you don’t dress like everyone else you don’t have to think like everyone else.” And then Kanye said, “I went to look at your Twitter, and you were wearing cool pants.”

Skirt & bag - Red Valentino Top - Libellulas Shoes - Christian DIOR Headband - Deepa Gurnani

Digital encompasses and depicts our current networked culture. Social media is at the core of our fashion evolution. We are a generation that is constantly online so much so that Facebook’s CEO, Mark Zuckerberg has said that it is an everyday norm for the current generation to over share lives on social media through multiple platforms. Therefore naturally we speak and understand fashion through digital too. With ideas like #squadgoals #vibes and #onfleek at

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the epicentre of our fashion decade and influencers like the Kardashian/ Jenner clan taking the wheel and conceptualizing new norms. We even speak about issues surrounding the fashion industry through online campaigns from fast fashion to ethical fashion or Eco-friendly fashion we are educating and empowering within the industry through technology and online discourse. Tech is not only shaping approaches to trends but defining how we speak about it and express it. The 50’s had the fluffy skirt, 60’s fashion was influenced by artists of the decade and funky patterns, the 70’s were for the polyester lovers, 80’s was for disco, spandex and bright colors. The 90’s were for Britney and Clueless, and the 2000’s began an era of jelly shoes, vans and skinny jeans. We add to it #swag and everything that goes along with it. Evolution is inevitable, it has a lot to do with people, what’s trending and the what is being said. We are celebrating fashion through tech, we are sharing style through tech, we are changing trends through tech and setting the new fashion status quo for the decade through tech. Just look at Rihanna’s latest collaboration with Dior on a sunglasses line. - Sameera Afzaal


Dress - A.YA Design Bag - Sophie Hulme Shoes - Azzedine Alaia Ring - Saint Laurent


Dress - A.YA Design Bag - Rodo Shoes - Miu Miu Bracelet - Dolce & Gabbana Earrings - Marni


behind CLOSED DOORS Photographer: Brogan McNab, Model: Katya - Peggi Lepage Wardrobe Stylist: Nicole Contador, Makeup/Hair: Holly Kurmis, Location: Apartment 200


Blazer - TOPSHOP Pants - TOPSHOP Shoes - TOWN SHOES


Vest - ARITZIA Dress - MENDOCINO Boots - TOWN SHOES


Blouse - TOPSHOP Skirt - ARITZIA Body chain - TOPSHOP


Dress - ZARA Bracelet - TOPSHOP

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Bodysuit - ZARA Shirt - ZARA Necklace - TOPSHOP Bracelets - TOPSHOP


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Vest - ZARA Bodysuit - MENDOCINO Boots - TOWN SHOES


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STAY W I L D Photography: Jae Feinberg, Hair&Makeup: Taryn Miller, Wardrobe styling: Jae Feinberg, Angie Seymour, Model: Ariel (AMTI Ottawa)


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Dress- White Satin

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Fur Vest - Original Punk

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STRIPES Photographer: Laura Arwen Berg Creative Director: Christopher Massardo Fashion Stylist: Alyssa Beltempo Makeup & Hair: Maureen Posadas


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Romper: Lace and Beads Rings: ALDO


Bodysuit: vintage Moto Jacket: Modern Citizen Necklace: vintage


Shirt: Ted Baker Leather Jacket: Kenneth Cole Reaction Pants: Topman Belt: EXPRESS

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Underwear: Calvin Klein Jeans: EXPRESS Boots: Hunter


Top and Pants: Ted Baker Bodysuit: American Apparel Shoes: Vince


Photographer: Brittany Gawley Feature: ERICA WARK Written by: Lisa Thibodeau


ERICA ON FASHION

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hen it comes to running the Canadian fashion game, Erica Wark seems to have a pretty good handle on things. Between her website, on-air appearances and styling expertise, she has cornered the fashion industry- a passion she says she comes by honestly. “I’ve been enamored by fashion for as long as I can remember. My grandmother was an excellent seamstress and creating things from scratch,” Wark said. “I made my grade 8 grad dress, I designed my own prom dress that my cousin then created for me. I guess it’s something that’s been a part of me and my family for a very long time.” The actual business of styling can be tricky, since there is no obvious way to prepare for it; no clear cut college degree, or how-to book. Wark says the basic understanding of how to piece together looks is something you are born with, something that comes naturally. The practical aspect of it is really learned by being hands on, and asking questions. Much of Wark’s experience was gained through a variety of fashion business ventures. During university, she worked as a model, gaining valuable on-set experience, which showed her the ins-and-outs of the industry. Her time working in retail also allowed her to practice styling on all types of bodies and personalities. “Becoming a stylist was a truly organic experience. In a way, all these seemingly small choices in my life prepared me for the job I have today,” she said. Much like any job, Wark has a number of daily tasks she needs to keep on top of, including having a watchful eye on the latest emerging trends from all around the globe. With social media, she said it’s becoming so much easier for everyone to stay on trend, and see what designers are up to.

“We’re so lucky to live in an age of technology where information is instant. No matter where you are in the world, you can watch the runways of Paris, New York, Milan or London live as it’s happening, getting your fashion fix any time of the day,” she said. Like any master of their craft, stylists often have a tool kit on hand in case of emergencies. For anyone wondering what tricks you might find in a styling kit, Wark has her favourite go-to items including a sewing kit, double sided tape, nipple covers and some heavy duty wet wipes. When it comes to her own personal style, Wark says the list of designers on her radar is endless, and can often change with the season. She does however like to keep her eye on the homegrown talent. “There are so many incredible designers right here (or originally from) Canada- Kirk Pickersgill and Stephen Wong of Greta Constantine, Tanya Taylor, Lucian Matis, Rachel Sin, Matthew Gallagher, Mikhael Kale, Erdem, the talented team behind Mackage Eran Elfassy and Elisa Dahan, Christie Smythe and Andrea Lenczner of Smythe… the list goes on and on,” she said. Despite her ever growing success in the fashion world, Wark says that happiness should always be a top priority. She finds her real success has been in finding a fulfilling career that allows her to help others in whatever way she can. “Finding that happiness isn’t easy – it takes hard work, dedication and most importantly failure,” she said. “There’s no road to success without failing along the way – and sometimes that’s the fun of it.” Adrenaline - 67


Dresses: Who What Wear X Target Blazer: Cape by Elliatt Fur: Stole by Zara


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Dresses: Who What Wear X Target

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Tops by Who What Wear X Target


Dress: Who What Wear X Target Fur Coat: Michael Brambila


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Dress: Who What Wear X Target Black Coat: Stylist own


INFA TUA TION Photographed: Nikolas Christian Williams Model: Yermin Ko (Ford Models) Styled: Jacob X Jordan Hair: Abel Son Makeup: Cynthia Bautista

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Dress: In My Air Jewelry: Aé-Teé Shoes: Grey City


Jumpsuit: Pedram Couture Shoes: Emmett


Clothing: Sanyae Demure Shoes: Grey City


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Clothing 12 Ten


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Dress: Eleanore Couture Shoes: Emmett


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Clothing: 12 Ten Shoes: Emmett Ring: Aé-Teé


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Jumpsuit: Michael NGO


Fashion & Dance Although different, fashion and dance reside in the same neighbourhood of artistic expression.

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n the 1920s, also known as the ‘Roaring Twenties’, the term “flapper” was assigned to the generation of young, Western, upper and middle class women who dared to divert from what was deemed appropriate for them. The flappers were those women who utilized their fashion to send a resounding message that even though their society was drenched in patriarchy it would not define or determine their lives. The term “flapper”, first used in Great Britain after World War I, came to define a movement towards liberation. Flappers would wear short skirts and have short, bobbed hair. A flapper would smoke, drink, dance, and if she were White she would also vote. She would play sport and break gender barriers. She attended parties, remained confident, and would dance all night long. Societal rules were of no burden to her and this was shown in her actions, and expressed through her clothing. Flappers expressed their love of liberation and independence through their fashion during a time of obligatory modesty. Raven Wilkinson was one of the first Black ballerinas to join a ballet company. Janet Collins was the first Black woman to dance on stage with the Metropolitan Ballet. Wilkinson faced harsh racism and resentment from individuals in the South when she danced with the Ballets Russes de Monte Carlo. The racism was so overt that Wilkinson was made to pose as a White woman, painting her face white when dancing with the Ballets Russes de Monte Carlo. This racist experience was so common. Wilkinson and Collins both dealt with the same harsh reality due to being Black ballerinas (and some of the firsts) at the same ballet company. The expression of dance for these women is the powerful message of their story of triumph in the face of tribulation. Wilkinson went on to dance with the Dutch National Ballet and Collins went on to dance with the Metropolitan Ballet. Despite the roadblocks, these women were persistent enough to succeed because of the love they had for ballet and dance.

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These women expressed the true power of inclusivity through dance, and through being Black women gracing a previously white-dominated stage and sector within society. They started a necessary revolution that we still celebrate today. Whether high class or low-class, a fox trot or a booty shake, fashion and dance express a multitude of feelings, emotions, and sometimes even resistance. Iconic artist and MUVA, Beyoncé, recently highlighted the resounding power, balance, and collaboration of fashion and dance with her critically acclaimed visual-album LEMONADE. In her music video for her lead single Formation, viewers watched as a young Black boy danced in front of a line of militarized police men while wearing a black hoodie draped over his head. The dancer being Black and carefree represented Trayvon Martin – a young boy who was murdered in Florida by police officer George Zimmerman. Beyoncé utilized dancing and fashion to express the outrage that she and the Black community share over the constant murders and mistreatment of Black individuals worldwide, and especially in the United States. In this sense like many notable others, fashion and dance converged into one. Fashion and dance live as distant neighbours. For the sake of art, and for the sake of expression, they make sure to greet one another, every now and then. -By: Annette Ejiofor.

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DAZED Photography by Max Jamali Styling by Chloe Sugar Hair and Makeup by Melanie Viger Model: Garnet - Spot 6 Management White top: Zara, Vest: sanctuary Pants: zara

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MY STYLE Photographers: Fitch Jean, Kerbens Boisette, Kosi Uchendu Makeup: Skukura Clarke, Maureen Tenniola

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Stacey Wangai For the most part my style is my own interpretation of things that inspire me. Currently it’s 70s fashion because of That 70s Show. Otherwise, I keep it pretty simple with a slight edge. -Student

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Stefan O. Keyes My style is a gentle combination of an urban inner-city upbringing and the sophistication of a young professional. It’s an attempt of staying true to where I come from as well as where I’m headed. Some looks pay tribute to my Caribbean heritage; while others speak to my career aspirations. In any case, my style is influenced but never copied -- meaning you won’t see me trying to borrow or replicate someone else’s look. -News Anchor Adrenaline - 117


Marilou Moles My style is both Classic and Polished. Though I love the free-spirit Bohemian look, the truth is, I gravitate towards structure and well-fitted silhouettes that hides the flaw and celebrates the body instead! I LOVE iconic looks and tend to get inspiration from strong and successful women! -Founder/Creative director of Twenty York

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Maurice Moore As an artist, fashion is one of the many creative mediums I use to express myself. I let my style exude all of who I am - whether it be poppy colors to display my playful youthful energy, edgy cuts showing my bold and rebellious ways of thinking, street punk edge as a reflection of where I am from, or my sneaker choice. Everything I wear is a precise representation of who I am in that moment. My style is an extension of myself so rather than identifying with common styles like “urban” or “preppy” I choose to use fashion more loosely and let my emotions dictate what pieces will be worn in a given moment. -Singer | Songwriter | Creative


Flora Ire My style depends on my mood with respect to the occasion. Catch me in my fave Jeffrey campbell strappies or my jumpsuit with a pair of comfy sneakers. -Afro dancer/ Aesthete


Kadija Coulibaly I believe my style really compliments my personality. I would consider myself to be eccentric & the way I dress shows that. My style is my own and I am really content with it. -Student/model


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wning plastic jewelery is fabulous! Jewelery and accessories are available in many different forms and materials, it’s not just about owning a fine gold bangle or pearl earrings, it’s about owning accessories that make you feel good, and those accessories can be plastic. Great designers are incorporating big and colorful plastic accessories into their collections as statement pieces. Plastic accessories are back, and if you’re daring and want to get noticed then plastic is your friend. On the day of my 16th birthday my grandmother gave me an ornate string of pink plastic pearls , I found it a sweet gesture but it wasn’t my style and I had no intention of ever wearing them, ever! I was more into skulls and crosses. It was the era of grunge and It didn’t fit in with my hardcore persona. I felt compelled to hold on to them however, they had sentimental value and they were after all, pretty fancy. Today, those pink plastic pearls are the best accessory in my closet. I have opened up to fashion since those grunge years, and when my girlfriends ask me for advice on how to throw an outfit together I say the bigger the juxtaposition of styles the better. Like if you’re wearing a simple white

tank top and put on a big plastic African inspired necklace, or a pair of really big plastic sunglasses or really long hippie style beads that compliment your neckline then you have nailed it. Mix modern with vintage, frills with studs, there are no rules. Let the plastic carry your statement. If you stick with one or two pops of color or style then you’re sure to pull it all together. I think the only guidelines when it comes to fashion is to be bold, you can create different moods with great pieces and you will stand out and others will notice you.

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hen I wear a little black dress, and I want to really stand out, I pair that black dress with my big string of pink plastic pearls. It’s about having confidence to reach for the brightest piece and own it. If you love it, you’ll feel good! It’ll work. If you lack that confidence, putting on that one special piece can give it to you. And that one special piece can be plastic. So think outside the jewelery box and get yourself noticed. Be chic, Plastic chic. -Renée Moise


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Necklace: CAROLE TANNENBAUM Dress: CHLOE Cuff: MILLI

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Earrings + Necklace: CAROLE TANNENBAUM COLLECTION Jacket: MARNI at MILLI Skirt: HAYLEY ELSAESSER Shoes: DUNE


Earrings + Necklaces: CAROLE TANNENBAUM Top: MAISON COMMON at MILLI Dress: MILLI Handbag: STELLA MCCARTNEY

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Headscarf: MISSONI Top: MARNI at MILLI Pin + Bangles: CAROLE TANNENBAUM COLLECTION Skirt: MAXMARA


Earrings: MONICA CRANWELL at MADE YOU LOOK Blazer: ETRO at MILLI Pants: PINK TARTAN Bangles: CAROLE TANNENBAUM COLLECTION


Necklace: MILLI Top: LANVIN at MILLI Blazer: RACHEL SIN Pants: MOSCHINO

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Sunglasses: HAYLEY ELSAESSER Dress: KATE SPADE Jacket: MAX MARA Bangles: DIOR


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PUMPED! Photographer: Scott Cooper of Azimuth Arts Stylist: Sarah M Hyland Makeup & Hair: Julia Crimson Retoucher: Abstraxion Retouch & Design Models:Adeana (AMTI Toronto), Sophia (Iland Models)

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Top: Topshop Bathing suit bottom: American Apparel Shoes: Capezio

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Jacket: Adidas Crop top: H&M Shorts: H&M Shoes: ALDO

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Top: Topshop Pants: H&M Jacket: Adidas Shoes: ALDO

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Bodysuit: American Apparel Jacket: Adidas Leggings: Topshop Shoes: Capezio


Top: Stella McCartney x adidas Pants: Adidas Shoes H&M


LEFT: (Adeana) Top: Topshop Pants: H&M Jacket: Adidas Shoes: ALDO RIGHT: (Sophia) Top: Topshop Bikini Top: TRIANGL Leggings: adidas

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Top: Topshop Bikini Top: TRIANGL Leggings: adidas Shoes: ALDO


Top: Topshop Bandeau Top: TRIANGL Leggings: adidas

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Bold Lip Trends

Photographer : Garry Black Models : Perpetual (MIM)(MUA : Matthew) , Andi Polak (MUA : Melanie) , Amelie Lamarche (MUA : Matthew), Teddy Hillary (MUA : Danika) Makeup Artists : Danika Malovic, Matthew Steven King, Melanie Dallaire Hair Stylist : Christopher Castle


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Face: Laura Mercier primer, MakeupForever HD foundation, Mac ( gold deposit ) Eyes: Urban Decay Vice pallet Lips, Colour Pop ( platform ), Nars clear gloss


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fury s p i l Face: Giorgio Armani Luminous silk foundation Eyes: Morphe colour palette Lips: Colour pop ( show me, lychee )

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Get this look Face: Tatre Amazonian clay foundation, Nars liquid gold highlighter Eyes: Urban Decay Naked Smoky Lips: Marc Jacobs, Dior Addict and Buxom


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berry s p i l Get this look Face: Giorgio Armani Luminous silk foundation, Champagne pop ( Becca x Jaclyn Hill ) Eyes: Urban Decay Naked 2 Palette Lips: Mac ( Rebel ) Colour Pop ( Privacy Please, Sundae )


blue h s u r c Get this look Kat Von D tattoo foundation, MAC concealer, benefit brows Eyes: Urban Decay x Gwen Steffani Lips: Pantone Universe, Lime Crime, Colour pop


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Photography: BILLY WINTERS Makeup/hair: TREJA MC CLISH Model: AUGUST GONET (STARS-SF, FUSION-NY)

FASHION/cheeks contoured with creme color concentrate in “mid-toned beige’’ OBSESSIVE COMPULSIVE COSMETICS. tee shirt SAINT LAURENT. crystal cross necklace VINTAGE.


QUEEN BITCH/brows filled with color pencil ‘’midnight brown-out’’ OBSESSIVE COMPULSIVE COSMETICS. Eau de Narcisse Bleu Cologne HERMES.


SPACE ODDITY/eyes rimmed in color pencil in ‘’true black’’ OBSESSIVE COMPULSIVE COSMETICS. Amen Eau de Toilette THIERRY MUGLER. flower MAGNOLIA.


ASHES TO ASHES/skin in creme color concentrate in ‘’bruised bronze” and ‘’true black’’ OBSESSIVE COMPULSIVE COSMETICS. Pour Homme Soir Eau de Toilette BVLGARI.


ZIGGY STARDUST/circle created in glitter ‘’bright vivid blue’’ OBSESSIVE COMPULSIVE COSMETICS. HIM Eau de Parfum HANAE MORI. Adrenaline - 173


CHINA GIRL/vintage Chinese shawl, lip tar in ‘’true balanced red’’ OBSESSIVE COMPULSIVE COSMETICS. Eau de Cologne Imperiale GUERLAIN.

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SUBTERRANEANS/creme color concentrate in ‘’true white’’ OBSESSIVE COMPULSIVE COSMETICS. faux fur ADRIENNE LANDAU pom-pom key chain. Pasha Eau de Toilette CARTIER.

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GLITCH The rush you get when you experience lust or love, how reality can become distorted and the rest of the world falls away when you are with someone.

Photography: Ben McIntyre Model: Jenna Flett Hair & Makeup: Madeleine Goldsmith Retoucher: Ben McIntyre

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color pop! Photographer: Jessica Hobin Makeup: Skukura Clarke, Maureen Tenniola Models: Alyssa Budge & Rose (AMTI) Hair Stylist : Tatiana Blanco (Tatiana Creative Suite)


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s fashion trends become more and more daring, it is only right that makeup plays catch up, and follows suit. Gone are the days of fearing a bright lip, or a bold eyeshadow; it is time for all of us to bust out the color.

For those who may be too attached to their beiges and nudes to completely give them up, you are in luck because beauty lines have been coming out with an abundance of ways to incorporate a pop of color into your everyday makeup routine. To transition your look to be summer ready, start by broadening your lipstick horizons. If jumping right from the bare minimum to electric orange is not your thing, take it in steps and start out with a peachy lip gloss or brighter lip stain. This will help you get used to the colors and become more daring over time. In terms of eyeshadow, stick to what works for you. There are loads of eyeshadow palettes that cater to specific eye colors - purple tones for green eyes, bronze tones for blue and gold shades for brown. They are almost guaranteed to carry at least one dramatic color that will not only prepare you for more shades down the road, but will make your eyes the center of attention. Electric toned eyeliners can also brighten up a look if you are not ready to commit to a full eyeshadow shake up, and have begun to be released in both liquid and pencil form. Lots of brands have even got you covered on skin, and have released brighter berry toned blushes, and an actual rainbow highlighter to make your cheeks pop. Whatever your comfort zone, summer is the perfect time to branch out and try new things. Be adventurous the next time you hit up the makeup counter, and you may find you will fall in love with color just as much as we have. -Lisa Thibodeau


Look 1

Face : MAC prep and primer, studio fix foundation, Mineralized skin finish powder Eyes : Urban Decay Electric pallet, MAC mascara in extreme dimension lash Lips : Colourpop Clique


Look 2

Face : MAC prep and primer, studio fix foundation, Mineralized skin finish powder Eyes : Urban Decay Electric pallet, MAC mascara in extreme dimension lash Lips : Colourpop Lychee

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Look 1

Face: MAC prep and prime primer, studio fix foundation Mineralized skin finish powder, BH cosmetics glamorous blush set, Anastasia Beverly Hills glow kit in that glow Eyes: Mac spiked brow pencil,Mac zoom lash mascara Lips: colourpop stingRay lip liner and colourpop clique lipstix

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Look 2

Face: MAC prep and prime primer, studio fix foundation Mineralized skin finish powder, Eyes: BH cosmetics it’s Judys Time palette for the lids and crease and urban decay Electric palette in color thrash for the water line. Lips: colourpop lumière lipstix and lip liner with a translucent lipgloss on top.

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INDEX KSS page breaks Photography: Shamim Nakhai (Black Buffalo) FAWN RESPONSE:Photography and styling: Quinton Cruickshanks Model: Amanda Sheppard -AMTI Models + SPECS Models GIRL ON THE GO: Photographer Alex Nazarov (www.AlexNazarov.com) Model: Alina Gracheva (Avant Models Russia), Make-up/hair: Tatiana Ganou, Stylist: Elena Shishkina BEHIND CLOSED DOORS: Photographer: Brogan McNab, Model: Katya - Peggi Lepage, Wardrobe Stylist: Nicole Contador, Makeup/Hair: Holly Kurmis, Location: Apartment 200 STAY WILD: Photography: Jae Feinberg, Hair&Makeup: Taryn Miller, Wardrobe styling: Jae Feinberg, Angie Seymour, Model: Ariel (AMTI Ottawa) STRIPES: Photographer: Laura Arwen Berg, Creative Director: Christopher Massardo, Fashion Stylist: Alyssa Beltempo, Makeup & Hair: Maureen Posadas ERICA ON FASHION: Photographer: Brittany Gawley, Feature: ERICA WARK, Written by: Lisa Thibodeau FAST LANE: Photography + Styling & Make up: Hector Gomez, Models: Kalyn Joy Waide & Maddi Waikel, Agency: Stars Model Management INFATUATION: Photographed: Nikolas Christian Williams Model: Yermin Ko (Ford Models), Styled: Jacob X Jordan, Hair: Abel Son Makeup: Cynthia Bautista DAZED: Photography by Max Jamali Styling by Chloe Sugar Hair and Makeup by Melanie Viger Model: Garnet - Spot 6 Management MY STYLE: Photographers: Fitch Jean, Kerbens Boisette, Kosi Uchendu Makeup: Skukura Clarke, Maureen Tenniola CHIC PLASTIC: Photographer: Jean-Baptiste Le Mercier, Stylist: Vanessa Sanchez, Makeup: Irene Latour, Model: Emilie W. (ANGIE’S Model ) PUMPED: Photographer: Scott Cooper of Azimuth Arts, Stylist: Sarah M Hyland, Makeup & Hair: Julia Crimson ,Retoucher: Abstraxion Retouch & Design, Models:Adeana (AMTI Toronto), Sophia (Iland Models) LIP TRENDS: Photographer : Garry Black Models : Perpetual (MIM)(MUA : Matthew) , Andi Polak (MUA : Melanie) , Amelie Lamarche (MUA : Matthew), Teddy Hillary (MUA : Danika) Makeup Artists : Danika Malovic, Matthew Steven King, Melanie Dallaire Hair Stylist : Christopher Castle) REBEL REBEL: Photography:BILLY WINTERS, Makeup/hair: TREJA MC CLISH, Model: AUGUST GONET (STARS-SF, FUSION-NY) GLITCH: Photography: Ben McIntyre, Model: Jenna Flett Hair & Makeup: Madeleine Goldsmith, Retoucher: Ben McIntyre COLOR POP: Photographer: Jessica Hobin, Makeup: Skukura Clarke, Maureen Tenniola, Models: Alyssa Budge & Rose (AMTI), Article by Lisa Thibodeau

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