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Spring 2011







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Courtney Roberts

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Graphic Design Fashion Editor Music & Entertainment Editor Copy Editor Contributors

Richard Bramer Stephanie Schmidt Youlanda Jackson Chanel Anderson Kirsten Bramble Kirthiga Rajanayagam

Gloria Henriquez Steven Carver Lindsey Drennan Natalie Blouin (Plutino Group) Ryan Catney (Judy Inc.) Florence Leung Livia Metcalf Jenine Lehfeldt Mika Jenn Chang




Get rid of the bad, keep the good and make room for the Some people think that a new year automatically signifies a time for change. For me, it couldn’t be more opposite. After the holidays, you go right back into the work slump. The days are shorter, the weather is still colder and although everything around you seems new, you may not be feeling that way. If your resolution was to go to the gym more, however, the weather is a turn off, don’t sweat it. I think the term “spring cleaning” best justifies this. There is nothing that makes you feel better than warmer weather and longer days. You’ll also be inspired to go for that after work cocktail or get together with your friends instead of staying under the duvet. I took the opportunity to clean out my closet and get rid of things I never wear and probably never will wear. I told myself to “get rid of the bad, keep the good and make room for the new.” This doesn’t just have to apply to your wardrobe but it can apply to unhealthy relationships and/ or lifestyles. Take the time to figure out what you need to do to get to where you want to be and use the new season as a reason to do it! Let me know how your spring changes are coming along! E-mail me at Sincerely,

Courtney Roberts 6 | POLYSH | FALL 2010


contents IN THIS ISSUE

12 What’s in my make-up bag: Beauty secrets from us!

21 Fashion: From Runway to Realway


32 Music: J.Cole dishes on making it big! 39 Feature: Sleeping with the Enemy 44 Men: What drives you? Cars that make you go vroom!

48 Editorial: Desert-ed Damsel. Vancouver photographer, Flo channels the dessert for us





Summer Concerts Summer Concerts Summer Concerts

By: Kirsten Bramble

Concerts are a highlight of the season. Everyone gets excited for them and then there’s talk of what happened for months after the show (it definitely feels like that if you didn't get a chance to see the show). For music lovers, the beer drinking, warm weather and live music from talented musicians is sheer bliss. And if you’re like me, you can't wait to put on a paisley printed, loose-fitted dress, with a leather, motorcycle jacket, and maybe even some rain boots— because you have to be prepared for anything! After much deliberation, these concerts we’ve decided to highlight, are highly anticipated this year. If these performers are coming to your city, or a city close enough for a road trip with your friends or even your significant other, don’t miss out!



Calling all Androids and Hooligans! After their highly anticipated Grammy performance, Bruno Mars and Janelle Monae are going on tour together. If the Grammy’s taught us anything, it showed us that talented, young musicians do exist. As newbie’s to the industry, this tour is sure to draw out large crowds and provide much talk. Although there is no date in Toronto, you can check out the May 22nd date in Windsor, Ontario.

Rihanna LOUD! Tour

The face of Nivea’s latest campaign will travel across North America this summer with her Navy for the LOUD tour. Rihanna’s new show will feature entirely new production, costumes and stage design. The tour begins June 4th in Baltimore, Maryland. 8 | POLYSH | SPRING 2011

She will obviously perform her latest singles “Only Girl” and “What’s My Name,” along with other classic chart topping hits. The red haired vixen will be at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto on June 7th. Will you be there?


Newlywed Katy Perry has finally found her place in the music industry. From her break-up with Gym Class Heroes front man, Travis McCoy, to her marriage to British comedian, Russell Brand, Katy Perry has become the talk of 2010.

She graced the VH1 stages with Nicki Minaj, as well as several other awards shows including the 2011 Grammy’s. Expect lots of candy canes and cotton candy, body suits and pyrotechnics. But don't think that's it for the show! Katy’s vocals never disappoint.

I AM MUSIC II TOUR Lil Wayne, label mate Nicki Minaj, Blink 182 drummer Travis Barker, and Maybach Music's Rick Ross embark on an epic adventure this spring coming to a city near you. Headliner, Lil Wayne, does not disappoint as he always provides high energy, dynamic shows with content from his numerous albums. Anticipate some surprise guests to grace the stage, including Young Money artists, and maybe Maybach Music’s newest signee, Wale (but you didn’t hear that from me). This concert is definitely worth the road trip as it includes some of Hip Hop Royalty, and everyone’s favourite Barbie, Nicki Minaj. Travis Barker shouldn’t disappoint, as his hip hop mashups have garnered him much deserved attention. Don’t wait to buy tickets as they are guaranteed to sell out. 9 | POLYSH | SPRING 2011

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Chris Brown F.A.M.E (Forgiving All My Enemies) March 22nd

Marsha Ambrosius Late Nights, Early Mornings March 1st

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Lykke Li

Jessie J

March 1st

April 12th

Florence + the Machine

Raphael Saadiq

Wounded Rhymes

Between Two Lungs March 29th

Who Are You

Stone Rollin’ May 10, 2011



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Rimmel London Sexy Curves Mascara $13 Available at Shoppers Drug Mart

Mixed Chicks Detangling Deep Conditioner $10.99 Available at

J.R Watkins Natural Lemon Hand & Body Lotion $9.99 Available at Shoppers Drug Mart



Dermalogica Special Cleansing Gel My morning routine is all about feeling refeshed, and ready to start my day, and this light cleanser does the trick. Whether it's oily, dry, or combination skin, this cleanser will always work it's "magic." $43.50 at select spas. Visit for locations nearest you.

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Brush on Bronze $16.50 Available at The Body Shop


Covergirl Trublend Pressed Powder $8.49 Available at Shoppers Drug Mart


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Marine Ultra Vivid Marine Blue Pigment $25.00 Available at M.A.C

Mineralize SkinFinish $42.00 Golden Lariat True Coral with fine gold shimmer Available at M.A.C


Kimble Peppermint Cream Shampoo "I love Kimble products because they're affordable, they go on smooth and are never greasy. Kimberly Kimble has been styling Beyonce's hair for years, so it's nice to get her coveted hair secrets." $9.99 Available at and select salons

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Deboarah Lippman Nail Polish $18.00 Available at Holt Renfrew, and Donato salons

Burt’s Bees Lip Balm $3.00. Available at mass market retailers

Photographer: Lindsey Drennan Stylist: Ryan Catney (Judy Inc.) Make-up & Hair: Natalie Blouin (Plutino Group) Model: Rochelle T (Next Models Canada) Foundation: Face Atelier & YSL Touch Eclate in #2

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Make-up: Forever Aqua Eyes Liner in 14L and 10 Mac Lipstick in M.A.C Red

Pearls & Red Chain Alynne Lavigne Vintage Collection Gold Rhinestone Chain Jewelry By Karen

Earrings & Ring Jewelry By Karen Silver Pearl Bracelet by Made You Look Dress Pink Cobra

Nars Make-up Stick in Copacabana M.A.C Lipstick in Rebel Eyeshadows by Tarte Limited Edition Palette

Earrings & Broach Jewelry By Karen Dress Laila Azhar, available at UPC Boutique

Eyes: Forever Aqua Cream in #14 M.A.C shadow in Sauve Intentions YSL Rouge Pure Shine # 32 Forever Flash Colour in Coral 002 on cheeks

Earrings Crush Lane Necklace & Ring Jewelry By Karen

M.A.C Eyeshadow in Nylon, Typographic and Electra M.A.C Fluidline in Black Track and Plush Lash Mascara M.A.C Lipstick in Russian Red

Earrings: Alynne Lavigne Vintage Collection Necklace, Ring & Bracelet Jewelry By Karen Top: Topshop

M.A.C Eyeshadow in Amber Lights, Tempting and Dark Edge, Plush Lash Mascara M.A.C Lipgloss in Pink Poodle

Earrings, Necklace & Ring Jewelry By Karen Cuff Alynne Lavigne Vintage Collection Top: Topshop

Nars Make-up Stick in Copacabana Makeup Forever Eyeshadow in 58 & Aqua Eyes liner in 11L MA.C Eyeshadow in Pink Freeze, Motif, Cranberry



Spring has sprung and so have our senses! Check out these trends that are sure to make your must-have checklist! 21 | POLYSH | SPRING 2011



Go bold or go home! For a head turning outfit, punch up your colour palate. Not so bold? Opt for one loud colour like orange or fushia! Celebway


Christine Teigen Olivia Wilde

Gucci Spring 2011 Jennifer Lopez 22 | POLYSH | SPRING 2011

Camilla Belle



Blue pumps, Zara $99.90

Aritzia hot pink dress, Joseph $370

Green dress, Zara $49.90

Turquoise clutch, H&M $50 Colour block shoes, Zara $129 23 | POLYSH | SPRING 2011

Pink dress, Wilfred $145



Look and feel your best on a crisp day with a crisp white blouse or dress. Avoid puddles and public transit if possible! Celebway


Jennifer Lopez Lea Michele

Fergie Olivia Palermo 24 | POLYSH | SPRING 2011

Dolce and Gabbana Spring/Summer 2011



Chronograph Watch, Michael Kors 195.00

PetiteWhiteEmbossedShirtedDress, Topshop $56

Bordeaux perforated-leather tote, BCBG $248.00 Dress shirt, J.Crew $100

Odessa shoe, Aldo $130.00 Short sleeve lace sweater, French Connection $178 25 | POLYSH | SPRING 2011

Boyfriend jeans, Citizens of Humanity $155



A sturdy trench coat will withstand time and season, so consider it a great investment. Celebway


Jessica Biel Taylor Swift

Burberry Prorsum Spring 2011

Gwyneth Paltrow Kim Kardashian 26 | POLYSH | SPRING 2011



Old Navy $59.00 Graydon $250.00

Zara $69.99

Burberry $1,595: ( 27 | POLYSH | SPRING 2011

Mango $149.50



If you’ve never worn stripes before, now’s the time! It’s best to go for balance and not to over-do it. Celebway Runway

Mila Kunis

Gwen Stefani

Marc by Marc Jacobs

Vivienne Westwood Sportmax

Rihanna 28 | POLYSH | SPRING 2011

Hilary Duff




Dress, Zara $29.90

Stripe dress, Old Navy $10

Bikini top & bottom, Old Navy $17.50 each

Hat, Zara $29.50

Stripe tank, Old Navy $10 29 | POLYSH | SPRING 2011


NATURAL TEXTURES Whether cork, wood, canvas or straw, textured materials in a neutral colour are bound to make a statement.


Miley Cyrus

Blake Lively


Gemma Arterton


Christian Dior

Runway Roberto Cavalli 30 | POLYSH | SPRING 2011




Straw Stingy Brim Fedora, Big It Up $125

Wedge, Michael Antonio $49.99

Skin, Rag & Bone, Holt Renfrew $325

Sweater, Alice and Olivia $297

Wedge, Boutique 9 $150.00

Valentino Wedge $696 31 | POLYSH | SPRING 2011

Tote, Prada $570

J.Cole: Roc-in the Nation one verse at a time! By: Courtney Roberts

Images courtesy of Sony Music


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ithin the past decade, impressing someone with the music industry has seen such clout in the industry. an influx of “rappers” and After the meeting, J.Cole’s artists taking over the scene life changed drastically. “My with catchy one-liners that manager Mark played him make up about 75 per cent this song I have called “Lights” of the content in an entire he heard it, he was instantly recalls. song. Based on record sales, interested,” Cole consumers seem to like Jermaine Lamarr Cole was their music the way they born in Frankfurt, Germany like their food - fast; which and lived there for less than often means a quick fix that a year before moving to sometimes compromises Fayetteville, North Carolina. quality. The music industry While growing up with a cole featured article mother, he has been spewing out music j career-oriented and artists like products on always had his eyes set on a conveyer belt. With the education, which he notes as success of songs like, “Crank instrumental in shaping his Dat” that went on to top own career. Cole attended St. charts and sell millions of John’s University in New York ring tones, many artists (Ice T on an academic scholarship. and Nas to name a few) took to media outlets to profess This same drive and ambition how Hip-Hop had lost its led Cole to graduate magna cum laude. “School was way. always important- that Fast-forward to 2011, came from my mom. I knew I swag isn’t the only thing was going to college, I knew label execs look for. Rather, I was going to graduate so profound lyrics with the that was a no brainer,” he ability to convey a message says. “My kids are going to are highly sought after. This college, I know that for a is what music and lifestyle fact.” He became the first mogul, Jay-Z (Sean Carter) artist to sign a recording saw in North Carolina native, contract with Carter’s label, J.Cole. The two met after Roc Nation, which now Cole’s manager reached out boasts other young artists like Willow Smith. to Carter with hopes of 35 | POLYSH | SPRING 2011

After the success of his latest mixtape, Friday Night Lights, J.Cole began touring and making appearances and quickly moved to the forefront of the Hip-Hop lens. While his quick rise to success came as a startling surprise to him, so did the mentions and rumors on blogs that he was in a serious relationship and had become engaged. [Laughing] “No it’s not true. I’m not engaged. That’s another part of the game that I’m going to have to get used to, I’m honored that they even wanna talk about me but on the other side I’m a little annoyed. But that’s something I’ll have to deal with if I want to be successful in the game. Hopefully I can ignore them [gossip blogs].” While being placed under scrutiny of gossip blogs and sites, Cole notes how instrumental online media has been in catapulting his career in a way he couldn’t have on his own. “They’ve [blogs] been very important. I remember when put my “Come Up” mix tape on their website.


I was at school and I While he’s come a Googled my name and saw long way since 2007, J.Cole that they put it up there is readying himself for an with a poster. From there, artist’s dream- the release I thanked them and kept of his debut album, which sending them stuff. They put he describes as an evolution “The Warm Up” on there and from his mixtapes. this is all before I even got signed,” Cole says. “I would put up a song and I would get 6-10 comments and be nuts. Los so happy. Now, it’s funny that there’s 1100 comments Angeles was sold on “Friday Night Lights.” They’ve been very important out. The big cities (not just twodopeboys) are always cool but all these blogs were helpful in building my name, but it’s incredible spreading the word and to go to the small j cole featured article everything.” and see This is the case for cities many artists, as online media people come out and video sharing sites make it possible for anyone because I don’t with a computer to hear and “like” your music, mix tape or have an album whatever your craft. out. It’s a cool Last summer, Cole to headlined his first major experience tour without even having see my fanbase an album out. “I’ts nuts. Los Angeles was sold out. The on tour.” big cities are always cool but it’s incredible to go to the “All my music hits the small cities and see people come out because I don’t soul in some way. Right now have an album out. It’s a I’m trying to create a balance cool experience to see my because I have songs that are really emotional– fanbase on tour.”


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kinda personal and heartfelt– so I’m trying to balance that out so it’s not too heavy. I don’t want it to be a mood album so I’m trying to balance that with some aggressive songs, and fun songs. It’s sounding incredible. I don’t wanna go crazy with the rap features either.” Though he knows who he is as an artist, Cole is still navigating his way through the fashion scene. When asked about his personal style, Cole is takes a deep breath and laughs: “When I was in college, I used to care but then I got super broke so I couldn’t think about clothes because I had to pay rent. My personal style is still evolving but I love Jordans, jeans and jackets. If I throw on a nice jacket with sneakers, that’s me. Mind you that’s within the last year because I used to wear straight t-shirts and polo’s.” With his critically acclaimed mix tapes, features and not to mention an album that is sure to get rave reviews, Cole’s humility, wit and intelligence allow him to shine brightly in such a heavily saturated industry.

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Full Time Lovers, 9-5 Enemies By Gloria Henriquez


rom 9 to 5, you’re working hard to be successful by typing away and concocting sharp strategies to put your company ahead of its competitors. And so is your significant other. For all it’s worth, you’re a normal working couple. The tricky factor is that you and your partner work for competing companies.

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“Now you’re 9 to 5 enemies.” Come dinner time, how do you sit across the table with the person whose workplace you were thinking of crushing for a third of your day? You’re not alone Sleeping with the enemy Human Resource Specialist, Your contract could be terminated. Understanding the dynamics of a relationship is important. Understanding the dynamics of a relationship where you’re not only lovers, but rivals, is something completely different. It’s risky business. As tempting as it may be to run home and tell your other half about the exciting stuff that goes on within the corridors of your office, there are some things you should keep to yourself. You’d love to cuddle on the couch over a glass of wine and talk about that brilliant business strategy you and your boss came up with; or complain about how they’re forcing you to develop a lame new product. But stop! Is this more than random couch talk? Could this be “giving an advantage to your competitors?” 40 | POLYSH | SPRING 2011

Patricia Cubellis, says this type of conflict is fairly common. “It’s a natural flow of things, especially in small industries.” The first thing she advises couples to do is to know what your company considers as the good, the bad and the ugly. “Ask for a copy of your company’s confidentiality agreement,” says Cubellis.

This document may be also called Business Conduct Standards. It’s usually not that long, ranging from one to fifteen pages. Reading it is something you should do, although you may not enjoy it. Because, as Patricia explains, in this case, ignorance isn’t bliss. ¨If an incident happens— depending on how severe the damage is— you could get anything ranging from a verbal warning, to a temporary suspension. ¨But if the damage is too great, your job is on the line.

And with that, your reputation ruined. ¨Basically, make sure you don’t do anything that they consider damaging to them,” added Cubellis.

“As tempting as it may be to run home and tell your other half about the exciting stuff that goes on within the corridors of your office, there are some things you should keep to yourself.”


The trust issue Another piece of advice? If you’re not sure of what to do next, err on the side of caution. “If it’s not publicly disclosed, keep it to yourself,” explained Cubellis. Because even if your loved one is a vault, we all can slip.

Although you would have a normal tendency to think about it, the first thing you’ve got to engrave in your mind is that this is not about trust.

Let’s face it. You’re sort of walking on a minefield here. What’s even harder is that the minefield is in your own quarters.

Your silence may come across to them as exactly that: a lack of trust.

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The second step is to engrave it in your better half ’s mind.

If the issue comes up, have a chat and explain. The key is to understand that you’re not keeping secrets from each other— you’re being professional.

And in the end, it’s not about keeping your job— it’s also about keeping your relationship. Is jeopardizing your relationship for bringing more than just work home at 5pm, worth it? Ending up unemployed, with a tarnished reputation and a broken relationship is the real penalty here. If it hurts your job, it will hurt your relationship. Save both by keeping your lips sealed!


Braving Spring Style

Men become ferocious animals when confronted with physically demanding challenges, but when it comes to matters of style, they’re scared and retreat with their tails between their legs. Still, there are no excuses for men to be fearful of fashion. Even though they’ll never admit to their sartorial uncertainties (i.e. if they can mix checks and stripes, if a pair of jeans makes their ass look fat, etc.) it’s inevitable they won’t leave the house naked. For men who aren’t afraid of a change of clothing, there are plenty of options for those who don’t mind braving the racks for spring.

Black, white and blue There’s nothing wrong with black and white. They’re always in style and everyone looks good in them, no matter what their age or size. For those looking for an after six look, add a touch of denim– another perennial classic. For a modern touch, throw out the baggy jeans and find something slimmer; less fabric begets a leaner silhouette. Make the length shorter, cuff them, and don’t wear socks to show off that sexy ankle– the new erogenous zone. A white shirt (poplin, polo), black or navy jacket (fitted to the body) and a pair of loafers complete the look.

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A healthy-looking tan

Retailers dedicate whole sections of their stores to khaki. It’s a popular pick for many men- simple and easy. This casual neutral mixes and matches with anything. To get more out of the colour, think of the desert sand and dunes. A little tan goes a long way. Instead of picking up a typical pair of chinos, use the colour on a loose top made of linen or cotton. Throw on a long scarf and wrap it around the neck and shoulders. Imagine Lawrence of Arabia for today– a rakish man taking on the world– with leather accents and a pair of comfortable sandals.

Tiny splash of colour Wearing bright colours isn’t as painful as it seems. In fact, colour is scientifically proven to raise feel-good endorphins (and who doesn’t want to be happy?). Whether it’s on a stripe, check, or small pattern, colour doesn’t have to kill corneas– not everyone feels comfortable in neon. A little yellow, orange or pink on top or on the bottom is a good start, and balance it with a neutral (white, black, cream). Day or night, colour can make any man feel good about himself and nothing looks better than a smartly-dressed man with a smile on his face.

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What Drives You

By: Steven Carver

Men are always concerned about size. Whether it’s the house, bank account, or physical appendages, “the bigger, the better” seems to be the dictum that many live by. But, good things come in small, medium and large packages, especially when it comes to cars. These three cars in three sizes and price ranges all have elements of sportiness, comfort, technology and efficiency. And, for the nationalists out there, they’re all domestic (if that can be considered a bad word, anymore).

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Buick Regal

With the high number of mid-size options available on the auto market today, the Buick Regal is the only one to offer modern technology and a stylish design aesthetic that will grab the attention of many. Under the hood lies a 2.4-liter DOHC inline-four (182 horsepower and 172 lb-ft of torque) mated to a standard six-speed automatic transmission, but the turbo editions (220 horsepower and 258 lb-ft of torque, or 255 horsepower “GS” model with 295 lb-ft of torque) will cure the speed freaks out there.

Like its swoopy and elegant exterior, the cabin is also engaging. A tasteful mix of leather, (faux) wood grain, brushed metal accents, a comprehensive layout, large info screen, firm seats with room for five adults, and fit-and-finish reminiscent of more expensive sedans. To make ways on the roads, the European-feeling sedan offers an Interactive Drive Control System (IDCS) that regulates the adaptive suspension, steering effort, transmission map and throttle response. The Regal is proof that this car isn’t your father’s Buick. 45 | POLYSH | SPRING 2011


Dodge Charger Chrysler decided to go retro when designing their Charger with a body that pays homage to the iconic 1968-70 model with strong character lines and 3D scallops. The look is particularly striking from the rear thanks to an outline of 164 LEDs. Inside, the scooped shape of the dash is a modern twist on the old

style, especially given the option of a bright, crisp LCD screen that operates the navigation, audio system and a Bluetooth-equipped phone. The soft-touch materials and generous room provide a comfortable environment for hours on end. The 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 engine produces 292 horsepower and

260 lb-ft of torque and puts its power to the tarmac via a fivespeed automatic. The Charger R/T uses a scorching 5.7-liter Hemi V8 with 370 horsepower and a hefty 395 lb-ft of torque (via the same automatic) and optional all-wheel drive. With Electronic Stability Control (ESP) or Rallye performance packages on offer, the stiffer suspension, larger tires and the unibody structure doesn’t waver; body roll is a non-issue with this full-size car. The 2011 Charger is an original breed of sports car – one designed with four doors, instead of two.

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Ford Focus The fun-to-fling compact car segment is a small one, but the Ford Focus proves that no matter what the size, there is an option that’s zippy for the budget- conscious. There's no mistaking the Ford Focus for a yawn-inducing commuter from the outside. The designers graced both the fourdoor and five-door body styles with menacing looks, ready to take on the competition. Inside, easy-to-read gauges are supplemented by a small LCD screen nestled between the tachometer and the speedometer. Having ergonomic HVAC controls and comfy seating is a plus.

The Ford Focus brings a level of sophistication, comfort and handling to the market and is a compact car made for those who want more than basic transportation from their vehicles. The 2.0-liter, naturally aspirated directinjection gasoline engine with 160 horsepower and 146 lb-ft of torque can be bolted to a five-speed manual or dualclutch transmission. The independent suspension results in one of the most wellplanted compacts in the segment, and the optional handling package begs the car to sling around a set of twisty roads.

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Desert-ed Damsel

Photographer:FlorenceLeung( Model: Sonni, represented by BOSS Management Inc. Wardrobe Stylist: Mika Jenn Chang Make-up Artist: Livia Metcalf

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