Real Style Magazine’s exciting new Winter 2016/2017 issue is officially hot off the press, and features the stunning Wendy Crewson as our cover girl. The iconic Canadian actress, who currently stars on Saving Hope, has earned over 100 credits during her decades on the screen.
Crewson, who has been inducted into Canada’s Walk of Fame and has won multiple Geminis and a Canadian Screen Award, is best known for films like Air Force One. The homegrown legend talks her favourite co-stars, passion for acting and her upcoming role in 2017’s Kodachrome (page 27).
Speaking of impressive Canadian talent, Orphan Black star Tatiana Maslany also spills on winning an Emmy for her portrayal of multiple clones on the hit sci-fi series. Read our interview with the Regina-born actress on page 21.
If you’re hunting for the perfect gift, turn to our Celebrity Gift Guide on page 30. From Pink Tartan designer Kim Newport-Mimran to TV personality Jessi Cruickshank, look out for the hottest gifting ideas from our favourite Canadian celebs.
With frigid winter temperatures on the horizon, it’s time to bundle up! Our breathtaking fashion editorials offer inspiration for your cold weather wardrobe. As always, our Buy Now pages showcase our favourite picks for the season ahead. This issue, we teach you about Living Large (page 12), which explores the red hot runway trend of maximalism.
Toronto-born twin brothers and co-designers Dean and Dan Caten also speak to us about their sartorial journey in an exclusive interview. The dynamic duo, who launched their label DSquared2 in 1995, reflect on their international success story and creative synergy (page 66).
From shimmering beauty to winter skincare, our Beauty section promises to cover it all. Our Beauty Insider, the gorgeous and inspiring Bollywood actress Lisa Ray, talks to us about her new The 7 Virtues fragrance Lisa Ray Jasmine of India. Canadian-born Ray, who is a cancer survivor and philanthropist, also shares her best beauty, fitness and diet secrets on page 41.
Not to be missed is our Culture section, where we explore the latest in books, TV, films and more. From an interview with illusionist Darcy Oake to new album releases, read everything culture on page 25.
Enjoy the issue!