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Your Step by Step Guide to Organising Your Beauty Products

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It’s not only your favourite influencer who can have a solid top shelf. Once you have fewer products to work with, thanks to the big declutter, you can start to build the bathroom cabinet of your Insta daydreams. 

First, get out the anti-bacterial wipes or alcohol and clean the packaging of all of your products. Why, you ask? I know they’re probably grubby, and it will make the cabinet look nicer; plus, hygiene is important. 

You’ve already categorised your products, so you can design the shelves according to these. You can place products on shelves in the order of how you apply them, with the lightest formulas first. Or you can shelf them in their product categories. The main goal here is that you don’t have to be rummaging around when you’re mid-routine, so think about what the easiest places for certain products will be. 

If you’re opting for style over function, then you can also curate your cabinet by organising by packaging style and shape, so tubs on one shelf, bottles on another. If you’re really going for it, you can do it by colour too.



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Princess Charlotte’s style gets more enviable by the day. She’s been having the best time of her life in different outfits, and already seems obsessed with fashion. In 2018, as Prince William was gifted a pink satchel, he immediately explained that Princess Charlotte would be “obsessed” with the bag, which isn’t hard to believe seeing as pink is her favorite color. “I’ll never be able to get it off her,” the Duke of Cambridge joked. Since then, she’s worn more adorable floral-print pieces, mock dresses, and chic double-breasted coats. If you’ve been a fan of Princess Charlotte’s various outfits, read on for all of her best looks to date.





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The Best Pieces From Free People’s New Spring/Summer Edit

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If you’re anything like us, all you want to be wearing right now is loungewear co-ords, throw-on spring dresses, tie-dye and chic basics. Of course, the usual high-street stalwarts are starting to tap into these needs, but no one, and we mean no one, is doing it quite so well as Free People right now. 

Although the U.S.-based brand is one of those more under-the-radar names to know, it’s always been one of our go-tos for summer. There are endless options of universally acknowledged perfect holiday pieces—floaty smock dresses, pretty blouses, linens and lace-up sandals—that are all crying out for an Ibizan beach day. This year, however, as we head into spring a little closer to (okay, at) home, it’s become increasingly clear that Free People isn’t just a one-trick pony. Its fuss-free, comfort-first, laid-back styles couldn’t be better suited for a summer spent at home. No need to save those favourite mood-boosting dresses for holidays. Any garden, balcony or open window will do. 

The affordable brand might be best known for its dresses, and there are plenty of current styles that have made it to our wish list, but we can’t help lusting after its luxe basics at the moment too. There are super-soft T-shirts, relaxed jumpsuits, pretty lingerie and activewear you’ll want to wear all day. Co-ords are another of the brand’s most in-demand categories, and we can see why. Its spring iterations of last season’s must-have knitted pairings are surely what we’d all like to be lounging around the house in right now. 

Turns out it’s not just us who have fallen for Free People recently. We can’t help but notice how much some of our favourite influencers have been enjoying styling their FP pieces into their WFH wardrobes. From Lyndsey Holland’s towelling Fresno Set to Danielle Bernstein in the Evie Set, we plan on copying as many of these outfits during this long Easter weekend as we can. 

Keep scrolling to see some of our favourite at-home outfit ideas, as well as our edit of the best spring/summer pieces on site now.



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5 Things to Know About Our May Cover Star, Charlie Reynolds

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Photography by Renata Kaveh. Dress, $675, Leonard Paris at Nouveau Riche Vintage. Shoes, $80, Expression at Hudson’s Bay. Earrings, $910, and ring, $455, Jennifer Fisher. Bag, $1,500, Giuseppe Zanotti.

Find out more about the up-and-coming Canadian model.

Charlie Reynolds, the 21-year-old Toronto-based model who graces the cover of our new issue, is a rising star in the fashion world. Read on to find out what she’s watching, where she shops, and her favourite musical theatre shows.

She’s getting crafty over quarantine

Reynolds is passing the time by colouring and trying her hand at jewellery-making; she and her boyfriend have also been watching movies like Isle of Dogs and throwbacks like True Romance and From Dusk Till Dawn.

Top, $70, and pants, $70, Addition Elle. Shoes, $1,260, Giuseppe Zanotti. Scarf, $860, Hermès. Earrings, $100, and ring (on left), $290, Lisa Gozlan. Ring (on right), $435, Jennifer Fisher.

She used to be a receptionist at Sutherland models

While Reynolds might be a new face in the modelling industry—she’ll soon appear in a Sephora ad, her first major campaign job—she’s certainly no stranger to it. Her mother Carole is the president of Sutherland Models in Toronto, and Charlie once worked there as a receptionist.

She studied musical theatre

Reynolds attended the Etobicoke School of the Arts in high school and went on to study at the Randolph College for the Performing Arts. And her favourite shows? “I’m tied between two,” she says. “Spring Awakening—the Deaf West version is especially beautiful! And Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812. Though there will always be a place in my heart for Hamilton and Cabaret, too…”

Dress, price upon request, Tanya Taylor. Shoes, $1,260, Giuseppe Zanotti. Earrings, $895, and ring (on right ring finger), $435, Jennifer Fisher. Necklace, $990, Hermès. Rings (on right pinky and left), from $210, Lisa Gozlan.

She’s inspired by other plus models

“I never saw people like me being praised for the beauty of what they were,” Reynolds says about growing up. Now she’s thrilled by the likes of Ashley Graham landing on major magazine covers and Paloma Elsesser walking the Alexander McQueen runway show in Paris earlier this year.

She loves thrift shopping

Discovering her love of second-hand clothing while in high school, Reynolds still shops at places like Value Village. She credits her early years spent at ESA for fostering her love of experimenting with style, noting that there were “people who were inspired by the fact that I didn’t care what other people thought and didn’t dress how everyone else dressed. Having that ability to experiment and having the support of being in an art school made me think, I can express myself with this and feel more confident about my body.”

Words by ODESSA PALOMA PARKER. Photography by RENATA KAVEH. Styling by ELIZA GROSSMAN. Creative direction by GEORGE ANTONOPOULOS. Hair by SARAH AMSON FOR P1M.CA/BANG SALON/ORIBE/KEVIN MURPHY/DYSON. Makeup by SABRINA RINALDI FOR P1M.CA/GLOSSIER. Manicure by NARGIS KHAN FOR P1M.CA/TIPS NAIL BAR. Fashion assistant: SAMANTHA BEST FOR P1M.CA. Prop styling: CAITLIN DOHERTY. Model: CHARLIE REYNOLDS FOR WANT MANAGEMENT. 





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