Let's be honest, Jason Priestley has a point.
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Take that, body shamers!
So that's pretty perfecting timing!
Anyway, Gigi rocks a custom namesake crop top on the front page of the glossy's cool new issue, where inside she talks all about her skyrocketing career, superstar BFFs, and just being herself.
Read on for HIGHlights…
On modeling: "When I go into a job, I want to touch people. I want to make a connection. That's so important in creating relationships, and relationships are what create opportunity."
On her career: "I came into fashion at a time when the industry was ready for my look. I don't believe in luck, but I do believe in timing."
On her friends: "We want to be the generation and the group of friends known for supporting each other. ‘Squad Goals' is a big social-media thing right now, and that's what we want to inspire in other groups of friends—to be proud of the power you all have when you're together, which can be amplified so much by each person."
On social media and how it's helped her brand: "Now you can be someone's favourite model because of how they connect with you on Twitter, or because of your sense of humour, or what you believe in, or your willingness to stand up for certain things… I can be so different from another blond girl. Finding what's different about you and really showing it off creates a new level of connection between you and the people supporting you."
Aww to all of this!
Does she make a great role model or what??
Well, go on and ch-ch-check out the new pics from her spread in the gallery (above)!
[Image via Elle Canada.]
Selena Gomez is seriously growing up.
This past year has been a real time of maturity and personal growth for the young former Disney star.
She also looks absolutely stunning in a striped bodysuit on one of two covers!
The biggest change for Selenita has been breaking away on her own and taking the reins in business. She recently parted ways with her manager, who was also her mom, and left her old label to sign with Interscope:
"[It was] a little uncomfortable. That's why I made all of these decisions within a year. I wanted to be my own person. I wanted to test myself. I wanted to see if I could really do it."
Even bestie Taylor Swift weighed in on Selena's evolution:
Cindy Crawford Flashes Perfect Thighs On Elle Canada & Admits Feeling 'Manipulated' By That Fake Unretouched Photo That Went Viral
We are so happy to be seeing Cindy Crawford everywhere lately!
From playing Headmistress in Taylor Swift's Bad Blood to reuniting with her fellow supermodels for a nostalgic shoot, the 49-year-old makes us feel like the '90s never ended!
Now the mom of two covers Elle Canada's October issue, looking as gorgeous and powerful as ever in a sexy embellished Fausto Puglisi dress slashed up beyond her thighs.
The pictures are hot, of course, but we love the accompanying interview and Cindy's candor.
The model finally addresses that viral "unretouched" photo of her that ultimately turned out to be fake, stating that it made her feel almost bullied to have it out there without her permission –especially since it wasn't even real:
Miley Cyrus is everywhere!
Until then, the songstress has jaws dropping with her braless cover of Elle UK's October issue — and the accompanying interview.
Inside the mag, Miley opens up about her love life, including the topic that seems to be on everyone's lips: her sexuality.
While she's rumored to be dating Victoria's Secret model Stella Maxwell, she says:
"I'm 22, I'm going on dates, but I change my style every two weeks, let alone who I'm with. I'm very open about it; I'm pansexual. But I'm not in a relationship."
Hope Stella knows that!
Anyway, she continued:
"I don't relate to what people have made men and women into. I know I'm more extreme and badass than most guys, but that doesn't make me a boy. And the other night I wore a pink dress because I felt cute. I can bake a cupcake and then go play hockey."
Yes! Love that confidence!
Which speaking of, Miley shared:
A word of advice to Elle Canada — people don't like it when you dub their traditional clothing a "new trend."
The publication has faced major backlash and Internet anger for a fashion piece on their site that refers to a dashiki, a traditional West African garment, as the "newest It-item."
The piece, called "Is The Dashiki The New Kaftan?", features images of various celebrities, including Rihanna, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Shay Mitchell (above) wearing a dashiki with accompanying captions.
An image was also posted on Elle Canada's Instagram but then quickly deleted.
Readers have also been quick to post their anger and disappointment at the magazine. Here are some of people's reactions on Twitter:
The September covers keep on rolling out!
But no matter! With that deep neckline, everyone's probably too focused on her cleavage anyway!
The actress and new mom can boast scoring FOUR covers with the mag, which is not something that happens every month, that's for sure.
In the interview, Keira's as funny and candid as ever, like when admitting she didn't really go wild on her 30th birthday:
Ashley Graham can slay!!
The plus-size model dominated the SwimsuitsForAll campaign featured in Sports Illustrated, but now she's got her own collection to put her face to!
Yay! Something to celebrate!
Ash stars in the ads for her Modern Boudoir line in collaboration with Addition Elle, and they're just as sultry as you might imagine.
Posing in lacy lingerie, that was obviously expected, but there's also plenty of leopard-print and sheer panels to soak in!
Not to mention, Ashley's smolder has these shots on fire!
We're sure the collection will be selling out in no time!
[Image via Addition Elle.]