What the ELLE Canada team wants for 2022 – nach Welt



Sophie-Banford

Sophie-Banford


From our team to you, we share some of our hopes and hopes on the way into the new year.

While we don’t necessarily support the idea of ​​New Years Resolutions at ELLE Canada, we would like to send some positive vibes out into the universe so that the editorial team shares their hopes for the year ahead. Happy Holidays to everyone and may your wishes come true!

“Time. Time to do nothing, time to watch plants grow, time to read, laugh, dream, hesitate, play outside, watch TV, plan a vacation, repaint the bathroom, admire art, bake cakes. Only time – good time. “

Sophie banford, editor

“I hope that we stop making ourselves too thin, that we learn to question things – individually and as a society – and that we appreciate the simple joys in life.”

Joanie Pietracupa, Editor-in-chief

“I hope to see a new year full of things that have never been done before – out with the old and in with the new. As Prince would say, ‘Party like 1999!’ “

Annie Horth, Creative director

“After experiencing the world so intensely on social media, I hope that we will all review our relationships with these digital platforms and the information being disseminated about how this affects our mental health and how we perceive ourselves and others. ”

Joanna Fox, Associate Editor

“Precious moments with loved ones to make up for the time we lost during the pandemic and to find a healthy balance between the different areas of our life so that we can enjoy life at a pace that suits us.”

Théo Dupuis-Carbonneau, Beauty Director

“A new year full of love, meekness, peace, health, sharing, pleasure, adventure and all the other things that lead to happiness.”

Rosalie Christian, Senior Graphic Designer

“To experience the little joys and to enjoy every moment with those we love.”

Laurence Fontaine, Grafikdesigner

“Quite simply: be brave!”

Claudia Guy, Editorial Coordinator

“Jump into puddles, laugh out loud, look at each other kindly and enjoy every moment of our regained freedom.”

Cynthia Quellet, Director of digital content

“To see a world of equal opportunities for all genders, ages, sizes, cultures and physical abilities; a country where we are no longer blind to persistent inequalities, sexism and apparent systemic racism; a country where being black or indigenous is not a death sentence, but rather a gift. After all, I want the privileged to stand up and stand up for and with the less fortunate. “

Camille Cardin-Goyer, Digital content manager

“More understanding and openness, high-quality moments with our loved ones, opportunities to enjoy nature and lots of love and kindness.”

Alex Gonthier, Digital content assistant

“A return to what matters most – good mental and physical health – and being able to keep indulging in our passions.”

Estelle Gervais, Fashion and market editor

“Happiness, laughter and ease.”

Marouchka Franjulien, Author of fashion features

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