Evangelista at the Lanvin fashion show in July 1990 in Paris (Daniel Simon/Gamma-Rapho /Getty Images)

The unbearable beauty of Linda Evangelista

The supermodel’s imperious gaze came to define the ’90s. Now, she says a cosmetic procedure has stolen her looks, her livelihood, her very identity. So whose fault is that?
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Enter the Great Canadian Photo Contest!

Canada is photogenic, and we want you to help prove it. Submit your photos to Maclean’s contest and find your latest assignments
(Photo illustration by Levi Nicholson and Richard Redditt)

Survival of the prettiest: The mysterious power of attractive people

From picking mates to choosing politicians, new research says society’s bias toward attractiveness has ugly results

The strange history of hair removal

Rebecca Herzig tracks the growing American antipathy towards body hair
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Chinese graduates use surgery to get ahead

Beauty may trump merit in competitive job market
Arrested Development

Arrested Development’s elephant in the room

Jessica Allen on what’s shaping up to be Hollywood’s new standard of beauty
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Jenna Talackova: Born to be queen

How Canada’s transgendered star melted Trump’s icy heart
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Women lash out—way, way out

For women who’d rather be caught without pants on than forget their mascara, there’s a new ‘miracle’ fix
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The trick to loving how you look

It starts with knowing your type. Are you a 3, like Laureen Harper?
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Really cheap beauty secrets

An L.A. aesthetician divulges her recipes for homemade treatments