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Fashion
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Frequency Monthly
Company St. Joseph Media
Country

Canada

Language

English

Website

fashionmagazine.com


Fashion is a Canadian fashion magazine published by St. Joseph Media. Established in 1977, it is currently based in Toronto. The magazine covers international, national and local fashion and beauty trends and news. It aims to reach affluent, style-conscious urban women.

Demi Lovato was on the cover of the August 2013 issue of Fashion magazine.

2013

Description

Fresh from causing major palpitations with her platinum-selling single "Heart Attack" and smashing records with her fourth studio album — Demi Lovato graces the August cover of FASHION magazine. Photographed in sunny Los Angeles at Milk Studios, Lovato spoke to features editor Elio Iannacci on the highs and lows of her career as well as her views on songwriting, relationships and her return as a judge on X-Factor this fall. [1]

Quotes

Guys can be scandalous and not get any crap for it. In my song ("Something That We're Not"), I'm saying, 'girls, have your fun—don't let anyone let you feel bad about your actions. Ever.

—Demi on dealing with double standards

L.A. has opened my eyes. I learned that ignorance stood in the way of my insight. I wasn't really being honest with the way I used to live. I was pretending to be a role model during the day and turning into a wild child at night.

—Demi on how moving to L.A. helped her transform

I could remember word for word what my bullies said to me. Last night I had nightmares about it…just degrading things that hurt me and affected self-esteem. It affected the way I look at girls my age. I used to fear them.

—Demi on how her childhood bullies still affect her

The show made me a tougher critic and better empathizer. I understand artists a lot more now. I get scared for them because we if they don’t make the right decisions right now or if they don’t have the right people around them, they could put their careers in danger. What they never show (on X-Factor) is me backstage crying with certain contestants. I had to walk off a couple of times too because it gets too emotional for me. They never showed that.

—Demi on how X-Factor is keeping her on her toes

I wrote a song called "I Hate You, Don't Leave Me" when I was reading a book on borderline personality disorder with the same title — it's by Hal Strauss. It resonated with relationships I've been in and a few of the relationships that I see.

—Demi on her unique songwriting process

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