By Emily Ross
Because they're way better than books.
Beautiful layout, stunning photos, quirky tips. You're one step closer to being a hipster.
It's been around for this long, it's gotta be good.
Their tagline is "A wise guide to the art of being a woman," cheesy, but true.
To up the Cancon, this magazine has the most beautiful paper and photography.
The New Yorker
Gives you material for high-brow discussion. (We all know you just read the cartoons.)
The Travel Almanac
More like a book, the pastel colours of each issue make this a bookshelf staple. The content is pretty good too.
More beautiful than you could imagine.
Because, well, it's nice to be reminded this media empire started with a magazine.
New York Magazine
Some of the most interesting long form journalism that still exists infused with wit. Allows you to live a tiny bit of a New York dream life.
Vancouver arts + culture with a smidge of sass. There are also often nipples. (I may be biased).
An everything magazine. Economics and business to neighbourhoods and shopping, all from a UK perspective.