Since hitting the spotlight, Sophie Grégoire Trudeau—along with her stylist Jessica Mulroney—has championed Canadian designers and brands. Take a look at her vibrant fashion choices.
For her second outfit during the Royal Canada Tour, Sophie wore a flattering dress by Tanya Taylor.
To greet Will and Kate on their Royal Canada tour, Sophie wore a dress by Éditions de Robes and a hat by The Saucy Milliner.
Sophie wore a Tracy Moore designed by Freda dress to greet the Chinese premiere.
Trudeau paired a Pink Tartan blazer with an UNTITTD gold dress and a statement necklace from Katherine Karambelas Jewelry.
While walking the blue carpet for the Global Citizen fesitval, Sophie wore this classic leather jacket from Canadian brand Mackage.
After walking the blue carpet, Trudeau ditched her Mackage jacket to reveal this black dress from Madame Moje.
Trudeau wore the same red jumpsuit by Lucian Matis that she donned for Canada Day. We love that she shops her own closet!
Sophie wore a dress by Jason Wu from The Room at Hudson's Bay on her husband's trip to China.
Trudeau wore a turquoise jumpsuit by designer Aleks Susak to celebrate Pride in Vancouver. Bracelets from Anzie, sunnies from Claudia Alan and Susie Wall and wedges from Browns complete the look.
Trudeau looked absolutely perfect on her first Canada Day as the nation's first lady, sporting a white hat and red one-piece by Canadian designer Lucian Matis.
Sophie wore American colours and Canadian designer Muriel Dombret to meet with President Obama in June, 2016.
Accessorizing with dangling earrings and pulled back hair, Sophie looked like a prize in a gold ballgown at the Ottawa State Dinner.
At the Press Gallery Dinner Trudeau wore this UNTTLD white dress—looking classy while having some fun.
Trudeau is wearing a custom Aleks Susak two-piece during a private ceremony in Ottawa in early June, 2016.
Sophie wore Lucian Matis to round out her Japan wardrobe.
Posing with other spouses of the G7 leaders, Sophie looks comfortable and elegant in a jumpsuit created by Toronto-born Tanya Taylor.
On May 26, 2016, the first lady of Canada sported a custom design by Canadian designer Wayne Clark during a cocktail event at the G7 summit in Japan.
Sophie Gregoire Trudeau wore a pale pink dress by Jay Godfrey to meet Empress Michiko of Japan during a trip to the Imperial Palace on May 24, 2016.
On May 24, 2016, Gregoire Trudeau wore a floral dress by Erdem to visit the Meiji Shrine in Tokyo.
For her arrival at the airport in Tokyo, Gregoire Trudeau wore a suit by Montreal designer Marie Saint Pierre.
Gregoire Trudeau in a lovely Greta Constantine dress accessorized with a simple string of pearls.
Sophie was dressed head-to-toe in Canadian designs for the 2016 Canadian Arts and Fashion Awards. She wore a tailored jumpsuit by Mikael D. with a deep V in front and a beautiful flowing cape with embellished shoulders.
We're used to seeing Sophie in feminine, colourful pieces, but this woman can rock a suit as well. She wore Canadian favourite Pink Tartan at the Catalyst Awards Dinner in March 2016, where her husband was honoured.
For the state dinner in March 2016, Trudeau chose a fuschia gown by Lucian Matis, and accessorized with a handbag by Ela, Zvelle shoes, John de Jong earrings and a Dean Davidson ring. The gown was classic in its design, but a vibrant and youthful choice for Trudeau, who isn't afraid of colour. Michelle Obama also chose Canadian (wearing custom Jason Wu) to the state dinner.
Wearing a red and pink dress from Lucian Matis, Trudeau accessorized with heels by Zvelle and a red clutch from Aldo.
Trudeau wore a custom DUY suit for her arrival with her family in Washington.
Sophie Gregoire Trudeau wore this dazzling Greta Constantine dress for the International Women's Empowerment Leadership Conference in Toronto in early 2016.
For the Remembrance Day ceremony in Ottawa in 2015, Sophie Grégoire Trudeau chose a grey coat by the Toronto-based company Sentaler, and a cloche (hat) by Chapeaux de Madeleine in Ottawa.
Sporting a two-tone, floral dress by Erdem for Justin Trudeau's swearing in as Prime Minister, Sophie Trudeau looked regal. Her only accessory? A simple poppy for Remembrance Day.
Trudeau wore something a little more traditional as she arrived for the opening ceremony of the Commonwealth Heads of Government meeting in November of 2015, wearing a pale pink lace dress with a matching fascinator.
Sophie Grégoire Trudeau helped design her own wedding dress, with a little help from Les Noces Couture in Montreal.
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Looking for a delicious cookie to add to you holiday baking repertoire? We share 16 of our favourite drop cookie recipes for you to pick from.
Crispy sugar-dusted crusts surround perfectly soft, chewy centres in these chocolaty delights. The cookies are so addictive. With plenty of milk on standby, there's no telling how quickly they'll disappear.
Canadian Living has published many chocolate chip cookie recipes, but founding food editor Carol Ferguson's recipe, with a punchy hit of vanilla, is the standout. You can try making these cookies with all butter as well.
Ground chai tea and some additional ground chai spices give these buttery almond cookies a subtle, pleasing flavour. Find loose-leaf chai tea in bulk food stores or specialty tea shops. In a pinch, empty a tea bag or two to get the proper amount.
Tart sour cherries and dark chocolate are a delightful match - especially in this easy drop cookie. It's a guaranteed cookie exchange win.
Just a pinch of cinnamon takes white chocolate to even greater heights of flavour. It also acts as a delicious counterpoint to the gingery spice of these cookies, which are perfectly crispy on the outside and delectably chewy on the inside.
The coarse sugar on these licorice-flavoured drops glistens like snowballs. Split the remaining vanilla bean half and place in airtight container with 1/2 cup granulated sugar. The vanilla will permeate the sugar. Use it to sprinkle on scones or cookies, or in your morning coffee.
These rich morsels have a gorgeous crackle topping.
This twist on the traditional classic is sure to please everyone!
Recipes in early cookbooks, such as the 1915 edition of the Five Roses Cook Book, show that ginger cookies have been a favourite for generations.
These crispy ginger logs got their name because the thin chocolate coating on top makes them look like eclairs when they're lined up on a platter. Play around with other types of chocolate coating if you like – milk, dark and white chocolates are all delicious with the slightly spicy ginger.
Coarse sugar coats these delightful cookies, giving them an icy glow. Baking them just until the edges begin to firm up delivers chewy cookies; for crispier results, bake until the tops are firm too, 1 to 2 minutes longer. Keep in mind that these cookies harden while cooling, so it pays not to bake them until they're overly crisp.
Snowy white cookies, double-rolled in icing sugar, melt in your mouth and, if you don't watch out, will deliciously dust your holiday outfit.
Crystallized ginger adds an extra dose of zippy spice to these super-easy drop cookies. Walnut halves on top add a touch of elegance to your holiday cookie platters.
Made with only four ingredients, these chewy gluten-free drop cookies take just a few minutes to prepare. Walnuts don't keep well for extended periods at room temperature, so taste them before you begin to make sure they're fresh.
Honey-roasted peanuts add a sweet crunch to these favourite drop cookies.
Everyone loves a surprise, especially when it's a holiday favourite, such as the chocolate-covered almonds tucked inside these toasty macaroons. Be sure the coconut covers the almond completely or its chocolate will melt onto the pan and ruin the surprise.