writer, journalist, actress, human
Simona Rabinovitch has been writing, performing and traveling since she can remember. Ever curious about what makes people tick, she covers arts, pop culture, travel, music and entertainment for the Globe & Mail, Macleans.ca, Billboard.com NUVO, MTV's Hive, DazedDigital, BlackBook.com, and many more. She's also contributed to Lonely Planet, Interview, Paper, Nylon, ELLE Canada, Spinner, Keyboard, and Spin.com, penned columns and edited international magazines. She worked as a national television producer before leaving the corporate world to focus on her own projects, including creating and hosting a cable TV series in her hometown of Montreal. These days, she's developing a new TV concept while writing a stage play based on her (mis)adventures as a music journalist.
In the 1980s, he sent men in skirts down the down the runway. In the '90s, he put Madonna on stage in the infamous cone bra. Gaultier stands out because of his art and his influence on the world, which is the focus of his career retrospective in Montreal.
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