This is our annual Feminism issue, packed with strong female voices and bold ideas.
Some reasons why you should pick up your copy today:
1. Lorraine Candy makes an impassioned plea for us all to become active Feminists. In her second to last ever (sob) Editor's Letter, she proposes the perfect antidote to the confusion of 2016.
2. How to dress for your Christmas party without resorting to the predictable party dress.
3. Why you should be carrying teeny tiny bags and wearing single statement earrings by ELLE's Accessories Editor Donna Wallace.
4. The new power dressing: ELLE's Fashion Features Editor Kenya Hunt tells us why sport is ruling womenswear.
5. This is ELLE's fifth Feminism issue. We asked London mayor Sadiq Khan, MP Nicola Sturgeon, Olympic Gold Medalist Nicola Adams and Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Robin Givhan: 'What is Femininity today?'
Read one of the brilliant essays here:
6. 'No need to be so sassy John' - Lotte Jeffs, ELLE's Acting Editor-In-Chief takes down the word 'Sassy' as a female only adjective.
7. She's told audiences to kill her, made strangers cry and has faced criticism that her work is sadism, read the life story of artist Marina Abramovic.
8. Friendship breakups can be as heart breaking as romantic splits. Writer Deborah Shapiro tells us what it's like to be left by a friend.
9. Dating is finally decoded. What happens when you get a dating coach? Writer Marisa Meltzer finds love.
10. Alicia Keys talks feminism, parenting and mind over matter. Get your special edition Alicia cover here.
11. Nocturnal animals, the Fashion story on what you really want to be wearing post midnight.
12. Our biggest ever beauty gift guide. The most Instagramable candle, the leather cladded compact, and the gold gilded make-up brushes: the absolute, most covetable gifts you'll want this Christmas, listed.
13. And finally - Cover star Daphne Groeneveld, 21, the model who is leading the New Supers. A different generation of working models whose success isn't made in Instagram followings or pop star boyfriends. For them it's all about being really, really ridiculously good looking and wearing clothes exceptionally well.
Buy the issue, on sale now.