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Estée Lauder to Buy Tom Ford For US$2.8 Billion

Estée Lauder to Buy Tom Ford For US$2.8 Billion

Beauty giant Estée Lauder Cos Inc. has purchased luxury American fashion, cosmetics and fragrance brand Tom Ford. The deal sees Tom Ford himself remaining as the brand’s creative director until the end of 2023, when the newly-minted billionaire plans to move on. Already responsible for the license for Tom Ford Beauty, overseeing the distribution and management of the designer’s luxury fragrances and makeup – a profitable collection which saw an almost 25 percent net sales growth in a combined Q1 and Q2 this year. The deal ensures that Estée Lauder will completely acquire the well-performing Tom Ford Beauty, as well as add a fully-fledged fashion house to its portfolio for the first time, a move that experts say mimics similar moves made by other major luxury groups.
Gigi Hadid for Tom Ford SS19
First prominent as the boundary-pushing creative director for Gucci, then Yves Saint Laurent, Ford opened his eponymous fashion house in 2005. Tom Ford Beauty first launched in 2008 with the iconic Black Orchid EDP, a spicy floral created by David Appel and Pierre Negrin. Released the following year, the brand’s Private Blend collection cemented Tom Ford Beauty as a chic and sexy companion to Ford’s sultry fashion aesthetic. Color cosmetics followed in 2011, with a skincare line named Tom Ford Research launching in 2019.
While Tom Ford Beauty is predicted to continue its upwards success, Estée Lauder has seen multiple beauty brands in its stable close recently. Female-founded brands Rodin Olio Russo and Becca Cosmetics both shuttered in the last two years. Its designer fragrances division which holds the licenses for Donna Karan, DKNY, Michael Kors, and Tommy Hilfiger will be closed in June 2023, leaving the brands to seek new agreements elsewhere.

Diwali 2022 Gift Guide: 30 Presents That Are Perfect for the Festival of Lights

Diwali 2022 Gift Guide: 30 Presents That Are Perfect for the Festival of Lights

It’s that time of the year again! Just before Halloween, Christmas and New Year comes Diwali, the Indian festival of lights that sees homes around the world light up to celebrate the triumph of good over evil. If you celebrate the occasion, it’s likely that you’re planning to host a get-together over the coming days, or are seeing your calendar quickly fill up with Diwali outings at the homes of your closest friends and family. And no Diwali is truly complete without a few good gift exchanges.
Before we get started with this year’s gift guide, however, an important note for all who celebrate Diwali: With environmental concerns only growing stronger year on year, it’s important for all to approach the festival of lights more thoughtfully, using the occasion to reconnect with loved ones and make memories without fireworks and crackers, which are extremely harmful to the ozone layer, dangerous to humans, traumatic for animals, and major contributors of noise pollution.
Now let’s dive in! Household pieces are always a winning choice when it comes to Diwali gifting—why not treat your favorite hosts to ikat print glasses, a paisley print throw, or Versace cake stand? Other must-haves include La DoubleJ’s vibrant dessert plates, party-ready pearl-detailed napkin rings by Completedworks, and beaten gold trays by Tom Dixon, which can easily be decorated with fresh marigold blooms for an authentic festive finish.
For the hosts who love throwing card parties during Diwali, there’s no going wrong with a pristine Alexandra Llewellyn cards set, which comes in rich wooden casing, or even a travel-friendly set by Aerin. A scented Jo Malone candle makes a great pick for those who like to brighten up ever corner, as are Trudon’s earthy candle holders and Ginori’s incense burners.
Coming to fashion, Diwali is a wonderful time to invest in festive wear, and young Indian designers like Saaksha & Kinni and Arpita Mehta are offering up an array of ensembles that perfectly blend traditional elements with modern silhouettes. As for beauty, Miss Dior’s hair oil is as apt a choice as Saanté Selfcare’s collection of facial elixirs and hair potions, all made using ancient Indian remedies rooted in Aromatherapy, Reiki and Ayurveda. For makeup enthusiasts, Makeup by Mario’s jewel-toned eyeshadow palette is a festive must-have.
Below, check out Vogue Arabia’s edit of the best Diwali 2022 gifts. 
Beyond Extravagance, Assouline. AED 1,824
Birdcage scented candle, L’objet. AED 777
Blanket, Alanui. AED 8,669
Born In Roma, Valentino. AED 425
Cake stand, Versace. AED 2,132
Candle holder, Trudon. AED 1,506
Cape set, Arpita Mehta. AED 1,385
Crystal bowl, Reflections Copenhagen. AED 2,056
Dessert plates, La DoubleJ. AED 942
English Pear & Freesia and Lime Basil & Mandarin candle, Jo Malone London. AED 701
Hair oil, face elixir and pillow spray, Saanté Selfcare
Heels, Malone Souliers
Ikat dress, Rianna + Nina. AED 8,945
Ikat print glasses, Les Ottomans. AED 500
Incense burner, Ginori 1735. AED 1,000
Kaftan, Sea. AED 1,703
Kurta and trousers, Saaksha & Kinni. AED 1,225
Linen napkins, Cabana. AED 660
Master Metallics Palette, Makeup by Mario. AED 186
Miss Dior Hair Oil, AED 222
Napkin rings, Completedworks. AED 1,146
Place mat, Sea. AED 351
Playing cards set, Alexandra Llewellyn. AED 20,415
Silver bowl, Buccellati. AED 1,483
Snack server, L’objet. AED 2,746
Sugar bowl, Dolce & Gabbana. AED 1,400
Tea light holder, Tom Dixon. AED 246
Travel cards set, Aerin. AED 2,072
Tray, Suzanne Kalan. AED 1,224
Tray, Tom Dixon. AED 1,348

Exclusive: How You Can Win a Mentorship With Huda Kattan

Exclusive: How You Can Win a Mentorship With Huda Kattan

Photo: Courtesy Huda Beauty
Huda Kattan says she hopes to kickstart the next generation of entrepreneurs with Huda Beauty’s latest campaign. Inspired by her brand’s origin story, the new EM[POWER]ED makeup collection has launched alongside a one of a kind campaign. Aspiring entrepreneurs can win one of three start-up prizes, each including a US$6,000 prize to go towards their budgeoning business, along with an exclusive mentoring session with Kattan.
Photo: Courtesy Huda Beauty
“As I have been on the journey learning to love myself even more deeply, I’ve started to feel more empowered,” Kattan tells Vogue Arabia. Famously, Huda Beauty was founded after Kattan secured a US$6,000 loan from her sister Alya, funding what would become one of the biggest beauty brands in the world. “The loan from my big sister meant and means the world to me. Not only was it what I needed to create our very first product – and that was a lot of money for both of us at the time – but it was such an incredible symbol of support and belief in me,” shares Kattan. “That huge gesture gave me the courage and the resources to chase after my huge dream and that’s exactly what I want to empower other people to do. When I first started the Huda Beauty Blog, I never imagined that I could create a business and sustain myself from my passion, but Alya encouraged me to push the boundaries, take risks, and has been there for me every step of the way.” By paying this act of support on, Kattan hopes to fund another’s dream. “Because of my journey, I want to be that person for someone… a big sister for our community! Now it’s my chance to pay it forward and empower others all over the world,” she explains. “By doing this, I hope to encourage the development of new skills and the continuation of creative endeavors in the beauty realm.”
The lip kit trio. Photo: Courtesy Huda Beauty
Following the bold themes of empowerment and creativity, the new EM[POWER]ED collection includes a brush set, lip trio kit, face gloss and mascara, among other beauty essentials. “The EM[POWER]ED collection was inspired by my personal journey of self-worth, and this collection aims to empower everyone to dream big, believe in themselves, achieve it, and celebrate themselves and the people around them,” shares Kattan. The EM[POWER]ED eyeshadow palette includes 18 shades of golds, coppers, browns, and neutrals, plus a QR code that leads to the campaign entry page. “To me, empowerment is about accepting and embracing every aspect of who you are and then unlocking that superpower that is in in every single one of us,” Kattan tells Vogue Arabia. “By doing that, you have the power to change the world and everything around you for the better. This collection empowers me to live my best-life with versatile, buildable, and perfect-for-all occasions shades and formulas.”
Photo: Courtesy Huda Beauty
Future entrepreneurs can apply from the Huda Beauty EM[POWER]ED grant by scanning the EM[POWER]ED eyeshadow palette QR and completing the microsite application.

Kourtney Kardashian Barker Expands Her Wellness Portfolio By Launching a Gummy Supplement Brand

Kourtney Kardashian Barker Expands Her Wellness Portfolio By Launching a Gummy Supplement Brand

Photo: Courtesy of Lemme
Kourtney Kardashian Barker is adding a new wellness venture to her portfolio. The reality TV star and entrepreneur, who also founded the lifestyle community Poosh, has now launched a vitamin brand named Lemme. “After years of struggling to find the right supplements, I embarked on a journey to create science-backed products that you would legitimately look forward to taking every day,” Kardashian Barker stated in the announcement.
Photo: Courtesy of Lemme
Each formula in the ingestible beauty brand was muscle tested on herself, and features three gummy variants: Lemme Focus, a strawberry-flavored gummy cognizin citicoline, lion’s mane, MCT oil; Lemme Chill, a berry-flavored gummy with ashwaghanda and goji berry; and Lemme Matcha, which is said to be partially inspired by her relationship with husband Travis Barker. They come packaged in clear lilac bottles with matching pastel labels, inspired by vintage candy jars and Kardashian Barker’s love for them.
While her sisters Kim and Kylie have a major hold on the beauty and skincare world with their respective lines, a vitamin brand makes sense for Kourtney Kardashian who is a known wellness enthusiast. The 43-year-old previously fronted Vogue Arabia’s July/August 2020 Wellness Issue, where she shared that her clean living journey began when she had her first child, “I started learning about what we put in our bodies and then it was kind of a snowball effect. You can’t unlearn the information,” she said.

Speaking to WSJ about Lemme, and how the brand name came to be, Kardashian Barker said, “I couldn’t think of the right word for each scenario [in which to take a supplement], but we’d say all the time, ‘Lemme focus on this.’ Once we realized we use it so much in our vocabulary, none of us could get it out of our heads. You know, Lemme-everything-that-I’m-doing.”
Kardashian Baker’s Lemme will be available to purchase via the brand’s website from September 27.
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If Iraqi YouTuber Noor Stars Were a Lipstick, She Would Be This Limited Edition MAC Must-Have

If Iraqi YouTuber Noor Stars Were a Lipstick, She Would Be This Limited Edition MAC Must-Have

Photo: Courtesy MAC Cosmetics
Always ready to take over the internet with an exciting new drop, MAC Cosmetics is celebrating a rather special collaboration this season. The much-loved makeup brand, which has earned a cult following for its vast range of lip colors, is now celebrating a fresh new hue. The latest shade, which happens to be a limited edition number, has been created by none other than Iraqi content creator Noor Stars.

“I’ve been dying to announce what I’ve been cooking up with MAC Cosmetics for the past two years!!!!” Stars finally revealed on Instagram on August 29. The cheeky teaser showed a series of clips of the YouTuber hiding her lips from the camera, and a newer post last week revealed the shade of her personalized new lipstick for the makeup brand. Named Warm Dusty Rose, this matte hue is fresh, light, and perfect for the summer. “My shade was inspired by my daily life needs when it comes to lipstick. A shade suitable for everyone, everywhere and at all times,” Stars told Vogue Arabia.
Photo: Courtesy MAC Cosmetics
The latest drop in MAC’s range of MAC Maker colors wasn’t just selected by Stars, but was also made with her beauty priorities at the forefront. A part of a total of eight MAC Maker lippies, each limited edition lipstick is unique to its public personality, taking inspiration from the talent, along with their inputs on specific formulations that impact the color, texture and finish of the final product. The eight MAC Makers—who are leaders in a range of fields, from modeling and beauty to music, dance, comedy, and much more—have all reportedly worked closely with MAC Artists and the brand’s product development team to perfect their offering. What’s more, each limited edition lipstick will only be available in the region where its MAC Maker resides. “This partnership has been one of the most noteworthy milestones in my career,” Stars shared. “Having walked the same path a select few highly-influential individuals have walked, I am grateful for the opportunity to leave my mark.”
Photo: Courtesy MAC Cosmetics
Like all MAC favorites, the lipstick promises satisfying color payoff, and works seamlessly on all skin tones. Noor Stars’ edition comes in a summery ombré case that transforms from a cheerful pink to yellow gold, and finally, a lush leafy green. The casing also features her signature, giving it one more personal element that promises to make her whopping 13.2 million followers feel more connected to her. Add this one to your wish list for the season.
Photo: Courtesy MAC Cosmetics

Emirati Women’s Day 2022: 20 Gifts That Are Absolutely Perfect for the Occasion

Emirati Women’s Day 2022: 20 Gifts That Are Absolutely Perfect for the Occasion

Photo: Marie Barsch
Originally founded in 2015 by Her Highness Sheikha Fatima Bint Mubarak, Emirati Women’s Day is an occasion that is very close to our heart here at Vogue Arabia. The much-respected powerhouse who juggles many hats as Chairwoman of the General Women’s Union, President of the Supreme Council for Motherhood and Childhood, and Supreme Chairwoman of the Family Development, conceptualized the annual event in an effort to celebrate the work done by Emirati women around the world, and serves as a reminder that the women of the UAE are a force to be reckoned with.
This year, the Mother of the Nation has chosen the theme of Emirati Women’s Day to be “Inspiring Reality; Sustainable Future”, a thoughtful concept that inspires us all to look forward towards a better tomorrow. From an Abaya Rally in Abu Dhabi to a special panel discussion featuring Emirati electrical engineer and life coach Walaa Ahmed Al Shehhi and Emirati aircraft engineer Suaad Al Shamsi, August 28 will see Emirati women throughout the region celebrating in different ways. And in your own little way, you can make the women in your life feel special too.
On occasion of Emirati Women’s Day, we have put together an edit of gifts that are bound to be treasured. Treat your closest friends to kaftans by Taller Marmo and Azzalia, or go a little more contemporary with a La Double J dress that’s ideal for hot summer days. Remind your sister of home with Tom Ford’s oud wood candle, or with Diptyque’s perfumed brooch, which serves as the perfect accessory for head scarves. To commemorate the day, you can’t go wrong with Judith Leiber’s sparkling Emirates-inspired clutch, while Loewe’s pistachio green handbag makes an easy day-to-day hold-all. For the style enthusiast, Valentino’s emerald green earrings are a win, as are Amina Abdul Jillil’s festive bow-detailed heels. And for the Emirati girl who loves her beauty fix, Myriam K’s oud hair perfume, Huda Beauty’s latest eyeshadow palette, and GHD’s platinum white hair straightener make absolute must-haves.

Below, take a closer look at Vogue Arabia’s favorite gifts for Emirati Women’s Day 2022.
Bag, Loewe. AED 9,431
Blazer, Stella McCartney. AED 5,355
Cleansing Balm, Olivianna
Dress, La Double J
Earrings, Valentino. AED 1,242
Emirates clutch, Judith Leiber. Couture AED 16,116
Eyeshadow palette, Huda Beauty. AED 135
Hair straightener, GHD
Heels, Amina Abdul Jillil. AED 2,370
Kaftan, Azzalia. AED 975

Necklace, Marie-Lichtenberg. AED 24,818
Oud hair perfume, Myriam K. AED 204
Oud wood candle, Tom Ford Beauty. AED 330
Perfumed brooch, Diptyque. AED 461
Kaftan, Taller Marmo. AED 5,268
Qahwa gift set, Bateel. AED 550
Ring, Arqa Jewellery
Scarf, Bally. AED 1,350
Sunglasses, Prada
Watch, Gucci. AED 2,151

Arab Hair Stylist Ilham Mestour Named New Artistic Director of Balmain Hair Couture

Arab Hair Stylist Ilham Mestour Named New Artistic Director of Balmain Hair Couture

Photo: Courtesy Balmain
Dutch-Moroccan hair stylist, Ilham Mestour has been announced as the new Artistic Director for Balmain Hair Couture. The friend of Vogue Arabia is known for her creative eye and gravity-defying voluminous hair designs – and her own crown of stunning curls – with her work appearing in top editorials and campaigns.
Hair by Ilham Mestour. Photographed by Julien Vallon for Vogue Arabia October 2021
A Fashion Week veteran, she has engineered hair looks backstage for Armani, Burberry, Gucci, Valentino, Givenchy, Max Mara, Fendi, Rick Owens, Ferragamo, and Zac Posen. Mestour has worked with celebrities, top models, and royalty, with her impressive client list including Queen Maxima of the Netherlands, Naomi Campbell, Kate Moss, Farida Khelfa, Imaan Hammam, Carla Bruni, Amina Muaddi, Mona Zaki, Samira Said, Nadine Nassib, Carla Bruna and many more.
Hair by Ilham Mestour for Vogue Arabia March 2022. Photographed by Tom Munro
“I have known Balmain Hair Couture for over 20 years, and our friendship has now been sealed with a beautiful collaboration in which we share the same vision and passion,” Mestour tells Vogue Arabia. “I’m very excited for this new adventure.”
Originally from Casablanca, Mestour moved to the Netherlands as a girl, before returning to Morocco, and later, to Paris. Here she honed her craft during the fast pace of Fashion Week. In a stroke of synergy, Balmain Hair Couture also has a Dutch connection, with the brand launching after Pierre Balmain began collaborating with young wigmaker Dick Guliker, a Netherlands native.
Hair by Ilham Mestour. Photographed by Domen & Van De Velde for Vogue Arabia

This Brand New Fenty Collaboration Confuses Lipgloss with… Ketchup

This Brand New Fenty Collaboration Confuses Lipgloss with… Ketchup

Fenty Beauty’s latest launch is…ketchup? In an April Fool’s reminiscent release, the Rihanna-founded beauty brand has just dropped a collaboration with MSCHF, inspired by tomato ketchup. The MSCHF x Fenty Beauty Ketchup Or Makeup set presents six identical sachets, styled like individual sauce packages. Some contain ketchup, the others are filled with Fenty beauty’s best selling Gloss Bomb lip gloss in a cherry hue.
Retailing for US$25, the collector’s item is available at a New York hotdog stand pop-up, or online at KetchupOrMakeup.com. Reactions online have been mixed, with some Fenty fans agog at the surprise launch, while other social media commenters are confused by the left field collaboration.
Unfamiliar with MSCHF? The art collective specializes in off-kilter collabs – some real, some imaginary – with unexpected celebrities and brand names, creating sometimes bizarre pairings. MSCHF has previously released the Lil Nas x Nikes, Jimmy Fallon’s Gobstomper sneakers, mocked up Birkenstock sandals produced from a disassembled Hermes Birkin, and produced the headline grabbing Eat the Rich ice cream truck.

Haircare Brand Gisou Is Celebrating Bees Day With a One-of-a-Kind Pop-Up

Haircare Brand Gisou Is Celebrating Bees Day With a One-of-a-Kind Pop-Up

Negin Mirsalehi, founder of Gisou. Photo: Courtesy Gisou
Bees are essential to a healthy environment—and the economy—and the good news is, more and more people around the globe are now getting gaining awareness on the importance of bee preservation. Cue Bees Day, which falls on May 20, and has been recognized around the globe by communities.Among the many to celebrate the important event is beauty brand Gisou. Born out of a passion for honey bees and haircare, Gisou was founded by Negin Mirsalehi, who also happens to be an active beekeeper, so it comes as no surprise that Bees Day is a special one for her. This year, Mirsalehi has put together a special pop-up in Amsterdam—and an online Bee Learning course that will be taught by none other than Negar Mirsalehi, Negin’s sister and Gisou’s very first beekeper-in-chief. What’s more, customers will also now get a chance to shop for limited edition Gisou originals, and become certified beekeepers in a whopping 30 minutes flat.
Photo: Courtesy Gisou
All set to take place between May 20 and May 22, Gisou’s Bee Season celebration will stretch on through Bee Season, and will come to a close on August 20, 2022, which marks National Honey Bee Day. For now, the Amsterdam pop-up will give visitors a peek into life in the Mirsalehi Bee Garden, with honey tasting sessions, deep dives into the Honey Museum. If you’re not in Amsterdam right now, you can also be part of the experience by heading to Gisou’s official website.
Negin Mirsalehi, founder of Gisou. Photo: Courtesy Gisou
Following in the footsteps of six generations in her family, Negin Mirsalehi, founder of Gisou, has a rich history with beekeeping, spending a large part of her childhood learning how to maintain a healthy colony of bees with her father in Iran. To learn more about the importance of bees, click here.

Pat McGrath Is Launching Her First Skincare Product–And Naomi Campbell Is Already a Fan

Pat McGrath Is Launching Her First Skincare Product–And Naomi Campbell Is Already a Fan

Vogue Arabia, November 2018. Photo: Chris Colls
For all the follows and likes Pat McGrath generates around her makeup artistry every season (Julia Fox’s internet-breaking black eyeliner didn’t just happen), it’s the skin quality she has pioneered over the course of her storied career that is perhaps her biggest calling card. Hydrated, but not oily; smooth, but realistic, with a makeup-priming moisture quality that is “lightweight yet nourishing,” McGrath explains. Much like she developed a seven-step lipstick technique to achieve the ultimate in petal-soft pigment, McGrath has been cocktailing her own skin-care formula for her entire career, layering simple creams spiked with rose water to create a quick-penetrating emulsion. And just as that signature makeup technique became Pat McGrath Labs’ best-selling MatteTrance Lipstick, her patented skin prep has finally been bottled.
Called Divine Skin Rose 001 and formulated by a Korean lab, the milky liquid that will launch on Patmcgrath.com closely resembles a blendable essence, formulated with 97% naturally derived ingredients; shake it up, and a ceramide-boosted oil phase combines with an antioxidant-spiked rose water phase to create McGrath’s replenished, rebalanced glow. “The truth is I’ve been working on skin care as long as I have been working in makeup,” admits McGrath, who has tweaked her formula not in focus groups but on supermodels, including Naomi Campbell, who stars in the campaign for the rose-tinted glass bottle that will arrive at select Sephoras later this year. “I wouldn’t use anything else,” says Campbell—which is high praise considering Campbell is serious about her skin care, specifically her hydration. “You never want your skin to look dried out. It’s not attractive. It’s unbecoming,” she says. Here, Campbell reveals how she’s been using the uniquely textured Essence, and why after all these years in the business, good sleep might be the real secret to good skin.
Photo: Siena Saba
As someone who has been on countless sets with Pat and at countless shows with Pat, what is her point of difference when it comes to skin finish?
When you work with Pat, before you she puts makeup on you, she really massages your skin—she loves glowy, dewy skin. So your makeup goes on smoother, everything just rolls. That’s her secret: that the skin still looks like skin and you see you and that’s important, I feel. That’s what I love about her; she never makes me matte. When you’re too matte you lose the whole person. Your makeup becomes like a mask. Pat’s makeup never looks like that.
As a #McGrathMuse and, perhaps even more importantly, a Pat McGrath confidant, were you at all a part of tweaking early incarnations of her first skin-care product?
She’s been trying this out on me for a while now so I’ve had a bit of a head start in using it in my skin regime. We were actually using it last year when we were doing the Divine Rose makeup launch, but I couldn’t talk about it then, so I’m so excited that I can say all of this now. The cat’s outta the bag! In the beginning, she would ask me things like, “How does it feel? How long did it stay on?” It goes on the skin, but it also goes in the skin. It just makes everything glowy and plump, which is important for me because I’m on set all the time, and I’m in front of lights, and I’m on planes, and my skin dries out and it gets really dehydrated no matter how much water I drink. Drink water, drink water. I never drink enough. My test is really traveling, though—how often do I need to reapply something on the plane so my skin feels hydrated. I usually sleep straight through flights and with this, I’d wake up and still have the shine.
It is not an exaggeration to say that your skin is, in fact, divine. Drop the routine!
It’s about clean for me. I cleanse in the morning and I cleanse at night. You’ve got to get the makeup off! And I need products that help make my skin look good without makeup, because I don’t wear makeup when I’m not working. I just put little bits where I want to cover blemishes so my skin can breathe. My next step is usually a serum, and sometimes I use the Essence first, before my serum, and sometimes I mix it with my serum and put it on together. You can top it off with a cream if you’d like, but in the summertime, you don’t need to. The Essence is enough.
I watched an amazing clip on your YouTube channel about some of your pre-runway body prep including an incredible lymphatic drainage massage. Are there any treatments that you regularly engage in for your face in tandem with good skin care?
I try to do my facials—you need to if you’re traveling, or you’re in the sun a lot. I don’t wear a lot of sunblock on my skin because I break out from sunblock. So I like people to extract because you have to clean out your pores sometimes! And I do microneedling every once in a while, too.
These days, so much of good skin care comes down to good self-care. How do you prioritize yourself with such a busy work schedule—and a newborn at home!—not just physically but mentally, spiritually, etc.?
The water thing is huge for me, and I’m always, like, how can I make water fun? Growing up I wasn’t really raised on soda so we always had cordials that we mixed with water, and that’s what I still drink. And I try to eat the right food and take the right vitamins—vitamin D, vitamin C, B, zinc, fish oils. Good skin is so much about what you eat, too. And sleep! I try to get as much sleep as possible even though I have a young one now. When I was younger I really didn’t need that much sleep, but now I like my sleep. It kickstarts things and helps me be enthusiastic about the day ahead.
Originally published in Vogue.com
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