The San Francisco-bred model and project manager shares what keeps her looking her best
Makeup bag must-haves: 37 Actives treatment foundation, Nars Illuminator in Copacabana and Chanel mascara.
Favorite scent:Diptyque Philosykos. I love how woody and natural it smells, it makes me feel connected to nature even when I’m in NYC.
Biggest beauty regret: In middle school, I ... More
Would you shed your Lululemons to downward dog in the buff? Blushing, one modest journalist takes to her mat with an open mind—and nothing on
I’m not a nudist. In fact, I get self-conscious in a bikini (or even a pair of shorts for that matter) and would much rather cover up with, say, a muumuu or respectable-looking potato sack than downward dog without pants. But for the sake of topical journalism—and getting out of ... More
As more people change their diets, therapy-like relationships between practitioner and patient are trending
At least twice a month, and more if my life is skidding into crisis, I sit on a couch in a sunny, incense-scented office (or call in for a phone session from home) and tell my doctor all. I tell him when I'm feeling anxious or depressed, when my boyfriend ... More
Three master barbers weigh in on the secrets to maintaining a flawless facial hair regimen
You've finally given your five o'clock shadow a chance to make a statement, but you've still got to keep it check. Below, we consult three master barbers from the top names in mens grooming for the only pointers you need to know.
Your Routine (What to Do)
The expert: Thomas ... More
Two doctors are laying new groundwork in the world of natural health—with shocking results
There may be hundreds of doctors’ offices on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, but it’s safe to say none are like The Ash Center for Comprehensive Medicine. Located on the second floor of a high-rise on Fifth Avenue and 61st Street, The Ash Center, started 30 years ... More
Does practicing it cost physicians' income—or put them on the path to fame and fortune?
Few Americans, let alone doctors, have the Q factor of Dr. Mehmet Oz. It begins with his impeccable medical credentials: A graduate of both Harvard and the University of Pennsylvania, he is vice-chair of the department of surgery at Columbia University School of Medicine. With an eponymous TV ... More
The under-the-radar products, services and experts locals love best
Viadade, the Portuguese word for vanity, has no negative connotations in Brazil. On the contrary, it’s considered part of a citizen’s duty to keep up appearances. These five Rio de Janeiro experiences will help you capture a bit of that local bombshell glow on your next visit to South ... More
DuJour Editor-in-Chief Nicole Vecchiarelli tackles her post-baby body
Motivated by the desire to regain strength and confidence after the birth of her second child, DuJour Editor-in-Chief Nicole Vecchiarelli enlisted the help of trainer and Golden Glove-winning boxing champion Ngo Okafor to put her through the wringer. She completed grueling workouts for 30 days while eating as cleanly as ... More