Our co-founder's favorite shopping finds.
Throughout each week I encounter a ton of products, people, places, and things. Some of them come to me through work, but most of them come from IRL recommendations from friends and colleagues (I love a good insider tip) and from my own personal love for discovering new things and for adding pieces to my life that I truly love. Below are some of my finds from the past week.
I have a lifelong quest to find the perfect jacket for when the seasons change. To take me from winter into spring—and hopefully early summer—I will be wearing this lightweight but warm J.W. Anderson military-style jacket.
Our head of production tipped me off to Jas Imani after she got her brows laminated and lashes lifted there. Having just done it myself, I can say there is no going back for me now. My lashes are miles long and my brows are permanently fluffy and perfectly placed. Added bonus: Jas herself is an A+ human being and spending an hour lying down and chatting with her was the perfect dose of self-care.
The second my friend Sara (a seasoned fashion veteran, having worked with Opening Ceremony and Roger Vivier, to name a few) heard I was moving into her old neighborhood, she insisted I get a monthly membership at Glosslab. They have amazing colors, don't use any water, and their polishes dry in five minutes flat. If you don't live near one, their at-home kits are a great way to remove gels and give yourself a manicure at home.
I'm a sucker for sunglasses but haven't refreshed my collection in about two years, since I haven't found anything that made my heart flutter—until now. I tried these babies on last week and have been thinking about them ever since.
I am completely head-over-heels in love with this ring—I must also be a glutton for punishment because I try it on at Bergdorf Goodman whenever I am uptown. While actually owning this ring is definitely more of a long-term goal, even seeing it puts a smile on my face.
I have been thinking about this dress ever since I tried it on a few weeks ago. Not only am I obsessed with everything Khaite, but this dress is easy to pack (if we ever travel again!), can be dressed up or down, and has an insanely flattering cut. SOLD!
Another fact: I don't love wearing a bra, and since I am pretty flat-chested, I have gotten away with wearing the same ribbed sports bras I got about four years ago. They discontinued the style, and while I thought I would have to preserve them forever, I found this Skims replacement and it was the perfect update in more current colors.
If I could, every plate and platter in my home would be from Dinosaur Designs, but living in an NYC apartment does not afford me a ton of storage space (and honestly, my bank account probably could not afford it either.) Enter these incredibly chic servers. They won't take up a lot of space and will make all my old bowls and platters look more modern.