Start autumn off right with great grooming
—and glamour BY DEBORAH FULSANG & NATASHA BRUNO
For those wishing to embrace the bejewelled life
of Elie Saab’s clientele—Angelina Jolie, Beyoncé
and Marion Cotillard—utopia is a mere spritz away,
thanks to the couturier’s new perfume and body line.
Sweet jasmine mixed with wood speaks to Saab's
sophisticated fans and Lebanese country roots.
$45 to $105, www.eliesaab.com
Unconventional, anti-glamour style statements have
fueled the Maison Martin Margiela brand for 23 years.
How ironic, then, that the Belgian fashion house
redefines the definition of classic with its first perfume,
Untitled. Resinous but rich galbanum delivers a
1970s-ish green essence, which is then twisted and
warmed with jasmine, bitter orange and musk.
Eau de parfum, $110 (50 ml), www.maisonmartinmargiela.com,
With the last decade’s 99% increase in aesthetic injectable treatments
performed in North America, it’s no wonder we’ve been hearing more about
LipoSonix. FYI: The system uses high-intensity ultrasound energy to blast
abdomen fat and is especially targeted to those with a BMI less than 30.
Typical results of a one-hour treatment ($800 to $3,000), which can be seen
in eight to 12 weeks, pare an inch off one’s waistline.
BODY KIT BODY KIT
Seaberry oil, a Russian remedy dating
back to the 13th century, has been
used for generations to treat myriad
skin ailments. Fresh taps that history—
and the seaberry or sea buckthorn
shrub’s inherent healing and Omega
oil-rich hydrating powers—with its new
Seaberry Restorative Body Cream.
$33 (240 ml), www.fresh.com