2 posts tagged "Alexa Horochowski"
The clock is winding down to the official start of the Fashion’s Night Out festivities, so we thought we’d give you a few more reasons to go out and get gorgeous tomorrow night. Below, find our updated list of steals, deals, and general good times to be had all over the city. For the record, free flower bouquets, star-studded karaoke, and totally gratis styling sessions spell banner evening to us.
To celebrate its commitment to the art of fragrance combining, Jo Malone will be offering custom floral arrangements by a stylist from British floral shop Jane Packer, inspired by your perfume purchases. Pick up a bottle of Red Roses for yourself and leave with a dozen long stems for your living room.
Stop By: 946 Madison Ave. at 75th St.
Kiehl’s Since 1851
Kiehl’s Since 1851 will be setting up a Karaoke Karnival hosted by Entourage‘s Emmanuelle Chriqui from 7 to 11 p.m. at its East Village flagship. Everyone who sings will get a complimentary tube of the brand’s Lip Balm #1 and spectators will be treated to more than a few undisclosed celebrity performances. (Spoiler alert: American Idol finalist Constantine Maroulis will kick things off promptly at 7).
Stop By: 109 Third Ave. at 13th St.
Have you ever just wanted a straight, informed answer to that burning question, is Creme de La Mer really worth the price? Well, tomorrow night might be your chance to get it when Robin Shandler, executive director of global product development at the Max Huber Research Labs, will be on hand at Saks from 7 to 10 p.m. to personally answer questions while guests enjoy signature La Mer skincare and color treatments.
Stop By: 611 Fifth Ave. at 50th St.
Here’s one for the guys. To properly launch its new men’s range stateside, all Molton Brown outlets in the city will be transformed into British pubs serving pints of British ales with traditional salted snacks.
Stop By: Click here for a list of locations.
To further promote its sponsorship of Betsey Johnson’s runway show this season, Stila will be offering complimentary makeovers at Johnson’s Soho boutique. It’s the perfect combination of Lip Glaze and frilly frocks.
Stop By: 138 Wooster St. at Houston St.
Bumble and Bumble
It’s all about updos, uptown, and being up late. Get a free styling session at the Bumble and Bumble Salon in Midtown and learn backstage secrets from the Bb editorial team. You can even choose a style straight from the Fall runways and your stylist will re-create the look for you on the spot. We recommend trying out one of the eighties bouffants from the Marc Jacobs show.
Stop By:146 E 56th St. between Third Ave. and Lexington Ave.
Contrary to popular belief, dermatologists and plastic surgeons are normal people just like you and me, with unrelated-to-skincare interests that run the gamut. While certain hobbies might remain distinctly extracurricular—it’s unlikely that you’ll find a medical-grade product line inspired by fly-fishing anytime soon—others tread the line between work and play a bit more readily. For RéVive Skincare founder and avid art collector Dr. Gregory Bays Brown, bringing his two passions together was a no-brainer. Introducing the RéVive Holiday Artbox: Created for the discerning customer who appreciates cutting-edge skincare and abstract expressionism, the box set contains core offerings from Dr. Brown’s Epidermal Growth Factor (EGF) skin rejuvenation range—Repair Cream SPF 15, Moisturizing Renewal Cream, Fermitif Neck Renewal Cream, Eye Renewal Cream, and Lip & Perioral Cream—and boasts a reproduction of Suzuki’s Carp by internationally renowned artist Alexa Horochowski. A modern depiction of the adult recollection of childhood, Horochowski’s painting fittingly illustrates Dr. Brown’s youth-enhancing offerings better than a jargon-heavy box-top description ever could.
The RéVive Holiday Artbox is available at Barneys New York and online at www.reviveskincare.com