4 posts tagged "Jonathan Adler"
An Interior Designer Captures Iconic Hair Moments in Clay; Gaga Gets a Rainbow Brite Makeover; and More
From fly-girl hair to a Vanilla Ice-inspired fade, interior designer and potter Jonathan Adler pays homage to his favorite styles with his Utopia line of reversible coffee cups. You could opt for the mullet mug, which is all business [man] in front and party [girl] in the back, or the infamous Flock of Seagulls forehead fluff on one side and New Wave ‘do on the other. No matter which way you sip it, getting your morning jolt of caffeine is now a hair-raising experience. [JonathanAdler.com]
The Man Repeller, Leandra Medine, wondered what would happen if Grace Coddington sported Anna Wintour’s signature bob, and the Vogue EIC sat front-row as a ginger. We can only imagine that the fashion world would be turned on its head. [ManRepeller.com]
Lady Gaga stepped out in L.A. yesterday wearing colorful face paint (reminiscent of her first single cover for upcoming album Artpop) and sporting dark, slicked-back hair. To us, it looks like the muse for her latest look might be the late Heath Ledger as the Joker in The Dark Knight. [The Cut]
Not only did Victoria Beckham reveal to Vogue Australia that she gets the jitters when presenting a new collection, but she’d also rather tend to her arches than hit the town in one of her signature body-con dresses. “Honestly, once the children are in bed, I’d rather work or shove on a face pack and pluck my eyebrows. By the time Brooklyn’s finally gone to bed, it’s all I’m fit for,” she told the glossy. [Grazia.Daily.Co.UK]
SoulCycle aficionados can expect a few things when they step inside any number of the growing spinning empire’s locations: The workout will be fierce, the music will be loud, and the air will smell delicately of clean, fresh fruit and flowers. That last bit is thanks to interiors wiz Jonathan Adler, whose grapefruit, green vine, pink freesia and passion-fruit-kissed scented candles became so synonymous with the fitness studio, they were ultimately sold, by popular demand, in limited quantities two years ago. With the writing on the wall, Adler has once again breathed new life into his iconic grapefruit scent, this time in the bath-and-body category. Available in hand wash, body wash, hand lotion, and body lotion forms, Adler’s Grapefruit offering is joined by a Tomato scented hand wash and lotion, which feature notes of rhubarb, tomato leaves, thyme, and sandalwood, as well as a Fig body wash and lotion, which are tinged with hints of bergamot, ivy, coconut, and emerald moss. Lather, rinse, repeat—and toss them into your gym bag, if you’re so inclined.
Home design guru Jonathan Adler is getting in on the beauty game with a capsule collection due out in February for bareMinerals that “merges cosmetics with home decor.” [WWD]
Jessica Biel’s beauty secret? “Fire-engine red,” says Mrs. Timberlake. “It makes twice the statement when worn on lips and nails (and shoes!).” [Elle]
Speaking of statement nails, Anne Hathaway’s tips are making headlines once again. The Les Mis star sported a funkified French manicure at the film’s London premiere this week, painting a line of shimmering silver lacquer across a pale ivory base. [Daily Mail]
Anyone who has breathlessly rode their way through one of SoulCycle’s notoriously heart-pumping, sweat-inducing classes knows that the average gym experience it is not. Besides a soundtrack that extends beyond the usual bass-heavy, autotune-reliant exercise fare, the cycling centers look better outfitted for a massage than a workout—so much so that the company actually calls them “fitness sanctuaries.” One permanent fixture that always manages to make your ride far more pleasurable: those heavenly grapefruit-scented candles that are scattered around each studio. The aroma of the citrus fruit is a natural mood-booster—something that was certainly not lost on Jonathan Adler, the New York-based design brand behind the cardio studio’s signature scent. In a bit of good news, the zingy votive will become available for purchase this week, which means you can now use it as an at-home motivator—or a pleasant room refresher that makes lounging around on your couch that much more uplifting.