Dark chocolate purists rejoice! Hamptons hotspots Montauk Beach House and Left Hand Coffee are selling the hottest, divinest, deliciousest chocolate brand—Antidote Chocolate. It’s made in Ecuador using quality Arrona Nacional beans, low in sugar, high in flavor and sprinkled with fruit, nuts, salts and spices. And it’s dark chocolate, so it’s good for you, so you’re allowed more than one. antidotechoco.com
In a gracious Gramercy Park apartment, Australian model Jessica Hart enlists interior designer Remy Renzullo to customize her bachelorette pad. When Jessica Hart split from her longtime boyfriend earlier this year, her friend Lauren Santo Domingo promptly set her up on a blind date—with a decorator.
WINKY LUX, a digitally native Gen-Z beauty brand known for its whimsical packaging and rapid-fire innovation, has raised $2 million in seed funding led by Female Founders Fund (“F3”). Other notable investors include venture capital firms BBG Ventures, GGV, SoGal Ventures and TGZ Capital, a new fund whose managers include celebrity YouTuber Cameron Dallas.
“People are taking more risks with their nail color,” adds Katherine Dorn, a makeup artist from Pierre Michel salon. What’s most important is that you’re sporting a shade that you feel comfortable with, she adds. And if you tend not to be adventurous with your makeup or hair, you can be with your nails. Because, hey, if you don’t like it, all you have to do is break out the nail polish remover and start over.
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While I can’t say I’d jump at the chance to don color-changing rings on my fingers again (if nothing else, for fear of the dreaded green tint so many left behind on skin), the beauty version of the jewelry is something I can get on board with. Enter: Color-changing lipsticks, the (slightly) more grown-up version of the accessories we collected in grade school.