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8 Nov

Jaé Joseph’s BAO Celebrates 2-Yr Anniversary With ACE Hotel

Jaé Joseph’s BAO Celebrates 2-Yr Anniversary With ACE Hotel
courtesy of Jaé Joseph “Hotels and cosmetics have at all times co-existed well within the space of luxury travel,” Black Apothecary Office (BAO) founder, Jaé Joseph tells ESSENCE. With this in mind, in celebration of its 2 12 months anniversary, BAO is collaborating with ACE Hotel in Palm Springs.  “I'm ecstatic about this partnership,” which is able to include BAO products on the hotel’s Feel Good spa, Joseph says. Specifically, you’ll have the opportunity to seek out products just like the “Dunia” Papaya Enzyme Cleanser,  “Cedella” Papaya Enzyme Toner, “Jalissa” Enzyme Lotion or the “Empress” Enzyme Night Cream featured in your treatment.  Leading as much as this 2 12 months mark, BAO has turn into known for its papaya-filled formulas, inspired by Joseph’s...
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30 Sep

Cher Celebrates Anniversary at Givenchy, Carine Roitfeld’s 69th Birthday

Cher Celebrates Anniversary at Givenchy, Carine Roitfeld’s 69th Birthday
STABLE CELEBRATIONS: Christmas is coming slightly early for Paris Fashion Week fans of Cher. After attending last yr, the legendary singer is becoming a little bit of a front-row regular, much to the delight of the crowds in front of Givenchy. The week is now a special day for the singer. “I met my boyfriend here last yr, so it’s our anniversary. And so I’m pretty excited,” she said, attending the Givenchy show alongside beau Alexander Edwards. She didn’t reveal any grandiose plans though. “I don’t know what we’re gonna do. The whole lot we do is special.” Cher spoke with WWD on the Ann Demeulemeester show last yr and laughed on the temporary reminder. “After I fell down? Because I had on the...
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19 Sep

Paris Fashion Week Events to Mark fiftieth Anniversary of

Paris Fashion Week Events to Mark fiftieth Anniversary of
PARIS — To mark the 50th anniversary of the event that WWD dubbed the “Battle of Versailles,” director Deborah Riley Draper plans a special screening during Paris Fashion Week in tandem with a design competition backed by two of the participating houses. The 1973 gala went down in history because the night that put American fashion, and African American models, on the map. It was the topic of Riley Draper’s 2012 documentary “Versailles ’73: American Runway Revolution” and he or she plans to adapt it right into a feature film once the writers’ strike is lifted. To mark the anniversary, her production company Coffee Bluff Pictures has teamed with French fashion house Ungaro and the With Love Halston Foundation to sponsor a...
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