Restock your beauty arsenal right now at Duross and Langel. Head to the sweet-smelling Midtown Village bath and body boutique to shop their $3 soap bin (only while supplies last—so go there, like, now). Also, buy any size shampoo or conditioner (online or in-store) and get a second bottle of equal value totally free.
Third StreetHabit‘s fall denim lineup (JBrand, Citizens, Current/Elliott, Mother) is insane. Check it out here and then shop their selection at Philly Mag Shops.
To those who say being a runway model is a piece of cake: It took 20 people 12 hours to apply just one of the crazy sequined face masks at Givenchy’s spring/summer 2014 collection. They’ll need a Rescue facial, stat. [The Cut]
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