October 2009

The Style List—October 2009

edited by Robin Sayers

vapour organic beauty, cosmetics, makeup, style list Bartholomew Cooke


Mother Earth will endorse the Vapour Organic Beauty line because its packaging is recyclable, and the energy needed for production is provided by sustainable wind power. What you’ll love is the transparency—each of the 28 chemical-free products has its own Web page listing ingredients, all of which are either certified organic, wild harvested or EcoCert approved. Then there's the gorgeous pedigree: Eric Sakas, cofounder of Kevyn Aucoin Beauty, teamed with botanical experts in New Mexico to create the brand. $16–$44. vapourbeauty.com.

St. Tropez Everyday Perfect Legs, self tanning, style list


OBJECT OF DESIRE: St. Tropez Everyday Perfect Legs. FUELING OUR PASSION: The gams of Drew Barry­more, Scarlett Johansson, Cate Blan­chett and Sienna Miller get their glam on instantly, thanks to this smoother than smooth and most natural looking bronzer. SMELLS LIKE TRUE LOVE: As the name suggests, Aromaguard reduces that self-tanner stink by at least 70 percent. PRICE: $45. WHERE: st-tropez.com. —Raha Lewis

tata harper, aromatic oils, fragrance, citrus


MAKING ADVANCES: Tata Harper’s trio of aromatic treatments. THE COME-ON: Three fragrant oils: Bedtime, Irritability and Stress. NATURAL TURN-ON: All are preservative free, with no artificial emulsifiers, perfumes or dyes. POINTS OF ENTRY: Applied at pulse points (wrists, throat, ears), the oil is both inhaled and absorbed. PRICE: Bedtime, $60; Irritability, $65; Stress, $80. WHERE: tataharper.com, 888-321-8282. —Allison Kornberg

Thibiant’s Vitasource Multivitamin Repairing Serum


THE FLUID: Thibiant’s Vitasource Multivitamin Repairing Serum. TO ITS CREDIT: When they say multivitamin, they mean business, with vitamins A, B, C, E and F. Antioxidants coenzyme Q-10 and gamma-oryzanol further aid in the fight to neutralize free radicals. THE CONVERSION: You’ll see invigorated skin. PRICE: $125. WHERE: thibiantbeverlyhills.com. —A. Moret

Kiehl’s Açaí Skincare line, skin care, style list


INTRODUCING: Kiehl’s Açaí Skincare line. WHY THE DRUMROLL? It’s the first certified organic line in the brand’s 158-year history. HOW MANY “HELLO, MY NAME IS...” TAGS? Four: Damage-Minimizing Cleanser, Damage-Protecting Toning Mist, Damage-Correcting Moisturizer and Damage-Repairing Serum. SUPERBERRY: While it sounds like something Clark Kent might eat, acaí is lauded by scientists for its nutrients and antioxidants. SO WHAT? As we’re awash in smog and sun, it’s nice to know this has your face’s back. PRICE: $24.50–$48. WHERE: kiehls.com. —A. Moret

nivea, mens products, hair care, style list


THE XY ITEM: Nivea for Men Active 3. HOW THEY ARRIVED AT THAT NUMBER: It’s a combo body wash, shampoo and shave gel. AND THE “ACTIVE” PART? Since it’s available pretty much everywhere, dudes can spend more time doing, well, whatever it is they normally do when they’re not out hunting down body wash, shampoo and shave gel. WHY THEIR WOMEN MIGHT SWIPE SOME: It’s infused with skin-loving avocado oil, sunflower-seed oil and vitamin F. PRICE: $6 for 17 ounces—a bargain at twice the price. —RL


SECRET SERVICE: Blueprint Cleanse. WHY IT’S ON THE DL: This juice and nut-milk program helps some of Hollywood’s most famous bodies be ready for their close-ups. MURMURED DEETS: Clients choose from three levels of fasting (Renovation, Foundation and Excavation—listed in order of, um, difficulty), which can last from three to five days. PRICE: Starts at $85 per day via FedEx, although an L.A. pickup point set to open this month will lower that to $65 a day. WHERE: blueprintcleanse.com. — RL