When I realized my favorite fragrance was giving me headaches, I gave up perfume entirely, but a rise in brands focused on clean and natural ingredients gave me hope.
Founder Nadine Joseph was working in a research lab before ancient healing herbs and mushroom changed her life.
Be it via trippy toadstool motifs or calming adaptogenic blends, fungi are sprouting into our consumer lives.
Elvie has plans to become the first-ever global women's health tech brand. But it has some taboos to shatter first.
Meet L.A.'s new "Soho House of wellness."
It's trending, although we wouldn't necessarily call it a "trend."
This is as personalized as it gets.
In an industry that's been dominated by whiteness and cost-prohibitive prices, it's time to change the narrative.
With trendy aesthetics and a focus on transparency, these companies are hoping to modernize the way we approach a host of medical services.
And now is probably a good time to stock up.
And more inside its first-ever all-digital Weight Issue.
"To say that this powerhouse ingredient is a superfood is an understatement."
Danielle DuBoise and Whitney Tingle's brand has found fans in Gwyneth Paltrow, Lily Aldridge, Amber Valletta and Lena Dunham.
A closer look at two companies poised to become the Warby Parkers of the supplement world.
Forget SoulCycle, burn your yoga mats, and cancel your Equinox membership.
People often use a lot of voodoo to prevent illness. Some swear by certain rituals or supplements to keep them healthy, but what really works?
Today, Garance Doré took to her blog to discuss the "weird distorted version" of body image that she says traditional media portrays. But she's not talking about the proliferation of size 0 models--not exactly anyway. Doré takes issue with the fact that those size 0 models (and actresses, for that matter) are shown eating cupcakes and burgers all the time. Doré writes: If the girls on Sex and the City...or Bridesmaids, or any other movie/TV show/magazine REALLY spent their time eating like they did on the screen, they’d look more like Lena Dunham than Carrie Bradshaw.
What do you do when your favorite summer shoes don't seem to like you as much as you like them? We talked to Dr. Nadia F. Levy, D.P.M. at The Center for Pediatric Care and Sports Medicine, and did a little research to get the 411 on how to prevent and treat these irritating sandal injuries. Read on for some pointers and click through the gallery for some useful products. Or just throw out your stylish sandals and get some Adidas shower slides. They seem pretty comfy.
Today, the New York Times published what is maybe the most hilarious pre-Fashion Week story ever about something that isn't actually supposed to be that hilarious: The flu. Let's just say the fashion world's idea of flu prevention is a little different from the rest of the world's.
Ah, fashion party food. Anyone who's ever been to a fashion event, or any fancy holiday party for that matter, knows what we're talking about here: The bounds of teensy-tiny, too-adorable-to-not-consume h'ors doeuvres that always seem to be hovering just an arm's length away. Maybe you came right from work and haven't had time to eat a proper dinner. Maybe that model-slash-cater waiter carrying the deviled quail eggs has been giving you the eyes since you first walked in (or... hasn't he?). Whatever the reason, there you are. There they are. You have one choice: To eat, or not to eat. So what'll it be?
Gifting suites and little mani/pedi/hair salon/spas--all sponsored by various companies, of course--are everywhere during New York Fashion Week, but t