Jean Patou

16 Jun 19
GIRL IN COUTURE

The man, the myth, the fashion legend: Jean Paul Gaultier. For those of you who don’t know, Jean Paul Gaultier is a iconic and memorable figure in fashion past and present. He’s most known for his own fashion designs as well as being behind the costumes for Madonna’s Blonde Ambition Tour. Personally, I love finding […]

16 Jun 19
Journal de Millau

ENVIRONNEMENT Le maire a reçu en mairie plusieurs jeunes lycéens de Jean Vigo afin de les féliciter pour leur action citoyenne. A l’occasion de cette rencontre où il fut beaucoup question d’environnement et du réchauffement climatique, Christophe Saint-Pierre a évoqué une étude qui prévoit qu’à l’horizon 2030, notre ville connaîtrait dix sept jours supplémentaires durant […]

14 Jun 19
WWD

The design duo will present their final collection for the LVMH-owned brand on June 23 during Paris Men’s Fashion Week.

11 Jun 19
Thrive Global
By Clémence von Mueffling “Eternity. It’s the sea mingled with the sun.” – Arthur Rimbaud If I close my eyes, I can still remember the wonderful scent of my grandfather’s famous suntan lotion: Huile de Chaldée by Jean Patou. From warm amber and sweet orange blossom to sensuous lilac and rich narcissus, the oil was a beautiful marriage of scents and oils that worked in tandem “to soften and tan the skin.” While many people would tan often back in the day, we know better now to protect our skin no matter how lovely those tanning oils smell. A little sun is good, but we do have to follow a few simple rules. 1. Back to basics The sun emits two types of UV rays: UVA (the long waves responsible for aging) and UVB (the short waves responsible for burning, redness, pigmentation, and the immediate superficial damage from sun exposure). The sun protection factor (SPF) only protects against UVB rays. 2. Pre-vacay prep -Fortify your skin with plenty of antioxidants to boost your skin’s immunity. Eat fresh food containing vitamin C (leafy greens, citrus), vitamin E (oils, almonds, avocado, butternut squash, fish, broccoli), and zinc (nuts, spinach, seafood, pumpkin seeds). Even better, these nutrients are beneficial for every aspect of your health. -If you plan to take a beach vacation or spend extended periods out in the sun, you should avoid peeling or exfoliating the skin for fifteen days prior to any summer excursion. You should also stop using products that contain strong acids that may be causing damage to your epidermal lipid and over-sensitizing your skin. -Take a break from skincare products containing alcohol, which can burn the skin. 3. Ready for the beach! -Avoid sun exposure between one and three p.m. when the sun is at its highest and hottest. Save the outdoor activities, especially fun at the beach, for early morning or sunset. During the summertime, the perfect time to relax on the beach is between five and seven p.m.  -There is an abundance of options for sun care, so be sure to use a sunscreen product adapted specifically to your own skin sensitivity. Apply it before you leave the house, and reapply every hour and after you swim. If you are very pale or at risk of skin cancer, use a long-lasting sunscreen. Sunscreens also have expiration dates, so you should buy new products every summer to ensure that you get the full protection described on the label. -Don’t forget your décolleté! Take precaution and regularly apply sunscreen on your neck and chest as you would on your face. -Many pregnant women develop melasma around the fourth month of their pregnancy due to a surge in hormones. The increase in melanin synthesis leads to hyperpigmentation that shows up in the form of dark or grayish spots, often located in the middle of the forehead, on the chin, and around the mouth. Make it a priority to wear a hat, apply a high-SPF sunscreen, and use an anti-pigmentation serum underneath your sunscreen. 4. Relax & recover It is essential to hydrate the skin after sun exposure, especially if you get a sunburn! Sunburns are unfortunately way too common, and they can lead to irreversible damage. It is important to drink a lot of water to rehydrate the skin from within. Externally, you can also use a thermal water spray to relieve the burning feeling. A few minutes later, apply a soothing gel that can be used to treat sunburns. Avoid all sun exposure in the subsequent days and use a sunscreen with maximum protection for the rest of the season. If you have a headache or nausea, aspirin is the best remedy. 5. My go-to products: -Sun-protective clothing: There are hats, t- shirts, jackets, and rash guards made from fabrics that protect against UVA and UVB rays. Look for a UPF (ultraviolet protection factor) label; the higher the number, the greater the protection. These are great options for young children and adults who don’t like to use sunscreen. -High-SPF sunscreen favorites: La Roche-Posay, Supergoop!, and L’Oréal -SPF-tinted products: Erborian CC Crème High Definition Radiance Face Cream Skin Perfector SPF 25 is a multitasking product ideal for women on the run. The Erborian Skin Perfector is a high SPF product that initially applies as white, but becomes a tinted moisturizer when you rub it in. For normal to oily skin, try SkinCeuticals Physical Matte UV Defense SPF 50. 6. In-flight protocol My travel ritual has finally reached peak performance! I cleanse and moisturize my face right before a flight in order to maximize my in-flight hydration. The only makeup I wear is mascara, since the dry air cabin dehydrates the skin too much otherwise. I also never drink alcohol on the day of the trip or upon arrival. I stick to water and herbal teas to avoid puffiness until after my jet-lag has also set sea! Clémence von Mueffling launched the online magazine Beauty and Well-Being in 2007 and has worked for iconic brands such as Clarins, Puig, and Dior.  Please go to nslexperience.com and follow @nslexperience to learn more and come along the learning journey with us!
11 Jun 19
Communication and media

A monogram is a symbol or motif made by combining two letters or more. The oldest known monogram examples date back to 350BC when Greek city names were inscribed on coins. Over the centuries, monograms have been used to indicate power and authority in religion, architecture, and royal symbols. The brand Chanel is a French, […]

06 Jun 19
Sherman County eNews

CONTENTS D-Day – June 6, 2019 Wasco School Events Center Board Meeting, June 12 Unit 20, Oregon Retired Educators’ Meeting, June 18 Sherman County Citizen-Reporter Online A Maryhill Exhibition: West Coast Woodcut: Contemporary Relief Prints by Regional Artists More Maryhill Museum of Art Special Exhibitions Living Second-Hand Links: Things to Think About & Things to […]

06 Jun 19
Faith Imani

A little black dress (LBD) is a black evening or cocktail dress, cut simply and often quite short. Fashion historians ascribe the origins of the little black dress to the 1920s designs of Coco Chanel and Jean Patou[1] intended to be long-lasting, versatile, affordable, accessible to the widest market possible and in a neutral colour. Its ubiquity is such that it is often simply referred […]

05 Jun 19
SEB Market BK

When I was a kid I was surrounded by women who had their stylistic business together. From my grandmother to my mom to my cousins, I had women around me who could teach Vogue a few lessons. I also had an Aunt in New Jersey who wore and sold vintage. Thanks to these style mavens, […]

29 May 19
Lux Exposé

Founded in 1914, Maison Jean Patou was acquired by LVMH to relaunch women’s ready-to-wear at the iconic French couture house. The brand will operate under a new name – Patou – and has a new artistic director, Guillaume Henry. Parisian-based designer, who came to the attention of the fashion world when he was appointed creative director […]

28 May 19
Luxury with a History of Love

Previously defunct maison Jean Patou is continuing its resurrection with a rebranding, changing its name to just Patou. via http://bit.ly/2KauG0j

28 May 19
Luxury with a History of Love

The LVMH-owned luxury label, which is getting ready for a big September relaunch with ready-to-wear, is redefining its image with a new logo and a shortened name, having dropped the founder’s first name. via http://bit.ly/2WxNbSK

28 May 19
WWD

Artistic director Guillaume Henry and chief executive officer Sophie Brocart are approaching the heritage brand like a start-up.

25 May 19
kerlenstilus

Sa fe lapenn, le m ap gade kantite moun k ap kore Valery Numa sou pawol li pale jedi kotel ta vle rann fanm responsab de vyol yo fe sou yo swadizan yo mal abiye e yo eksite kadejake. Valery ale pi lwen nan emisyon an poul di yon moun ki te rele sil fin […]

15 May 19
TUGAS TEKNOLOGI SEDIAAN SEMI SOLID (METODE EVALUASI SEDIAAN SUSPENSI STABILITAS FISIK) KELOMPOK 8

TEKNOLOGI SEDIAAN KOSMETIKA “Eau De Cologne Ellanatadha” Dosen : Amelia Febriani, S. Farm.,MSi, Apt. Kelas B Disusun Oleh : Pindha Kurnia Jati                  (16330001) Gita Aprillia                     (16330030) Anindya Mutiara Sari    (16330031) Elpita Saragih                (16330033) Nabila Choirunnisa        (16330035) FAKULTAS FARMASI INSTITUT SAINS DAN TEKNOLOGI NASIONAL JAKARTA 2019 BAB 1 PENDAHULUAN 1. Sejarah Parfum Parfum sudah dikenal sejak […]

14 May 19
Undina's Looking Glass

I want to start with the story that was told to me by a friend who came to the US a couple of years before we did. In the first year of living here, when not only one’s vocabulary and pronunciation but also lack of familiarity with mundane things make communications with locals difficult for […]

13 May 19
WWD

The deal between the mega-star and world’s largest luxury group is likely to be a watershed moment for both fashion and Hollywood.