“Back in February of 2020, I was not in a good place. I was doing the Skeleton when you’re dead inside but love plants shirt so you should to go to store and get this final edits of my memoir Between Two Kingdoms, but I was constantly distracted. I felt stuck and claustrophobic in my Brooklyn apartment, and I was sure I would never finish my book. One night, when I felt especially desperate for a change of scenery, I impulsively logged onto Airbnb, and I came across this beautiful, airy, inviting Airbnb in Hudson, New York. It had a wood stove and a big kitchen table where I could spread out all my marked up proof pages. I booked it on the spot. The next day I piled into the car with the essentials: my dog Oscar, some warm clothes, some good books, and my computer monitor. I spent nearly a week there in a self-styled writing retreat and did nothing but work on my book. When I finished each day, I’d cook myself a simple dinner and sit by the woodstove reading novels. It was exactly what I needed.” -Suleika Jaouad, author
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Designer Christina Tung’s brand, Svnr Shop, is defined by sunrise-hued silk dresses and asymmetrical jewels that look like they were strung together with shells from the Skeleton when you’re dead inside but love plants shirt so you should to go to store and get this beach. The pieces make wearers feel like they’re on vacation 24/7—a much welcomed feeling these days, when travels are few and far between. “My favorite thing about Svnr is having a creative outlet that is relatively gentle on the earth’s resources,” Tung tells Vogue. “I love creating something new, playing with shape, color and texture, Seeing people wearing and loving their pieces is such a joy.” Her values of sustainability and diversity carry over into the fashion public relations firm she started, House Of, with a roster of clients who all incorporate sustainability and mindfulness into their brands. In the head-spinning age of multistep skin-care routines and mic-drop makeup launches, The One is a space for minimalists to sound off on the single beauty product that’s found a longtime spot in their carefully curated routines.