Philosophy Luncheon in Fendi

Hello Darlings,

A few weeks ago, together with my best friend Anna, I attended a fabulous luncheon and seminar hosted by Philosophy Skin Care and Coty Canada.

Surrounded by the prettiest choice of teacup roses, and while sipping on our watermelon smoothies, Anna and I were observing all the eye-candy surrounding us. From the latest in anti-aging creams, to the delicious smelling bath gels, to the precious gift sets: it was all there!

Philosophy is one of the brands that I have used in the past and found it to be lovely. Due to limited distribution in Canada, I found it to be a hassle to constantly worry about stocking up on product. I am glad to announce that Philosophy is now available in Sephora, The Bay, and select Shoppers Drug Mart. I've been using their skin care for the past few weeks and have seen great changes in the skin texture. More on their products in October, along with Anna's thoughts and if we purchased seconds.

The line founded by Christina Carlino in 1996 was to bridge the gap between what is offered in doctor's offices and at retail. So women everywhere can access leading skin care technologies. Prior to Philosophy, Carlino founded Biomedic which is a medically based skin care line distributed to the world's leading plastic surgeons and dermatologists.

Fresh out of the hair salon, I also couldn't wait to take my latest greatest Fendi sandals out on the town. For those who are not familiar with Peacock Parade, it is an exclusive online boutique with insider prices, and these $600 Fendi Sandals were my most recent steal find for $120! Love them...

I am wearing:
 H&M Dress
 YSL Arty Ring
 Z Spoke by Zac Posen
 Fendi Sandals
 3.1 Philip Lim Simon Sunglasses

I loved the clean lines of the shoe and a bearable platform which not only makes the as comfortable as flats but with a classic flare. My new find and hair were complimented by a cheerful H&M dress.

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What is your favorite skin care brand?

With Love...

 

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