Explore a new path this fall.
Health & beauty editor Katherine got drunk on sunshine on fab island Petit St. Vincent
MOVEMENT IS EVERYTHING. A BODY IN MOTION STAYS IN MOTION. I HAVE A LOT OF BODY [SHE IS SIX FEET TWO INCHES TALL], SO I LIKE TO KEEP IT MOVING. FOR ME, THAT CAN BE ANYTHING FROM DANCING TO GOING FOR A RUN. EVEN WHENI’M TRAVELLING, I MAKE SURE I STAY ACTIVE BECAUSE THAT’S WHEN I FEEL MY BEST. – Supermodel Karlie Kloss, who attributes her powerful walk and poise to her early dance career, sporting the new
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GET LOST The private island Petit St. Vincent (petitstvincent.com) is the dreamiest remedy for a frenetic lifestyle. Televisions, clocks and Wi-Fi are noticeably absent from rooms. Most of the 22 cottages include their own private beach, making garmentless dips in the ocean an elective experience. Post-swim, head to the Hillside Spa, where coconut and brown rice indigenous to the island are blended on site for treatments. The muscle-melting Balinese Massage (90 minutes, $170) will leave you relaxed and ready to cook up a master plan to hire out the entire island for your friends. Good luck with that lottery ticket.
FIT CLUB Following the success of her surfwear collection, Cynthia Rowley is wading into fitness clothing. “This is about incorporating workoutwear into your everyday wardrobe,” explains the American designer, whose whimsical spin is evident in her ready-to-wear meets ready-for-gym resort 2015 collection. We especially love the one-pound wrist weights disguised as sturdy leather bracelets. You can thank us for your toned triceps later.