good night Edie Camp­bell on danc­ing on her own.

Elle (Canada) - - Beauty -

With her Patti Smith shag and per­fectly smudged eye­liner, Bri­tish model Edie Camp­bell looks like the type of per­son who knows where the party’s at—be­fore the host does. IRL , nights in at her West Lon­don flat are far more her scene. “I sleep or lie in my bed and watch TV,” says the in­ter­na­tional am­bas­sador for YSL Black Opium Nuit Blanche. (Yes, the per­fume is named af­ter an all-nighter.) “I like re­ally bad cook­ing shows. I don’t cook; I just watch. The way they talk about food is quite re­lax­ing.” Af­ter a pun­ish­ing Fash­ion Month and her own off-the-beaten-path ad­ven­tures in Beirut and Kenya, Camp­bell de­serves it. When she does hit the town, her beauty game is as chill as the model her­self. “I don’t re­ally have a rou­tine. I use Avène prod­ucts and Char­lotte Til­bury mois­tur­izer. I’m quite lazy about it. If I spend five min­utes, I’ll use eye­brow gel, a bit of mas­cara and con­cealer and curl my eye­lashes,” she says. And, of course, Black Opium Nuit Blanche. “I put a lit­tle bit on the neck; that’s enough. It should not be over­pow­er­ing.”

Notes of cof­fee, white flo­ral and white musk com­bine for a vibe akin to “when you get home from an all-nighter and see the sun­rise,” says per­fumer Olivier Cresp. YSL Black Opium Nuit Blanche ($125 for 90 mL)

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