Ed­die Roschi

The Swiss-born co-founder of cult fra­grance brand Le Labo gives some tips for stay­ing fit and pick­ing the per­fect scent

Hong Kong Tatler - - Style -

LOAD UP ON GREEN SMOOTH­IES I make my­self a su­per po­tion each morn­ing. You take two ba­nanas, cut them up and put them in a shaker, press two lemons and put the juice in, and then you add chia seeds, al­monds, pine nuts, hemp, kiwi, av­o­cado, spir­ulina and a spoon­ful of rape­seed oil. You mix ev­ery­thing up and it tastes re­ally nice, keeps you go­ing un­til noon and has a tonne of nu­tri­ents. Spin it to win it I do soulcy­cle at least once a week. I wouldn’t be able to do it if there wasn’t such a crazy at­mos­phere around it, with the mu­sic and ev­ery­body sweat­ing around you.

My home in Grasse, in the south of France, is the place where I feel most re­laxed.

BROS WEAR ROSES TOO the idea be­hind our brand’s rose 31 is that we wanted to make men wear some­thing that’s his­tor­i­cally very fem­i­nine, the scent of roses. We ac­tu­ally stripped all el­e­ments of what makes a rose clas­si­cal in our cul­tural dna and re­placed them with woods, musks and spices to make it an­drog­y­nous. It’s still very rosy.

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