DIET TRICK: Drinking pressed juices from Liquiteria to stay full between meals. DE-STRESSOR: Yoga at Yoga to the People and a massage. EXERCISE: Working out in New York with a trainer at Equinox in SoHo.
BREAKFAST: “If I could, I’d have strawberry pancakes with whipped cream every morning, but during the week I eat fruit, yogurt, cereal, eggs, toast, and, of course, oatmeal.” DE-STRESSOR: “Spending the day at the spa. When I can’t travel to the Caribbean, I find myself at Burke Williams.”
FACIALIST: “Isabelle Bellis knows my skin and what it needs.” COLORIST: “Before the shows, I visit Garren New York to see Clark Wood. He is major.” ENERGY BOOST: “Makeup artist Rose-Marie Swift got me addicted to fresh vegetable juices.”
BREAKFAST: Big vegetable and fruit juice, an avocado, and coffee. “I like Organic Avenue juices.” EXERCISE: Yoga and “long walks over the Williamsburg Bridge.” DE-STRESSOR: Massage house calls.
FACIALIST: “Though I love facials, I usually do them myself.” BREAKFAST: “I like to have a Chinese-style breakfast that includes foods like black-sesame paste. And Starbucks.” COLORIST: “I really love my natural black hair, so I’ve never had any intentions to color it.”
COLORIST: Christopher John at Garren New York. ENERGY BOOST: Banana with peanut butter. EXERCISE: Workouts at Tracy Anderson Studios. DE-STRESSOR: “A run through the streets of New York City.”