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GOOP 15

The World’s Best
Coconut Water,

Next-Level
Earphones, and
13 Other
Things
We’re Talking About

  • 1

  • PICTURE PERFECT

    “Everyone I know is getting married, which means bridesmaids’ duties are in full swing. My Instax Square SQ6 camera from Fujifilm is a reliable presence at every shower, celebration, and beach party to capture each loving moment (erm, drunken group photo) and provides nostalgic gratification in a way a phone can’t.”
    —Diana Ryu, director of content operations

    FUJIFILM INSTAX CAMERA, goop, $135

  • Fujifilm INSTAX CAMERA
    FUJIFILM INSTAX CAMERA
    goop, $135

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  • NUTS FOR IT

    “I’d always been a little turned off by some coconut waters because I couldn’t get

    over how some of them smell. I also don’t like anything too sweet. Harmless Harvest Coconut Water tastes super fresh and smells exactly like, well, a fresh Thai coconut (that’s the only ingredient). It’s not too watery, either, and when I buy a pack of it, the light-pink color makes my fridge shelf look really fancy. (This happens because of the naturally occurring variations in the antioxidant levels. The coconut water is clear when it’s bottled and then can naturally turn pink.) Also, because it naturally has electrolytes, it’s one of my favorite ways to stay hydrated post-workout.”
    —Samantha Saiyavongsa, assistant editor

    “I’d always been a little turned off by some coconut waters because I couldn’t get over how some of them smell. I also don’t like anything too sweet. Harmless Harvest Coconut Water tastes super fresh and smells exactly like, well, a fresh Thai coconut (that’s the only ingredient). It’s not too watery, either, and when I buy a pack of it, the light-pink color makes my fridge shelf look really fancy. (This happens because of the naturally occurring variations in the antioxidant levels. The coconut water is clear when it’s bottled and then can naturally turn pink.) Also, because it naturally has electrolytes, it’s one of my favorite ways to stay hydrated post-workout.”
    —Samantha Saiyavongsa, assistant editor

    HARMLESS HARVEST COCONUT WATER, Harmless Harvest, $4.99

  • HARMLESS HARVEST COCONUT WATER
    HARMLESS HARVEST COCONUT WATER
    Harmless Harvest, $4.99

  • 3

  • A Place to Call Home

    “I recently stayed at the Hoxton and was sorely tempted to play hooky from the office and work from the lobby. Communal tables, rich velvet sofas (nab a seat by the fire), dependable Wi-Fi, and floods of natural light make the space a freelancer’s dream. As for the guest rooms, they are labeled as ‘cozy’ or ‘roomy.’ But size really doesn’t matter when you can lie in an insanely comfortable bed piled with pillows and stare at the Manhattan skyline (while devouring the chia puddings delivered every morning).”
    —Rachael McKeon, editor

    THE HOXTON WILLIAMSBURG, The Hoxton, rooms from $179

  • THE HOXTON WILLIAMSBURG
    THE HOXTON WILLIAMSBURG
    The Hoxton, rooms from $179

  • 4

  • Caribbean Queen

    “Years ago, a friend of mine eloped to Canouan Island. I’d never heard of it, but once I saw her pictures, it earned a spot on my bucket list. This fall I got a chance to visit Canouan
    myself—finally—and stay at the new Mandarin Oriental. Instead of taking pictures with my new husband on the 13th tee, though, I hit a ball off of it—much more my speed. The eighteen-hole course (the only one in the Grenadines) has panoramic views, challenging play, and something I haven’t seen elsewhere: moving hazards, in the shape of hundreds of turtles that roam the fairways. (Don’t worry: Their rock-hard shells protect them from your drive.) There are also nine world-class restaurants, tennis, water sports of every stripe, a spa you’ll never want to leave, five beaches, and an infinity pool. I’d still be there if they hadn’t made me leave.”
    —Aura Davies, copy chief

    MANDARIN ORIENTAL CANOUAN, Mandarin Oriental, rooms from $1,600 a night

  • MANDARIN ORIENTAL CANOUAN
    MANDARIN ORIENTAL CANOUAN
    Mandarian Oriental, rooms from $1,600 a night

  • 6

  • SUPPER CLUB

    “I’m always on the hunt for aesthetically pleasing restaurants and bars, so I was super happy to stumble upon Atrium in Los Feliz. From the alleyway entrance to the plush green velvet booths, everything about this place is insanely cool. Plus, the food—don’t skip the biscuits—is stellar.”
    —Jasmin Perez, creative director, social media

    ATRIUM RESTAURANT, Atrium Los Feliz

  • Atrium Restaurant Los Feliz
    ATRIUM RESTAURANT
    Atrium Los Feliz

  • 7

  • IN THE DETAILS

    “There’s a joy, a sense of satisfaction, really, in finding the perfect handbag. The
    bring-with-you-everywhere kind that marries craftsmanship, clean lines, and meticulous detailing. My eye has been on L.O.N.B. bags because of their incredible functionality and quality. (They’re also stunning.) Founder and designer Melissa Morris considers every detail, like designing special compartments for everything you need. Each one is a powerhouse piece.”
    —Ali Pew, fashion director

    L.O.N.B. ROUSSEAU CARRYALL, L.O.N.B., $2,780

  • LONB Rousseau Carryall
    L.O.N.B. ROUSSEAU CARRYALL
    L.O.N.B., $2,780

  • 8

  • LOOKING AHEAD

    “My job at goop has allowed me to explore things I’d never pursued before, like nutrition and energy work and astrology. I’ve become especially interested in astrology, thanks to Susan Miller. It is such an adventure to get Miller’s The Year Ahead—part book, part magazine—which predicts the upcoming twelve months. She recently created custom write-ups for goop, in partnership with Brooklyn-based fine artist Fernanda Uribe. These are the most beautiful horoscopes I’ve ever seen. I printed mine to keep at my desk. It’s a nice moment, in between calls and meetings, to remember my 2019 goals and all that’s possible in the upcoming months.”
    —Leila Benischke, retail events and marketing manager

    SUSAN MILLER HOROSCOPE CARDS, Susan Miller

  • LONB Rousseau Carryall
    SUSAN MILLER HOROSCOPE CARDS
    Susan Miller

  • 9

  • ALL COMING BACK TO ME

    “I have a special place in my heart for Céline Dion. (I blame Titanic and the boy I had a raging crush on in 1998, whose name may or may not have been Leonardo.) And never in a million years would fourteen-year-old me have guessed I’d be buying Céline-designed children’s clothes for my own kid. Célinununu is her collaboration with nununu, the super comfortable, kind-of-punk, blessedly frill-free line out of Israel. It’s also all gender-neutral, which beyond the obvious benefit of knocking down gender stereotypes also makes passing the clothes down to the next kid twice as easy.”
    —Kate Wolfson, executive editor

    CÉLINUNUNU KID’S SWEATER, Célinununu, $87

  • LONB Rousseau Carryall
    CÉLINUNUNU KIDS SWEATER
    Célinununu, $87

  • 10

  • THE DREAMERS

    “Karen Thompson Walker’s second stunning novel (after The Age of Miracles) is set in a small college town in Southern California where a mysterious illness begins to spread. It starts on one floor of a freshman dorm. Students fall asleep and can’t be woken up. Their brains, doctors discover, are showing higher levels of activity than ever recorded before in humans. They’re dreaming superdreams. Told from the perspective of several different characters affected by the phenomenon in Santa Lora—a first-time father, a seasoned professor, a freshman falling in love, two sisters—The Dreamers is a book of ideas. What lives at the edges of our minds, beyond our understanding of the world? How many possibilities of what was, what is, and what could be exist in our dreams? And how might we wake up to any of them?”
    —Kiki Koroshetz, senior editor

    THE DREAMERS BY KAREN THOMPSON WALKER, Amazon, $16

  • The Dreamers by Karen Thompson Walker
    THE DREAMERS BY KAREN THOMPSON WALKER
    Amazon, $16

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  • GOOD FACE

    “When detox January arrived, dry-brushing alone wasn’t enough. One of Anna Zahn’s Endermologie treatments had long been a dream LA pit stop for me, and one recent rainy Saturday, the self-care gods beamed down a cancellation. Inside her sanctuary, Zahn brought my lymphatic system back to life with a triple-punch combo of gentle suction, LED light therapy, and pressotherapy. Between the cool modern art, the mind-blowing aromatherapy (even my husband noticed afterward), and the bloat-flushing results, I will be praying for a cancellation every January.”
    —Charlotte Ross Canet, creative copywriter

    RICARI STUDIOS 90-MINUTE FACIAL, Ricari Studios, starting at $225

  • Ricari Studios Facial
    RICARI STUDIOS 90-MINUTE FACIAL
    Ricari Studios, starting at $225

  • 13

  • WELL MATTED

    “In my search for a new yoga mat, I had two musts: It had to be sustainably made, and it really had to stand up to sweat. My new mat from 42 Birds is made from cork, so it’s
    eco-friendly by default. And it actually gets grippier as I heat up. That means I can press further into downward-facing dog and focus on asanas, not slipping.”
    —Kelly Martin, assistant editor

    42 BIRDS YOGA MAT, 42 Birds, $80

  • 42 Birds Yoga Mat
    42 BIRDS YOGA MAT
    42 Birds, $80

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  • HELLO, DUMPLING

    “I’ve been gluten-free for fifteen years, and I have never once seen a gluten-free dumpling out in the wild. It was one of those things I had just resigned myself to. But
    last month I finally went to Stuff’d, which serves a seasonal rotation of Eastern European dumplings done with a Californian bent. Everything on the menu is gluten-free(!), but most importantly, everything on the menu is really effing good. It’s a dream.”
    —Jessie Geoffray, associate editor

    STUFF’D CO DUMPLINGS, Stuff’d Co.

  • Stuff'd Co Dumplings
    STUFF’D CO DUMPLINGS
    Stuff’d Co.

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  • DEEP ART

    “In my dreams, I own a piece from Oliver Jeffers’s Dipped Painting series. He creates a portrait of someone who has experienced a loss, then partially submerges it in paint, obscuring the majority of the subject. I love the way he melds old-school portrait painting with modern performance art. But for now, I’ll settle for a trip to his first solo show at the Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery in Chelsea. Titled For All We Know, this collection closely resembles the work in his dreamy children’s books that are filled with astronauts,
    deep-sea divers, constellations, the earth, and space.”
    —Margaux Anbouba, assistant editor

    OLIVER JEFFERS PAINTING, Oliver Jeffers, price upon request

  • Oliver Jeffers Painting
    OLIVER JEFFERS PAINTING
    Oliver Jeffers, price upon request

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