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I'm currently obsessing over Scandic Botanica, a Swedish skincare brand that embodies the wholesome and restorative elements found in Scandinavian nature from Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark and Iceland. It's the dream child of a makeup artist of Swedish decent, and it takes all steps to use only natural/organic sustainable Scandinavian and global ingredients to produce luxurious, healthy skincare and treatments (such as cardamom to relieve tired muscles, ginger to reduce scarring, and bergamot to enhance your mood). Dip into the entire collection below: the solid serums are not only effective, but they make a great travel companion and the sugar scrubs – one for each Nordic nation and each with their own vibe – will restore your body down to its core.

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When women charged the corporate world in the late 1970s and early ’80s, they did as any creature of prey would: they camouflaged themselves. Though André Courrèges introduced body-conscious pantsuits in ’64, and Yves Saint Laurent his Le Smoking two years later, skirts remained standard until women began to discover, in the words of Margaret Thatcher’s stylist, that ‘‘she was in a man’s world, and she had to look the part.’’ And so was born the female power suit.

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