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Omega Watches and Louis Vuitton Speakers Are on MONTECRISTO’s March Wishlist

Omega Constellation Meteorite Watches

Omega’s Constellation collection has long been inspired by the movement of the stars, and this year, 20 new models feature dials created from the Muonionalusta meteorite, possibly the oldest known meteorite on Earth, at 4.5 billion years old. No two dials are the same, thanks to the natural patterning found within this ancient space material. And with Omega’s colour-treatment technology, various shades are available, from rhodium-grey to lilac.

Hermès H24 Herbes Vives Eau de Parfum

The new H24 Herbes Vives eau de parfum from Hermès captures the ephemeral scent of urban nature that permeates a city after it rains. Evocative of a bouquet of fresh herbs, with notes of pear, this men’s fragrance is housed in a refillable green bottle crafted from 15 per cent recycled glass.

Louis Vuitton LV Nanogram Speaker

Developed in conjunction with Harmon, Louis Vuitton’s new portable LV Nanogram Speaker builds on the legacy and creativity of the maison. Part fashion, part technology, the aluminum speaker arrives in three colours: silver, copper, and limited-edition “Damoflage”—dreamed up by creative director Pharrell Williams, this pattern is a digitized camouflage Damier motif. A leather loop makes it simple to clip the speaker onto a belt or bag, for tunes on the go.

La Prairie Eye Lift Serum

All eyes are on March 1, when La Prairie launches its new ultra-luxe Skin Caviar Eye Lift serum, its first beauty serum that targets the skin ligaments, to sculpt, lift, and contour your peepers.

Obakki Skin-Care

Crafted in partnership with women-led cooperatives in Africa, Obakki’s new skin-care line features 100 per cent plant-based ingredients sourced ethically from Northern Uganda, South Sudan, Ghana, and Tunisia. Four facial oils (Balanites, Prickly Pear, Baobab, and Macadamia), bath oils, sugar scrubs, shea butter, and lotions round out a collection that’s handcrafted without parabens, palm oil, artificial fragrances, or colourants.

Bonus: while the shea butter collection supports a sustainable income for female entrepreneurs in Africa, the Nilotica cold-pressed shea butter—wild-harvested from the Nile region of Northern Uganda—also serves as a stand-in hair treatment for locks that need a moisturizing reset. To mark International Women’s Day, Obakki is donating net profits from all skin-care sales on March 8 to these entrepreneurs in Africa.

L’Occitane Artichoke Body Cream and Scrub

The humble vegetable that is the artichoke has been shown to improve skin texture and elasticity, so it’s no surprise that L’Occitane’s new body cream and scrub contain artichoke leaf extract. Dry exfoliate first with the body scrub, then, after showering, stimulate the skin’s microcirculation by applying the body cream in circular motions using the accompanying gua sha tool.

Milk Makeup Jelly Stick

For a sheer stain that sticks, Milk Makeup’s new Cooling Water Jelly Tint Lip + Cheek Blush Stain glides on cheeks and lips, creating a buildable, long-lasting burst of colour. Made with cooling seawater, aloe, and skin-firming vegan collagen, it has a jelly-like texture that makes it easy to apply, and it’s available in four bright colours.

MEC x Tilley Hat

Synonymous with adventure travel, the iconic Tilley hat was invented in 1980 by sailor Alex Tilley to prevent his hat from blowing off in the wind. In collaboration with Mountain Equipment Company, the new unisex Tilley Packable T1 channels the spirit of the original—with rain-resistant recycled nylon construction, a hidden pocket in the crown, UPF 50+ sun protection, and a sweatband.

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Post Date:

March 1, 2024