CosBeauty Magazine #85


CosBeauty is the #BeautyAddict's guide to lifestyle, health and beauty in Australia.
In this issue:
- The Breast Report - your guide to augmentation
- Put an end to bad hair days
- 24 hour makeup, products that last
- Sex appeal - do you have it?


perfect ‘jet-lag’ sofa crafted by India

Mahdavi specifically for the space.

Rich with various influences, a moon

light fixture hangs from the ceiling,

highlighting walls proudly adorned

with international coverage.

Sculpted by Polish artist, Bronislaw

Krzysztof, the door’s handle leading

to the treatment room, is shaped

like the silhouette of a woman.

A haven of calm and relaxation,

the spa offers the full Sisley

experience featuring five treatment

rooms each with suspended lit

ceilings depicting Ginkgo biloba

leaves, an emblematic ingredient

used in many cult products, walls

covered with wallpaper created in

1874 by Atelier d’Offard in Tours,

chosen for its cell-like silky silver

tone and pastel Italian mosaics.

Combining artistic creativity with

first class savoir-faire, the luxury

spa offers high-quality products

and bespoke treatments designed

for maximum effectiveness and

pleasure with a range of indulgent

facials, massages and full-scale body

experiences to awaken the senses

and rejuvenate. Devoted to wellness

and beauty, with a treatment for

every age and skin type, both

men and women can address

specific needs including hydration,

nutrition, anti-ageing, repair, vitality,

relaxation, serenity and slimming.

In homage to the true Parisienne,

Sisley has crafted an antidote to

city life with four treatments, ‘The

Paris Exclusives’ formulated to

address the needs of the elegant

and effervescent; stress, fatigue,

pollution and heavy legs.

Treatments are finished in the

intimate cosy secret café, reserved

exclusively for Sisley clients.

Opening onto a small terrace,

the café offers simple and fresh

healthy meal options. Mimicking the

brand’s makeup cases, each table

is adorned with chequers and the

famous black-and-white zebra motif.

Furnishings echo a mural painted

by children from South Sudan and

botanical wallpaper inspired by the

tropics. Light fixtures by Spanish

artist Alvaro Catalán de Ocón, made

from recycled plastic bottles woven

by Colombian women, hang from

the ceiling in a variety of designs,

shapes, and colours.

Home to the first Sisley boutique

in Paris, traditional and modern

accents are complemented by

animated and luminous wall

displays, eccentric furnishings and

an exclusive fragrance bar. The

flagship boutique will house limited

edition accessories and objects

as well as inspired ephemeral

collections chosen specifically by the

d’Ornano family.


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