EDITOR’S LETTER | JULY/AUGUST 2021
Arielle Vandenberg on set at Milk Studios, L.A., with hair stylist Riawna Capri, makeup artist Nikki DeRoest, and manicurist Vanessa Sanchez McCullough
finished and a child that needs open space to run in safely, and gelato a pleasant walk away, Santa Barbara is where this can happen. Susan Pocharski, Deputy
Editor : Our screened-in porch— especially when we have a few friends over for dinner, light some candles, feel the breeze, and cheer that the mosquitoes can’t get to us. Alice Ross, Photo Editor : Dorset, England. It’s a magical, lush county with beautiful fields to walk through and pebbled beaches. Cream teas (scones, jam, and clotted cream with end- less cups of tea) and gorgeous, old pub gardens for a pint and a ploughman’s lunch every day. Heaven. Lindsay Brown, Executive Editor : Fire Island. Days are spent at the beach and evenings are spent strolling through the car- free streets and popping into outdoor restaurants to order up a few Rocket Fuels—Fire Island’s signature cocktail. Think piña colada, plus rum punch, plus twice the alcohol. Nothing’s better. Nate Millado, Contributing Writer : The Penguin Habitat at Central Park Zoo. The exhibit is kept at a cool 32 degrees F— a nice respite from the sweltering heat. Plus, penguins are just too darn cute! Natalia Rybka, Integrated Advertising Manager : Santorini. There’s nothing quite as mesmerizing as those striking views of the volcanic island against the deep blue Mediterranean. As for me, it’s the beach in Cape May, New Jersey, when the sun is setting. And if there are a few dogs frolicking in the waves, even better. Here’s to a beautiful summer!
W ELCOME TO OUR FIRST-EVER BEAUTY ISSUE! This month’s cover features the absolutely stunning and delightful Arielle Vandenberg, host of the hit show Love Island . We had a blast getting to know her better, and we know you will, too. We’re also bringing you this season’s best lip and nail colors, fragrances, and fashion—everything you need to celebrate summer in style. And speaking of summer, it seems like we all needed this one more than ever, the Watch team included. In the spirit of this special issue, I asked teammembers for their “most beautiful” places to spend these long and lazy days. Chris Ross, Director of Photography : Maine, particularly hav- ing lobster rolls with my family at McLoons Lobster Shack on Spruce Head Island after a refreshing swim in the Atlantic. Sasha Charnin Morrison, Style Director : NYC. Never left, never will. I am dewy, mani and pedicured, half naked, and always ready for a cocktail. Ed Mann, Creative Director : Santa Barbara, a beautiful whis- per in summer, with its small beaches, unique shops, and arrest- ing views of the ocean and mountains. If there is a book to be Pretty Special
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