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I love Reformation on Melrose, Opening Ceremony, Painted Bird, Maxfield if I'm feeling fancy, and Barneys. Seven-thirty is the ideal time to hit the road and go home. I love this Italian restaurant downtown called Bestia. When I'm in New York, I love to go to Paul's Baby Grand, but L.
A lot of my girlfriends are also in and out of town, but I have a solid group of, like, six people who I try to see throughout the week. I really like to have a moment alone at the house, either in the morning or when I come home from work, when I can just zone out at my computer, relax, stare out the window, get into a Game of Thrones episode, go up on my roof, whatever, then go out to dinner. It's kind of fun, and they have good cocktails and wine.
First thing, I check e-mail and The New York Times on my phone. Otherwise I use a little Charlotte Tilbury Magic Cream mixed in with Glossier Perfecting Skin Tint, brush my eyebrows, apply a bit of mascara, and that's it for the day. I go through the pile of clothes on the floor in front of my closet—I'm such a messy person that it takes me a while to find everything. I always pretend that I don't know what I'm getting. When I'm going to a meeting or to an audition, I'll run lines in my car. Katie Grand, David Sims, Guido, and Diane Kendal, who worked on it, are truly a dream team. I don't sleep with clothes on, so I just get naked, get under the covers, put on Game of Thrones, and relax. I sleep the best in my own bed, which is too bad because I'm not sleeping in my bed enough.
A., and a lot of light comes in, so I can't sleep late. If I'm going to the set, I don't put on makeup because there's someone there to do it. Every day I go to Blacktop Coffee and get this pastry called kouign-amannwith my black coffee. It's nice living downtown, because the airport's only 30 minutes away, and I'm in New York probably every two weeks. Marc Jacobs, whose campaign I was just shot for, takes what he does seriously but is always fun.
Mattress companies like to use dust mites as scapegoats to peddle their products: A common statistic cited by people like Larry over at Sit ’n Sleep is that your mattress doubles in weight every eight years thanks to a combination of human debris and dust mites.
Special allergen-proof mattress covers seem to help reduce symptoms for those with allergies.“Every mattress is a crime scene in terms of how it gets inoculated with mites,” explained Glen Needham, a retired professor of entomology at Ohio State University.Dust mites might find their way to your bed by clinging to your clothes or even your beloved pet.If you have an old-fashioned two-sided mattress, flipping it every few months will also keep the mites at bay—“flipping the mattress removes the humidity zone, so most of the mites probably die when it’s flipped,” Needham said.So next time you’re feeling lonely at night, cuddle a little closer to the tiny, eight-legged bugs waiting just centimeters away from you.
In other words, your mattress is a dust mite’s ideal habitat; when you go to sleep, you provide all the food, water, and warmth a mite could ever want.