Though Luisa Moraes just moved from L.A. to New York, the actress remains a Brazilian through and through; connected to her homeland via music, art, her large family, and her commitment to reinvesting in São Paulo. Through her work with nonprofit Fazendo Historia, the bombshell brunette—whose credits include the Brazilian TV series Em Família and Zoom with Gael Garcia Bernal—is a part of an effort to provide children and teens living in shelters with resources in their communities. This month, 10% of all sales of the Susan in gold will be donated to the organization.
No one does easy elegance better than Jessica de Ruiter. The fashion stylist’s approach to less is more, laid-back dressing has earned her clients including Jennifer Lawrence, Dakota Johnson, and Michael Fassbender. De Ruiter began her career as a fashion editor with posts at Vogue, W, and Teen Vogue. She now lives in Los Angeles, where she is represented by The Wall Group, and regularly contributes to Vanity Fair, Porter, InStyle and Harper’s Bazaar.
Neada Jane Deters is a brand strategist and the founder of LESSE, a new organic skincare line that takes a holistic approach to nourishing the skin with antioxidant-based formulas. An Australian transplant in Los Angeles, Neada has an entrepreneurial streak and a work ethic she invests into every project she approaches, whether it’s developing a regenerative face oil, or volunteering with Safe Place for Youth, a nonprofit working with the homeless youth in Venice.
Celebrated as a deft makeup artist and creative director for content and motion, Cyndle Komarovski is, simply put, a woman who inspires us. We love her unique approach to beauty that was influenced by her youth in the punk rock scene and the way her style has evolved to embody modern elegance.