Feeling bombarded by all the festive season talk? Looking for a non-Christmas-related escape? Don’t fret, we’ve got you covered. Here are the links we are loving this week. Trust us, you won’t see a Reindeer or Christmas tree in sight.
Links we love
We’re big fans of balance here at Amodrn, and we’re always partial to a good white wine in summer—who are we kidding, we also love one in winter, autumn, and spring. But, we may have to rethink our choice. A study published last week by Brown University has revealed that drinking white wine may increase your risk of skin cancer. Whereas, red wine does not carry the same risk factor.
The Victoria’s Secret show has become one of the most talked-about fashion events, thanks to its all-star casting, show-stopping outfits, and A-list entertainment. This year was no different. While we’re used to reading about how the models prepared for the runway, we were pleasantly surprised to stumble across one writer’s refreshingly honest account of living like the exact opposite of a Victoria’s Secret Angel.
Every year, Pantone releases their colour of the year as a sneak peak to what will be trending across the board from beauty to fashion and even home decor. And without further ado, the 2017 colour of the year is Greenery (officially 15-0343). It’s described as a “fresh and zesty yellow-green shade.”
There’s no shortage of companies or apps that seek to make healthy living easy and accessible. And now, there’s a new kid on the block. SereneBook is the new subscription-based online directory of alternative healers and holistic practitioners. It’s basically the ClassPass for wellness. Expect 3 one-on-one treatments ranging from reiki, and doula services to astrology, for one automatically billed price. While the platform will roll out initially in Los Angeles and New York City in January, San Francisco, Boston, Houston, and Sydney are next in line.