This is What 48 Looks Like

Philanthropist Veronique Pittman on her unconventional anti-aging strategy 

As told to Nikki Ostasiewski
image: veronique pittman
Veronique Pittman
Photograph: Melanie Acevedo

On being an activist “As an eco-entrepreneur, I use design to help people form a deeper connection to the earth. Global Goods Partners [globalgoods-partners .org], of which I’m a trustee, provides artists in developing areas with a fair trade online store.”

On her low-key beauty regimen
“I’m not a slave to beauty. I just use Dr. Bronner’s Castile Soap everywhere [$17; drugstores].”
 

On her fashion influences
“My father is Eurasian and casual, my mother French and stylish. But the person who most influenced my personal style was my grandmother, who favored chic but comfy Moroccan caftans and Peruvian-Inca-style jewelry.”
 

On her anti-aging secret

“I probably don’t deserve to look like I do. I don’t sleep enough, and I enjoy my vices, especially Casa Dragones Tequila. But I don’t worry about it. I go dancing as much as possible and hope my passion for life shows through.” 

 

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Comments

Charley 06.16.2012

The dress is appropriately called perfection. I could only find it on rent the runway.

Charley 06.16.2012

The dress is called perfection, I only can find it on rent the runway.

Julie 05.28.2012

I am also searching for the dress and had same experience. Any clues appreciated.

Julie Bear05.22.2012

I am searching for the BCBG Max Azria dress in this picture and can't find it anyplace on the BCBG website. Can anyone help point me to the name of the dress?

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