Now In: Your Personal Bucket List for Philadelphia's Art, Culture and Fashion Scenes

By the Editors | January 6, 2020 | Culture Style & Beauty

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FOLLOW SUIT

From Madonna to Marlene Dietrich, a woman in a suit makes a bold sartorial statement. Drexel University’s (drexel.edu) Robert and Penny Fox Historic Costume Collection reflects on iconic cuts from Giorgio Armani, Karl Lagerfeld, Alexander McQueen and Chanel in Suit Yourself! 75 Years of Powerful Style, through March 13. “From the power suit to the pantsuit—these garments have been the cornerstone of the modern wardrobe for over a century,” says collection curator Clare Sauro.

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SHOP TALK

Shop Creative Director Paul Andrew’s first men’s collection with Salvatore Ferragamo (ferragamo.com) inside the luxury retailer’s newly renovated boutique at the King of Prussia Mall. Splashed with sleek brass and travertine marble accents, the men’s shopping suite—there’s a distinctly decorated salon for ladies a few steps away—is filled with shoes, luggage and other fine leather goods.

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A REAL GLOW-GETTER

The name: Heyday (heydayskincare.com). The game: making skincare approachable through customized facial treatments and targeted products that combine what Michael Pollak, co-founder and co-CEO with Adam Ross, calls “the power of plants with the proof of science.” Think membership plans, where clients can book monthly facials up to 75 minutes; microdermabrasion add-ons; and Heyday-approved products. Give Naturopathica’s argan & retinol wrinkle repair cream a try—perfect for getting your glow on.

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KEYED UP

Celine Dion trades Sin City for Atlantic City on the Courage World Tour, her first global tour in over a decade. The singer is performing all the hits for the Feb. 22 show (boardwalkhall.com), from “The Power of Love” to “My Heart Will Go On.”



Photography by: PHOTOS: COURTESY OF FERRAGAMO; COURTESY OF THE ROBERT AND PENNY FOX HISTORIC COSTUME COLLECTION, DREXEL UNIVERSITY; COURTESY OF HEYDAY; BY SIMONE JOYNER/GETTY IMAGES