Fashion

In the Bag: An Interview with Fiona Kotur

I first met Fiona three years ago, when we were introducing Tatcha to Joyce Beauty, in Hong Kong. She is a fellow Wellesley alum, and our friends in common said that I must meet her. When I finally walked into her showroom, I was stunned.

 

“the smaller the bag the better the evening...”

 

 

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Our Favorite Tricks & Tips

Halloween revelers often rely on heavily pigmented face paints and powders to achieve the perfect look, but the real scare comes later when it doesn’t come off as easily or thoroughly as expected.

Japan’s geisha, on the other hand, are accustomed to wearing elaborate makeup every day, and as a result, have perfected the best way to protect and cleanse their skin. This is why we created the PURE One Step Camellia Cleansing Oil, which in addition to being a lovely daily ritual, is also terrific for taking away the smears and sparkles left behind after a night of merriment.

But it – and the rest of the collection – have additional powers and uses we wanted to share. If you’ve found a new way to use TATCHA products, share it in the comments below or on our Facebook page. A sweet TATCHA treat awaits those with the best suggestions.

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The Meaning of Tatcha

I sought a single, perfect word.

Just as I pored over books of names before my daughter was born to find one that represented a lifetime of hopes and dreams, coming up with a word to represent the company I was creating at the same time presented an equally weighty challenge.

Nothing in dictionaries or reference books seemed right, and I quickly came to realize that I needed a new word – one that would stand alone in elegant simplicity yet be substantial enough to convey the passion for the ancient beauty traditions that inspired the collection and the modern science used to perfect them.

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Interview with Eden Grimaldi Founder of Mediacraft

From the first moment I met Eden Grimaldi, the powerhouse founder and president of MediaCraft, a communications firm in New York City, I immediately sensed her impressive inner strength and intellectual conviction. Over the last two years, we’ve teamed up on various projects and pursuits, but when Eden confided she was undergoing treatment for  breast cancer, we collaborated on something even more personal. Last October, we created a special version of our SUPPLE Moisture Rich Silk Cream with a pink kimono-silk tie, and donated a portion of each sale to breastcancer.org. This year, we are delighted to offer a limited edition AGELESS Enriching Renewal Cream with a pink silk ribbon, with $35 of every sale through October going to breastcancer.org to help increase awareness and research, as well as showing support for one of the most inspirational women we know.

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