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How one top model unwinds
With her Patti Smith shag and perfectly smudged eyeliner, British model Edie Campbell looks like the type of person who knows where the party’s at—before the host does. IRL, nights in at her West London flat are far more her scene. “I sleep or lie in my bed and watch TV,” says the international ambassador for YSL Black Opium Nuit Blanche. (Yes, the perfume is named after an all-nighter.) “I like really bad cooking shows. I don’t cook; I just watch. The way they talk about food is quite relaxing.”
After a punishing Fashion Month and her own off-the-beaten-path adventures in Beirut and Kenya, Campbell deserves it. When she does hit the town, her beauty game is as chill as the model herself. “I don’t really have a routine. I use Avène products and Charlotte Tilbury moisturizer. I’m quite lazy about it. If I spend five minutes, I’ll use eyebrow gel, a bit of mascara and concealer and curl my eyelashes,” she says. And, of course, Black Opium Nuit Blanche. “I put a little bit on the neck; that’s enough. It should not be overpowering.”
YSL Black Opium Nuit Blanche ($125 for 90 mL), at sephora.com.