Connoisseur: Danuta Mieloch’s Favorite Things
Photography by Courtney Apple.
The founder of Rescue Spa is a longtime fixture on Philly’s beauty scene, but now, after fielding desperate pleas from our neighbors up north, she’s expanding beyond her Rittenhouse outpost with an NYC location, slated to open later this summer.
Jewelry staple: A gold charm necklace from Town Home in Rittenhouse [above, left]. “All of my friends and family know I have it and usually get me additions.”
Little luxuries: A men’s rose gold Panerai watch, a great handbag, and a comfortable pair of Gucci loafers. [above, right]
On my nightstand: A Tivoli radio [above, left] and a stack of magazines.
Morning fuel: “I make myself a green juice in my Omega juicer — lemon, apple, ginger, parsley, celery and kale.”
Recent splurge: A lightweight sweater by The Row.
Collection: Buddha and Ganesh figurines [above, right], old perfume bottles and antique Lalique glass.
Favorite fragrance: Odin 11 or Il Profvmo’s Ginger [above, left], depending on the season.
Skin-care essentials: Biologique Recherche. “I always have Lait U, Lotion P50 1970, Masque Vivant, Fluide VIP O2 and sunscreen.”
Go-to gadget: LightStim LED Light Therapy, a UV-free at-home light system that helps regenerate skin cells.
Must-have makeup: Valmont foundation, L’Elixir des Glaciers, in Rosy Beige [above, right]. “It’s like a tinted serum for your skin.”
New product: “I turned 50 this year, so currently I’m testing Liquid Surgery Serum by MBR. It comes with a hefty price tag, but it’s worth the splurge!”
Out and About
Photo by Jason Varney.
Currently working on: Rescue Spa’s second location, at 29 East 19th Street in New York City.
Favorite bar: Center City’s Oyster House [above] during happy hour, for a glass of wine.
Next vacation: Paris and the South of France. “Poland is also a regular stop, to visit my mom.”
Favorite market: Reading Terminal Market. “It’s busy and overwhelming, but I have my favorite stops.
Exercise: Ashtanga yoga, jogging and anything outdoors.
Favorite boutique: Montaigne Market or Colette, both in Paris. “They’re like mini galleries.”
Published as “Connoisseur: Danuta Mieloch” in the June 2017 issue of Philadelphia magazine. Read more at http://www.phillymag.com/shoppist/2017/06/03/connoisseur-danuta-mieloch/#u1hHE0Ug0A77k2o1.99