Typically, I’m not the kind of person who wears a hat. No shade to the hat enthusiasts among us, I just feel like, generally, it’s not really my style. When I’m in the city, which I am most of the time, I like to fly more under the radar. I wear comfortable clothes, flats or low heels, non-flashy accessories… I keep it low key.
When you’ve worked as a beauty editor for 15 years, you tend to approach each new trend with a mix of trepidation, skepticism, and unbridled excitement. It’s a weird internal tug-of-war between “A light-emitting diode that plumps your skin? Pfft, as if” yet also, simultaneously, “Oh hell yes gimme, gimme, gimme.”
Kyly Zak Rabin is the co-founder of Zak.–a one-stop shop for all your optical needs. As a lifelong daily glasses wearer (with a horrible prescription!!), I was immediately intrigued. Zak. brings together the concepts of eye-care and eyewear, eliminating the need for separate appointments, sad doctor’s offices, and up-charged medical costs. With Zak., you’ll walk out with a comprehensive eye exam (with a health-first perspective), a new pair of frames, and having had a peaceful experience in a chic, light-filled space–all in the matter of hours! Pretty cool, if you ask me!