With airy outposts in Tribeca and the Hamptons, Onda—the curated clean boutique founded by Naomi Watts—has become an essential New York destination for masks, makeup, serums, and supplements. "It's very specially curated," Gucci says during a recent shopping excursion through the jewel-box space.
On this particular day, Gucci is on a mission to repair and revitalize after a summer spent in the sun and sea. "I want to go into the fall with fresh, clean skin," she explains, as she fills her cart with a shortlist of restorative pick-me-ups—all of which are natural, non-toxic, and sustainably sourced. Among the plant-based bounty is a gentle powder face exfoliant, a nourishing body butter, and a rainforest-grown shampoo that counteracts the effects of color & chlorine. There's also a heavenly scented body wash, which Gucci puts to the test at the store's ultra-luxe, gold-handled sink, and a gleaming silver jar of white clay bath salts.
Of course, no autumnal complexion checklist is complete without the tools for a lit-from-within finish. For that, Gucci turns to a set of overnight peel pads and Westman Atelier's own Vital Pressed Skincare Powder, which provides a velvety glow, plus a potent dose of Vitamin C and probiotics. As she puts it, "It leaves the skin looking so beautifully radiant." What more could you possibly ask for?