The new Blue Elephant Outpost and more to explore on the Mainline
New lasers, restaurants and jewels on the main line to know now
Adorn your RememBar with your loved one’s birthstone.
LOVE LIVES ON
As a fourth generation funeral director, Jennifer Graziano has always had a passion to help, guide and support those who are grieving. And after taking classes at the Fashion Institute of Technology and recognizing a void in a stylish way to commemorate those who have passed away, including her own mother, she created RememBar (souvenircollection.com), a line of minimalist, timeless and classic jewelry that allows you to keep your loved ones close to you. “Each piece in the collection has a hollowed-out bar that allows you to physically carry a piece of your loved ones wherever you go, whether it’s a drop of perfume or even a lock of hair,” she says. Shop the collection July 14-15 at Rachelle Boutique & Designer Consignment in Bryn Mawr, during Graziano’s trunk show.
Dr Eric Bernstein
ABOUT THE FACE
Dr. Eric Bernstein isn’t afraid of his love – his obsession, really – for lasers. Each of its treatment rooms in its main laser surgery center (dermguy.com) is packed with all the latest and most innovative lasers that combat everything from unwanted hair to acne scars. But her latest offering, UltraClear, will appeal to any Main Line woman who wants the anti-aging benefits of laser without the pain or downtime, straight to her Suburban Square office for a 15-minute session on the hour. of lunch. “What amazes me about the UltraClear is that we see a tremendous response in terms of skin improvement, often without any discomfort, without the need for numbing cream and very little or no downtime. ‘stop,’ says Bernstein. “I’ve often associated downtime and pain with the degree of improvement in the past, but that’s no longer the case.” As the world’s first cold fiber, ablative laser, UltraClear can reverse the signs of aging in all skin types, including darker skin types III-VI, with less pain and downtime than other ablative devices. This includes all the pesky skin issues ranging from pigmentation and fine lines to wrinkles, scars and age spots.
A variety of dishes on the menu at The Blue Elephant’s new outpost
SOMETHING NEW, SOMETHING BLUE
As one of Pottstown’s most revered and super stylish restaurants, The Blue Elephant (blueelephantbar.com) has consistently upped the ante when it comes to culinary fusion with its Italian-Thai dishes that showcase Japanese influences. And Pearl Somboonsong Murphy, a visionary who grew up in the hospitality industry under the tutelage of her beloved restaurateur parents Win and Sutida Somboonsong (of Azie on Main and Teikoku), now brings her innovative spin on fusion food and drink. Asians at the Main Line with the soon-to-be-opened outpost of The Blue Elephant in Wayne. “Blending traditional flavors with flamboyant contemporary techniques, The Blue Elephant’s food, beverage and dining experience program is carefully crafted to surprise and elevate any night inside or out” , says Murphy, who now oversees all operations at WIN Signature Restaurants and is paving the way for new restaurant design concepts and new openings. At Wayne’s new location, be on the lookout for menu highlights such as black sesame Hokkaido milk bread with miso honey butter, lobster with handmade linguini and walnut cream sauce coconut with Thai green curry, and the specialty surf-and-turf roll with filet mignon, crab, and Japanese barbecue sauce.
Photograph by: COURTESY OF REMEMBAR; COURTESY OF THE PRINCIPAL CENTER FOR LASER SURGERY; COURTESY OF WIN SIGNATURE RESTAURANTS;