This rock goddess goes for the kill in a sexy sheer dress, top hat and her signature John Lennon-style specs.
We can totally imagine both Lisa Bonet and Denise Huxtable dabbing a little Rich Hippie Organic Perfume Oil in Foxy Lady ($125) behind her ears. This heady blend of Madagascan Vanilla Bean, Sumatran Patchouli and Tunisian Neroli is so “fancy flower child.”
This haute Huxtable was ahead of the game with print mixing. This striped Vivienne Westwood-inspired cropped top and plaid mix is pretty spot on.
In an effort to distance herself from the whole “wholesome Huxtable” thing, Bonet appeared half-naked on a 1988 cover of Rolling Stone. America was scandalized (as was Bill Cosby).
After Hillman, Denise Huxtable went on a jaunt through Africa. We can imagine her discovering Buddha Nose Bodhi Balm ($24) during her travels. Rub this cedar wood, jojoba oil and beeswax-blended balm into your pressure points to ease stress and tension.
Lisa’s look meets the mark for so many of this season’s trends. Her romantic lace crop top would pair perfectly with high-waist jeans, while the embroidered jacket epitomizes the nomadic-chic styles dominating the runways this season, and for a beauty beat, it’s all about the bold brow.
Lisa Bonet is a fan of all-natural skincare. Carol’s Daughter Facial Butter ($10.50) is an all-natural blend of soothing calendula oil, nourishing carrot seed oil, and wrinkle-fighting fennel oil that helps protect sensitive skin from harsh weather conditions.
Later, the more mature Bonet rocks the carpet in a rendition of that sheer printed dress but covered in a vintage velvet coat. Love!