Terrys World

Terry's World

How to Shape: Perfect Brows

Terry's World

How to Shape Perfect Brows
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From threading to microblading and HD, groomed eyebrows are no longer a growing phenomenon, but a fully-fledged beauty trend. We hear from brow expert Suman Jalaf, whose famous clientele includes Saudi Arabian royalty and British model Cara Delevingne, on how to achieve the perfect brows.

Jasmina Vico on Anti-Ageing Skincare

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BY TERRY Liftessence neck cream
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With the launch of our new Cellularose Liftessence Neck Cream, a daily lifting and firming intensive concentrate which fights against signs of ageing, skincare specialist Jasmina Vico shares her expert tips and techniques for achieving younger-looking skin.

A Whole New World

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BY TERRY Paris store
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BY TERRY has given its flagship Paris store 36 Galerie Vero-Dodat a stunning makeover and invites customers inside its new Art Deco-inspired universe.

A Fine Art

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Terry de Gunzburg's home in Manhattan
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Take an exclusive look inside founder Terry de Gunzburg's exquisite homes around the world, which are filled with her impressive collection of precious objects and artwork. Carefully curated over the past two decades, the vast collection highlights the founder's innate eye for beauty.

Terry's DNA

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Bed of Roses, BY TERRY'S signature ingredient
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Terry de Gunzburg's passion for roses, a flower which has come to define the BY TERRY brand and is the signature ingredient in many of its bestselling products, stems from her childhood, and has been nurtured ever since.

History in the Making

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BY TERRY Galerie Vero Dodat
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​Nestled in the 1st arrondissement of Paris just off of rue Jean-Jacques Rousseau is the covered passage, Galerie Vero-Dodat. Built in 1826 during the Bourbon restoration dynasty, covered galleries were hugely popular city playgrounds for the new middle classes complete with public baths, bistros and billiards halls—by the mid-19th century there were over 150 passages in Paris alone.