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David Bryan Sanders on Staying Healthy in Style

BY Meg McGuire | April 27, 2017 | Feature Features

The sought-after interior designer dishes on his fitness and well-being routine.

“Striving to look and feel my best is important for my sanity,” explains David Brian Sanders, who’s been in the interior design world for the last 20 years. “When my head and body feel good—life is good,” says Sanders, who describes his design aesthetic as “classic modernism.” “Given my line of work, I talk to hundreds of people a day—the byproduct of my fitness and wellness regimen helps me do that.” Here, the L.A. local shares his grooming gurus, go-to products and more.


ESTHETICIAN Facial, from $210, by Suzanne Borson at Hotel Bel-Air Spa, 310.909.1681
CYCLING INSTRUCTORS Angela Davis, Josh Swickard and Roarke Walker, $30 per class, SoulCycle, West Hollywood, 310.657.7685
HAIRSTYLIST Haircut, from $85, by Pete Lambden at Chris McMillan The Salon, Beverly Hills, 310.285.0088
MANICURE From $40, Sandy’s Beauty Salon, 310.859.2496
PERSONAL TRAINER Barrett Kelly, $140 per session, Equinox, 310.289.1900, West Hollywood

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