From fashion royalty (Anna Wintour) to Hollywood’s finest (Kate Winslet, Uma Thurman), the clients of aesthetician and La Mer global skincare advisor Joanna Czech can be seen on the most exclusive red carpets around the world. In late October, Czech — who relocated to Dallas from Manhattan three years ago — debuted her eponymous Joanna Czech Dallas spa in Victory Park with a bang: The private opening party was co-hosted by Vogue’s creative digital director Sally Singer.
The 2,000-square-foot space was designed by Dallas–based Stafflebach, which has crafted interiors for Rosewood Hotels, Dahlgren Duck and Hunt Petroleum. This spa is the chicest sort of clinical — a nod to Czech’s biology and pre-med education. The minimalist, all-white space, next door to the W Residences, boasts three treatment rooms, a lounge and a retail space stocked with Czech’s go-to products, Circ-Cell Skincare and the Budapest–based Omorovicza.
On the spa menu are Czech’s world-famous facials and her custom LED-light therapy treatments that incorporate ultrasound, micro-currents, and manual massage and manipulation of the facial muscles for anti-aging magic. Peacock Alley robes, Morihata Japanese towels, plus Christopher Fischer and Rani Arabella cashmere blankets, are on hand for luscious lounging.