As an avid traveller, do you have any tips on how to maintain stylish and well-groomed throughout your trips?
Whenever I travel I make an effort to stick to my usual routine, whether it’s downing that morning lemon & spirulina shot I usually have back at home, maintaining my skincare and workout regime, or sleeping enough. In terms of style, I always take along a few statement pieces with me that I love. It’s got to be something that feels like second skin to you, nothing too stiff or overcomplicated. It could be that print cashmere kimono jacket I got from Mongolia or the vintage Versace jeans I inherited from mum. Then there are accessories and little details that can transform a whole look, like oversized earrings or cute socks that can add a touch of colour or character to an otherwise vanilla outfit.
Have your travels influenced your style approach?
Absolutely, My favourite thing to do on the road is to pick up little trinkets and curios, whether it’s a handwoven Moroccan carpet stained in plant dyes, a piece of vintage tableware from a 12th-generation potter in Kanazawa or a block-printed caftan handmade by a women’s co-op from Kenya. I love supporting locals wherever I go and appreciate the beauty and significance of traditional design and artisanship arising out of every custom and culture. If you come over to my space, you’ll see that it is quite an eclectic curation.