no 1. travel uniform
When traveling, I look to basics and avoid wearing anything that wrinkles, requires dry cleaning or is white. In the warmer months, fitted black cotton tees are my go-to because they're comfortable and still look polished when tucked into straight-leg denim or black cropped trousers. I'll also throw a sweater or lightweight jacket around my shoulders if needed, and opt for a leather slide like my Hermes Oran or a Chanel ballet flat.
no 2. carry-on bag and essentials
I always travel with my Goyard St. Louis GM because it doubles as the perfect carry-on and handbag, and the matching pouch holds my boarding pass, cards and passport. My en-flight essentials: a good book, headphones, large bottle of water and my travel size Amorepacific Moisture Bound Skin Energy for post-flight hydration.
no 3. never leave home without
Celine sunglasses and my camera.
no 4. packing strategy
When packing, I always envision my outfits (including accessories) in my head, and ensure that everything I pack is well thought out. Otherwise, I end up with a suitcase full of pieces that I don't end up wearing. I try to pack as minimally and strategically as possible so I can save room for important things, like shoes and a travel steamer.
no 5. best travel tip
There is nothing worse than not having an outfit for the right occasion when traveling, which is why I always plan out all of my outfits according to my itinerary. But my best travel tip is to be prepared and pack one or two extra outfit options (like an easy dress or two-piece set) for any last minute changes or events.