no 1. travel uniform
When traveling, I look to basics and avoid wearing anything that is white, wrinkles, or requires dry cleaning. 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 loose black trousers. I'll also throw a sweater or lightweight jacket around my shoulders if needed, and opt for an easy 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 destination handbag, and the matching pouch can hold 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 will 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 packing tip
There is nothing worse when traveling than not having the right outfit for an occasion, which is why I plan my outfits according to my itinerary. My best tip is to be prepared and pack one or two additional outfit options (like an easy dress or two-piece set) for any last minute changes or events.