Bikini from Eres, sunglasses from Ray Ban.
..isn’t it? Well ok, black is always the new black but orange doesn’t come far behind. Above is my most worn bikini during vacation. Yes, I did a total copycat on myself. I love that’s it’s a simple triangle bikini top but not halterneck.
So, a couple f weeks ago I got a lesson in the art of packing from Louis Vuitton, which was an experience in itself to say the least! I’ve always thought I was pretty good at packing (the days of assisting as well as the start of my career as a stylist have included countless times of packing smart, always struggling with fitting a bit too much into suitcases and shopping bags with wheels) until now, that is. Well, I’m good at finding space so when one of the very nice experts from Louis Vuitton told me about the rolling instead of folding it didn’t come as a big surprice. However, it was HOW he did it. I’m telling you, I’ve never seen shirts folded like that, it was layers and layers of shirts, taking up no space and best of all -they didn’t get creases when unpacking!
Above are some of my favourite pieces from Louis Vuitton, as well as some personal favourites from my very own wardrobe (nude coloured top from Stella McCartney, note book from Smythson jeans from Frame Denim), which I included in my art of packing. Actually, when doing my packing for vacation I noticed this little lesson came in more than handy and as I was unpacking my bag I found that none of the shirts and silk dresses I brought had creases on them. That’s what I call skill, people.
Putting together my favourite pieces wearing knit from Whyred, denim from Gina Tricot, suede ballerina flats from Chloé, necklace from Trine Tuxen.
The expert, Ward, from Louis Vuitton.