WHERE — London
PHOTOGRAPHY — Sam Flaherty
IN COLLABORATION WITH — Paul Smith
Travel exposes us to new cultures, people and ways of seeing the world. But it can also be high stress. So, to help make your next trip run a little smoother, I’m sharing all of my travel tips, tricks and words of wisdom I’ve picked up over the years.
Travel is a big part of my life; I spend a lot of time exploring new places both for work and for my own personal adventures. But whether you travel frequently for work or take one vacation each year, we can all use the odd travel hack every now and then.
Don’t get me wrong: I’m still learning as I go. I definitely don’t have travel ‘nailed’. I still over-pack. I’m running late for my flight at least 50% of the time (Truth. Ask my husband), and I often spend far too long researching the ‘perfect’ hotel. That said I’ve definitely learned a few things over the years that have always stuck with me, helping make the process of booking travel smoother, and the act of travel itself a little less stressful.
So in the name of travelling a little more like a pro (and looking the part) I’ve been test-driving Paul Smith‘s most versatile, practical suits yet: A Suit To Travel In. Like the name suggests, these suits are designed specifically to still look perfect and creaseless after a six hour flight, survive being packed in your suitcase or back-to-back days of wear.