January 25, 2013
Calling all nomad snobs! Jérôme Dreyfuss always projects something of a freewheeling, live-in-the-moment attitude (no surprise his country house with wife, Isabel Marant, doesn?t even have electricity!), but the latest exude a new level of hippie-glam?and that?s actually a good thing.
Hitting the beaches of Belize or Bali this winter? A bag that?s a little rustic and a lot practical is the thing to take you from the plane to the playa. You can rough these up and they?ll look even better. The expansive Billy ($653) has enough slouch and comfort to work as an easy carryon, and in high-sheen split leather, it almost looks like spun gold. But it?s the tie-dyed Carlos ($860), a versatile duffel for overnights or magazine-laden seashore jaunts, that?s speaking to my inner adventuress at the moment.
Then toss the Mini Twee in indigo denim-effect leather ($540) over your shoulder for casual nights on the town (or sand). Who knew Jerome makes the ideal traveling companion?
All available on Luisa via Roma.
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