TR AVE L NOTE­BOOK Malaysian designer Cassey Gan, whose in­tri­cate, avant-garde de­signs are turn­ing heads, on the plea­sures of glo­be­trot­ting, and cities that in­spire. By Sharmita Sum­mugam.

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JET-SET SOUND­TRACK Any­thing from Ea­son Chan. TRAV­EL­LING’S GREAT­EST PLEA­SURE? To learn and ap­pre­ci­ate beauty from dif­fer­ent points of view; ev­ery­one has their own per­spec­tive

of what is beau­ti­ful.

WON’T LEAVE THE COUN­TRY WITH­OUT … My Mole­sk­ine note­book and a cam­era. In­side Cassey’s Mole­sk­ine note­book

THROW­BACK Bag, Her­mès at Match­es­fash­ion.com

THE ESSENCE OF TOKYO Vis­ually clean, the city’s shapes, lines and at­ten­tion to de­tail is inspiring. This is re­flected in my Se­ries 05 col­lec­tion, a play of Ja­panese tex­tiles and struc­ture of

chic sim­plic­ity.

Cassey Gan

Chanel Rouge All ure in B a d i n e

Aleenta Re­sort in Phuket is a favourite retreat

An in­ter­est­ing in­te­rior store in Taipei

Paint­ing on a wall in a Tokyo Metro Sta­tion with an in­trigu­ing mix of tra­di­tional Ja­panese prints

M aj i M a ji S q u a r e , T a i p e i

Sun­glasses, House

of Hol­land at Match­es­fash­ion.com

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