In 2yea3rs 34,000
6.30AM My alarm’s the classic version from the iPhone, but I almost never use it because I wake up naturally. I’m definitely not a light sleeper—I can doze off during a concert! 6.35AM It is straight to the bath for me. I usually take 30 minutes to get ready. My approach to personal style is: Don’t overthink it. What I wear to work really depends on the first thing I grab from my wardrobe. Otherwise, my go-to uniform is a T-shirt, chinos, and sneakers. I’m not someone who wears my emotion on my sleeves, but if I’m a little down, I wear more black. My favourite scent to wear to work is Frederic Malle’s Portrait of a Lady. I know the name’s not great, but the smell is memorable. I’ve been loyal to this brand for a few years now. 7.15AM I don’t like to have anything for breakfast. I can’t eat anything until lunchtime. I also try to leave my house no later than this timing to skip rush hour because the journey to the office can take me anything from 20 minutes to an hour. I’ve been living in London’s Islington district for a few years now, and I like it because I have everything I need a few blocks away—friends included. 7.32AM I usually call my dad or friends to catch up during the commute to work. I sometimes just look out of the taxi and take in the scenery. The city’s embankment provides quite a view en route, too. 7.45AM Coffee, forever! I have a few coffees as soon as I reach the office. 8AM My office has floor-to-ceiling windows, so it’s like a fish bowl in the sky. I love that is has amazing light. I’ve filled it with everything I love, such as books, toys, pictures, and mood boards. I like spending time in it, so I guess that’s a good sign? I also blast pumping loud music when I work, which is probably annoying for the rest of the people in the office. I’m always ready for a little dance! 10AM I find myself most productive either early in the morning or late at night. I’ve learned a lot from my past experiences at various fashion houses before the move to Bally. After all, when you start working at a young age, you’re absorbing everything like a sponge. When I joined Bally in 2014, I was totally amazed by the vast amount of women’s shoes we have in our archives. There are more than 34,000 pairs!