How to... pack for a work trip Juliet de Baubigny,
Juliet clocks an amazing average of 15 business trips a year. “Most of them are short – about two or three days – so I only pack a carry-on bag,” she says. “The key is to keep your bag light so that it never slows you down.” For more of her excellent advice, read on.
My typical work uniform is shift dresses because I find them more versatile and comfortable than trousers. I usually pack two dresses and a couple of lightweight cardigans. I also bring along a blazer for formal meetings and a leather jacket to wear out at night. If it’s a longer trip, I’ll pack my favourite Derek Lam trousers and a few tops. For convenience and protection, each outfit is folded in tissue paper and goes into its own large Ziploc bag in my carry-on.
Michael has dressed the likes of US First Lady Michelle Obama, Gwyneth Paltrow and Alicia Keys. The New York designer is used to the jet-set life, which is often portrayed in the ad campaigns for Kors by Michael Kors. Here are his top tips on getting travel-ready.
A black cashmere pullover, Aviator sunglasses, white jeans, swimming trunks, my ipad and a scented Diptyque candle to make any hotel room feel like home.