Piled on the layers for an afternoon ride along the coast.
My year of travel measured in coastlines.
A winter weekend spent escaping in South Beach’s sunshine.
A huge thank you to Los Cabos Film Festival and Visit Mexico for immersing me in a week of film and foam.
In 24 hours I went from swimming in the Gold Coast to exploring the Colorado Mountains and its snow capped horizons.
In case you were wondering, will summer ever be over?
Only in Panama can you watch both a sunrise and sunset over the water, and when I set my suitcase down in Casco Viejo this past August, driving from the Pacific to the Atlantic was the first thing on the check off list. For those of you planning a trip, here are some of my recommendations below.
Berlin’s not a beautiful city in the conventional sense, but it’s undergoing a great moment, “And it’s ugliness, or it’s fragmented quality, is both negative and positive. It’s much more open than Paris or London for that very reason.”
After a summer touring around Europe and multiple red-eyes back and fourth to and from New York, the one question I found myself asking was: “Why don’t I have more season-less basics?”
There’s no sensation quite like absorbing the city of light from the back of scooter.
What do you get when you gather a group of friends from LA and New York and put them on an island with an unlimited bar tab? An incredible week in Jamaica, that is.
A big thank you shout to The Ritz Carlton in South Beach for accommodating our stay during Swim Week in Miami.
As someone who was born on an island and grew up by the beach, combining my line of work with water couldn’t be a more ideal arrangement.
In our first destination for #PackingwithPaige: Grant and I made a stop on one of my bucket list destinations in Santorini, Greece. The initial leg of this journey was a kind reminder that traveling is not always seamless, and the more trips you take, the more opportunities there are for things to go wrong.