Vogue Japan

Inside My Suitcase

Inside My Suitcase Film – Vogue Japan

I filmed a short video feature called Inside My Suitcase for Vogue Japan

Inside My Suitcase Vogue Japan

“These are the things that I have brought today.  They are old (vintage) things really.  This is a dress I bought in a sale, it’s interesting and unusual (black & white long fine knit dress).  And this is my old favourite cardigan, I bought this in the 70s – a longtime ago.  It was an unusual colour at the time (purple) but it suited me so I bought it.  This one is a bit more recent and it is an old Monsoon and it is ever such fun because it’s unusual (orange, black, cream & red).  This is my scarf which I bought on a holiday in the Channel Islands and I seem to have worn that ever since and is about 15 years old.  I don’t seem to have many new things for going on holiday or travelling because I get my favourites.  This one is a raincoat (leopard print) which is by a firm called Dannimac which were quite famous in the 70s and 80s.  These shoes I brought because I had to design them.  They’re by MySwear and I had to say what colours I wanted.  I said I like shocking pink and silver goes with practically anything – I just love them!  I’m very good at packing.  Always roll everything up because that’s the way to make it take up a little room – like this (plus it keeps any creases to a minimum too).  My alarm clock……. (click on the video links for more)

This is the same video again just to make sure you can see it!

 

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  1. Love this Daphne. I was an air stewardess for a couple of years in the early 70s. As I was often called out to arrive at the airport within 45 mins for what could be a 6 day trip, I learnt to pack quickly! In more recent years, I have learnt to travel light and to pack less, but perhaps a little more thoughtfully. I pull out, according to weather forecast, the things I love and then take only the bare minimum with me. I feel so blessed to be living in these amazing times, where the opportunity to travel less expensively is so readily available to us. Thank you for your inspiration and here’s to many more adventures.

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