Of all the things in this modern age that we consider to be a luxury, I have to say the greatest for me has to be travelling. In these dark times where nothing feels safe or certain, the ability to either escape a situation or a reality has to be the greatest privilege one can obtain. And I have to say I’m pretty lucky, I get to travel and discover new cities and cultures all the time. More importantly thought I get to fly home to Australia but unlike in the past where I normally only go in December/January that magical time of peak Aussie summer, this year I’m jetting off to the West Coast to enjoy a very Australian winter of 33 degrees.
So after flying back and forth for so many years I’ve mastered the art of flying and developed a routine that gets from A to B comfortably without any sweatpants, hoodies or flip-flops. But this time I’m going back to the basics with ripped jeans, white shirt, mirrored aviators and a satin bomber. All very casual jet set. But when I’m flying for 36 hours I need clothes that are both comfortable for when I’m passed out or running for the next leg of my flight. Now this is an outfit I’d definitely call jet plain.
Bomber jacket Dries Van Noten, shirt Polo Ralph Lauren, t-shirt COS, jeans custom Uniqlo, trainers Common Projects, sunglasses Saint Laurent Paris, bag Balenciaga