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04 interview

  • Where's the most fantastic place you've traveled?
    My list is exhaustive! At times I feel I've spent more time abroad than I have at home. I love the feeling of being on the back of a Vespa winding my way along the rugged coastline of Sorrento, risking life and limb with each corner in the mountainside. I never knew my own stamina before I walked a New York city block, slinging back oysters at the John Dory Fish Bar in NoMad before walking off dinner via the Chelsea High Line. For a country on the brink of financial ruin, the positivity and generosity of the Portuguese makes my heart sing. For a self-confessed epicurean, I had my culinary socks blown off in Ubud, Bali.
  • How do you usually dress?​
    My off-duty look, depending on climate, country, and occasion, may include white denim jeans, a black leather sandal, or a nude Louboutin mid-heel and a flirty cotton Broderie Anglaise blouse, black backless bodysuit, or silk button up top. My jewellery is always subtle, so diamond studs, a single gold bracelet, necklace, or a great watch. For island hopping or smart nights out, Zimmermann is my go-to label, and my life wouldn't be complete without drawer upon drawer of Agent Provocateur and La Perla lingerie.
  • What music do you most enjoy listening to?
    There's little music I don't love. I have a brilliant pair of Sonos speakers that travel with me to match my choice of music to the moment at hand. Driving along the coastline in California, I'd Eddie Vedder and "The Boss' Bruce Springsteen on repeat. For feeling fabulous ahead of an evening out: Frank Sinatra. For anything tedious like study, I enjoy listening to Sebastian Bach or Franz Liszt. For private reflection, nothing beats the hoarse, gritty vocals of Otis Redding, and for intimate, saucy moments with my clients, I can't go past Portishead radio on Spotify.
  • What whets your palate?
    I'm not from around here, so perhaps you can show me the sights? I'm clocking up my culinary kilometers; my favourite restaurants include Bennelong, Flower Drum, Joy, and Madame Wu to name a few; however, I enjoy food and sex with equal vigour. A fabulous meal is, in my experience, the perfect pre-cursor to a memorable night. On the list of things to do before I hit the bucket? Wearing a breezy backless dress while open-air dining at a restaurant suspended 160ft in the sky.
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05 faqs

  • Where's the most fantastic place you've traveled?
    My list is exhaustive! At times I feel I've spent more time abroad than I have at home. I love the feeling of being on the back of a Vespa winding my way along the rugged coastline of Sorrento, risking life and limb with each corner in the mountainside. I never knew my own stamina before I walked a New York city block, slinging back oysters at the John Dory Fish Bar in NoMad before walking off dinner via the Chelsea High Line. For a country on the brink of financial ruin, the positivity and generosity of the Portuguese makes my heart sing. For a self-confessed epicurean, I had my culinary socks blown off in Ubud, Bali.
  • How do you usually dress?​
    My off-duty look, depending on climate, country, and occasion, may include white denim jeans, a black leather sandal, or a nude Louboutin mid-heel and a flirty cotton Broderie Anglaise blouse, black backless bodysuit, or silk button up top. My jewellery is always subtle, so diamond studs, a single gold bracelet, necklace, or a great watch. For island hopping or smart nights out, Zimmermann is my go-to label, and my life wouldn't be complete without drawer upon drawer of Agent Provocateur and La Perla lingerie.
  • What music do you most enjoy listening to?
    There's little music I don't love. I have a brilliant pair of Sonos speakers that travel with me to match my choice of music to the moment at hand. Driving along the coastline in California, I'd Eddie Vedder and "The Boss' Bruce Springsteen on repeat. For feeling fabulous ahead of an evening out: Frank Sinatra. For anything tedious like study, I enjoy listening to Sebastian Bach or Franz Liszt. For private reflection, nothing beats the hoarse, gritty vocals of Otis Redding, and for intimate, saucy moments with my clients, I can't go past Portishead radio on Spotify.
  • What whets your palate?
    I'm not from around here, so perhaps you can show me the sights? I'm clocking up my culinary kilometers; my favourite restaurants include Bennelong, Flower Drum, Joy, and Madame Wu to name a few; however, I enjoy food and sex with equal vigour. A fabulous meal is, in my experience, the perfect pre-cursor to a memorable night. On the list of things to do before I hit the bucket? Wearing a breezy backless dress while open-air dining at a restaurant suspended 160ft in the sky.
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