Talking Travel With: Elle Macpherson
The Australian supermodel turned wellness entrepreneur gives us a look at her globe-trotting lifestyle.
Before and after a flight, I mix water with a travel pack of my supplement, the Super Elixir ($27 for 7). It has vitamins, minerals, and alkalizing greens, which give me energy on the road.
My son and I recently stayed at Clayoquot Wilderness Resort (doubles from $1,598 per person, all-inclusive), in British Columbia, where we went bear-watching, horseback riding, hiking—you name it.
I live in Miami, where the Design District is filled with new stores. One of my favorites is Chrome Hearts, which sells everything from sweatpants to fine jewelry, including a cool collection designed by Kate Hudson.
The rose oil in Dr. Sebagh’s Rose de Vie Serum Délicat ($192) keeps my skin hydrated on the plane. To combat dry lips, I use Lucas’ Papaw Ointment, which has extract of papaw, or papaya, that’s grown in Queensland.
I typically fly in jeans, a T-shirt, and Azzedine Alaïa ballet flats, with a cross-body Hermès Jypsiere handbag. On the plane, I use a cashmere pillow and blanket from Banjo & Matilda, my brother’s company.
There’s nothing better than returning to Sydney, where my family lives. I love to swim in the famous outdoor pool at Bondi Icebergs Club, and I often rent a house in Byron Bay so I can go surfing twice a day.
—As told to Katie James