The budding designer and new mother has traveled the world as a model since she was 16 years old.

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Coco Rocha
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Travel Routine

I’m a jeans and T-shirt kind of girl, but I still wear heels to the airport so I can hit the road running when I land. When I fly with my daughter, Ioni, I use the Babyzen Yoyo stroller ($399.90), which folds up small enough to fit in the overhead bin, and she generally doesn’t need much entertaining, since she’s seven months old!

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Turkish Delight

Cappadocia, which I traveled to last fall, was one of the most magical places I’ve ever been. At Yunak Evleri (doubles from $200), the rooms are built into rock formations where people actually lived for hundreds of years.


When I return to Vancouver, where I grew up, my ideal day includes a run around Stanley Park; lunch at Dave’s, a great fish-and-chips place in Steveston; a nap on the beach at Spanish Banks; and then a fun night out in Yaletown.


I wear makeup every day in my line of work, and it’s important to let your skin breathe, so I use Tatcha Pure One Step Camellia Cleansing Oil ($48) to remove it all before bed.


My handbag collection for Botkier is my ode to the world’s fashion capitals. Each one has its own personality—the London Clutch ($248) is futuristic and inspired by the city’s geometric architecture and angular skyline. —As told to Katie James