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

By Katie James
October 14, 2015
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Courtesy of Coco Rocha

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!

Courtesy of Yunak Evler

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