I love many of Charlotte Moss’s designs for Ibu, which are made by incredible women artisan cooperatives in Morocco, Afghanistan and India. The slides and smoking slippers, clutches and shawls are all great travel pieces and support traditional crafts and communities. 

A friend who lives in Morocco gave me my first Parme Marin leather necklace, but I now have quite a few, and I love the way they dress up basic t-shirts or a black sweater. 

Like my sister who owns the jewelry store FD Gallery, I am a big believer in the talismanic power of jewelry. She has given me some of my most favorite pieces: A vintage Cartier Snoopy pendant that is a nod to our childhood and a Hemmerle ring that feels incredibly modern.

Eric Raisina in Cambodia

Eric Raisina in Cambodia

When I travel I prefer basics in neutral colors like cotton or cashmere t-shirts from Majestic Paris; great black pants from Theory or Diane Von Furstenberg; and easy, packable blouses from designers like Veronica Beard and Alberta Ferretti.

Since I walk a ton in New York, I favor lower heels like Stuart Weitzman’s fabulous pull-on boots and Manolo Blahnik’s kitten heel pumps.

Missoni makes the most wonderful reversible evening jackets, which are great for travel.

Some of my favorite shops around the world are Victoire in Paris; Amina Rubinacci in Rome; and Eric Raisina in Cambodia.