“A flight is a perfect time to catch up on the latest and greatest in fashion. I usually sneak in a few weekly magazines as well--one of my guilty pleasures.”
“A cashmere travel blanket for chic comfort on-the-go.”
“A travel wallet even helps me to keep everything in place. A bright color makes it easy to find in a large bag.”
“NARS’ ‘The Multiple’ is the perfect product to stow in your carry-on. You can use it as eye shadow, lipstick, and blush.”
“The three most important things about skin care: moisturize, moisturize, moisturize. Sunscreen should also be a part of everyone’s daily routine. Even if you aren’t jetting to a tropical destination, make sure to protect your skin at all times.”
“I can’t go anywhere without my Bottega Veneta carry-all. Your carry-on bag is your most important travel accessory. It has to be the right shape and size for easy transportation but also big enough to hold all those weekly magazines and your cozy cashmere blanket!”
“The material on this dress is a stunning knit and happens to be wrinkle resistant. You can roll it up, throw it in your bag, and it’s still good to go.”
“I always need to stay connected so my iphone and ipad are absolute musts for travel. They are also great for reading or watching movies on long flights.”
Starbucks coffee with a few shots of espresso is essential--especially if you are like me and take the red- eye constantly.”
Fashion designer David Meister is known for his feminine, body conscious silhouettes. His infectious personality and creativity has made him one of today's most sought after designers.
For David, traveling is an integral part of his job. Looking fabulous while traveling is not as easy as it looks, but David keeps with him his jet-setting essentials that take him from drab to fab mid-air. From take-off wrapped in a stunning cashmere blanket, hitting cruising altitude with an issue of Vogue, and walking off the plane with his Bottega Veneta Carry-All, David is always ready.Check out David's traveling essentials and find out why he won't leave the house without them.