August 13, 2013

EXCLUSIVE Summer Interview: Melina Mitri of S*uce

For this week's Exclusive Summer Interview, I sat down with Melina Mitri. She works in PR and Markwting for the fabulous S*uce Boutiques in Dubai and Abu Dhabi. We discussed travelling to France and Copenhagen, and savouring every moment of your holiday. Enjoy! :)

Where will you be travelling this summer?
France and Copenhagen for 3 weddings.

How long will you be staying?
About 2 weeks.

Any plans while there?
I am RIDICULOUSLY excited about the first wedding which will be at a chateau in the Dordogne area in France. It is simply the most gorgeous landscape ever - endless fields of green, green grass, the brightest sunflowers, and the occasional cow. My plans are to soak up all the vibrant colours, nature, and the gorgeousness and imprint the image in my brain for LONG after I've left!

The Dordogne Valley

What will you be shopping for on your destination?
I will be checking out the concept stores in Copenhagen, which I hear is a super cool city.


Do you usually pack heavy or light?
I usually pack about 5 kgs below whatever the limit is - to leave room for shopping :)

What will you pack in your suitcase?
Lots of shorts, little light dresses, and my Bensimon espadrilles from S*uce (They are SO comfy!) My luggage are super cool cases that I bought from Tokyo.

My very fun and colourful luggage from Tokyo

What are your summer beauty essentials?

Clockwise from Top Left: 
(I chanced upon this eyeliner and BELIEVE me, it's the best I've ever tried!)

What will you be reading this summer?
Summer Reading and the perfect Beach Bag (S*uce's shopping bag):

What will you put in your carryon for the flight?
Mini Dettol hand sanitizer, Mini Hello Kitty tissue, IPHONE with my pre-prepared summer playlist ("Breach- Jack", lots of Daftpunk, Justice, and songs from the ZAYAN AW13 Playlist - available to download HERE), & a little notebook for random thoughts and notes. 

Any Travel Tips? 
Make sure you have two pairs of super comfy, super broken-in shoes. Don't forget to savour every moment, every sight and every sound!

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