Elise Taylor’s travel writing is as pervasive and irresistible as the new Passalacqua hotel she recently visited along the shores of Lake Como, housed in an 18th-century mansion where Napoleon Bonaparte once stayed. and dotted with almost picturesque views of seashell umbrellas and miles of glittering water. The fashion magazineElderly writer who has spent her professional years reporting on the best new on the cultural front. “I like to joke that I am the only writer at fashion magazine Who Are not cover,” Taylor explained. “Instead, I write about interior design, society, food, and travel—the latter of which allows me to visit hotels and locations around the world.”
The New York City-based writer has dedicated her years of professional writing to one mission: to share her love of travel through a filtered lens. “Although, yes, travel writing is happy, which is something I take quite seriously. people read fashion magazine “My job is to tell you places that will live up to any fantasy you have,” explains Taylor. (I tell my friends this: On vacation, there shouldn’t be FOMO, don’t wonder if there’s anywhere else that’s more fun, romantic, or a better use of your money. You should be completely satisfied. with his current position.)”
An average of two trips a month in locales as far afield as Namibia’s Sossusvlei Desert for nighttime stargazing and Paris for couture week, Taylor is a veteran traveler who has mastered the art of stacking. In the midst of summer revenge travel, there’s no one I’d be more interested to talk to about how to optimize your carry-on luggage. Up front, Elise Taylor considers exactly what to pack in one continue and four main items to skip.