Models, designers, magazine editors, stylists, even the world’s most beautiful people need to take a break from their daily ‘blue steel’ routines.
So where do the Fash Pack go to unwind and recharge, away from their perfectly, curated Instagram lives?
As a former Fashion Editor at Elle and now as freelance fashion stylist, writer, presenter and consultant living in London, I have to keep up with the trends in fashion and travel, which I document in my blog TheStyleTraveller.
Here's a selection of some of the coolest places on the planet to be right now - if you're in with the fashionista crowd...
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Bonnie Rakhit on the roof top bar at the ultra trendy Es Vive hotel in Ibiza: the hotel is a favourite with models and many international DJs
When it comes to the fashionista’s yearly, sunshine and champagne pilgrimage, Ibiza is the undisputed mecca. Every summer any London hipster worth their fashion stripes, swaps their Louboutin’s for Havaianas and heads to the party island.
The White Isle, as it’s more fondly known, is not only the fashion shoot destination du jour, for stylists, photographers and models, but it’s also their choice chill out zone. Hang with the cool kids on the terraces of super club Space, or join Alexa, Cara and friends in VIP at Pacha.
Alternatively charter a yacht and sail to Formentera, along with the Le Bons (Amber’s a huge fan) and the Jaggers (Jade is an island resident, after all), to celeb haunt, Juan y Andrea.
Where to stay? Check into hip hotel Es Vive to be in the thick of the action. Lounge on the stunning roof terrace, Aperol Spritz in hand and be part of the backdrop to a photo shoot.
Or get away from it all and hide out on the day beds, at serene finca, Cas Gasi, where Mario Testino and Kate Moss both stay.
The fash pack keep in touch with Ibiza's constantly changing scene by checking out the go-to guide as to what's hip and happening on the 'escena ibizenca' at EssentialIbiza, a website full of insider tips.
Es Vive hotel near Ibiza Town - the Fash Pack base themselves here or in the island's north, never in Ibiza's package resort of San Antonio
Sun set over the pool at Cas Gasi, Ibiza: at dawn the trendy hotel has yoga classes with its in-house yogi for its fashion-conscious guests
A bedroom in the Ibizan retreat Cas Gasi, a fashion favourite set in four acres of Mediterranean gardens planted with orange and fig trees
Melanie Blatt, Jaime Winstone and Ibiza resident Jade Jagger at a Teenage Cancer Trust party hosted by Jaime Winstone in Ibiza
Kate Moss and husband Jamie Hince walk hand in hand in Formentera, the smaller, even more exclusive neighbouring island to Ibiza
Harem pants, man buns, beards, hipster tattoos, reiki and green papaya juice. All the pre-requisite ingredients for the ultimate boho getaway. The New York Times called it ‘the hot spot for fashion insiders.’ Tulum, on Mexico’s Mayan Riviera, once a drifting, hippie village, has completely transformed into an upmarket, style paradise.
The warm tides and white powdery sands, are irresistible to Vogue editors and chic celebs like Miranda Kerr, Sienna Miller and Jared Leto. While away the days immersing yourself in mindful activities like outdoor yoga, raw food detox cleanses and meditation, whilst self-consciously working out if Micheal Pitt is doing the downward dog right next you and if the girl sat opposite you at Hartwood, is in fact Kate Bosworth.
Check into one of the breezy, beach front bedrooms at (male model owned) hacienda hotel, Coqui Coqui, with its star studded clientele. Or post up at the Papaya Playa Project, a rustic design hotel, featuring 80 thatched roof cabanas and casitas. At night it transforms into a club, so you can dance till dawn with the New York hipster contingent.
Coqui Coqui, Tulum - the hotel's décor uses polished concrete, billowing fabrics and shades of 'greige' to create a stylish atmosphere
Bonnie Rakhit in Tulum, Mexico: fashionistas are drawn by its hippy vibe and accommodation that is the last word in 'barefoot glamour'
The Papaya Project, Tulum: according to its owners it is creating 'a new form of hospitality, merging local culture and sustainability'
With its rock ‘n’ roll heritage - the Rolling Stones used to hide out here in the 60s - and its 'Summer of Love' legacy, Marrakech has more than earned its style credentials.
The inspirational draw of the exotic, kaleidoscopic souks, colourful spices, crumbling rose and ochre exteriors and majestic riads, has been enticing the fashion set for decades.
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