• Melissa Biggs Bradley

    Indagare founder Melissa Biggs Bradley is one of the most seasoned globetrotters we know. Having traveled to over 100 different countries, this former editor of Town and Country Travel magazine is always ahead of the curve when it comes to unearthing genuine and unique adventures around the globe. Luckily for us, Melissa has agreed to share some of the tips she usually reserves for Indagare’s members -- including the fact that she only travels with a carry-on bag! Read more and shop the treasures Melissa has sourced on her far flung adventures.

    What to Wear There

    Indagare, Kichay,
    tan multi straw miski mother of pearl detail clutch, $280
    white linen lip hat, $55
    Indagare, Matonyok,
    gold leather tassel tote, $575
    Indagare, Lotty B,
    kelp leaves charmuese scarf and sarong, $250
  • Paula Hermanny

    We recently caught up with Paula Hermanny, the globetrotting designer behind hot Brazilian swimwear lines, ViX and Sofia by ViX. Check out Paula’s favorite spots in Rio and shop our favorite selections from her sexy resortwear collection.

    What to Wear There

    ViX Paula Hermanny,
    shell tie embroidery bikini bottom, $110
    ViX Paula Hermanny,
    shell san diego tunic, $175
    Sofia by ViX,
    petit ripple one piece, $135
    Sofia by ViX,
    solid black flower caftan, $95
  • Pedro Andrade

    Pedro Andrade is a Brazilian journalist, actor, and model. After being discovered by Mario Testino on Ipanema Beach, this beyond handsome carioca traveled the world as a model. Now, a well-known TV host and tastemaker in Brazil, Pedro dished on his favorite local spots and shared what he is coveting from Shop Latitude.

    What to Wear There

    striped silver and blue cotton besties bracelet set, $44
    Hotel Americano, New York,
    velvet covered plastic frame italia independent sunglasses, $220
    classic dark brown leather weekend bag, $415
    blue authentic toquilla straw ocean fedora, $48
  • What You Need Now: The Boho Blouse

    It doesn't matter what you call them: hippie blouses, peasant blouses, or boho tunics; there is always a fashion moment to conjure up with a loose fitting embroidered blouse.

    What to Wear There

    Shop Latitude Bazaar, Mexico,
    black and white rayon mexican embroidered blouse, $120
    Muzungu Sisters,
    black embroidered cotton top, $195
    Muzungu Sisters,
    white embroidered kids dora top, $105
    Shop Latitude Bazaar, Mumbai,
    grey and white cotton indian embroidered blouse, $140
  • Mothers & Daughters: Our favorite style setters around the globe

    Although personal panache is not a gift passed in the genetic code, it is obtainable by following the art of observation, dedication, and good taste - passed down through generations of fashionable women. Case in point: the list of sophisticated lineages we are highlighting here. While most daughters manage to put their own rebellious spin on the coveted pieces scored from their moms' closets, these super stylish mothers have served as muses for multiple generations.
  • Globetrotter: Pauline Chardin

    The Voyageur is one of our all time favorite travel blogs. Paris based designer and photographer Pauline Chardin constantly charms us with her good taste, thoughtful eye and keen observation on destinations as far flung as Japan, Sri Lanka and Egypt.
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