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Cruising through Milan for Salone del Mobile, Paris for Fashion Week and Austin for SXSW: it’s a working lifestyle many dream about. These worldly entrepreneurs may be based in London, Paris, Tokyo, Stockholm and New York, but they’ve also been lucky to traverse the outer edges of the globe. The founder of fashion boutique Creatures of Comfort, the product designer behind Note Design Studio and the Editors in Chief of Popeye, The Happy Reader and Riposte all share their trip tips and favorite locations both at home and abroad.

Growing up in the city of Newcastle in England’s north, Danielle Pender never questioned whether she would eventually pack her bags and head south for London—it was only a matter of when. “I used to read magazines and blogs about what was going on and I just wanted to be a part of it, ” she says. Since anchoring herself in the British capital, Danielle has drawn on the vibrant energy of the community to inspire her working process. “The

  • Words by:
    Rachel Eva Lim
  • Photography by:
    Rahel Weiss

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  • Words by:
    Rachel Eva Lim
  • Photography by:
    Rahel Weiss
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