Christina Pérez is a writer and visual storyteller exploring the intersection of travel, design, and intentional modern living.
In addition to contributing to Vogue, Condé Nast Traveler, GQ, Architectural Digest, Departures, InStyle, Harper's Bazaar, Elle, Refinery29, and Gossamer, she specializes in creative direction, editorial creation, and brand concept for hospitality, fashion, beauty, and wellness brands. In 2015, she founded the nomadic lifestyle journal Inside Elsewhere.
Pérez studied fashion illustration and design at the Fashion Institute of Technology and liberal arts at the New School for General Studies in New York City. She has held editorial positions at Vogue, Glamour, Lucky, and PopSugar's acclaimed fashion news site Fashionologie. Prior to that, she traveled full-time as a model, traveling from Tokyo to Paris to Milan and many places in between.
Originally from the magical Great Lakes region of the Midwest, she's rarely met a plane ticket she didn't like.
Today she splits her time between Los Angeles, New York, and elsewhere.
When we heard that one of our dear forever in a summer state of mind muses — writer Christina Pérez — recently got back from a glorious stay in Baa Atoll, we wanted photos.
We spoke with Christina about her travels, writing career, and why she loves surfing in the Maldives...
If there ever was a true Professional Traveler, Christina Pérez is it. This year alone she has lived and worked in Brooklyn, Sri Lanka, and Venice, LA – and that’s not counting the many other destinations she’s kissed more briefly. She is a travel encyclopedia – anything you need, she knows it. Read on for more than a few diamonds to save for your future travels.
When Christina Pérez isn’t hopping on a surfboard in Todos Santos or balancing her chakra in Sri Lanka, she’s hanging out at home with her impossibly cute Pomeranian, Bjorn. A travel and style writer for the likes of Vogue and Bazaar, this bicoastal babe has a thoughtfully assembled beauty regimen.
Top travel experts and influencers share the places that are on their travel radars for 2019.
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