Daniela Bahamon is the brilliant designer behind luxury outerwear line Maison Alma. She has built the brand off of the natural beauty, color, and heritage embedded in Latin American culture. The result? A line of bold, transitional outerwear that are perfect for any travel destination of your choosing. We recently spoke with the Paris-based designer to find out more about her 15 favorite things right now.
A perfect lightweight statement coat for your next vacation.
A beautiful porcelain and ceramics shop located in Rue Saint Honoré, Paris. Not to be missed!
Slides with a metallic turtle embroidery that you’ll want to live in all season long.
A stunning Colombian atelier that uses exotic fibers, filaments, and metallic threads to conjure enchanting one-of-a-kind fabrics.
A two-tone wrapped raffia and linen bucket bag made in Colombia that is a necessity on all vacations.
An Italian sculptor whose uncanny work is made entirely from wire mesh, appearing to be ghostly figures that are at once material and immaterial.
A famed institution in Paris’s Seventh Arrondissement, founded in 1831, Deyrolle is a cabinet of curiosities that has a cult following.
A beloved boutique in Cartagena founded by local icon Chiqui de Echavarría that is filled with magical finds from around the world.
A dreamy floor-length evening gown with an open-weave layer and extra long sleeves for dramatic effect.
This print was featured in Maison Alma’s Spring Summer 2018 collection, available to shop at Bergdorf Goodman.
This luxurious candle has notes of tomato leaf, basil and lemongrass leaf; complete with Richard Ginori porcelain. The bonus? It can be reused as a decorative accent or container.
An NYC vegan spot by Jean-Georges Vongerichten for seasonal plates, tonics & cocktails inside ABC Carpet & Home.
This Off-White top is a knockout with its oversized bracelet sleeves and structured silhouette.
A Colombian visual artist known for her large-scale abstract works made with fibers and covered in gold and/or silver leaf.
This coat takes inspiration for the chinese porcelain; but also transmits the way the sun and the shadows plays with the deep blue sky.