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THE JET-SET SERIES - Amelia Mather

In the spirit of seeking wander-lust, we introduce the JET-SET SERIES. First up we shine a focus on Boteh Designer Amelia Mather. Find out her tips to travel in-style and get to know this globe trotter's secret spots.
When did your love for fashion begin?
My family were my earliest influences with my stylish yia yia, whose wardrobe was a mix of 60s Pucci prints and Greek island textures, huge sunglasses and exotic skins, which were of that time. My other nan was a talented dressmaker and handmade many of our clothes which she let me assist in designing from a young age.
How would you describe the BOTEH aesthetic?
It definitely melds relaxed Australian beach style with some elements of Euro summer hedonism. My father is of Greek heritage, so I have always been drawn to the Med.
What is your go-to BOTEH piece to take with you on your travels?
The Boy shirt that can be dressed up or worn over swimwear.
Your most memorable trip and why?
I have so many! San Cristobal de las Casas, Marrakech, Paxos, Sayulita, Mendoza (all close ties for different reasons…). Love, friendships, food, and textiles all come to mind.
If you could go anywhere tomorrow it would be
Favourite hotel?
Casa Love in Sayulita Mexico.
Where do you get your holiday inspiration?
Usually when I’m travelling I do more travel research. Read magazines, books, and speak to other travellers.
What is your number one packing tip?
Always pack a bikini, make up, black slip, and classic white beach shirt in your carry on in the case your luggage goes missing.
What item of clothing/accessory is a suitcase stalwart?
Jewels.. I travel with a bag of jewels and headscarves. I experiment when I travel, putting colour combinations together and having fun. It’s something I’ve always done and have no time to do back home.
What’s on your travel playlist?
Ibiza Global Radio for morning sounds and in the afternoons I’m living ‘Spanish beach bar’ or Solomun Radio for later on.
What are your jet lag recovery tips?
Stare at the sky to bring yourself into the time zone.
Interview by Citizen Femme. The Stylish Guide for the Female Traveller


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