Do you embrace the art of travel through culture and style?

Meet Andria Mitsakos, publicist, writer, accessories designer and global wanderlista.

From Manhattan to Mykonos (and everywhere in between), she voyages far, authoring a virtual passport for the creative cognoscenti.

Currently Instagramming her way through Greece.

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#Fridayfives: My favorite collections from New York Fashion Week

Norma Kamali: I live for Norma. She is an inspiration both on and off the runway. This year’s collection held countless pieces that mix comfort and effortless sophistication. 

Proenza Schouler - Monochromatic minimalism was the theme of this collection this year and I couldn’t get enough. This collection was so mod, and so perfect for a New York woman.

Carolina Herrera - The 74-year-old Venezuelan-American designer has been turning out works of art for years and this collection was no exception. Her inspiration for this Fall 2013 was a Beethoven sonata which reflected clearly in the elegant fabrics and textures she integrated into her couture. 

Rodarte - Very different from Herrera, the Mulleavy sisters, Kate and Laura took their inspiration from Santa Cruz, their home town. Not surprisingly the collection overflowed with loose, less form fitting styles, brightly patterned pieces, and hippie-inspired formal-wear. 

Helmut Lang: long lines and jutting angles were prevalent in this modern masterpiece. The designers were inspired by Picasso’s Black and White Exhibit clearly reflecting their interpretation of an old world art.  


Wander far, wander well,