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An Autumn Packing Guide from Paris to Peru

Divided by the Atlantic, our magazine's co-founders live on two separate continents—giving a literal meaning to being "Here & There". With a new season of adventures ahead, they decided to share a few tips for living and travelling in their respective locations: Europe and South America. While Julia heads into spring in Peru, Aleyah remains in France, where the autumn chill is setting in.

A walk through Parc des Butte-Chaumont in Paris's 19th district

Cozy sweaters are a must for fall days in Paris and while traversing the cooler Andean regions of Peru. While shooting around the city, Aleyah layered up in Montreal-based California Moonrise ensembles.

Walking around Paris's 10th district in style
Walking under the Porte Saint-Martin in Paris
Julia Eskins wears an Alpaca sweater in Peru
BonLook sunglasses in Peru

Meanwhile, Julia explored the knitting and weaving centric communities of Peru and picked up an alpaca sweater from Santa Catalina Street in Arequipa. Often hiking and walking around the city,  Julia brought along her BonLook sunnies, which are lightweight and versatile, making for a great travel accessory.

Meshica DF military jacket in Paris
Aleyah Solomon wearing Meshica DF in Paris
A red scarf by Mexican brand Meshica DF

Mexican-made, Paris-based Meshica DF styles are great to sport around Paris during the season. The military jacket is perfect for layering and with the added colour patches, also makes for a stylish statement piece. And of course, a cozy scarf is key for the season change!

Staying hydrated while traveling in Peru
Julia Eskins wearing Aritzia in Peru
L'atelier by Grid Paris-born, Peru based designs

Hydration is key, especially when spending time in high altitude areas. While in Cusco, Puno and Arequipa, Julia always had her Hydro Flask in tow, a great option for keeping liquids hot or cold for several hours.  Aritzia's Beatriz Romper is a comfortable choice for explorations in the humid Amazon Rainforest.  She also found a piece of Paris in Cuzco: a necklace from L'atelier by Grid, a boutique owned by Parisian designer and Cusco-transplant Ingrid Thieblemont.

*BONUS* Our Top (Cruelty-free) Beauty Brands:

Gravitating towards natural products, Aleyah and Julia both opt for organic and cruelty-free cosmetics. Here is a list of their top brands that are must-haves:

Pixi beauty Rose skin collection
Pixi Beauty eyeshadow
Pixi Beauty makeup

PIXI Beauty

A brand that has always stood out is PIXI by Petra. Created 20 years ago, PIXI has always promoted clean, natural products that are never tested on animals. Want to look as amazing as you feel after a full night's rest? Try the Rose Caviar Essence and Rose Flash Balm!

Zoeva vegan bamboo luxury brushes

Zoeva

Made in Germany and Italy, all Zoeva products are cruelty-free. They even released a vegan,  bamboo brush set that feels incredible! We selected the 'Basic Moment' eye palette and 'Sweet Glamour' blush palette as our travel essentials, as they offer a range of neutrals as well as rich, warm and playful tones.

Zoeva cruelty-free makeup
Zoeva Basic Moment eyeshadow colours
Saje first aid wellness kit
Saje Arnica rescue - Paris

Saje

You can never have enough Saje! With all their amazing remedies and sprays, we were excited about their newly released first aid kit which includes Stress Release, Pain Release, Restoral ointment and Arnica ointment.

Graydon Skincare travel kit

Graydon

This Graydon Skincare Travel Kit includes some of their favourite products, conveniently in one pack: All Over Soap, Face Food, All Over Face + Body, Germs Away Mist and Hair Smoothie.

Dr. Roebuck's

For on-the-go travelers, these Natural Cleansing Wipes are great to have on hand. For late night/early morning travel times, or if you are just exhausted after a long day out exploring, these wipes hydrate, restore and tone your skin!

Dr. Roebuck's natrual cleansing wipes

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