What’s in Life In Travel Blogger Hanh Merriman’s Bag?

photography by Matthew Shelley, design by Charlotte Tobin

Fashion lovers know Hanh Merriman as the incredibly stylish blogger from Life in Travel. Loyal readers flock to her site daily, anxious to survey her latest attire. It isn’t hard to see why. Recent ensembles have included a Margiela body suit with an Isabel Marant ruffle vest, the new Prada flame and taillight shoes, and a locally designed Nha Khanh lace top and Sue Gragg earrings. She’s a risk taker, often standing out at events for avant garde accessories and bold combinations. We were dying to know what she carries in her designer bag. Take a look.

Maison Martin Margiela Calf Hair Shoulder Bag

1. Croc envelope. “It was a gift from my mom-in-law. I carry it to keep my kids’ pictures.”
2. Nina Ricci sunglasses. “They’re my favorite right now.”
3. Sue Gragg ostrich wallet. “It’s small and practical.”
4. Jonathan Adler sunglass case. “I bought this a long time ago from New York.”
5. Hanh’s daughters. (Her oldest, top, is now 10 and the youngest, bottom, is now 8.)
6. Hawaii shark tooth “best friends club” necklaces with daughters.
7. Good luck Chinese red envelope. “An older person gives it to a younger person for good luck. My father gave this one to me.”
8. Bracelet and necklace. “My mom gave these to me–she’s in Vietnam. I bring them out for instant jewelry.”
9. Lancome Juicy Tubes lip gloss in “Magic Spell.” “This actually  belongs to my kids.”
10. Lanvin iPhone case. “My daughters have the matching iPad cases from Forty Five Ten.”
11. Yves Saint Laurent Pure Lipstick in “Tropical Pink” (“For day, I wear it very light; at night, I wear it much more intense”) and Surefoot Natural Lip Ice” (“I bought it on a ski trip. Some people really care about the brand of their Chapstick, but I don’t.”
12. Almonds and Starbucks Strawberry Mango Twists. “I go to Starbucks just for these. I don’t drink coffee much. My kids love them too.”

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