Ashley Borders by Adriana Boatwright

Bedouin’s Founder and Designer, Ashley Borders, captured in her Savannah

home and in her personal wardrobe by the famous Adriana Boatwright- 

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other model is friend and Bedouin Muse Caitlyn Moja

Bedouin CEO/Designer Ashley Borders featured in online blog on “La Vie Boheme”

Bedouin CEO/Designer Ashley Borders featured in online blog on “La Vie Boheme”

Bedouin’s Founder and Designer Ashley Borders is a featured model and stylist in Photographer Adriana Boatwright’s latest fashion/photography blog on “La Vie Boheme” which Borders primely examples.. As said by Bridgette Bardot 

“I’m a girl from a good family who was very well brought up. 
One day I turned my back on it all and became a bohemian.” 

 

 

 

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Julia Chaplin on LA VIE BOHEME –

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Julia Chaplin’s written two books on la vie bohème, so who better to dish beaches and Byron? Here, the author of Gypset Travel andGypset Style, who also has her own gypsy-meets-jet-set collection, shares her bohemian intel.

To be a bohemian…

Reference the world. Don’t follow convention. Be galactic — galactic is travel
in the abstract, everywhere and nowhere at the same time.

Top three essentials…

Sunblock, surfboard and friends.

And three fashion essentials…

Shawl, bikini and a pair of worn-out Havaiana flip flops.

My bohemian icon…

Lord Byron, for his romantic poet blouses, tight pants and itinerant palazzo parties.

My bohemian motto…

Always accept invitations into the unknown.

The best beach in the world…

Agua Caliente in Ibiza.

Ultimate bohemian getaway…

The ten places in my book Gypset Travel!

My favorite travel souvenir is…

I have an amethyst crystal that I keep in my purse. It was given to me by
an old hippie named Chuck, who lives in a geodesic dome in Joshua Tree.

My travel tip to overcoming jet lag…

Sleep late.

Best bohemian read…

Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test by Tom Wolfe

And music…

Manu Dibango

And drink…

Aguardiente (in South America)

Best gift to give the hardcore bohemian…

Invitations

My bohemian home décor tip…

It’s all about a horizontal existence — lots of floor cushions and rugs.

Ingredients no bohemian kitchen should be without…

Tequila, sea salt and fresh limes.

To live this life in the city…

You need a lot of floor cushions, kilim rugs and day beds for spontaneous house guests.

Photograph by Julien Capmeil