Photographed at Glamping Hub’s luxury glamping tents in Ubud, Bali.
There are many misconceptions about green living, particularly that it’s a rustic, unglamorous and “back to nature” kinda lifestyle reserved for the hippy at heart. Well, that couldn’t be more untrue. Being the consummate fashionista with a lifelong love affair with nature and passion for all things plant-based, I would hope to be a testament to the fact that it is just that, a myth. And certainly eco-chic resorts such as Glamping Hub’s über luxe glamping tents in Ubud, are a far cry from your retro 60s commune. And that’s what I love most about this amazing place, the fact that it’s the epitome of chic (Italian-style) achieved using eco-friendly materials such as bamboo and that it’s sustainable not only environmentally but also in supporting local artists and artisans. It’s really the perfect marriage of style and substance.
Maxi linen shirt dress by Dries Van Noten (similar here and here) | L.A.M.B. platform stilettos (also featured in Vogue Italia, Essence and Ebony Magazine) | Linea Pelle braided leather belt (similar here) | Bing Bang silver knuckle ring | Smoky quartz and sterling silver bracelet from India (similar here) | Sterling silver cigar band rings
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This is the second installment of a multipart feature of my eco-chic glamping getaway in Ubud, Bali with Glamping Hub. Read part 1, here.
8 thoughts on “Style and Substance”
Lookin’ gorgeous as usual.
Your rings are fab!
It’s the perfect honeymoon destination! Whoever said tents are not glamorous?
I so wanna go there!
The craftsmanship of each detail is exquisite!
The place looks huge, like a cathedral. And to think that most of the materials are made from bamboo!
Everything is superbly done!
The mosaic table at the bar is marvelous!