One doesn’t need help from the mythical sirens to lure one to Capri—its surreal beauty is more than enough to captivate even the most jaded traveler. Perched high above the sea, Capri offers up dramatic vistas nearly everywhere one goes. From its diverse architectural styles (ranging from neoclassical to Mediterranean Moorish) to its many and truly spectacular natural displays like the blue grotto, Monte Solaro, and of course the Faraglioni, Capri is simply a visual feast.
All of this combined with a relaxed pace of life here entices one to stop, be present, and to savor the experience.
I’m captured here at Punta Tragara with some stunning views of the Faraglioni rocks. It’s a wonderful place to enjoy a pre-dinner stroll. I’m dressed in a Tom Ford era Gucci navy cotton pique jacket, Tom Ford pale blue cotton shirt with French cuffs and contrast white collar, vintage aquamarine and diamond cuff links, vintage Rolex watch, indigo ikat pants by Burberry Prorsom, Gucci navy suede loafers, white linen pocket square with pale blue crocheted edge by G. Inglese, a white “Glenn” rope belt by Orlebar Brown has me feeling very Duke of Windsor in the South of France, and my woven white leather flip flops are by local sandal maker, Schettino di Capri (famous for being frequented by Jackie O) and my fragrance is Tom Ford Neroli Portofino.