Our friends Laetitia and Abigail have such class and style while working in difficult climes. Whether it’s ensuring that refugee children are able to access education or fighting malaria in Sudan and Southeast Asia, they’re getting the work done and looking mighty good while doing it. We all first met as you do in this part of the world: Abigail was the lone lady English speaker at a workshop, I asked if I could sit next to her and there we go. Then we all boarded a minivan to Kep last year, and Laetitia happened to be along for ride!
I discovered that both have access to such wonderful and stylish pieces handed down through their families, and Cait and I both love a vintage treasure, especially those that are handed down. This happened when I first spied Laetitia in her mother-in-law’s vintage Italian shirt dress over dinner, and then Abigail mentioned a grandmother’s antique Japanese kimono in her possession. We also happened to be going back to Kep. So you know that means a photoshoot of awesome ladies in a beautiful place wearing lovely pieces handed down from their very cool kinfolk. Without further delay, here are their stories:
All photos by Tiffany Tsang. Please request permission for use.