you are correct Judy!! I bought the Traveler almanac and checked it out myself, it has the 3 pics in it and a Q and A.....( I posted a new one, then a larger one of the 2nd pic,, but not the third one because it is the same with the scarf on her head)[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.][You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]PACKING WITH RILEY KEOUGH
Interview: Naheed Simjee Photography: Daniel C. Trese
Styling: Julie Matos Hair and Makeup: Will Lemon
The model, actress and eldest granddaughter of Elvis Presley, Riley Keough, was kind enough to allow us to photograph her in her occasional home in Los Angeles. She explained how she prefers to pack for a trip and shared her opinions on the benefits of living life on the road.Has your experience as a model taught you to become efficient at packing?
No, I dump everything I own into a giant bag and go. I'm a terrible packer. I usually have a bag packed already from a previous trip always waiting and i'll just add to it. I usually pack very last minute and somehow remember everything. I generally over-pack because I usually stay in places longer than I plan to. What items are essential for you to bring?
I have a lucky travel ring I've worn since I was fourteen but it's not just for traveling, kind of everything, but I wouldn't fly without it when I was younger.What is the most difficult thing about being away from home?
I think I've spent most of my life traveling and living in different places growing up that I don't particularly get homesick. I actually think I prefer moving around a lot. But the hardest thing for me is definitely being away from family and people I love. It can make relationships difficult as well.When you are away from home, where do you acclimate most easily?
Probably England, I've got all my things there, my home and my family, so its most comfortable. But time-wise maybe Hawaii, the time difference there works out well for me because I wake up really early and I like that.Can you tell me about a memorable inflight experience you've had?
I once rode next to a man on a six hour plane ride who told me all about his life- from smuggling drugs into Mexico in the sixties, to how he fell in love with his wife and their love story. It was one of the most incredible stories I've ever heard. I wouldn't want to tell it because it was a moment we had then but it was incredible and he was really inspiring.