#mylifeofease with Rebecca Byers
Rebecca Byers is a fashion designer and artist based in East London.
What does a life of ease mean to you?
It’s treating life as if it's a holiday - so as much as possible, having loose plans and doing things that make me happy. Eating nice food, having a really comfortable bed/living space and being relaxed at home. I think for me it’s a lot based around being at home, being comfortable and in my own space rather than feeling I need to go out a lot.
Where/when do you feel your happiest and most at ease?
My happiest place is when I am on my own with music on, a glass of red wine and I’m painting, drawing or sketching designs.
The jungle in Peru.
What’s the most important lesson you’ve learnt in life so far?
The art of letting go.
Favourite London hang out
I recently discovered all the pubs by the river in Wapping. Loving it there, especially The Prospect of Whitby where you can watch the gorgeous sunsets. Basically I am vibing summer evenings sat anywhere along Shadwell Basin and St Catherine Docks.
What’s your favourite food
Mussels and chips
Why did you choose your set in Palm?
Green is my favourite colour, there are so many shades and I love them all. It’s the colour of earth and nature and I find it warm and grounding.