Photography by Moritz Lips.
The Dunedin Railway Station was probably the most beautiful train station I have ever seen. Built in 1903 and opened three years later it once was the busiest railway station of New Zealand. That changed after the city's economic decline and the introduction of cars - today it is only being used for sightseeing tours, but other than those couple of tours a week the station remains empty.
Thinking about summer in New Zealand you wouldn't expect 10° and rain, but the British weather matched the British architecture of Dunedin. At least I got to pretend that it's fall / winter a couple of times, as fashion-wise it is definitively my favorite of all seasons! Before I flew to New Zealand I picked up this gradient sweater from COS, which I've worn quite often (just like everything else coming out of two suitcases for six weeks). I love the pattern and it's pretty easy to style as it works just as well with a pair of jeans as with a pair of more elegant trousers.
The Longchamp suitcase I am carrying in those photos was a birthday present from my parents and it has been with me on every trip since. It has a perfect size, is elegant, but not too much, and suitable for any kind of travel, even a road trip across NZ.