Going on vacation isn’t an excuse to slack off on your grooming routine. A perpetual 5 o’clock shadow is a chic indicator of some proper R&R, but any self-respecting globe-trotter will remember to pack a good moisturizer, shaving supplies, and a reliable deodorant, while leaving room for his signature fragrance (there’s nothing special about smelling like the hotel soap). The trick, then, lies in stowing your essentials in the right Dopp kit. Stick to a classic made of sturdy leather or waxed canvas; it should be compact enough to fit in a carry-on, with various compartments to help organize your gear. Now off you go.
Clockwise from top left: Semisumo pomade by Bumble & Bumble, 1.5 oz., $28; Whitening mint toothpaste by Marvis, 1.3 oz., $7.50; Kyng Gold condoms by Lifestyles (box of 12), $13.49; L’Etrog Acqua by Arquiste, 3.3 oz., $190; Deodorant cream by Kiehl’s, 1.7 oz., $16; Folding pocket comb by Kent, $14; Eye mask by Otis Batterbee, $76; Nail scissors, stylist’s own; Toothbrush by Muji, $3.50; Fusion Proglide razor with Flexball technology by Gillette, $10.99; Body scrub towel by Binchotan, $17, at Fellow Barber; Intrecciato toiletry case by Bottega Veneta, $790; Anti-age global revitalizer by Sisleÿum, 1.7 oz., $265; Traveler lubricant pump by Überlube, 0.5 oz., $14; Hydrating lip balm by Tom Ford For Men, 0.34 oz., $25; Ultra-moisturizing balm by Lierac Homme, 1.83 oz., $45; Rinse-free hand wash by Aesop, 1.7 fl. oz., $10.
Photography by Koji Yano