Legendary poet and high priestess of punk Patti Smith posted photos and details of what she packed for a recent tour.
Smith is on tour right now, playing her iconic album Horses in its entirety (and then some), and I hope to catch one of her always-incendiary and inspiring performances.
I always travel light. Besides my dungarees and my trusty Ann Demeulemeester black jackets, everything can be washed in a sink in a hotel room and laid out on a windowsill to dry. For instance 7 tee shirts (including 4 electric lady teeshirts) and 7 pairs of bee socks.
The worse part, besides saying goodbye to my daughter Jesse, is picking out what books to take. I decide this will be essentially a Haruki Murakami tour. So I will take several of his books including the three volume IQ84 to reread. He is a good writer to reread as he sets your mind to daydreaming while you are reading him. thus i always miss stuff.
I inventory Moleskin notebooks. seven small tubes of Weleda salt toothpaste. witch hazel wipes. Loquat leaf tea bags for cough. essentials like that. I guess I am ready.
Well, can you feel it? My poor, poor husband.I “Morissetted” him for over a month.But let me ask you this, how the hell could I ever stop? pic.twitter.com/R6UVdjmHuL— Lisa Shmeesa 🦎🦎🦎 (@LisaRieffel) March 21, 2018
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