Gaia Repossi was only 21 when, in 2007, she was named creative and artistic director of her family’s jewelry house, but it was a fortuitous move. In the years since, she has ushered in a new era of creativity and buzz around Repossi, which was founded by her great-grandfather Costantino Repossi in Turin in the 1940s. Although trained as a painter at the Beaux-Arts of Paris, Gaia also earned a master’s degree in archaeology, and these two worlds intersect beautifully in her fine-jewelry creations as well as in her store concepts. (When in Paris, do stop by the newish Place Vendôme flagship, which was designed by Rem Koolhaas and his architecture firm, OMA.) This month, as Repossi celebrates the 10th anniversary of its Berbere Collection, which re-interprets the tattoos on the hands of the Tuareg Berbers, Gaia shares her key components to the good life. —Ashley Baker
Airline: An electric plane. When are they coming?
Alibi: “I’m working remotely.” It’s the new trend!
Bag: Rimowa Original Trunk XL and recycled backpacks.
Bedtime: Around 10 p.m.
Birthday: March 13.
Breakfast, weekday: A matcha latte and raw sprouted muesli.
Breakfast, weekend: Celery-and-cucumber juice, matcha latte, and the same muesli with fresh almond milk.
Car: Any electric version.
Child: Rosemary’s baby.
Cocktail: Dassai 23 sake.
Cocktail appetizer: Red sangria.
Couple: Always and never.
Date: Under the moonlight.
Dinner, weekday: Veggie sandwiches.
Dinner, weekend: Recipes made with vegetables from the organic farmers’ market in my hood.
Disguise: Juliet’s angel costume from Baz Luhrmann’s 1996 film, Romeo + Juliet.