As the son of supermodel Cindy Crawford and Casamigos co-impresario Rande Gerber, Presley Gerber is genetically gifted. The 23-year-old Californian has inherited both his mother’s good looks and his father’s entrepreneurship, which has led him to both a day job in investments and some extra-curricular work in modeling. His most recent project is collaborating with Hedi Slimane on a short film inspired by the new Celine fragrance, Eau de Californie. On the occasion of its release, he shares his key components to the good life. —Ashley Baker
Airline: American Airlines.
Bedtime: I aim for 10:00 p.m.
Bike: Honda 150.
Birthday: July 2, 1999.
Breakfast, weekday: Smoothies all day.
Breakfast, weekend: Still smoothies.
Car: I’ve been riding my bike more, but I miss my Tesla.
Dinner, weekday: Italian at home.
Dinner, weekend: With friends.
Drive: The Pacific Coast Highway.
Escape: Anywhere I can snowboard.
Family: My best friends.
Friend: Sunday Night Football.
Hotel: The Mercer in New York.
Last Meal: Oatmeal.
Lunch, weekday: Café Habana in New York.
Lunch, weekend: Café Habana.
Novel: The Hunger Games.
Pants: Black jeans.
Pet: I have a crested gecko named Lieutenant.
Piece of advice: “Listen more.”
Ride: A 1976 Blazer.
Saying: “Don’t count the days, make the days count.”
SHOES: Clean sneakers.
Street: Sunset Boulevard.
Television series: Rick and Morty.
Time of day: Sunrise or sunset.
View: The pier.
Wake-up time: Eight a.m.
Work of art: Hedi Slimane’s photography.