It’s been more than 10 years since Tatiana Santo Domingo and Dana Alikhani launched Muzungu Sisters, their ethically produced fashion brand. (“Muzungu” means “traveler” or “wanderer” in Swahili.) Santo Domingo and Alikhani travel the world in search of ateliers that can make their handwoven, hand-embroidered designs in facilities that exceed the labor standards set for workers by the International Labor Organization. Muzungu Sisters’ pieces, which range from velvet dresses and silk pajamas to beachy caftans and pig-print shirts for children, are intended to be passed down for generations. When Santo Domingo is not on the road, she lives in London with her husband, Andrea Casiraghi, and their three children. Herewith, she shares her key components to the good life. —Ashley Baker

Airline: Swiss.
Airport: One where the destination is exciting and exotic.
Apps: WhatsApp and Spotify.
Bag: A Colombian mochila. So practical and easy to pack!
Bedtime: 10 p.m.
Bike: An electric one.
Birthday: My kids’ birthdays.
Breakfast, weekday: Lots of coffee and whatever I can grab before school drop-off.
Breakfast, weekend: Eggs Benedict.
Child: My three children—Sasha, India, and Max.
Cocktail: Spicy margarita and bullshot.
Cocktail appetizer: Jamón serrano.
Date: Cinema and dinner.
: A balance of healthy and not so healthy.
Dinner, weekday: Early dinner with my kids.
Dinner, weekend: A fun night out with friends.

Dress: A black dress you can wear over and over again.
: From Salta to Jujuy, Argentina.
Escape: A trip to India with my girlfriends.
Family: Mine.
Fit: Flattering and comfortable.
: Kintsugi, the Japanese art of making repairs visible with gold.
: One that is loyal and funny.
Good-bye: When you know you will see each other again soon.

My bedroom.

HotelS: Gstaad Palace and Il Pellicano, in Porto Ercole.
Indulgence: A lazy morning in bed.
Jacket: My army jacket that I’ve had since I was 16.
Lunch, weekday: Sushi.

Lunch, weekend: A cheeseburger.
Match: Flamengo versus Fluminense at Maracanã Stadium.
: The Party.
Neighbor: A friendly one!
Nonfiction book
: Out of Africa, by Isak Dinesen.
Novel: One Hundred Years of Solitude, by Gabriel García Márquez.
: My beloved dog, Daphne.
Piece of advice
: “Tomorrow is another day.”
Podcast: The Daily.
President: An honest one.
Restaurant: Trishna in Mumbai and Lo Scoglio in Nerano.
Ride: A train ride on the MOB train, in Switzerland.
SHOES: Converse Chuck Taylors.
Singer: Aretha Franklin.

Spouse: Mine.
Storm: A summer storm when you are tired of the heat and the sun.
STREET: “Love Street,” by the Doors.
Television series: Yellowstone.
Time of day: Sunset in the summer.
Toast: With salted butter and honey.
Vacation: Surrounded by family and friends.
View: Of the Dois Irmãos mountain from Ipanema Beach.
Wake-up time: Seven a.m.
Work of Art
: Grande Odalisque, by Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres, at the Louvre.

Tatiana’s Essentials

Clockwise from left: a Bernardaud kintsugi vase; Aretha Franklin’s Yeah!!! album; a dress by the Row; a Muzungu Sisters mochila bag; Out of Africa, by Isak Dinesen.