Get the Scoop on Joanna Ortiz’s Must-Haves for a Jet-Set Life

The fashion designer is branching out into covetable home goods.

April 15, 2022

Between the covetable signature prints, effortlessly elegant silhouettes and far-flung inspiration, it’s no surprise that Johanna Ortiz’s eponymous fashion label has become a staple in the wardrobes of the most stylish globetrotters. Now, the Colombian-born designer is branching out into homeware with her first decor line—and sharing her must-haves for a glamorous, jet-set life.

  • El Relato Dinner Plates

    “Lately I’ve been setting the table with plates from the Johanna Ortiz Carmen collection, which are handmade in Colombia. They’re treasurable pieces inspired by my print archive.”


    $210 for a set of 2

  • Cartier Santos-Dumont Large Men’s Watch

    “My Cartier Santos 100 XL Gold Chocolate Men’s Watch is a special piece that’s close to my heart—it belonged to my father.”



  • Nespresso Colombia Vertuo Coffee

    “Nespresso’s Colombian-origin coffee has become part of my daily ritual.”


    $13 for 10 capsules

  • Beach by the River Tunic Dress

    “Johanna Ortiz tunics are so easy to dress up or down. You can style them in so many different ways.”

  • Grand Tour Bag

    “Paravel is my go-to for luggage: sustainable with great design.”

  • Uchiwa I Large Floor/Wall Lamp

    “I am currently lusting after Ingo Maurer’s Uchiwa floor lamp from 1977.”



  • Shampoo for Moisture & Control

    “I live in the tropics, so Oribe’s Moisture and Control line is a must!”



  • Celine 61MM Aviator Sunglasses

    “I always have a pair of sunglasses nearby. I love Celine’s, and right now, I am really into aviators.”

  • Assouline Travel Series books


    $95 each

  • Maison Jansen Vintage Palm Tree Table Lamp

    “One of my most cherished pieces of decor is the pair of 1970s Hollywood Regency metal lights after Maison Jansen in my New York apartment.”

  • Acrylic on canvas "Morhpo Didius" by Pedro Ruiz

    “My favorite piece of art that I own is by Pedro Ruiz, an amazing Colombian conceptual artist.”