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My beach essentials: Gabby Sabharwal

The New York City designer of Giejo swimwear unpacks her summer tote.

Between designing mix-and-match swimwear brand Giejo and her day job as a fashion publicist, Gabby Sabharwal isn't often lounging on a towel with nothing to do. But on the heels of her brands' success — it's sold at Barney’s, Shopbop, and New York’s\Creatures of Comfort, among others — when those quiet days do arise, they're more blissful than ever. “I love going to Cinnamon Bay in St. John,” she says. "We are literally the only people on the beach, it is so rustic." Here, Sabharwal shares her must-haves for a day in the sun.

mar y sol beach bag

“I love the color versatility and pom-pom detail.”
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giejo bikini

“This is my favorite combination at the moment. I love this top, because you can wear it as a strapless, halter, or one-shoulder.”
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tigi sea salt spray

“This gives me the perfect just-off-the-beach hair. I spray it constantly throughout the day.”
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celine sunglasses

“These are my favorite! I have bought the same pair three times now.”

giejo mixed wrap

“This helps me feel put together on and off the beach. It can be tied multiple ways and I wear it without my suit for nights on the town.”
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havaianas

“I am still obsessed with these flip flops. This style is great because they stay on your feet when you are trekking it through the sand.”
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ipad

“I love to read books on this, as long as it doesn't overheat.”
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clarins sunscreen

“I am all about taking care of my skin. This is amazing and keeps me from breaking out.”
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magazines

“Vogue, Teen Vogue, Harper's Bazaar, Elle, W, Marie Claire — you name it, I’m reading it. I love to be current on all the latest trends and what is available in the market. And I still love to flip through the physical magazine.”