The Line-Up: Jayma Cardoso of The Surf Lodge


We recently sat down with Jayma Cardoso and got to ask her all of the questions we have always wanted to know. And luckily, we were able to get her style picks too - something we can all take pointers from.

Read below to find out what this Brazilian beauty swoons over.

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Where are you from? 
Curitiba, Brazil

What is something most people don’t know about you? 
I'm actually quite shy.

Favorite city to live in / favorite to visit? 
I live in New York, so for now... New York, but Paris is my favorite to visit and maybe someday live in.

Via Atelier Dore!

Via Atelier Dore!

Favorite hotel(s) in the world? 
George V and any of The Aman Hotels 

Last concert you saw?  
Lil Wayne, he performed at The Surf Lodge for Art Basel


If we hacked onto your Spotify, what would we be listening to?
A little bit of everything from Bon Iver, Tash Sultana, The National, Tame Impala and deep down I love Country so a little Lukas Nelson.

Favorite restaurant(s)?
Le Bernadin

Favorite essentials clothing brand(s):
Acne jeans, and Farm Rio, a Brazilian brand that just launched in the US (I basically wear them all summer).

A brand we should know?


Where do you go to get inspired?
Travel, I think it's the key to all inspiration.

Via Architectural Digest

Via Architectural Digest

Favorite store?
Kirna Zabete

Any tattoos. If so, care to share of what?

None, too scared of needles

Person you most look up to?
My mother, she raised my sisters and I with so much love.

Favorite watch?
My Pink Mother of Pearl Rolex that my sister gave to me.


Dream car?
An old convertible Lincoln Continental to take all my friends in to the beach

Favorite shoes - casual and for a night out?
Casual: Havaianas, for night out; Alexandre Birman and Gianvito Rossi.

Favorite quote?
“The most courageous act is still to think for yourself. Aloud.” ― Coco Chanel

Via Villagelux

Via Villagelux

Workout(s) of choice?
Pilates and any class with a trainer. I need someone to push me.

Something you are most excited about for the future?
Summer of course, this winter has been way too cold and long.

Artist you love?
JR, I like that he's an urban artivist and his work is not only moving it makes a difference.