Eliza Sophie Caird, aka, Eliza Doolittle is the voice behind soul pop hits like “Pack Up” and “Big When I Was Little.” She’s involved herself in almost all facets of the creative arts. Growing up in family of performers with a stage director and playwright father and a musical actress/model mother will have that effect on you. She took on acting briefly before focusing more on music. More recently, she’s also dropped in modelling to her list of talents, becoming a Nike running concept ambassador in 2010.
Even though she’s featured in England’s official World Cup song, she’s kept the ego down and keeps a fairly low-key set of belongings. Her Essentials revolve around music (Beats headphones and Bose speakers front and center). Her creature comforts include Manuka Honey, Churchill’s Tawny Port, and a cushy travel blanket – that’d be a first for an essentials. In between staying caught up on her reading (like 100 Years of Solitude featured above) and episodes of Sex and the City (the WHOLE set), a notepad and pencils, iPhone and a Macbook Pro give her outlets for her creativity and a means to connect. Don’t forget (two) sets of playing cards either, apparently. Lucas Paw Paw ointment optional. Enjoy!