TRAVELPhotos: Nina Flohr Is Flying Highby Daisy GarnettJune 11, 2015Photographer: David Burton Stylist: Gianluca LongoWhether working for her family’s aviation business, building an ecohotel off the coast of Africa, or surfing the Pacific, Nina Flohr epitomizes jetset cool.1Photographer: David Burton Stylist: Gianluca LongoFlohr at home in London, beside Anne Collier’s Woman With a Camera (Postcard, The Chieftain’s Daughter), 2014.2Photographer: David Burton Stylist: Gianluca LongoRelaxing at home.3A VistaJet aircraft tail featuring a 2010 collaboration with L.A. street artist Retna. Courtesy of VistaJet.4Inside a VistaJet Global 6000, with duck-down duvets, cashmere blankets, and custom mattresses. Courtesy of VistaJet.5The jet production facility. Courtesy of VistaJet.6Photographer: David BurtonAn assemblage of objects on Flohr’s étagère.7Flohr’s dining room, with an antique chair she reupholstered in pink velvet. Courtesy of Nina Flohr.8Photographer: David BurtonFlohr’s home office.9Flohr’s mother, Katharina Flohr, 2000. Courtesy of Valery Katsuba.10At her Kisawa tourism and environmental project on Benguerra Island, in Mozambique, 2014. Courtesy of Nina Flohr.11Flohr, in Provence, France, 1996. Courtesy of Nina Flohr.12Benguerra Island, where she is developing her construction project. Courtesy of Nina Flohr.13Photographer: David BurtonHer mantel, with a Ghanaian stick figure.14Photographer: David BurtonA 1930s Art Deco cart in the entryway of Flohr’s apartment, with a vase she hand-carried from Italy.15A favorite look from Chanel for fall. Courtesy of Getty Images.16With her friend Noor Fares, Rio de Janeiro, 2014. Courtesy of Nina Flohr.17Flohr surfing in California, 2014. Courtesy of Nina Flohr.18A fall 2015 Giambattista Valli look. Courtesy of Getty Images.19While visiting a friend on the Zambezi River in 2014, Flohr awoke to find an elephant tapping on her tent. Courtesy of Nina Flohr.20A colorful street scene in Maputo, Mozambique’s capital. Courtesy of Nina Flohr.21For the inauguration, Flohr was joined by kings and chiefs from local tribal communities. Courtesy of Nina Flohr.22The inauguration of the Kisawa project on Benguerra Island, 2014. Courtesy of Nina Flohr.