George Clooney's character in the film Up in the Air reminds me of me when I travel. I take about 80 or 90 flights a year so I'm the one looking at the security lines trying to figure out which one is quickest.
I must be the only idiot who would take antlers on a plane. A friend in Miami gave me a candlestick made of them; it's fair to say that security were pretty surprised. It was funny seeing X-ray antlers popping up on screen as they went through.
Travelling requires military precision as I'm used to being on my own. If I travel with family or friends they lose their passport about 15 times before immigration, which I find frustrating.
For a flight I wear clothes that I can snuggle into, like big chunky knitwear and jogging bottoms. I used to travel in tight jeans, which were pretty uncomfortable, I don't know how or why I did it for so long.
Aloe Blacc is my go-to artist at the moment. I play the same songs over and over until I get sick of them.
My beauty regime isn't huge but I always take Kiehl's moisturising cream. For men, beauty products are still quite a scary prospect, but Kiehl's shops are really manly.
David Gandy is the current face of Marks & Spencer and a member of the British Fashion Council's Menswear Committee supporting London Collections: Men. britishfashioncouncil.com
Interview: Ianthe Butt. With thanks to the Savoy, London, fairmont.com/savoy, +44 (0)20 7836 4343