1 Posted by - April 14, 2015 - BLOG, FASHION, TRAVEL

Regardless of your destination, packing is always a chore – so many decisions on what to take but every journey is better when you travel in style. Inject a little glamour into your travels with some luxurious luggage, and make a grand entrance with one of these elegant collections in tow.

Givenchy – My favourite accessary for travel and everyday life. Founded in 1952 by Hubert de Givenchy, the French label is loved for its effortless blend of Parisian elegance and dark romanticism. From the Antigona bag to the Nightingale, Givenchy bags are true cult fashion favourites.

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Victorinox – Each piece is is optimised for functionality and manoeuvrability, so you can move through the airport with ease. Having their beginnings from the Swiss Army Knife, of course they’re built to stand up to the harsh journey your luggage takes from the ticket counter to the baggage claim and then on whatever adventure you bring them on.

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Ralph Lauren – Luxury fashion label Ralph Lauren is one of the brands responsible for redefining American style. Ralph Lauren luggage makes the perfect traveling companion, with its spacious interior and luxurious craftsmanship, earning globetrotters luggage credentials while on their travels. Made from calfskin, the luxury carry-on bag has a timeless, classic look, while featuring a detachable shoulder strap and internal pockets for ease of use. For a sound luggage investment, you’re in good hands with Ralph Lauren.

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Swaine Adeney Brigg – Another distinctly British brand, Swaine Adeney Brigg have been hand crafting luxurious luggage for aristocratic travellers for the past 250 years. The range features suitcases, attaches, holdalls, and folios, crafted from bridle leather and finished with brass hardware. Every piece is cut, stitched and embossed by hand in the company’s Cambridge workshop, and each can be customised to a customer’s unique requirements.

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Bally – As one of the oldest luxury goods manufacturers in the world, Swiss fashion house Bally has a long history of exquisite craftsmanship featuring the very finest materials available. Renowned for the exceptional quality of its goods. Bally’s range of luggage and travel accessories combines beauty, durability and functionality in a range of elegant weekend bags, totes, carry alls and small leather goods.

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Alfred Dunhill -Bags and luggage have been at the heart of men’s luxury fashion brand Alfred Dunhill for over 100 years, where masculine luxury meets heritage and character. Crafted in Sherborne, Somerset and made entirely made from English cowhide leather, Dunhill’s timeless bag comes in a dapper ‘chestnut’ shade and presents the brand’s attention to detail and style.

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Globe-Trotter – One for the gentlemen here; exclusive British brand Globe-Trotter has been handcrafting luggage for the likes of Sir Winston Churchill and Sir Edmund Hilary for over 100 years. Each case is handmade according to Globe-Trotter’s signature method on original Victorian machinery, and finished with exclusive Black Box Grain leather trim and chrome locks. A range of small leather goods, handcrafted in fine grained black leather completes the collection.

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Louis Vuitton – The creme de la creme of luxury luggage if you have the bank balance to match. With roots in trunk making dating back as far as 1871, Louis Vuitton combines luxury with expert craftsmanship to provide the ultimate in sophisticated luggage. Whether you’re seeking the signature Monogram canvas, personalized details or colorful designs, globetrotters can’t go wrong with one of Louis Vuitton’s travel creations. With a shade to please every palate, this feminine piece is the ultimate carry-on for a weekend away, and teamed with matching cosmetic pouches, is sophisticated luggage at its very best.

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