Travelling all around the globe one thing is for certain. Too many of us neglect our baggage. Airport fashion is one thing that should not be neglected at any-time. Why travel in style? Simply because I am encouraging you to.
Airports are a perfect place to state who you are as a fashion icon. It’s the place where you show the world your cultural identity. It’s the ideal environment to say , look at me, I’m trendy, I’m funky and damn right cool.
Your suitcase Image
Trust me, embrace an alternative suitcase ensemble and you will create a bit of a fashion frenzy. There is no excuse for not updating your luggage image. Globe-Trotter is a label that has certainly thought about updating the suitcase image. They’ve taken the traditional vintage inspired case and transformed it to a practical everyday travel statement. Go for brown or black leather because it matches any outfit and makes you look sophisticated and chic.
The ethos for Globe-Trotter is that its suitcases are handmade using Victorian machinery in a process that has remained unchanged in the company’s 115 year history. Here are some of the limited collections you need to get hold of now.
This slim line 26″ aluminium suitcase has been formed by hand in England, and features a telescopic sight handle which is a replica of the one used in SKYFALL.
Suitcase Limited to just 100 editions globally, this case is one of the most exclusive products in Globe-Trotter’s history. Internally, the case is beautifully finished with a diamond quilted Alcantara lining and commemorative internal plaque and it will only set you back £5000.
ANDRÉ SARAIVA o produce a Limited Edition range of suitcases for Autumn/Winter 2012.
Sophie Hulme for Autumn/Winter 2012. Injecting her modern, minimal aesthetic to an iconic style, Hulme has, for the very first time in Globe-Trotter’s history, re-designed the handle by utilising her signature brass hardware.
Cruise – Inspired by yacht races in the Isle of Wight, the Cruise line is a fresh Royal Blue with contrasting Navy leather trim and Royal Blue pinstripes on brilliant-white cotton cloth lining.
The Centenary series is one of the most iconic and instantly recognisable designs of any suitcase in the world.
Why Buy Globe-Trotter Luggage
- This label’s travel luggage isn’t too heavy to carry lengthy distances.
- With regard to this design it’s distinctive colors can quickly be spotted in baggage-claim areas. Alternatively, its customise selection will allow you create your own suitcase fashion.
- The product is durable, uniquely constructed from vulcanised fibreboard; a special material invented in Britain during the 1850’s consisting of multiple layers of bonded paper.
- Handles are produced by the leather team who also form the iconic Globe-Trotter corners over a period of 5-days.