Rollin’, Rollin’, Rollin’
Traveling to and fro between your business dealings of Singapore and your pleasure escapades at Bora Bora Four Seasons, all you really need is your laptop, Mini-Glove Business Card Holder and a pair of Speedos (they like it like that in French Polynesia). So the only suitcase you need is the Rimowa Cabin Trolley Iata ($550). Resembling a badass briefcase with wheels and a handle, the Trolley Iata is part of Rimowa’s Classic Flight Collection, with a retro design that’s fashioned in aluminum. Two TSA combination locks keep your Speedos safe from sticky fingers, and on the inside, a Flex-Divider System on one side and Packing Straps on the other keep all your other goodies nice and neat. Bon voyage.
This Is How We Roll
A rolling stone gather no moss. Such rolling stones, who consistently jet between Malaysia’s Mandarin Oriental, Sweden’s Tree Hotel and the Makanyane Safari Lodge, should really invest in a Ghurka suitcase that knows how to roll with them. Introducing the Kilburn RS No. 252 ($1,195). Sophisticated yet durable, this handsome rollie doesn’t look like a rolling suitcase at all at first glance, but resembles a classic traveller’s duffel from yesteryear. Discreet wheels and a retractable handle keep it practical and make it modern—because honestly, even a rolling stone such as yourself needs a little comfort every now and again. An extra-wide opening makes for easy packing and unpacking, and the No. 252 has two additional flaps that ensure extra protection for your wardrobe. Thoughtfully designed, the Kilburn also features multiple interior zippers that help you keep track of what’s where. Constructed from classic khaki twill, this designer piece of luggage is smartly trimmed with chestnut leather and heavy duty brass hardware. It’s also got a carrying handle, in case you’re feeling saucy, plus a luggage tag, so you’re sure to reunite again in case it happens to get lost between Lake Como’s Grand Hotel Tremezzo and your Turkish Cave Hotel, Yunak Evleri. Bon voyage!