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Written by Oryx
Designer Hideo Wakamatsu creates sought-after luggage that combines Japanese craftsmanship (his family is Japan’s leading maker of traditional Randoseru schoolbags) with the French elegance of his adopted home of Paris. The Tarpaulin collection is lightweight, extremely durable, flexible, water resistant, and shred resistant.
64cm check-in trolley in red, blue, black or white – US$179
Simple ideas are always the best. This is essentially luggage for inside your luggage. House a two-week wardrobe in one suitcase. The main ‘Blue’ bag is even two-sided, allowing you to keep your laundry away from your fresh clothes, and the one-way valves ensure any scents stay locked away while compressing your flat-packed wardrobe to maximise space.
SpacePak Clothes Blue – US$46
SpacePak Suiter – US$65
Inspired by the IATA three-letter airport codes, Airportag has a series of retro-styled covers from across the globe. You can vote to choose the next airport.
42 x 42cm – US$19.90 (cover only)
Handmade in Nepal, these luxurious, top-of-the-range, heavy-gauge hand-woven silk and cashmere stoles are available in a beautiful range of rich tones and colours, each finished with hand-tied short silk tassels – US$456