The new Globe-Trotter Travel Capsule collection combines the artisanal heritage of both Globe-Trotter, founded in 1897, and Berluti, established just two years earlier.
So the verdict on whether you’re going to need new luggage any time soon is still out – some countries are trying, rather valiantly, to give a shot of adrenaline to their tourism industries, while others are remaining as closed tighter than a duck’s proverbial. That said, travel will bounce back, and when it does you might as well have stylish new luggage that celebrates the epic journey of two luxury brands.
Globe-Trotter and Berluti have come together to create a new collection of solid yet lightweight cases wrapped in the latter’s brand new signature canvas. You might know this but these Globe-Trotter’s cases are made by pressing 14 layers of Japanese paper together to create an organically-textured shell – impressive stuff. Add said canvas, hand-patinated Venezia leather handles and corners, leather straps, and nickel hardware engraved with Berluti’s logo, and you have the most stylish suitcases this side of Cincinnati.
The new Globe-Trotter travel Capsule collection, envisioned by Berluti’s artistic director Kris Van Assche, includes eight hard cases in different sizes, including two rolling suitcases, a shoe trunk, (just in case you can’t decide which eight pairs of stylish sneakers to take with you), a shoe care kit case, and a watch box.
The collection also includes some more day-to-day items, including a stylish messenger bag, a handy backpack, and a briefcase for those all-important work trips.
After all, it’s good to be prepared.
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