Even after you’ve placed ribbons, yarn, and tags on your luggage, it’s still hard to find your belongings amidst the sea of black suitcases. Instead of wasting your time searching for your specific bag amongst all the other decorated suitcases, look for this Suitcase Sticker. A suitcase full of money is sure to distract TSA from your lotions and cosmetics when you’re going through security too. Or it might even lighten the tension at the airport.
Really, though, all of that is just her luggage for a trip to South Africa for the World Cup. If only she were planning a not-so-covert move far, far away … [Fashion Indie] Keep reading »
Karl Lagerfeld likes his possessions in multiples. He has so many iPods that he’s hired an iPod nanny, but now it would seem that he needs a luggage minder as well. The brilliant designer checked out of his New York City hotel room to head back home and paparazzi snapped pictures of his exorbitant number of suitcases–14 in total. Now, for a man who dresses in practically the exact same thing every day, it’s not exactly clear as to why he needs quite so many pieces of luggage. Let’s just hope these 14 cases hold the latest Chanel collection. Apparently, Lagerfeld has never heard of the phrase “pack light.” [Daily Mail] Keep reading »
OK, so I know my taste is a little, er, eclectic, but I love these crazy suitcase chairs by Katie Thompson. Working with recycled materials — or, as she calls it, “junk” — the South African designer has created a wacky series of modern-meets-vintage pieces. The white Samsonite piece you see here is made out of found luggage, white linen, and whitewashed timber. She’s also got a desk lamp made out of a Remington typewriter and a clock made out of a scale. Environmentally friendly and chic. Now that’s a steal. [Apartment Therapy] Keep reading »
The weekend bag is one of those fashion necessities worth the splurge. Not an oversized purse—nor a tote or duffel—its a smart piece that not only get lots of use, but that shows you’re a lady who knows how to travel in style. Grab your two changes of clothes, a swim suit, and stuff them into these darling sacks for your next out-of-town excursion.
- Options are always good, and this punchy LeSportsac lets you choose from a shoulder strap or hand grip. [$120, LeSportsac, Shopbop.com]
- This Matt & Nat style is called the Bauhaus. You can rock Euro-style even if you’re not jumping the pond. [$375, Endless.com]
- Nothing says summer more than linen. [$198, Bananarepublic.com]
- We hope you’re going to the Poconos with this kitschy print. [$58, Kimchi Blue, Urbanoutfitters.com]
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