5 new suitcases perfect for travelling

With holidays just around the corner, updating your suitcase is never a bad idea if you want to travel in comfort and peace of mind. Here’s a closer look at five original, top-quality pieces that you should snap up straight away.


While Spain, Italy and Greece remain this summer’s top destinations, climate change is also a factor in holiday planning. 76% of Europeans are planning to adapt their behaviour to the heatwaves currently sweeping the globe.


1/3 (33.6%) are avoiding destinations with extreme temperatures, preferring Scandinavia and the UK to the south of France and Mayorque, according to the latest survey by the European Travel Commission. 16% prefer to opt for more temperate destinations, while 8.5% choose to change their holiday period. The shoulder season, or the possibility of shifting holidays between March and early May and between September and October, is becoming increasingly popular, as tour operators note.


In any case, 54% of those surveyed plan to travel to their holiday destination by plane, a mode of transport that is growing in popularity (up 5% on last year). And what better way to transport your personal belongings with all the comfort you need than to invest in a beautiful suitcase. Luxus Magazine brings you its selection of new products to bring you closer to blue skies and palm trees.


Essential Rimowa in papaya orange


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Rimowa’s iconic Essential suitcase comes in a summery hue. With its bright papaya orange colour, this piece is sure to liven up the airport baggage carousel. Made from high-performance polycarbonate, the Rimowa Essential is both light and strong, with its adjustable telescopic handle, Multiwheel wheel system, TSA-approved locks and two internal compartments. An essential suitcase that never disappoints.


The Lipault suitcase in water green


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Gone are the dark suitcases that all look the same. Lipault’s new Plume suitcase comes in Dry Sage, an elegant and timeless water green that invites you to escape. The technical features include double wheels, a TSA padlock, three handles and an easy-access interior pocket.


C-Lite x Kenny Scharf by Samsonite


© C-Lite x Kenny Scharf par Samsonite


The result of a collaboration between Kenny Scharf and Samsonite, this hard-shell suitcase features a grey background enlivened by the colourful, cheerful style of the American artist. With its playful, futuristic little characters, the C-Lite model is made from polypropylene with an inner lining of recycled PET plastic and includes a USB port, which is very practical when travelling.


The 19 Degree suitcase by Tumi


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This Extended Trip case from Tumi’s 19 Degree line has been re-imagined with a textured matt finish. Featuring a recycled polycarbonate shell, its fluid contours give it a modern look, boosted by its timeless olive colour. 1% of sales from this collection are donated to environmental associations.


Cream, brown and turned wool from Delsey


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Delsey’s Chatelet Air 2.0 line is the perfect choice for winter travel. The S Extensible Business, Fleece version, is made from polycarbonate and includes a USB port. We particularly like its design, with its cream background and brown details. What’s more? A touch of turned wool that’s as fashionable as it is elegant.


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Featured photo: © Rimowa

Fashion, hotels, gastronomy, jewelry, beauty, design... Pauline Duvieu is a journalist specializing in luxury and the art of living. Passionate about the high-end spheres that arouse emotion, she loves to describe the creations of the houses and tell the stories of the talents she meets.


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