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5 suitcases for stylish jet setters

Between business and leisure trips, living the jet set life is one of the best parts of living in Hong Kong. Of course, when you’re on the road, you’ll want to look your best, and that goes beyond the clothes you’re wearing to the luggage you’re carrying. From iconic designs by Louis Vuitton to homegrown brand Ookonn, we’ve found five stylish suitcases that make fashion statements. Now all you have to do is plan your next getaway.

 

1
Louis Vuitton

Louis Vuitton built its entire brand around travelling, so it comes as no surprise that it continues to be the go-to label for jet setters around the world. This rolling suitcase (HK$31,500) is adorned with classic hotel stickers, creating the ultimate travel companion.

2
Ookonn

Homegrown brand Ookonn’s stylish suitcase is one you’ll want to bring with you wherever you go. The round carry-on luggage (HK$2,280) comes with a customisable interior, so you can organise your essentials however you like.

3
Fendi

Fendi’s monster designs have taken the streets by storm, and now they are taking on the airports, too, thanks to this suitcase. For those who want something more than ordinary luggage, this piece (HK$32,963) will likely become your new favourite accessory.

4
Ted Baker London

When it comes to travelling, it’s not just the outfits that you bring with you that are important, but also what you’re carrying your essentials in. This Ted Baker carry-on luggage (HK$2,412) comes with a floral print and bold colours, so you can travel the world in style.

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ITO

Travel in style with this fun and flirty ITO suitcase (HK$4,200). ITO’s collection of suitcases are inspired by Japanese lunch boxes, with customisable interiors that allow you to arrange your wardrobe staples as you wish.

 

Tais Elize
Taïs Elize is a half-Dutch half-Surinamese fashion model who has been travelling the world for more than a decade. As a stylist, Taïs believes fashion isn’t about the overall collections; rather, it's about admiring the individuality of each piece and appreciating the beauty that lies in the details. Follow @taiselize on Instagram.