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7 of our favourite designer luggage bags that aren’t what you expect

When it comes to travelling long-distance, we know for a fact that most would pick a tried-and-tested luggage bag brand. Priority definitely goes to manufacturers known for creating bags that are sturdy, long-lasting, and can handle airport baggage handling. Perhaps that’s why not many have actually given a second thought to designer luggage bags from high fashion brands.

More often than not, one would only think to travel with a designer luggage bag for short getaways and overnight stays. Dig a little deeper and you’ll find that a number of high fashion brands also produce rolling luggages. What’s even better that these designer luggage bags are equally as durable and made out of the finest materials.

With designer luggage bags, you can be sure that you’ll stand out from the airport crowd of boring black or silver baggage. Not only do you get to express your individuality, you’ll also look impeccably stylish wherever you go.

One of the high fashion brands known for producing luggage bags is none other than Louis Vuitton. Its monogrammed trunks are both iconic and covetable, and will easily attract envious stares wherever you are. But if these aren’t quite your style, we have six other high fashion brands below for you to consider.

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Bottega Veneta

Bottega Veneta brings its signature woven leather design to its luggage bags as well. Other than timeless black and navy shades, it also offers unique colours of maroon and beige for its trolley bags.

Check out more Bottega Veneta luggage bags here.

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Ah, Gucci. Famed for its elaborate and opulent designs, the brand also carries rolling luggage bags in Alessandro Michele’s signature print-on-monogram. The GG Supremes are eye-catching and trendy enough to make your airport OOTDs look on-point. But if you want something more subtle and timeless, Gucci also has all-black variants.

Check out more Gucci luggage bags here.

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Louis Vuitton

While most of us don’t have private jets to carry our Louis Vuitton cabin trunks, we can at least settle for some classy monogrammed trolley suitcases instead. The dark monogrammed ones are classy and timeless, while the versions with patches add a quirky touch to an otherwise serious-looking series of luggage bags. Whatever you pick, you’ll be sure to stand out from the the masses at the airport.

Check out more Louis Vuitton luggage bags here.

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German brand MCM offers a series of trolley suitcases in its repertoire of leather goods. These bags are particularly durable, as they are crafted in Visetos coated canvas. Even better, they come in a range of fun and bright colours such as baby pink and blue, not just the usual brown and black.

Check out more MCM luggage bags here.

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The luggage selection available at Mulberry isn’t as trendy and millennial-friendly as, say, Gucci’s, but its designs have a certain classic British style that’s rather charming. Crafted in hardy scotch grain and available in a muted colour palette, these are luggage bags that can be used and loved for generations to come.

Check out more Mulberry luggage bags here.

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If you really want to stand out with a distinctively quirky luggage bag, then consider these options from Prada. From banana prints to tropical flowers and leaves, these nylon and leather rolling luggage bags are both outstanding in function and in style. Bonus: Your companions will never miss you in the airport crowd.

Check out more Prada luggage bags here.

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Thom Browne

Decked in Thom Browne brand’s classic stripes and the most impeccable pebble grain leather, these bags are the epitome of effortless cool. Grab one of these for your next jaunt, and you’ll look as sharp as the men rolling up to Pitti Uomo.

Check out more Thom Browne luggage bags here.

PohNee Chin
Editor, Kuala Lumpur
Poh Nee is the editor and writes about travel and drinks. When she's not living out her holiday dreams via Google Earth and sipping on an Old Fashioned down at the local bars, you can find her snug at home bingeing on Netflix and mystery fiction.
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