Complied by Colin Dennis
Gearing up for the brave new world of travel.
Made in France by master artisans, the MOYNAT Limousine boasts a patented wooden frame embellished with dozens of tightly-spaced brass tacks on the leather-wrapped edges. The engraved T-lock is a design element from 1911. Limousine 30 trunk in Toile1920 canvas carbone and bronze (price upon request)
Shinola travel watch case crafted from Navigator leather with a black tech suede-lined interior ($250; shinola.com).
Weighing just 11 pounds, the Anthropologist Orange Stowaway from Steamline Luggage features a telescopic handle, silent-glide wheels, TSA-approved locks, and a hanging travel kit ($895)
Kona Cave faux fur travel bed folds and is easily carried like a tote bag ($250)
The VinGardeValise® Piccolo doubles as an anytime, anywhere airline carry-on piece of luggage or as a checked wine travel case to travel safely with up to 5-bottles of wine - with room for your clothes and belongings on the other side ($249)
The 007 carbon fiber carry-on trolley from Globe-Trotter is limited to 700 cases worldwide. The four-wheeled case is a first for the brand ($3,842; globe-trotter.com).
The Torq collection from Briggs & Riley is engineered to withstand the rigors of world travel. The International carry-on spinner features an external USB port and a hinged front pocket that makes it easy to stow and access electronics and other important items ($499)