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Luxurious Luggage Picks Just for You

Can you feel it? Summer is upon us, and the travel bug is knocking. So, you probably have already figured out where you are heading this season, and likely your vacation wardrobe is procured and ready. And, unless you are the Marie Kondo of packing, chances are your stash of pretty dresses, sexy tops and strut-worthy heels you are planning on showing off in Mykonos, Ibiza or The Hamptons is ginormous. How will you ever pack this assortment and make it look ever-so-stylish? And which of the available luggage out there best suits your personality, whether you are a pragmatistic, minimalist or plain ol’ logo lover? Regardless of your baggage style, there is a fab carry-on waiting for you, and here, at Aventura Mall, we know just where to get it.



Gucci bag


Referencing the House’s beginnings in the world of luggage and Guccio Gucci’s time at the Savoy Hotel in London, Gucci’s luggage line is as modern as it is storied. This aluminum cabin trolley with a luggage strap in silver aluminum is a great example of how style and function can happily co-exist. Complete with a green and red Web luggage strap to secure the suitcase, the shell is protective and the strap is a lovely touch.

FPM Milano

FPM Milano

FPM’s leather goods and travel accessories, available at Bloomingdale’s, are an expression of the harmony between safety and practicality. High-quality leathers merge with innovative techniques and meticulous workmanship to inspire FPM’s minimalist designs rooted in lightness, practicality and agility. Speaking of efficiency, the Bank Spinner 61 suitcase is perfect for frequent flyers, as it has a built-in TSA lock, as well as two maxi butterfly locks, that will keep your belongings safe and sound. Leather buckles keep your possessions neatly organized inside, and more interior space is available once the padded lining is removed.



Although that logo is pretty ubiquitous, we chose the Burberry Boston tote for its no-nonsense utilitarianism and the opportunity to personalize it by way of engraving your initials. This roomy Burberry check tote with an embossed label holder is a perfect weekend bag and though created technically for men, thanks to its leather handles on the top, detachable adjustable strap, one interior zip pocket, two interior open pockets and two-way zip closure, it does a pretty good job of transporting goods for anyone anywhere.




There is no shame in your game. You like the bling and don’t care who knows it. The good news is MCM’s Ottomar weekender bag in Visetos is a study in tamed logomania. Drawing on MCM’s legacy of luggage craftsmanship, this weekender bag is perfectly sized for long-haul journeys. Lightweight yet durable, the Visetos monogram canvas composition withstands all weather conditions (a trip to Alaska, anyone?). Trimmed in black nappa leather with matte black hardware, the Ottomar has an extended two-way zipper for easy opening, an expansive microfiber suede interior with an abundance of pockets, and a foldable design for swift storage when not in use.

Fendi BAG


The logo is front and center on this cabin suitcase in brown FF fabric. But this little Fendi number is so much more than just a good-looking trolley. The suitcase features four wheels in fabric with FF motif and double slider zip closure. Its large interior compartment is outfitted with a nylon wall and equipped with a zipped mesh pocket. The palladium-finish metal accessories and telescopic handle make it a fabulous looking carry-on, not to mention one that may easily bump you up to Business Class.

Louis Vuitton bag

Louis Vuitton

Let’s be honest. The Louis Vuitton luggage options are endless. And frankly speaking, any of the traveler profiles could easily find a collection that best suits their style. But for the purposes here, we are highlighting the ultra-practical Horizon 55 in neon yellow. This trolley bag is fashioned from monogram canvas paired with Taiga cowhide leather as part of the Taigarama travel line. The blend of textured leather and coated canvas in the same colorway emphasizes Horizon’s pure lines. A surprisingly spacious carry-on, it features four double compact wheels so it’s easy to roll. Added bonus, this Horizon is easy to spot on the conveyer belt at the airport.


Porsche Design

Porsche Design

Praised for its engineering and timeless appeal, it’s no surprise that the luggage department at Porsche Design is a stalwart in the understated “schlepp” category. Ultra-lightweight and inspired by the colors of the Porsche 911, the Roadster Hardcase collection is the perfect fusion of form, function and design. The large Porsche Design Roadster Hardcase 4W Business Trolley catches the eye with a weight of just 5.3 kg and its dynamic monochrome look with Porsche signature details. What it may be missing in the bells and whistles, this collection makes up in reliability, execution and quiet luxury.



The Tegra-Lite Extended Trip expandable 4-wheel luggage in blush is the ideal travel companion for flights on jets big and small, and has you covered for work, play and long weekends away (those, who pack the entire closet for a three-night getaway, we see you). Sleek and resilient, this utilitarian TUMI piece is the perfect combination of form and function, but also adds an element of sustainability, as the Tegra-Lite collection incorporates recycled materials.

Samsonite BAG


The ideal option for those who pack so well there is a zero chance of a single wrinkle in their linen suit, the SPECTROLITE 3.0 TRVL clothes hanger serves a greater purpose of minimal time wasting. This collection offers smart functionality, durability and carefully designed interiors to ensure optimal storage comfort. Its tech-inspired design pairs perfectly with Samsonite’s business bags from the Spectrolite 3.0 collection. And although this piece may not immediately read as posh extravagance, you may feel differently when you go from hotel “check-in” to “dress for dinner” in three minutes flat. Available at Bloomingdale’s.

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