We Want It: Turnbull Asser's All-Black Collaboration With Globe-Trotter

Statement-making luggage from two iconic British brands.

Image courtesy of Turnbull and Asser.

All the travel secrets in the world aren't worth much if you don't have a good piece of luggage. And Turnbull & Asser's recent partnership with famed trunk maker Globe-Trotter has produced not one, but two top-notch suitcases.

The British firms produced a duo of all-black rolling cases that are as stylish as they are practical. Both of the lightweight bags (one is 18 inches tall, the other stands at 21 inches) will fit comfortably in the overhead compartment on most international flights, and the classic, square edges and leather trim that have been Globe-Trotter's design hallmarks since it was founded in 1897 will easily stand out from a sea of black ballistic nylon.

Each case is lined with the blue gingham fabric Turnbull & Asser has used for countless shirts over the years, which makes total sense. The outside of these cases is tough as nails, but the inside is just as soft as everything you want to bring on your trip.

The bags are available today (for $1,605 or $1,835) at Turnbull & Asser's store in New York City. If you're not in the Big Apple, you can find them on the brand's website.


Image courtesy of Turnbull and Asser.

—Details associate online style editor Justin Fenner.

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