The coming months are an exciting time at Rimowa. They’re collaborating with Chaos, the London-based brand renowned for its coveted accessories, on a to-die-for limited-edition line of suitcases and travel accessories that meld Rimowa’s legacy of German engineering with Chaos’ daring attitude. Featuring a bold graphic in the shape of paint dripping down the suitcase’s exterior, the inventive design means that each piece in the collection is unique. These two innovative teams also joined forces on a must-have luggage harness with a clever formation of pockets and compartments that allow fast access to all your travel essentials — from a water bottle to a laptop. Be sure to also check out their new range of collectible leather luggage tags emblazoned with city names, each one sporting a different style that references the colors and cultures of that destination. Three quirky leather and chenille luggage charms — a fried egg, a green apple and a “chill pill” — add further personality to travels with their tongue-in-cheek humor, as do the variety of eye-catching slogan stickers. If you’re looking for a more traditional ultra-chic vibe, check out the new Mango and Bamboo colorways in the Essential Collection, with Bamboo also available as a Personal Case as well. For total attention hounds, there’s the upcoming Essential Luggage Cases in Fluorescent “Glow in the Dark” Pink & Lime with 3 reflective stickers so you’ll never get lost in the crowd; Rimowa.com.
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