We take a quick look at some luxury albeit useful accessories for an avid traveler – venturing out frequently either for a business or for personal purpose. (Caution: They won’t come cheap, but that’s what adds to their allure, and then there’s no harm in simply checking them out of curiosity.)
Making packing accessories a cinch, this set of cotton pouches from Lanvin is printed with the brand’s signature quirky illustrations and finished with elegant black grosgrain ribbons. Priced at £85, the set includes pouches for jewellery, shoes and sunglasses.
Comprising travel-sized versions of Omorovicza’s well-established products, the Essentials set provides an introduction to the acclaimed beauty brand’s thermal water-based skincare solutions, including the Illuminating Moisturizer and Rejuvenating Night Cream. Also included are samples of its thermal cleansing balm and a cotton cleansing mitt, as well as the fragrant Queen of Hungary mist for instant hydration, tackling arid in-flight conditions.
Large Weekender bag
Made in Italian calf leather with a cotton twill lining, the Madison Collection Large Weekender bag from classic US-based leather brand Mark Cross is roomy enough to use for weekends away, with zippered compartments to organise all your travel essentials. Fans of the brand have included Grace Kelly and Elizabeth Taylor (who purchased a reported 70 items of Mark Cross luggage for herself and husband Richard Burton). This is certainly one to be considered during a city break or country getaway.
Ralph Vaessen’s exclusive sunglasses
Each pair of Dutch designer Ralph Vaessen’s exclusive sunglasses is individually hand-crafted from natural horn or wood, which may go some way in explaining the four-figure price tag (frames start from around £1,025). The range of luxury eyewear spans styles from classic aviators to chunky square frames, and even flamboyant cats-eye designs.
Fujifilm XF1 camera
With its manual controls, this 12-megapixel compact is ideal for experimental snappers. A large CMOS sensor means it performs well in low light, while a 4x optical zoom and 1,080-pixel video recording make it versatile.
(Information courtesy: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/)
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