Suit Cases Inspired by Bond

Business travellers in the market for eye-catching carry-on and check-in luggage need look no further than Globe-Trotter’s new No Time to Die collection.

Conceived by Globe-Trotter designer Charlotte Seddon and inspired by the world’s favourite spy and the upcoming addition to the James Bond franchise, No Time to Die, the new collection (which promises to make an appearance in the new film) includes both a carry-on and a check-in trolley case as well as a leather luggage tag in the same Ocean Green, a hue chosen by No Time to Die costume designer Suttirat Anne Larlarb.

The two four-wheeled cases in black and green upholstered leather are presented in classic and durable vulcanised fibreboard, and maintain Globe-Trotter’s century-old style while not looking out of place at the Casino Monte-Carlo or the Bahamas’ Ocean Club. Each boasts two internal webbing straps, plush, faux-suede lining, and gleaming chromed accents, including a serial-numbered plate,

‘I was thrilled to have the opportunity to work on No Time To Die,’ says Seddon. ‘I really feel that we’ve struck a balance that keeps Globe-Trotter in a league of its own when it comes to luggage design. It’s so important that a Globe-Trotter case remains true to its roots by keeping its iconic identity: it must remain stylish, elegant and simple in design.’

The luggage brand has also released a 007 Limited0Edition Carbon Fibre carry-on case. The carbon fibre and graphite four-wheeled case is limited to just 700 united and is designed in mind for modern-day adventure-seekers jet-setting around the world.

The No Time To Die collection is available now, from US$2,522 for the carry-on case and US$2,913 for the check-in case. The carbon fibre limited-edition case is priced at US$4,197.

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