Mastering the art of travel is a long process. Walking the fine line between over-packing and under-packing is a series of trial and many an error. What helps is having a sleek, practical and perfectly sized bag that makes these decisions for you. These men’s bags are small enough to fit into the overhead locker but large enough to be the temporary home of your finest clothes – no matter the season.
Horizn Studios is a Berlin-based luggage company catering to a new generation of millennial travellers with utility and simplicity at the forefront of their designs. The SoFo Weekender is made from waxed canvas and features a smart exterior pocket which doubles as a strap for securing it to larger luggage handles.
With this holdall, J. Crew have utilised nylon to ensure buyers don’t have to worry about the many hard knocks and falls bags are want to experience during travel. The classic navy with the tri-colour strap is a traditionally strong colour scheme, adapting to every situation.
Price: $380 AUD.
Not usually one for backpacks, this Saint Laurent bags is a commendable exception. With a few extra handy compartments, the backpack is perfect for the daily commute. Throw in some gym clothes and laptop for a hands-free yet fashionable walk about town.
Price: $1,005 AUD.
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Smythson uses only the best leather that is made to last. This Panama suitcase makes for the ideal business partner for a very, very long time. Italian-made, the suitcase will snuggly fit your laptop and notes with just enough space for a spare shirt and underwear.
Price: $1,560 AUD.
Brunello Cucinelli is widely renowned for their spacious holdalls. This rugged example takes the weekender a step further boasting a series of compartments that help you stay organised on lengthier business trips. A detachable shoulder strap is also useful depending on the way you like to rock your holdall.
Price: $5,615 AUD.