If you travel a lot, having practical and stylish luggage can make life a lot easier. We're talking lightweight materials, sleek silhouettes, and rolling systems that make the airport a lot easier to maneuver. It's also well advised to opt for a suitcase durable enough to withstand even the toughest of baggage handlers. And designer suitcases usually fit that bill since they're both high-quality and fashionable enough to suit your favorite travel outfits.
Before you invest in luxury luggage—especially a piece or set that might be pricier than the actual plane ticket—you probably want to see all the options on the market. So take a look through our edit of all the luxury luggage that boast a class aesthetic (regardless of your actual seat location). Happy shopping, packing, and trails ahead.
Louis Vuitton is as iconic as it gets when it comes to luxury luggage. We found this secondhand on The Real Real, so while it's still definitely on the pricier side, it's a lot better on the wallet than the estimated retail price of $5550.
If you already had a suitcase you like but want to make it more style-savvy, consider this Stella McCartney trolley case. The faux croc leather and zipper are sure to make any travel outfit more sartorially on-point. But don't expect the ivory hue to stay pristine forever.
If you prefer the look of a duffle bag but need the convenience of a rolling option, this T. Anthony suitcase will meet both of those needs. Since it's constructed of canvas, it's also a lot more flexible in case you do a little extra shopping during your travels.
Super stylish and well-crafted, Globe-Trotter's multicolored designs are your best bet for making a unique statement. So when you want to feel like you're stepping onto a time-traveling airplane, opt for this retro-inspired trunk. With two wheels, it's slim and easy to roll around, and the protective metal feet ensure durability and balance should you want to prop it up on its side.
Super lightweight and modern in design, this European luggage line is ideal for just about any kind of traveler. Though the options are definitely sleek and unique, they're also understated and not at all flashy. This one is constructed of polycarbonate with trims for extra resilience. The wheels also spin 360 degrees for easy maneuvering.
Founded in 1975, Tumi is one of the best luggage makers for upscale, lightweight, and super-durable pieces. This one is about as scratchproof as it gets too. Opt for this fun silver option so you know it'll go with all your travel outfits while still sprucing things up a bit.
For top-of-the-line, expertly crafted leather luggage, look no further than Berluti. This option is as elegant as they come, and yet there's still a contemporary sense of style to it. With classic interior compartments for more organized packing and four spinning wheels, it has all the bells and whistles.
What luxury luggage roundup would be complete without an on-trend Gucci option? As much as we love the classic option, this whimsical floral motif design feels more special, especially if you're bringing it along on a vacation to a tropical, lush destination. It comes complete with a detachable ID tag and key holder and padded front exterior pocket to help you stay organized.
This secondhand Prada suitcase is a classic. With plenty of interior compartments, exterior leather trims for enhanced resilience, and an exterior brand logo, it has everything you could want from a designer suitcase. They usually retail for at least $2000, so this one is a great find.
Dating back to 1937, Rimowa is known for those trademark grooves, slim silhouettes, and aluminum shells. The wheels also allow for super-smooth, easy rolling as you make your way through the airport or around town. We love this metallic hue for a decidedly luxurious statement.
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