Marie Kondo's New Travel Accessories Are Already Sold Out



Just in time for spring-cleaning, the woman responsible for changing the way the world declutters is back to transform the way we pack. Marie Kondo, the creator of the KonMari method and author of best-selling book The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, just collaborated with leather-goods brand Cuyana—whose motto is "fewer, better things"—to bring the world a set of travel accessories that will keep you organized as ever the next time you take a trip.

The set of three small cases is intended to store small items during travel—while keeping travelers from overpacking. The trio, available in three color combos, fits snug inside Cuyana's jewelry cube ($115). The set includes a square, circular, and long rectangular box. Kondo explains to Condé Nast Traveler that the compact cases were inspired by Japanese bento boxes. "People pack their rice, side dishes, salad, and even dessert in bento boxes with care and love," Kondo describes. "Having a set of smaller cases works as a divider and helps store items [in the jewelry case] intuitively with joy, just like with those bento boxes."