The 114-year old company Globe Trotter had been created by an Englishman by name of David Nelken. Since the early part of the 20th century, this enterprise has been creating travel bags and those for everyday use, pertaining to standards which are now world renowned. They have set a benchmark in terms of quality over the years, such as the Domino limited edition vintage collection, and the Wallpaper editions. Their latest step is introducing the Globe Trotter Mastermind collection of suitcases, of which 100 editions have been made for outside of Japan, and were already been sold out within minutes of unveiling when they were first unveiled within Japan.
These limited edition suitcases had been made keeping in mind contemporary styling for men, who like to travel with an aura of sophistication with them. Using ancient skills of Japanese craftsmanship, and high-end fabrics like black vulcanized fiberboard, leather, the finishing and aesthetic appeal is indeed at par with standards of the finest one can find. The insides had been given a special camouflaged design with embedded designs of the company skull and bone monogram, which too was specially created by Mastermind for the Globe Trotter brand. Accompaniments of the suitcase include the gold foil black leather luggage tag, and also a gift box.
This limited edition range of suitcases had multiple size options, which vary with their pricing too. The 20-incher case was priced at $1,418, the 30-incher for $1916, and the 33-incher for $2,030. Since there are limited editions, one might want to hurry in with their orders quick before this lot runs out.
Via: Globe Trotter