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Raden A22 Carry Connected Luggage

The luggage industry has been ready for a refresh and there are a few new players that are aiming to deliver. The latest is Raden and their Connected Luggage system. Made from a lightweight polycarbonate shell, the A22 Carry comes in TSA-approved…

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Rapha Opens LA Pop-Up Store in Venice

The West Coast has been waiting patiently and Rapha's delivering with an LA Pop Up in Venice. It's hard to argue with the weather and the views of coastal Highway 1. Los Angeles delivers a perfect formula for cyclists, novice and experienced.…

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Top Tips for Traveling Alone

Brazilian novelist Paulo Coelho once said: “One day, you will wake up and there won’t be any more time to do the things you’ve always wanted. Do it now.”

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The New HAERFEST Travel Essentials Collection

Bag company HAERFEST has apparently turned its attention to the holidays with its new travel essentials collection. It's a lineup of fine leather wallets, holders, luggage tags, and other accessories, all in typical HAERFEST minimalism. All items in the HAERFEST travel essentials…

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Visiting Japan’s Roberu Atelier

Visiting Japan anytime soon? Then you might want to include Roberu Atelier in your itinerary. Founded by Shnji Iwamoto and his team of expert leather crafters, Roberu Atelier is a mere 30-minute train ride from the wonderful madness that is Tokyo, nestled…

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Louis Vuitton Brings its Popular Travel Guides to iOS

Louis Vuitton is now taking its popular range of travel guides into the ease and convenience of a mobile app. The Louis Vuitton City Guide App will feature all 25 cities in the 2016 collection, including four new entries: Chicago, Prague, Bangkok,…

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Monocle’s Kioskafé | A Newsstand / Coffee Hybrid Opens in London

International culture magazine Monocle has opened the Kioskafé in Paddington, London. It's a newsstand-slash-coffee stand that celebrates the printed word, in response to what they call "the mistaken narrative that people aren't buying print products." Kioskafé's shelves are lined with well-loved titles,…

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