For jet-setters, first-class aficionados, business tycoons and travel connoisseurs, Tumi is the way to go if you want luggage and travel accessories which are well designed and carefully thought-out as well as hardy, well made and practical.
For its Fall 2013 collection, The 1960’s makes an appearance in its design and the collection is influenced by that era where the art of travel was at its peak of glamour and excitement. It was during this time that the journey ofgetting there was just as special as the destination. Fast forward to modern time where this practice stretches beyond the jet-setters and frequent fliers: from the boardroom to the weight room and the grocery store or a dinner party today’s individual engages in travel routinely through various modes of transit. For fall, Tumi’s design philosophy focuses on catering to the demands of today’s road warrior, without sacrificing the elegant, old-world charm that travel was once defined by.
The men’s fall 2013 collection pairs utilitarian appeal with classic styling and construction. Mixed materials and rich seasonal hues like Baltic, Orange and Bordeaux contrast a neutral palette of Black, Earl Grey and White, all identified across the business, day bag and travel categories.
Making its debut for the Fall 2013 season, the Astor collection of briefcases and soft carry-ons are top of the business class. Staple accessories for work or leisure, styles such as backpacks, totes and carry-alls, are redefined in the TICON, Alpha Bravo, Beacon Hill and Virtue collections. Celebrating a cosmopolitan lifestyle, the women’s Fall 2013 Collections delivers with substance and style. Polished, textured leathers and sophisticated, subtle detailing adorn totes and day bags in the Villa, Carlisle and new Carli collections. Best-selling styles from business and lifestyle lines are presented in various Tumi signature materials for fall. Muted tones are united with bright ones, including Lava, Ginger, Brindle, Slate, Indigo, Tangerine and Navy.
By Ong Chin Huat