Hot Travel Accessories
Forget conventional jewelry rolls―opt for a sleeker travel jewel box. Wolf Designs’ Torino tangerine leather case ($45) is small enough for carry-on, but big enough to hold rings, earrings, necklaces, and bracelets in separate compartments. To protect your treasures, the signature LusterLoc interior absorbs gases that cause tarnishing. Visit wolfdesigns.com.
Passport carriers worn under garments never topped the style charts. But this wanderer passport wallet ($37) does. A silk lining complements the embossed leather cover in Peridot for a refined look. With slots for your passport, credit cards, and money, the wallet conveniently stores all the essentials. Visit violet.com.
Jot This Down
Need to remember the name of the corner café’s serving the best gelato, or the phone number for the dive shop? Keep Clava’s junior zip padfolio ($60) on hand to scribble the inevitable notes that accompany trips. An interior gusseted pocket provides space to cram maps, receipts, or stamps, while the wraparound zipper ensures you don’t lose any contents. Visit clava.com.
Toss power cords, electronic gadgets or just about anything else into these blue designated cases ($38) for optimal organization. The neoprene zip-top pouches emblazoned with numbers make finding loose items in your suitcase simple. Visit violet.com.
For a weekend trip to the shore, throw your beach duds in Toss Designs’ marina knot rolling duffel ($128). White patent trim accents a geometric pattern printed on woven nylon. Turquoise grosgrain lines the interior. If the sand makes rolling a challenge, use the shoulder strap. Visit tossdesigns.com.
Every fast-paced traveler needs a solution for keeping tea hot and soft drinks cold. This stainless steel–lined, monogrammed tumbler ($19) features a scripted initial for personalization. Visit roomservicehome.com.
This Italian leather laptop computer sleeve ($199) begs to be displayed, not crammed inside a carry-on. The chocolate-color suede interior prevents scratches and nicks during transit. And forget about straining to close the case, thanks to a 1-inch leather zipper pull. Visit kenakai.com.
The tropical colors of Baekgaard’s leather iPod cases ($17) prep your third-generation iPod nano for a Caribbean escape. Innovative features include an easel back for video viewing and a removable wrist strap. Visit www.baekgaardltd.com.