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We might not be able to travel as far as we would have liked to this year, but that's not stopping us from planning a staycation on home turf. What better way to start than by winning a stylish, British-made collection of Globe-Trotter suitcases?
We've teamed up with luxury heritage brand Globe-Trotter to offer one lucky reader the chance to get their hands on a collection of three classic suitcases - ideal for every type of trip, whether you're hot-footing it to the Home Counties with just enough clothes for a weekend or hitting the road and bringing your personal library along for the ride.
A far cry from the boxy, black carry-ons you often spot trundling through hotel lobbies, these cases are designed with a trunk-style silhouette, natural-leather trims and golden hardware evocative of travel's golden age. The winner will get their hands on a Vanity Case, a 20-inch trolley case and 30-inch trolley case in a colourway of their choice, subject to availability.
We've been eyeing up the Safari Collection - a natural-toned, elegantly strapped and securely clasped ode to the most refined form of wildlife adventure travel. Which collection will you choose? St. Moritz? Chelsea Gardens? Once you've picked your cases, all that's left to do is plan your escape - we're throwing in a SUITCASE subscription too, should you need a little travel inspiration.
Synonymous with luxury British style, Globe-Trotter takes an eminently practical and timeless approach to design. These suitcases not only cut a fine figure when splayed on a luggage carousel, they're eco-friendly too. The brand's signature vulcanised fibreboard is created from recycled paper, cotton and wood pulp sourced from sustainable forests - a winning combination that has been proven to withstand the most brutal baggage handlers of the past century.
Every piece is crafted in Hertfordshire by skilled artisans using traditional machinery, some of which dates back to the Victorian era. This reputation for unrivalled quality and craftsmanship has led the brand to collaborate with some of the most respected names in art, fashion and entertainment: Hermes, Vivienne Westwood and Missoni, to name just a few. It's a small wonder that Globe-Trotter suitcases are the luggage of choice for discerning travellers - Winston Churchill and Kate Moss have been known to bring a case on their jollies.
Our favourite piece of Globe-Trotter trivia? It also happened to be the luggage that accompanied Captain Robert Falcon Scott on his expedition to the South Pole in 1912. Although we might not be headed for such far-flung corners of the globe just this minute, it's good to know there's a suitcase that can stand the test should the opportunity arise.
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Globe-Trotter is a luxury travel lifestyle brand producing handcrafted luggage and leather collections. Established in 1897 by David Nelken in Saxony Germany, the company moved to the UK in 1932 where it has remained ever since. Today, all Globe-Trotter suitcases and travel accessories are handcrafted in Hertfordshire, England by highly skilled artisans using original manufacturing methods and machinery that date back to the Victorian era. For 120 years the brand philosophy has remained unchanged: an uncompromising integrity of craftsmanship.