The face of Ri­mowa’s lat­est cam­paign on how to travel in style.

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18 imowa paid trib­ute to its roots ear­lier this year with the un­veil­ing of a re­pro­duc­tion of the Junkers F13 air­craft, which pres­i­dent and CEO Di­eter Morszeck helped build. It was Morszeck’s fa­ther who in­tro­duced the com­pany’s sig­na­ture grooved lug­gage in 1950, in­spired by the alu­minum used in air­craft at the time. To­day, t he s l e e k desi gn i s i nstantl y rec­og­niz­able and has be­come a fre­quent flyer’s most stylish (and durable) sta­ple.


7,432 Tip #1 “I al­ways have one blazer with me, which I usu­ally wear on the plane. My dad al­ways wore a suit when he flew.” Tip #2 “I put my socks in my shoes and fill all the lit­tle cor­ners [in my suit­case] in or­der to use the space most pre­ciously and wisely.” Tip #3

“I pack my suits on their hang­ers, and they come out wrin­kle-free.” Tip #4 “My wife, Olivia [Palermo], grew up in New York, so she’s a good packer.

In her week­end bag, every­thing is in pouches. You open the bag and every­thing is folded.”

The year Porsche be­gan of­fer­ing unique shades of Ri­mowa lug­gage to match its ve­hi­cles.

The num­ber of mod­els in Ri­mowa’s

Topas col­lec­tion.

The num­ber of pos­si­ble code com­bi­na­tions on each Tsa-ap­proved three­digit com­bi­na­tion lock.

The num­ber of peo­ple it takes to build

a Ri­mowa suit­case.

The ap­prox­i­mate num­ber of golf balls you can fit in­side this Topas

carry-on case. 22-inch multi-wheel

“Topas” carry-on ($1,060, ri­

The num­ber of grooves on the face of this Topas carry-on.

The size in square me­tres of Ri­mowa’s Cam­bridge, Ont., fac­tory.

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