The face of Rimowa’s latest campaign on how to travel in style.
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
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, rimowa.com)
The number of grooves on the face of this Topas carry-on.
The size in square metres of Rimowa’s Cambridge, Ont., factory.