Trunk Show

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For­mer in­te­rior de­signer Louisa Law­less is be­hind Trunked by Louisa Law­less—stylish but prac­ti­cal stor­age so­lu­tions for the Hong Kong home. Take the New Yorker trunk (right), which is able to han­dle plen­ti­ful jew­ellery, clutch bags and other ac­ces­sories. Each trunk is up­hol­stered in qual­ity leather with vel­vet lin­ing, and can be cus­tomised to a size and colour that suits your home (and your col­lec­tion of sun­glasses). “All the things that girls love and trea­sure—I wanted to make sure I had the per­fect spot for them,” says Law­less. “I wanted the trunk to be big enough to house ev­ery­thing but not too big that it would dom­i­nate the room.”

And to make it easy to travel in style, there is also the Parisian trunk—an equally cus­tomis­able hand-held van­ity case. “When I was grow­ing up my mother al­ways had a hard-style van­ity case and it al­ways seemed so glam­orous and so­phis­ti­cated,” says Law­less. “I wanted to de­sign a piece you can travel with or use as a dec­o­ra­tive piece at home.” Time to get rid of that hap­haz­ard pile of pa­per boxes and dust bags lurk­ing in the wardrobe. trunk­ed­

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