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What Your Travel Style Says About You

  • Najib Benouar


As you’ll recall, we spent a whole week preparing you for your holiday travel in style.

But now that you’ll actually be embarking upon your travel, it’s time to get real. So we’ve put together this handy guide on what exactly your travel style is projecting to the rest of the world—and, more specifically, where people might assume you’re jetting off to (needless to say, wearing your neck pillow in the terminal isn’t going to be looked upon kindly).

Where you’re going, according to your travel style...»

Stocking Your Carry-On: Five Essentials for Surviving Holiday Travel

  • Caitlin Ganswindt

1115KMT_HolidayBag_HedIt’s a fair bet that you’ll be doing some traveling in the near future (’tis the season). And since time is precious, we’re here to help you navigate the perils of holiday travel—stylishly, of course—in this weeklong series we’re calling: Travel Week.

Presenting: the necessary niceties for looking good while surviving this season’s planes, trains and automobiles, after the jump.»

TUMI Wants to Join You on Vacation

  • Kempt Staff


The ultimate essential for any gentleman traveler: a sophisticated, durable travel bag.

The sort of thing that can take some punishment and gets better with age.

Something like TUMI’s new line of travel bags designed for the global citizen. The heritage travel brand tapped designer-craftsman George Esquivel to head up creative direction for the brand, and everything’s coming up dapper already. From the sleek leather carry-ons to the indestructible Tegra-Lite rollers. (TUMI is the only travel brand using the revolutionary armor material.)

And now they’re launching the TUMI Global Citizens campaign, highlighting world-class and well-traveled characters like Paolo Ferrari, CEO of Pirelli Tire North America, who requires travel gear that wouldn’t look out of place next to his Italian tailoring and hard-bottoms.

Of course, if your own jetsetting habits skew more toward “international gentleman of leisure,” you’ll still want this stuff at your side.

Even private islands have dress codes.