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Think global: three imported accessories for comfortable and stylish travel.

August 16th, 2010 · No Comments

Traveling can be super hectic. So it’s important to accessorize wisely. Comfort and ease come in handy when running through an airport terminal to catch a flight, but it’s also nice to look good while speeding by other travelers at 7 m.p.h. Thankfully, there are more options than Jansport backpacks and white Nikes. These three imports hit all the marks . . .

Stash your stuff.

Fjällräven’s Kånken bag frees up your hands and allows you to easily access your stuff. The Swedish brand just opened its first US flagship in NYC and is poised for a promising breakthrough in the US market.

Support your feets.

Superga’s 2750 Classics are basically the Italian Converse. The Italian’s say that the sneaker’s unique cut complements the foot, making it unlike all other traditional sneaker styles.

Shade your eyes.

Although she’s Australian, Karen Walker‘s Number Six sunglasses exude je ne sais quoi. Specifically, they say “No, I’m not famous. But I should be.” Plus, the dark lenses are conducive to napping — on a plane, a bus, or if need be,  a floor.

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Posted by: kimberly phillips · Tags: design · fashion · modern objects · travel · trends · Uncategorized