Design-forward travel accessories that jet-setters will love

Not everyone has time to shop around and look for the newest items on the market that could appeal to the loved ones and colleagues on their gift-giving lists. (Or for themselves, because let’s be honest, we look at holiday gift guides and deals for ourselves just as much as for others.)

Here are some suggestions for the wish list of the jet-setter in your life.

Canada Goose Ellison Down Jacket

Traveling with a jacket—especially a heavier one that can handle inclement weather—is cumbersome and frustrating. It’s almost always impossible to pack, especially in a carry-on. Canada Goose’s Ellison Jacket solves all those problems and more as this down jacket (with a detachable hood) is insanely easy to pack into a small zip pouch. It’s light to carry and light to wear but offers substantial protection against the elements, keeping the wearer warm for temperatures as low as -5°C/23°F. SRP: $695

Cuyana System Tote

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Cuyana’s Classic Tote has a cult following, and the brand recently revamped the style with a new three-in-one system: a convertible tote (can fit a 13-inch or 15-inch laptop), a detachable laptop sleeve, and a convertible flap pouch that can be used as its own purse on the go. SRP: $275

Crocs Tulum Toe-Post Sandal

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Crocs footwear has an unfair reputation for not being the most stylish or even aesthetically pleasing. Regardless, anyone who spends workdays on their feet knows how comfortable Crocs can be and what a difference they make. The company’s product line has become more chic in recent years with a number of new styles, ideal for travelers who love to walk, including these adjustable Tulum toe-post sandals. SRP: $40

Ebby Rane Quartermaster Cloud Suitcase

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Ebby Rane touts itself as the only carry-on brand with products designed for women by women, specifically for the way women travel. The brand’s signature piece is the Quartermaster, a 12-in-one-piece carry-on made of virgin polycarbonate and trimmed in Italian leather. It has ruffled carryalls for every need, including bags for shoes, lingerie, dirty laundry, bath, and beachwear. SRP: $1,000

Smythson Panama Folded Phone Case With Strap

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After 130 years in business and counting, British luxury goods maker Smythson has long been a favorite with travelers. For the modern traveler, a proper phone case holder is clutch. The Panama folded phone case with strap is a simple but elegant option, fitted for smartphones as large as the iPhone 12 Pro Max and Samsung Galaxy S21. SRP: $345

Truffle Clarity Case

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Everyone who flies needs a clear plastic pouch for their toiletries when going through the TSA checkpoint. But these accessories don’t need to be mundane. Founded in 2012, Truffle makes this chic Clarity Case that is TSA-approved and outfitted with Saffiano leather trim and a gold-plated double-pull zip closure. SRP: $88

Mlouye Naomi AirPods Case

Handmade from 100% Italian leather, Mlouye’s AirPods case looks more like a work of art than something to carry headphones. Attached to a belt loop or a bag, the Naomi AirPods Case includes a detachable strap for wearing around the neck, waist, or crossbody. It fits both AirPods and AirPods Pro, and has a puller inside for easy removal. SRP: $119

Anorak Emerald Green Travel Wallet With RFID Protection

If you tend to misplace your boarding pass, or your credit card, or (forbid) your passport, maybe a travel wallet with markers for each required item could help keep you better organized. Made with 100% Saffiano leather with fabric lining and RFID protection, this all-in-one travel wallet includes slots (all labeled in gold foil) for your passport, boarding pass, luggage ticket, credit cards, paper currency, sim cards, and even a pen. SRP: $89

Diptyque Discovery Set

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This limited-edition fragrance boxed set includes five five-milliliter bottled scents—each the perfect size for carry-on luggage. The Discovery set includes some of Diptyque’s bestselling fragrances: Fleur de Peau, Do Son, Eau Capitale, Orpheon, and Tam Dao. SRP: $115

CalPak Car Organizer

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If you’re headed out on a road trip, maximize your truck (or even back seat) space with CalPak’s collapsible car organizer. Comprising three compartments, the water-resistant interior and exterior can protect from messes inside and out, and there’s a carrying handle for easy transporting to and from the car. SRP: $78

Apple iPhone 13 Pro

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Apple has long been at the forefront of smartphone design, inside and out. But over the last few years, Google’s Pixel series—at least the first few models—are lauded by photographers as the best smartphone camera on the market. Apple has since responded to the challenge, as the Pixel’s camera advancement has arguably plateaued for the time being. The iPhone 13 Pro’s camera is Apple’s most advanced dual‑camera system ever—and a must-bring item for any avid photographers (amateur or professional) when traveling. With a new ultrawide camera, Apple has upgraded both its Portrait and Night modes with noticeable results, and photographers can play around with Cinematic mode for video storytelling. Perhaps most crucially (and certainly long overdue), iPhone’s Smart HDR 4 now recognizes up to four different people in a scene, better recognizing and optimizing for varying skin tones among each subject. SRP: $999

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