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Make your next business trip or exotic vacation relaxing and hassle-free by packing your essentials in a set of Lipault Paris’s distinctive, ultra-lightweight luggage. Designed by former Air France specialist François Lipovetsky, Lipault Paris offers a wide array of hard-side, soft-side and foldable luggage sets made from polycarbonate, feather-light durable nylon twill fabric and other high-tech materials. What’s more, its suitcases, carry-ons, weekend bags and other pieces come in bright colors such as purple and aqua, so you’ll never again have to stare at the baggage claim conveyor belt, wondering which black bags are yours. Complete your fleet with Lipault Paris’ wheeled briefcases, laptop computer backpacks, foldable duffels, and more.

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Sale Ended July 26, 2014

24-Hour Steals: Home

Sale Ended February 01, 2013

Shop by Color: Red & Pink

What better way to round out your everyday wardrobe than with this huge collection of accessories carefully curated by hue to make shopping easy? For this assortment, we've gathered an array of stunning picks in subtle neutrals; rich reds and pinks; cool blues and greens; and polished blacks and grays. Stick with one color, or go wild. This season, there’s no such thing as too much.

Sale Ended April 20, 2014

Bric's Luggage

Founded by Mario Briccola in 1952, Bric's Luggage makes handbags and luggage that represent Italian craftsmanship at its finest. Made by hand from Tuscan leather and state-of-the-art nylon, the company’s hard- and soft-shell trolleys, duffel bags, totes, and more have garnered a loyal following of fashion-conscious men and women. And no wonder: With their cosmopolitan style and practical designs, Bric’s pieces are both beautiful and durable.

Sale Ended September 05, 2013

Mandarina Duck Italian Luggage

Made in Italy, Mandarina Duck’s luggage effortlessly combines style and functionality: These duffels, wheeled trolleys and more will make travel — whether for business, pleasure, or both — a snap.

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