Aviteur Carry-On Luggage Is A Return To The Era Of Luxury Travel

Aviteur carry-on luggage

Seems there’s no shortage of high-end luggage out there nowadays, with new high-tech hardshell brands like Rimowa, AWAY, Roam and Floyd entering the market, Italy’s Aviteur carry-on luggage is a refreshing return to the days when travel had a certain caché and style. (more…)

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The Floating Shoal Tent: A Wilderness Waterbed

While it’s hard to top The HotTug when it comes to outdoor water activities, the Shoal Tent comes close. We first saw the floating camping gear while watching CNBC’s The Profit (we heart Marcus Lemonis). Made by Ohio-based fishing gear company SmithFly, the Shoal Tent is a waterproof outdoor tent anchored on an inflatable floating raft, allowing multiple adults to sleep out on the water. (more…)

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The Drake and The Draper: High Design Homes on Wheels

Land Ark Rvs

Land Ark RVs The Drake and The Draper are the embodiment of Sartorial Wanderlust. Well-tailored travel for those desiring freedom without sacrificing style, the sophisticated recreational vehicles from Brian and Joni Buzarde are high end designer homes on wheels. (more…)

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This Autonomous Tent in Big Sur Provides Glamping With A View

Tucked away in Big Sur lies the Treebones Resort, an Eco Resort offering an unparalleled romantic setting with stunning views of the Pacific Ocean. On the grounds they have 16 yurts, multiple campsites, a massage studio, pool, spa, sushi bar and a restaurant. But then there’s the ultimate in glamping… the resort’s one and only Autonomous Tent. (more…)

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A Look At This Year’s ICEHOTEL Art Suites

all the suites in this year's icehotel

The ICEHOTEL is a world famous hotel and an art exhibition made of ice and snow that changes every year. Founded in 1989 in the Swedish village of Jukkasjärvi – 200 km north of the Arctic Circle, it is all about ice and creativity – with artfully created accommodations as the result. Each year artists (who are not required to have worked with ice before) are invited to take part – they’re selected from among those who send in their ideas based on originality and creating it in real natural ice would pose a new challenge. The several weeks’ hard work and months of planning and preparation culminate in something that only exists for a few months. (more…)

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