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Anna Sui Pulled A Print Out Of The Archives For Her New Tumi Collection

Anna Sui's debut collection of luggage for Tumi featured bold purple prints from her Spring 2012 collection, and for her follow-up, the avant garde designer went back in time, rather than forward. Sui plucked a pretty flower pattern from her Spring 2009 ready to wear (below) to use for the 25-piece luggage and accessory line, which just hit Tumi.com on January 1. The line features travel essentials from large, durable roller bags (Tumi's bestselling Vapor and Voyageur bags) down to tote bags, travel pouches, shoe bags, jewelry cases and a complete tech accessory offering, including iPhone, iPad and Kindle cases. Click through the slideshow above to shop the line - which comes just in time for your President's Day or Spring Break travel.   Anna Sui Spring 2009 For more luggage and travel news, check out our tips for packing a carry-on bag, plus other essential packing tips, and Dior's Cruise Collection - which you'll definitely want for your final destination.

The 10 Cutest Summer Carry-Ons: The Airline Won’t Even Be Able To Lose Them

Now that we're all set with our adorable summer wardrobes for those weekend trips to the Hamptons, all we need is a sweet weekend bag to match. Because there's nothing worse than having the perfect outfit...and ruining it all with an old duffel bag emblazed with your high school mascot (#fail). SHOP OUR FAVORITE CARRY-ONS NOW Love these? Check out more carry-ons, big totes, and toiletry bags!

Anna Sui For Tumi Luggage Is Here! Shop Printed Suitcases, Laptop Bags & More

After Anna Sui showed this amazing purple print in her Spring 2012 collection (above), we totally fell for it. Mix that with chic, durable luggage and it's pretty much the most awesome thing to happen to your travel wardrobe since stretchy pants. And now the full collection of Anna Sui for Tumi luggage is here. So, off you go little jetsetter, start shopping! For more collaborations news, check out our posts on the Sephora x Pantone collection,

Your Ultimate One-Stop Shop For Luggage Is Luggage Online

Summer is officially upon us, which means it's time to travel and enjoy the beautiful weather--beautiful luggage in tow, naturally. Luggage Online always has amazing specials on your favorite luggage brands like Heys, Travelpro, Tumi, and Victorinox. They are the first place to stop for fashionable women's luggage, like this adorably chic Diane von Furstenberg New Hearts Rolling City Bag, which doubles as a rolling duffel and shoulder bag. You can also score some impressive bargains on luggage sets that will set you apart from the sea of black at baggage claim, like this sleek spinner luggage set by Travel Concepts. Luggage Online makes it easy to find the perfect luggage; check out the nifty carry-on finder that whittles down the selection in seconds depending on the size requirements dictated by your airline. With the time you save shopping, you can peruse LuggageOnline.com's cool travel guides on things like bizarre hotels or travel sites you've never heard of. For more travel inspiration--and the best deals on the chicest luggage--hit LuggageOnline.com.

Deal Of The Day: Up To 70% Off Chic Travel Accessories At Luggage Online

Gear up for your spring getaway now for the best deal: you can save up to 75% at LuggageOnline.com today only. They have everything you could need to travel stylishly, from overnight bags to laptop cases. Plus, you can take $5 off your purchase of $100 or more with code LUGG09. Here are a few of the standout sale items. Channel your inner spy with Kena Kai's DataSafe RFID Blocking Wallets (gold croc $189, from $236) that protect your sensitive information from identity theft and tracking. They are all 20% off and look ultra chic in embossed lizard, ostrich, and classic leather. (more…)

Taste Test: Which Duffle Won’t Send Your Savings Packing?

Test your fashion smarts with our archive of Taste Tests.  And in celebration of the busiest travel day of the year, shop our guides to stylish laptop bags and best carry-ons.

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