For over 120 years, Globe-Trotter has been synonymous with luxury craftsmanship. Its suitcases and travel accessories are handcrafted by artisans using original manufacturing methods and machinery that date back centuries.
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Established in 1897 by David Nelken in Saxony Germany, Globe-Trotter moved to the UK in 1932, where it has remained ever since. Today, Globe-Trotter's suitcases and travel accessories are renowned for their uniquely strong yet lightweight functionality and classic aesthetic. Everyone from Queen Elizabeth II to Sir Edmund Hillary have relied on Globe-Trotter as their luggage brand of choice.
Globe-Trotter continues to stay relevant today with its limited edition collections and collaborations, including a carbon ﬁbre case made in partnership with Hypetex in 2017 and most recently, the No Time to Die collection, which celebrates the latest James Bond film.
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