i’m happy to announce that i will travel with finest craftsmanship luggage by hartmann from now on – as i’m their new brand ambassador.

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hartmann – the iconic american luxury brand known for it’s long heritage and exceptional quality – was founded in 1877 by a bavarian trunkmaker, in milwaukee, wisconsin. hartmann has been making exquisitely crafted luggage, travel cases and fine leather goods for over 135 years now.

i traveled with my model of choice – the 7r in silver – to the paris men’s fashion week. this stylish suitcase is made out of a very lightweight material, which is also recyclable and eco-friendly. i especially love the carbon fibre handle, that is made out of one piece and seems unbreakable, and the built-in suit bag. another cool feature is the cover, so you don’t have to wrap up your bag before flights anymore to keep your luggage clean and undamaged. this suitcase won the red dot ‘best of the best’ award and i couldn’t agree more on the selection (and believe me, i already had dozens of suitcases before).

when you go to the fashion week you need something lightweight and big like the 7r because you have to change your outfit for every show at least when you are a blogger – so every ounce counts when it comes to the total weight of your bag ;)

paris was so inspiring… i bought a lot of new outfits after the visit to get a more refined style. i hope you can recognize this on my new posts soon. for the new outfits i will definitely need more trolleys for my next travels around the world – but i’m sure, that i will have the right equipment for that with hartmann.

luggage: hartmann 7r spinner

outfit:
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photographer: lady venom / marion vicenta payr

in friendly collaboration with hartmann