Heritage British knitwear brand Warm & Wonderful and luxury British luggage maker Globe-Trotter have teamed up for an exclusive capsule collection featuring Warm & Wonderful’s signature sheep pattern with Globe-Trotter’s own iconic luggage.
Warm & Wonderful, founded by Joanna Osborne and Sally Muir in 1979, created the “black sheep” jumper famously worn by Princess Diana on several occasions in the ‘80s has been enjoying a renaissance after bringing back the original sheep sweater last year in collaboration with Rowing Blazers.
"...in the eighties we used to take all our samples to New York in beautiful Globe-Trotter trunks."
“We are thrilled to be collaborating with Globe-Trotter, we have a particular affection for them as back in the eighties we used to take all our samples to New York in beautiful Globe-Trotter trunks. So it seems entirely suitable that we should be working together once again with this legendary British brand,” say Osborne and Muir.
The Warm & Wonderful x Globe-Trotter capsule features Globe-Trotter’s signature London Square handbag, as well as a Carry-On suitcase and an Attaché, in Warm & Wonderful’s trademark red, white, and black sheep pattern. Like all Globe-Trotter luggage, the Warm & Wonderful collection is made in the traditional Globe-Trotter fashion – meticulously and by hand. This fastidious, five-day process results in an exquisite, one-of-a-kind suitcase ready for adventure.
“Warm & Wonderful is classic, British and truly iconic – all the characteristics we value here at Globe-Trotter and perfectly reflects our luggage design,” says Globe-Trotter’s Executive Chairman, Vicente Castellano.
The Globe-Trotter x Warm & Wonderful capsule collection launches on Thursday 2nd December 2021 and will be available online and in-store at the Globe-Trotter London Flagship, 60-61 Burlington Arcade, 51 Piccadilly London, W1J 0QJ.
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