A partnership committed to building landscapes that support human-wildlife coexistence.
Globe-Trotter is thrilled to announce a collaboration with Elephant Family – an international NGO on a mission to protect Asia's wildlife and natural landscapes – and will launch a special luggage range to celebrate the partnership.
Globe-Trotter celebrates this much-loved species while commemorating their heritage
Working with Elephant Family, Globe-Trotter has designed a range which celebrates this much-loved species while commemorating their heritage and giving a nod to old ‘Elephant John’, whose modern cousins now face increasing threats from human-wildlife conflict.
With the sale of each case, Globe-Trotter will donate a sum back to support Elephant Family and the wonderful conservation work they do in bringing about peaceful coexistence between humans and the wildlife they share space with.
A Cup of Rosie Lee
The collection includes luggage in four different sizes in a ‘Cloud Grey’ coloured vulcanised fibreboard body with tonal leather trim and polished chrome hardware.
Embellishing the interior of each lid is Rebecca Campbell’s A Cup of Rosie Lee –a beautiful illustration of a herd of elephants walking across a landscape.
Each style comes with a bright green Elephant Family-branded recycled leather luggage tag.
Together with the Elephant Family, Globe-Trotter has launched a new suitcase collection which celebrates this much-loved species while giving a nod to old Elephant John, whose modern cousins now face increasing threats from human-wildlife conflict.
Elephant Family is an international NGO on a mission to protect Asia's wildlife and natural landscapes.
Elephant Family funds leading environmental and grassroots conservation projects across Asia which reconnect fragmented forest habitats, expand protected areas and support the livelihoods of rural communities so that they can live in peaceful coexistence with wildlife they share space with.
Since 2002 Elephant Family hasfunded over 180 conservation projects and raised over £15m through public artevents for Asia's wildlife, their habitats and the people living alongside them.