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5 Luggage Sets for Jetsetting Man

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You can tell a lot about a man by the luggage they own. Distinguished, confident and successful men know that style is not just a suggestion, but a necessity. And a well-traveled one knows that having the best suitcase is essential when exploring the world. With so many luxury luggage brands to choose from, it can be difficult to select the right one for you. If you're on the hunt for a new set, here are five luggage options that are reliable, refined, ever-stylish and a must for the polished, jet-setting gentleman:

5 Luggage Sets for Jetsetting Man

Longchamp Le Foulonné Leather Luggage Set
Longchamp's signature Le Foulonné collection goes through a refresh and design update every season, ensuring it is always in style. Garnering its name from the famous racetrack in France, the brand was created by founder and owner Jean Cassegrain who sought to create stylish French luxury goods that boast functionality and practicality. Longchamp is all about clean lines, impressive design and slew of various sizes to fit their client's needs. The Foulonné collection offers everything from differing dopp kits to wheeled options and spacious garment bags. A four-piece set will range over $3,000 and comes in nine color choices.

Price: $3,700

Swaine Adeney Brigg's Chesterford Trolley Luggage Set
One of the oldest luxury goods brands in the world, Swaine Adeney Brigg has been a favorite among aristocrats and English royalty (most notably Price Charles and the Queen of England) for over 250 years. All pieces are handcrafted, cut and stitched by a single craftsman and feature brass locks, cotton lining and bridle hide leather. Made with flexible board panels, they are reinforced with a custom-made steel frame in order to ensure its longevity and durability. Finished in Cambridge at the company's workshop, the suitcases can also be custom made and embossed with your initials. The Windsor set consists of four suitcases: 22, 24, 26 and 28 inches.
Price: $6,500

Globe-Trotter's James Bond Spectre Series Set
For over 100 years, Globe-Trotter has been handcrafting bags for the modern man who appreciates vintage design. Established in 1897 and founded by David Nelken, the company spent 35 years in Germany before moving its headquarters to the UK. Last year, the brand celebrated the 50th anniversary of the first James Bond movie with the 007 collection. This year, with the release of Spectre, Globe-Trotter again crafted a set of bespoke luggage for its Bond-loving clientele. Made in navy vulcan fiber, black cow leather and gold hardware, the collection is sleek and filled with everything from tags to wallets, totes and even iPhone sleeves. A three-piece set without the extra travel accessories is around $7,000, but c'mon, you know you want those Spectre business card holders and billfolds.
Price: $6,800

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Valextra Avietta Luggage Set
Valextra has been a household name among elite jetsetters for years. The famed Italian designer Giovanni Fontana created the brand in 1937 and has continued to catch the attention of sophisticated and cosmopolitan clientele with its timeless style and comfort. Valextra's most notable design is the Avietta line which is made with soft leather, durable black or brown Kevlar fabric, lacquered edges, distinctive V-cut compartments and Pirelli wheels. The luggage has a more hip and modern feel to it than its competitors as well, boasting lime green accents and trim on its unique silhouette. A three-piece set including a 26-inch suitcase, 19-inch suitcase and 13-inch travel bag will definitely be felt on your wallet. But craftsmanship like this is worth the hefty price tag.
Price: $15,400

Louis Vuitton Luggage Set
No luggage set list is complete without a Louis Vuitton mention. The world-renowned (and easily-recognizable) brand tops most well-to-do traveler's lists for luggage. Available in many shapes, sizes and styles, the signature LV-monogramed collection is not just attractive, but also functional. First released in Paris in 1854, the designer label has done little to change up its look, but that hasn't deterred travelers from purchasing its bags year after year. With impeccable quality and authentic Italian leather, the Louis Vuitton luggage set comes with a jewelry case, cruiser bag, armoire, four matching suitcases, multiple steamer trunks, a wardrobe and a designer hat bag. The full set comes in at around $60k.
Price: $60,134