WANT Les Essentiels de la Vie

Always in motion, as conveyed through their iconic running man logo, WANT Les Essentiels de la Vie is pleased to unveil their first piece of rolling carry-on luggage—the brand’s latest solution in the refinement of travel created exclusively for the 4th edition of Le Cabinet de Curiosités of Thomas Erber hosted by Maison Kitsuné. 

Reflecting on WANT Les Essentiels de la Vie’s core values of sustainability, travel, function and subtle luxury, co-founders Byron and Dexter Peart were inspired to re-envision their very first style, the Trudeau briefcase. The resulting rolling carry-on luggage, the De Gaulle S4 Trolley, is an ode to that original silhouette and perfectly completes the stylish traveler’s arsenal of timeless travel accessories. Its streamlined design, interior functionalities and smooth, rolling wheels transform your travels into an effortless and stylish procession.

Inspired by the recently-opened S4 Satellite in Paris’ Charles De Gaulle Airport, the De Gaulle S4 Trolley was designed as the ultimate carrying solution for CDG > JFK traveler—certainly a fitting name for Thomas Erber’s Le Cabinet de Curiosités, which has made its maiden voyage from Paris to New York this December.

Known to consider each detail of the modern traveler’s voyage, purposeful and thoughtful design details such as an interior card pocket, mesh pocket, and padded laptop pocket, with an exterior clip for hanging extra bags, provide convenient storage for all of life’s essentials. A mix of soft Italian and French grade A calf leathers return a sense of luxury to travel and pair perfectly with the classic Trudeau. 

 This holiday season, WANT Les Essentiels de la Vie invites you to discover the ultimate in travel sophistication with the De Gaulle S4 Trolley. The De Gaulle S4 Trolley will be available for purchase at Maison Kitsuné at the NoMad Hotel and online.

WANT Les Essentiels de la Vie WANT Les Essentiels de la Vie Reviewed by Tony G on December 04, 2013 Rating: 5

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