Singaporeans Will Trip For This Rimowa Limited Edition


Rimowa Singapore luggage

German brand of luxury luggage Rimowa is celebrating Singapore’s Golden Jubilee in a very special way.

The company headquartered in Cologne, Germany is famous for deluxe collections of luggage made of aluminium and polycarbonate. A favorite brand among frequent travelers is known for durability, lightness, and smooth wheels to roll, pull or drag.

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For Singapore’s National Day, Rimowa’s special edition of luggage features the national icon of a Merlion – hand sketched by Singaporean artist Lee Xin Li. The patriotic design is adorned on the Topas Cabin Multiwheel IATA 36L luggage.

Rimowa Topas were originally made for tropical travel, constructed by robust shell aluminum magnesium. Today, they’re still one of the lightest and the most stable luggage in the market.

The item is limited edition, Rimowa has only produced 300 pieces. Starting in August 2015, travelers can find them at Rimowa retail stores throughout Singapore, including: The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, Mandarin Gallery, and Millenia Walk.

A golden jubilee is a celebration held to mark a 50th anniversary. This year, Singapore celerates its golden jubilee for its 50th Year Independence since 1965.

This marks the first Rimowa Singapore edition luggage. It’s so cool, it makes us go roooooar!!

Photo: Facebook/Rimowa

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