With the ideas of luxury changing, lifestyle and experiences are becoming more and more important, which means it's not just about traveling but about how you travel. Luxe retailers such as MATCHESFASHION, MR PORTER, and SSENSE are not only go-to destinations for their stand out apparel, but also for their accessories, and more specifically, their cabin bags.

Not only will you look good while zipping through airports, but you will have something you can always depend on with these high-quality, cabin-ready bags. Of course, a good suitcase will make sure your grails are safely guarded too.

A good airport look elevates the entire experience. Labels like Floyd, Globe-Trotter, and Crash Luggage prove that cabin bags have never been more fun or looked better.

For more options on how to optimize your travel aesthetic, check out the best cabin bags below.

Horizn Studios x Harry's x Eike König H5 Cabin Suitcase

Harry's x Eike König H5 Cabin Suitcase

Harry's x Eike König H5 Cabin Suitcase

$545

Horizn Studios

Buy at Horizn Studio

What little fun there is to be had in an airport fades instantly if your phone runs out of battery. This Horizn Studios case features a charger so that you're never caught slipping. It also features artwork from Eike König for a bold finish against the black hard shell. Open it up and you'll find a wash bag full of Harry's grooming products, too.

Floyd Suitcase

Check-in Hardshell Suitcase

Check-in Hardshell Suitcase

$715

Floyd

Buy at Matchesfashion

Floyd's polyurethane wheels are inspired by skateboard wheels and make for the smoothest ride through an airport you've ever had.

Globe-Trotter x Casablanca 20″ Cabin Suitcase

Globe Trotter 20" Carry-On Suitcase

Globe Trotter 20" Carry-On Suitcase

$4031

Casablanca

Buy at Matchesfashion

Globetrotter is a legend in the world of cabin bags. Ultra-luxurious builds feature traditional detailing. Fitted with signature bamboo handles, this one's less traditional, more Casablanca.

FPM Milano Bank Trunk

Spinner 53 Cabin Suitcase

Spinner 53 Cabin Suitcase

$1450

FPM Milano

Buy at Matchesfashion

A corrugated aluminum shell is the star of the show. FPM Milano's Bank Trunk is essentially indestructible.

CRASH BAGGAGE Stripe Cabin Suitcase

Stripe Cabin Suitcase

Stripe Cabin Suitcase

$360

CRASH BAGGAGE

Buy at Matchesfashion

Crash Baggage skips out the middleman (airport baggage handlers) with a tongue-in-cheek crushed finish to its cabin bags.

Montblanc #MY4810 Cabin Suitcase

#MY4810 Cabin Suitcase

#MY4810 Cabin Suitcase

$900

Montblanc

Buy at Mr Porter

Cabin suitcases need to be the most organized bags of all because of their limited space. The Montblanc MY4810 is not only wildly durable thanks to ultra-lightweight polycarbonate combining with leather trims but also features separate compartments for all of your bits and bobs.

Master-Piece Trolley Suitcase

Trolley Suitcase

Trolley Suitcase

$635

Master-Piece

Buy at ssense

In much the same style as the Montblanc case, this bag from Master-Piece is highly portable with its small shell which protects your well-organized cargo.

Moncler Genius x Rimowa Reflection Suitcase

Rimowa 'Reflection' Suitcase

Rimowa 'Reflection' Suitcase

$3200

Moncler Genius

Buy at ssense

Another pitch-perfect Rimowa collaboration comes at the hands of Moncler Genius. Fitted with a fully reflective shell, this suitcase emphasizes the sleek build of the Rimowa cabin bag.

Gucci GG Supreme Suitcase

GG Supreme Suitcase

GG Supreme Suitcase

$3100

Gucci

Buy at Browns

Gucci's inimitable GG Supreme logo details the plush leather shell of this suitcase. Opting for leather over any modern hard shell materials gives this piece a more classic finish.

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