RIMOWA / Anthony Seklaoui

The world’s first polycarbonate suitcase is getting a neon treatment just in time for your summer travels (hopefully). With the world slowly but surely reopening, expediting time spent at baggage claim will be a breeze when you’re rocking with RIMOWA’s Essential Neon series.

The collection’s two vibrant colorways — neon pink and lime — feature a transparent finish that all but ensures your luggage is easily spotted among a sea of boring suitcases. The translucent grooves and corners along the shell play with light diffraction while a trio of complementary stickers lets you customize the case to your liking.

Of course, the collection wouldn’t be complete without matching phone cases. First offered in RIMOWA’s trademark aluminum, a new set of cases for the iPhone 12 Pro and Pro Max will accompany the launch so you can stunt even while your luggage is tucked away.

Flex-worthy looks aside, the Essential Neon Cabin is built for several days of travel so it’s the perfect companion for a weekend getaway. It’s designed to fit easily into most luggage compartments on airplanes or trains, but, more importantly, it’ll actually make traveling fun again.

Look for the RIMOWA Essential Neon Cabin collection starting mid-July exclusively at RIMOWA.com.

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