Enter Paravel, a new direct-to-consumer travel line launching today.
The former U.S. president of Delpozo observed a gap in the luxury luggage market, so she and her business partner, Andy Krantz, took it upon themselves to create their own line of chic travel goods.
Made from rich Italian leather and canvas, Paravel features water-resistant, durable yet sleek designs that work for the most epic of adventures.
As Rockefeller explains, “I would describe my style as mood dependent. Given that all our Paravel bags come in four colors, I always have travel accessories to match the mood.” The even cooler part? The line-which offers everything from brightly hued duffel bags to collapsible cases for those last-minute souvenirs-also includes portfolio for your gadgets, makeup pouches, and matching passports that make packing, whether it’s for business or pleasure, actually fun.
Compared to luxury luggage, this line falls in the affordable price range of $45 to $345, ensuring that you can commute in style without breaking the bank.
“Some of the most magical places I’ve been include Bali, Vilnius, Cape Town, and Sydney. On the top of my bucket list are the Maldives and Jaipur.” Not bad, right? “These days, my travel schedule is comprised of quick weekend getaways, frequent work trips, and one far-flung family escape a year. Over the last year, my most frequent destination has been Italy because at Paravel, we manufacture products and source materials out of the Tuscany region,” she continues.
“I always keep Dermalogica pure light moisturizer with SPF 50 and Tracie Martyn’s enzyme exfoliator in my Paravel travel box. I hoard water and pack my Paravel pochettes with Tracie Martyn’s complexion savior, and a Slip eye mask,” says Rockefeller.