This Delicious New Line of Rainbow Suitcases Is Inspired by a Bakery with a Cult Following
Yes, the bakery that created the famous sprinkle explosion cake!
Somewhere over the rainbow, carry-on dreams come true!
The celeb-favorite luggage company Away, and the New York-based bakery Flour Shop, known for their sprinkle explosion cakes, both have fanatical followings on Instagram. Now the brands have teamed up in real life to debut a line of limited-edition suitcases available in a range of bright, bold colors, on sale online and in Away stores September 10th.
The Away x Flour Shop collection is available in eight new polycarbonate hues, each available in four different sizes. The smallest size is The Carry-On (our award winner!) for $225, followed by The Bigger Carry-On for $245, The Medium for $275 and The Large for $295.
Each product in the new collection also comes with a limited-edition luggage tag, branded with a Flour Shop design.
Away, which won the title of Best Carry-On in this year’s PEOPLE Travel Awards, is beloved for its smart suitcases that feature a TSA-approved ejectable battery for charging all your devices, a durable hard case, snap-in laundry bags and wheels that pivot 360 degrees.
The rainbow-themed goodies over at Amirah Kassem’s Flour Shop are also a favorite of PEOPLE’s Food editors — just look at this review of their new Williams-Sonoma x Flour Shop cake kit.
Put the two brands together, and foodies and jetsetters alike will be smitten with this new line.
Also in the collection is a set of packing cubes, each with a colorful zipper. The Insider Packing Cubes come in sets of four, available in Warm (red, pink, yellow and orange zippers) and Cool (light blue, dark blue, purple and green zippers).
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Away is no stranger to a trendy collaboration. in the past, the brand has partnered up with Suki Waterhouse’s brand Pop & Suki to create a millennial pink-hued collaboration, teamed up with Karlie Kloss on green and purple sets that helped send girls to technology camp, released a two-tone beauty with Madewell, paired up with West Elm to offer platinum and gold options and donned Minion Yellow for a special-issue roller celebrating the animated franchise.