Exit Strategy: Haute Accessories for the Traveling Man

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Since we appreciate that traveling light means leaving some of your most valued possessions at home, we recommend sleeping soundly knowing they’re locked away in the confines of a über-luxe Traum safe.

The haute man is oft aboard an aircraft, closing deals overseas or vacationing in some remote locale unbeknownst to most. To that end, we’ve broken down the list of seemingly can’t-live-with-outs to provide only the most necessary accoutrements to make things easier for the constant traveler. There’s not much you’ll long for so long as you’ve got your handy dandy Apple iPad, a supple Salvatore Ferragamo carryall, some Louis Vuitton city guides for those first time visits, the utmost in premium skincare products (flying is so dehydrating) by Baxter of California, and of course the new Zenith El Primero Tourbillon to keep time elegantly in any time zone. And since we appreciate that traveling light means leaving some of your most valued possessions at home, we recommend sleeping soundly knowing they’re locked away in the confines of a über-luxe Traum safe.

Louis Vuitton
City guide european cities 2011, $135, monogram canvas desk agenda cover, $450; available at Saks Fifth Avenue

Apple
ipad, starting at $499; available at Apple stores

Salvatore Ferragamo
Brown calf leather bag with gold hardware detail, $2,000; available at Salvatore Ferregamo boutiques

Traum Safe
The heirloom safe $150,000; available at the Traum Safe showroom, New York.

Baxter
Travel kit, $50; available at baxterofcalifornia.com

Zenith
El primero tourbillon in rose gold, $66,800; Tourneau Time Machine, New York or Mayors, Miami

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