A consummate traveler, Los Angeles-based interior designer Barbara Barry has collaborated with Hartmann on a line of high-end travel goods to launch at at Bloomingdale's March 4.
Barry brings a feminine touch to the line, blending her expertise as a world traveler with her refined aesthetic. The line is geared towards the female traveler or "the woman on the go."
Lightweight and durable, the collection features leather trim, dark nickel hardware, oval zipper pulls, an arabesque-swirl exterior pattern, and an amethyst interior with ruffled edging.
The collection also features a system that helps the packer organize and identify clothes without having to shuffle through her suitcase with features such as see-through windows, side zippers, and a Velcro top.
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