Celebrities and their top choices for luggage

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Celebrities like Kris Aquino consider style, function, and durability when choosing the brand for their luggage.


Stars often travel for work and play.

Whether it's a day or two trip to a province for a show, or a long vacation to rest and relax, they need luggage that can keep up with their needs.

Curious to see what meets their standards? Here's a list of celebrities with their favorite luggage.

KC Concepcion

It’s a Louis Vuitton monogram rolling luggage and a classic, black and white sturdy trunk for the actress-host whenever she is traveling, in business class no less.


Gretchen Barretto

The actress, known for her opulent taste, only chooses the French luxury brand Goyard for her traveling trunk, where she puts her numerous traveling kits.


For her carry-on, it’s either a Louis Vuitton Pegasse 55 in damier ebene print...

...or a Rimowa Salsa Cabin Multiwheel.

Kris Aquino

The host/endorser/entrepreneur loves traveling with a set of luggage, and she has both Prada and Louis Vuitton sets to choose from.

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Kris has often traveled with her sons Josh and Bimby (and their trusted Yaya Bincai), and they join in on having matching travel bags. It's a good thing Prada and LV have unisex designs.

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For the IT girls Anne Curtis, Isabelle Daza, and Georgina Wilson, American brand Tumi is the perfect luggage choice.

It's Showtime host Anne has the silver Tumi Tegra-Lite Packing Case in both checked and carry-on luggage.

She used this during her trips to Los Angeles last year when she was busy with her wedding preps (she had her wedding dress made at Monique Lhuillier's L.A. studio)...

...and for her bachelorette party, organized by her sister and maid of honor Jasmine.

Model/mom/entrepreneur Georgina has the same Tumi Tegra-Lite Extended Trip Packing Case checked and carry-on luggage, but in black.

The main material for the Tegra-Lite is Tegris, a composite material used in Nascar race cars, lifesaving armor, and protective gear for NFL players. 

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Soon-to-be mom Isabelle meanwhile opts for the 19 Degree Polycarbonate Packing Case for her checked and carry-on suitcases.

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She also has the sleek 19 Degree Aluminum International carry-on.  

Perhaps Tumi's main competitor when it comes to target market, Rimowa is another top choice for celebrities when it comes to luggage. 

Heart Evangelista

The Kapuso actress and her husband Senator Francis “Chiz” Escudero prefer the Rimowa sport Multiwheels for their check-in baggage.

Rimowa's Multiwheel system allows for easy maneouvering of the suitcase in whichever direction and over different types of flooring.

Heart also has a chic red Salsa Deluxe Hybrid Cabin Multiwheel for her carry-on.

Jericho Rosales & Kim Jones

The Kapamilya actor and his blogger wife choose the Rimowa Topas Multiwheel Electronic Tag, which allows users to check in their luggage via an app.

Kris Bernal

The actress-entrepreneur goes for big and sturdy pieces of luggage.

For her check-in baggage, she has a Rimowa Classic Flight Multiwheel in Aluminum and a Salsa Deluxe Hybrid Multiwheel in black Polycarbonate.

The brand's materials, aluminum and polycarbonate, are among the most lightweight, which is an important factor in choosing your luggage.


Scarlet Snow Belo

Whenever the young jet setter travels with her parents Doc Vicki and Doc Hayden, they have several pieces of Rimowa polycarbonate rolling luggage with them to store their travel essentials.

Erich Gonzales

The sexy Kapamilya actress totes the durable Rimowa Salsa Ultralight Cabin Multiwheel for her carry-on whether she's going on a work trip or to her home city in Davao.

Earlier this morning ?? #PidiganAbraTownFiesta

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At the airport. See you later, Davao??

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