For those who are struck by wanderlust…

…on a regular basis and travel as a result, it’s a safe bet your flight will be characterized by two items.  The first is your ability to recall the airline safety demonstration verbatim, and perhaps even in another language.  And the second is the realization most people have adopted slovenly attire when they travel–as if they’ve just rolled out of bed with little to any consideration to the fact they’re sharing a cabin with others.

There’s nothing saying you can’t be comfortable and stylish.  Victorinox has the ideal solution, i.e., their Travel Blazer, a garment so comfortable and sharp it should be as indispensable as your dark jeans and razor kit.  With multiple pockets for your passport and iPhone, water-repellent cotton and Nylon fabric, metal grommets for ventilation, and the finest tailoring imaginable, you won’t look like just another passenger.  You’ll look like you own the airline itself.

 Mens travel blazer

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With the design brilliance and technical expertise of Steve Jobs…

…Apple proved consumers can–and should–be seduced by form as much as by function.  The fact virtually every consumer product company in the world has mimicked their philosophy is further proof.  But, for every wow the iPad can illicit, for example, there is no doubt the tablet can become, let’s face it, gross with fingerprints and myriad stains.  Jacob Moesgaard’s AM, a company his father launched more than 40 years ago, is on the rise with a brand new series of cleaning products for the electronic gadgets in our lives.  He has brought his Danish design philosophy to the proverbial table and created a series of very hip products which are as cool as the iPods, laptops and tablets they’re designed to clean.

AM Get Clean-02

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The German product company, Rimowa…

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…is expanding.  It’s not uncommon for heads to turn, perhaps out of admiration, perhaps put of envy, when one of their luggage pieces is seen on the jet way.  And now, their characteristic grooves and tight construction are available for Apple’s tablet line.  To continue reading the Product Design page, click here.