Marc Jacobs’ definition of luxury travel includes no luggage

For all those who consider Marc Jacobs, an American fashion designer, as their style Guru, here is some advice from the icon himself. But before we reveal his preaching, we would like to warn and advise you to brace yourselves as you might have to sacrifice your entire luxurious luggage to please your Guru. When asked his definition of luxury travel, Marc Jacobs had this to say: “I don’t think there’s anything practical about traveling with a trunk. Luxury travel is traveling with a toothbrush. That’s it, end of the story. The people who really live luxurious lives don’t need to pack. They’ve got stuff wherever they go.” So there you have it, luxury travel means traveling with zero luggage. So if you are a true follower of this fashion, Guru, get rid of your trunks right away and get set to travel Marc Jacobs style.

Quite shocking, his views might cause quite a few designer luggage makers to lose out on their clients. So are you still going to be impractical and carry loads of luggage or be practical and carry just a toothbrush instead?