TUMI lets the jet-set actress carry her essentials without compromising style
This new shift in sojourning the world was a well-timed moment for performance luxury brand TUMI. By relaunching their women’s Voyageur Collection with singer-actress Reneé Rapp. The brand and the star of The Sex Lives of College Girls and Mean Girls: The Musical are encouraging everyone to indulge in the world of travel.
“My favorite travel destination is [the] Midwest. Ideally, in Colorado. I love skiing,” says the “Too Well” singer during her Todd Turso-directed campaign shoot in New York City.
The Voyageur Collection reimagines TUMI’s modern design with recycled materials, packaged in a variety of spring colors and styles. Its function also got an upgrade with new organizational features fit for all kinds of excursions and business trips.
Here are seven bag styles that the American singer-actress brings with her, from touring across the country to moving from one film location to another:
Pack for long-haul flights with a sturdy aluminum luggage
Earlier this year, Rapp finished the month-long American tour of her EP Everything to Everyone, which saw her perform in cities like Los Angeles, Las Vegas, and New York. Living in suitcases for weeks, the 23-year-old actress brought the 19 Degree Aluminum International Carry-On along with her.
The 19 Degree Aluminum’s hard side fluid exterior complements Rapp’s on-the-go lifestyle with its durability and protective bumpers.
Fit essentials in a backpack
In the midst of filming the movie adaptation of Mean Girls, the rising actress finds a utilitarian piece such as the Celina Backpack could fit her styling necessities, whether it’s for rehearsals or shooting.
The TUMI backpack also has enough space to include footwear and a change of clothes with its well-organized interior. It could also fit a laptop for the actress to catch up on her shows in between set breaks.
Travel light with a tote
Currently based in New Jersey, the “In the Kitchen” singer finds a light tote such as the Valetta Medium Tote to commute and lug around while doing errands within her locale.
The Valetta has room for Rapp to bring documents or stow a light jacket in case it gets breezy. The spacious tote is ideal for all kinds of weather with its stain and water-proof nylon material.
Move around the airport with a crossbody
Whenever she has to fly out for TV appearances and music performances, the North Carolina-born artist admits that handling carry-ons can be quite the task for her. I don’t like to carry or do anything [like placing it overhead]. It’s not happening for me,” says the singer-actress, almost giggling.
To make things easy, the actress prefers something lightweight to carry her must-haves like a crossbody bag. “The Adelaide [Hobo] is my favorite from what we’ve shot,” shares Rapp. “I quite like this because it has my initials on the side.”
Her fondness for the TUMI sling is that its detachable leather charm comes custom-made with a monogram of her initials.
Carry gym clothes in a duffle
When she’s back in her homebase of Los Angeles, Rapp finds time to workout by doing pilates. After music recordings, the “Bruises” singer totes her gym clothes inside her Malta Duffle. The sizeable carry-on bag has multiple zippers and openings to sneak in footwear, towels, and even a hook for yoga mats.
Conceal travel documents with a hip bag
To match Rapp’s airport style that consists of loose shirts, baggy pants, and oversized blazers, TUMI’s Melbourne hip bag complements her urbanwear. It can also carry her passport and smartphone.
As someone who’s not a fan of carrying so much, especially when in the airport, going hands-free is easy with her waistpack.
Get organized with pouches
As most of the lifestyle brand’s bags are designed with multiple pockets, Rapp also sees to it that there’s still room for organization in her rotation of luggage, suitcase, totes, and duffle bags.
Whether it’s spending a weekend upstate or rehearsals for a morning show appearance, the American artist can fit her grooming articles and accessories in a TUMI+ small modular pouch and organizer.
TUMI’s Voyageur Collection with Reneé Rapp is the latest installment of the brand’s “Unpack Tomorrow” campaign, featuring F1 driver Lando Norris and football players Richarlison and Son Heung-Min. The video series explores each of the brand ambassadors’ multifaceted journeys in music and professional sports.
For more information, visit TUMI’s official website.