Tumi has launched a new, premium hard-shell luggage collection. Latitude is the lightest Tumi travel collection yet that does not compromise durability. “With Latitude, we wanted to create a collection that offers the best of the best in terms of innovation and aesthetic, which pushed us to improve weight, function, durability, organization and more,” said Victor Sanz, TUMI’s creative director. Latitude features a range of carry-on and check-in sizes including an International CarryOn, Worldwide Trip Packing Case, Short Trip Packing Case and Extended Trip Packing Case. These styles, offered in black, navy and silver, retail for $645-$795 at TUMI retail stores worldwide and on TUMI.com .


Fresh has introduced the first body product in the Black Tea Collection. Black Tea Age-Delay Body Cream helps improve skin elasticity, texture and radiance. Ingredients include Black tea extract, Lychee seed extract and Blackberry leaf extract, all known for their antioxidant qualities. Black Tea Age-Delay Body Cream costs $68 and is available now at Sephora and Sephora.com .


A limited edition collection from Dr. Scholl’s + Urban Outfitters offers the iconic silhouette and wood footbed of the Original Dr. Scholl Sandal paired with modern jelly straps and coordinating pops of color on the outsole. The Original costs $78 and is available just in time for sandal season. There is also the OG Poolslide ($40), which features an edgy printed neoprene buckle strap and a contoured footbed that is perfect for the beach or pool. Get them at select Urban Outfitters stores and online at both drschollsshoes.com and urbanoutfitters.com .

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