Above, clockwise from top left: Stubbs and Wootton Duffel Camo, $850;
Takashimaya Cargo Felt Weekend Bag, $345.00; Billy Kirk Large Caryall, $345;
Amacord Vintage Gold-framed Red Leather Doctor's Bag, $495
Why: Japanese imports and exclusive designs all in one of New York's most devastatingly beautiful stores.
693 Fifth Avenue, (between 53rd and 54th streets); 800-753-2038
Just maybe the biggest selection of travel bags in the city.
Where: 96 Greenwich Avenue, (at Jane Street), 212-989-0001
Why: Everything looks like you might have inherited it from your great-grandfather.
304 Hudson Street, (at Vandam Street); 212-941-8435
Why: U.E.S. glam that takes us back to Titanic style travel.
445 Park Avenue, (at 56th Street);
Why: Casual cool that's durable and masculine.
56 Greene Street, (at Broome Street); 212-625-1820
In God We Trust
Why: Cheap, but not cheap looking.
Where: 153 Ludlow Street, (at Stanton Street); 212-966-9010
You know every skinny-jeaned hipster will want your number.
Where: Ace Hotel, 1190-1192 Broadway, (at 29th Street);
Stubbs And Wootton
There's only three stores in the world, so you know you'll stand out on the Orient Express.
Where: 1034 Lexington Avenue, (at 74th Street); 212-249-5200
Why: Vintage never goes out of style.
Where: 252 Lafayette Street, (between Prince and Spring streets); 212-431-4161