The art of foldaway luggage by Goyard

An emblematic example of Goyard’s expertise and aesthetics from the post-war period, the Caravelle suitcase represented the Maison’s desire to offer convenient luggage requiring little space adapted to the revolution that was air travel.

Named as a tribute to the legendary French airliner, the Caravelle took up the challenge of lightness and flexibility which had become essential for the modern traveller, thanks in particular to its special Goyardine canvas. But it also embodied the principle of modularity so dear to Goyard with its ingenious design as a convertible suitcase, completely and easily folded and unfolded, turning it into an occasional piece of luggage.

With its authentic 1960s charm and its clever features that have not aged a day, the Caravelle has been reissued in a subtly reinvented version with a wealth of new details revealing Goyard’s craftsmanship, like its surprising gendarme handle and secure zip closure.

The Caravelle 2 suitcase is available in the 50cm size
in 4 colours: Black, Black & Tan, Grey and Navy Blue.