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Discover the European Samsonite For the Serious Traveller campaign, shot and directed by one of world’s leading photographers Rankin. The campaign brings the story of a series of influencers, whose professions take them around the world, focusing on how Samsonite’s innovative Curv suitcases manage to make their travels effortlessly easy thanks to their amazing lightweight, strength and stylish design.
You may know Cosima from her role in the highly praised film ‘The Danish Girl’ or more recently, as a series regular in the National Geographic show ‘Mars’. Her work takes the West Berlin raised but London based actress all around to places such as Budapest, Brussels and Southern Morocco. But travelling has always been an essential part of her life as she previously worked as a model between London, Paris and New York. Cosima recently created and runs the non-profit initiative 'Our Stories’, which connects local primary school children with their grandparents.
When Jonathan was scouted a decade ago while strolling down Portobello Road, he could never have imagined the life he lives today. Whether it’s a shoot for international magazines such as Vogue or ID or an acting job in Iceland, Jonathan is a true chameleon who goes across the globe. Currently based in South Africa, Jonathan is still modeling while developing his entrepreneurial side with an innovative Internet business idea.
Instead of following in her parents’ footsteps, Renee is passionately carving out a career as a dancer. It was a desire to seek a future independent of her starry lineage that saw her leave the family nest in Los Angeles to study at the London Contemporary Dance School two years ago. Since then she graduated and finished a research project with choreographer Sasha Roubicek exploring the synergy between music and dance.
The best players in fashion are those who don’t take the game too seriously, and Jessie falls within this well-dressed, well-humored camp. Jessie Bush is behind street style blog We The People and is a photographer and contributor for the likes of Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, Marie Claire and Elle. What started out as a New Zealand-based streetstyle blog has since evolved into an international platform for personal style, travel, interviews, beauty tips and streetstyle, bringing her everywhere around the world.
Raised in a low-income family in a suburb of Washington DC, Eric is a textbook example of the American dream. Today he’s the lead soloist at the Royal Ballet, where his visibility is an example of how he brings more diversity in ballet. His career has brought him around the world, dancing in theatres worldwide, which include tours across America, Russia, China and Italy. His confidence and joy was also noticed in the fashion industry, Eric has starred in features and covers such as a GQ style feature and alongside Kate Moss for Vogue Italia.
For Charlotte modeling has given her the opportunity to live and work in phenomenal locations like Milan, Paris, New York and Los Angeles and feed her thirst for travel, culture and fashion. She is currently filming a YouTube music and Travel show called Around the World in 99 gigs in which she discovers new unsigned music artist all over the world. Aside from this, Charlotte has DJ’d for numerous Fashion brands and also currently writes for the Huffington post.
Yanin - or Pretty Sickly as she is often known - blogs at idressmyselff.blogspot.co.uk and has been treating her thousands of followers to expertly styled ensembles and insights. Over the last years, Yanin’s audience has grown dramatically, her blog now has a global reach, bringing her to all these fantastic places being one of the key go-to blogger in and outside the fashion industry. Although Yanin may be young, her raw fashion sense, poise and unique style makes a huge impact; her outfits always ooze a certain effortlessly cool vibe that’s craved by her fans and brands.
Hugo strongly believes that travelling keeps you young and heart, curious and open minded. Subsequently this translates in his many interests, which include sport and fitness. After a 5-year passionate affair with Triathlon, which got him to compete for the World and European Championship, Hugo moved on towards becoming a multisport event organizer.
Tommy has recently been named as one of the most exciting up-and-coming hairdressers in the UK. Quite an impressive recognition if you know he only switched careers - from event management to barber - just a few years ago. Today he co-manages the new Ruffians Barber shop in Shoreditch. A sociable place where it’s not only about a hair cut but also a chat and drink on the front shop bench. Tommy’s other passion – music, will be put in a spotlight as they’re planning to launch acoustic in-shop evening sessions.