By Caroline Hallemann
May 19, 2015
Rifle Paper Co.
Credit: Courtesy of Rifle Paper Co.

If your offices are at all like those of Travel + Leisure, you’re already familiar with the whimsical illustrations of artist Anna Bond, whose company Rifle Paper Co. delivers coveted stationery covered in depictions of bouquets, vintage telephones, and iconography from the world’s cities.

After conquering the stationery market, the creative director is taking her designs on the road, by way of a newly launched travel bag collaboration with LeSportsac.

The 19-product collection of totes, backpacks, cross-bodies, and zippered pouches features seven different prints, like Tropical Voyage (embellished with passports, ticket stubs, and pineapples), Monaco (a scene from the country’s coast), and Marion (an example of the brand’s signature florals).

But if you can only purchase one piece, go for a cosmetic case. Each of the bags is adorned with a different pattern—how darling is “beauty,” complete with bobby pins along the bottom?—and includes a hot pink lining and interior pockets to keep products in-line, en-route.

And with prices for the pouches ranging in price from just $25-$34, you can buy a bag and still have enough change to write home about it (on one of Bond’s “Global Greetings” notecards, of course).

Caroline Hallemann is the associate digital editor at Travel + Leisure. You can find her on Twitter at @challemann.