Friday 01 Dec 2017

Style bible Vogue first identified the shift back in July 2017. Travel Designers “offer resources far beyond the basics of organizing flights, lodging, and tours. These designers create trips that you can’t just book online, trips for travellers, not tourists.”

A travel designer works closely with their client to create a bespoke, customised journey that incorporates luxury accommodation, unique experiences, authentic engagement and seamless service. They create a personal relationship well before the trip begins and use their broad network across the globe to ensure that anything is possible.

This new breed of travel designers are at the heart of our theme for Luxperience 2018, The Blueprint - a world re-designed. It is anchored around creativity and inspirational planning, encouraging out of the box concepts and personalised experiences offered through the premium travel and events industry.

We’ll be inspiring our luxury community by providing the framework, the connections and collaboration to create exclusive experiences and unique opportunities for the travelling consumer", says Michelle Papas, Luxury Brand Strategist for Luxperience.


Posted in 'Lux Trends ' on Friday 01 Dec 2017