Carry On Closet is a 10-piece collection, designed to function as a complete and versatile wardrobe. It fits in a carry-on-sized suitcase, and each piece zips apart, folds, and twists to be worn in many ways. Some of the combinations are weird, but a lot of them are pretty cute—and think of the saved luggage space!

Carry On Closet

The line is part of the slow-fashion movement and was designed by London College of Fashion students Renée Lacroix and Zahra Ash-Harper.

The pair came upon the idea after acquainting themselves with the concept of modular clothing in Sustainable Fashion and Textiles by Kate Fletcher. Although the book suggested the use of detachable components to reduce the need to launder an entire garment, Lacroix had a different context in mind.

An avid traveler, Lacroix has plenty of firsthand experience with the quandaries of modern travel. How does one avoid being dinged for an extra suitcase without sacrificing your essentials (or not-so-essentials), for instance? “It was a real eye-opener on the need to travel light and about the kind of garments I wish I owned in that situation,” she says.

via Ecouterre