This is not a traditional travel vest! The Scottevest is the best travel item around. Now you can comfortably carry everything you want with you, including an iPad, in this vest with 24 hidden pockets. The Weight Management System™ balances the load and the NoBulge™ Pockets keep a streamlined look. Airport security becomes a breeze: just take off the vest and send it through the x-ray with all your gear safely stored inside. It holds so much, you’ll feel like you got an exception to the one carry-on rule. The lightweight, breathable brushed cotton material is thin enough to control your iPod® right through the fabric. Teflon® treatment repels water and stains. You’ll love it so much, you’ll wear it everyday.  Available at


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Painted Glass Nail Files

There are alot of different nail files out on the market, but the ones made by 95 and Sunny are superior to all others. They are the only glass files guaranteed to never wear out or wear down. You can use them on natural or artificial nails. With continued use, they reduce chipping, peeling and splitting of natural nails. Each design is an original work of art created by an Arizona artist. The files come in three sizes and each comes with a protective sheath.

15 3 pc. Hand Painted Colored Sets in Plastic

Montblanc: Signature for Good

Visit Mori Luggage & Gifts to help UNICEF by purchasing a Montblanc Signature for Good luxury product. Montblanc is committed to the support of education and literacy and has joined up once again with UNICEF to donate a portion of profits for this cause. Montblanc has raised over $5 million over the past decade for UNICEF’s educational programs.


Each product features a symbolic brick motif, referring to Montblanc’s desire to build and maintain schools.  The products also feature a blue sapphire or blue lining (on the leather goods) which represents the UNICEF brand color. 

10% of Montblanc’s net proceeds from items sold until March 31, 2014 will benefit UNICEF’s educational programs in Africa, Asia, and Latin America.


You may have heard about the new pre-screening program that the TSA launched a few months ago in approximately 35 select US airports the following Mori Luggage & Gifts markets…Atlanta, Orlando, Tampa and Charlotte. For frequent travelers, this was welcome news. For those travelers not familiar with the program, we’ve compiled some information from the Travel Security Administation’s website below –

TSA Pre™ is a pre-screening initiative that makes risk assessments on passengers who voluntarily participate prior to their arrival at the airport checkpoint.

TSA Pre™ includes U.S. citizens who are select frequent travelers of participating airlines (Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, United Airlines, US Airways) or members of existing Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Trusted Traveler programs including Global Entry, NEXUS, and SENTRI programs. As of November 15, 2012, Canadian citizens traveling domestically in the United States who are members of NEXUS are also qualified to participate in TSA Pre✓™.

If TSA determines a passenger is eligible for expedited screening, information is embedded in the barcode of the passenger’s boarding pass. TSA reads the barcode at designated checkpoints and the passenger may be referred to a lane where they will undergo expedited screening, which could include no longer removing the following items:

  • Shoes
  • 3-1-1 compliant bag from carry-on
  • Laptop from bag
  • Light outerwear/jacket
  • Belt

In addition, passengers 12 and younger are allowed through TSA Pre✓™ lanes with eligible passengers.

TSA will always incorporate random and unpredictable security measures throughout the airport and no individual will be guaranteed expedited screening.

So, if you are eligible to enroll in the PreCheck program, would you do it?




WHAT IS THE ORIGIN OF BRITISH RACING GREEN (MORI GREEN)?With company names and logos plastered across every camera-capturable panel of cars today, it’s hard to imagine a time without corporate-sponsored liveries. Without the brand endorsements and advertising, motorsports wouldn’t even be economically viable. One has to look to the beginning of last century, precisely the year 1900, to see how early participants of organized motorsport agreed upon the outward appearance of their cars.
The Gordon Bennett Cup of the early 1900s provided the impetus to assert control over the color of the cars. The Cup pitted national team against national team and to distinguish between competitors, Count Eliot Zborowski suggested that the cars be painted in a standardized way to reflect the team’s nation of origin. While this practice didn’t stick every year, by the 1920s the organizations that later became the Federation Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA) had standardized national racing colors. These were often quite different from the traditional national colors used in politics.
For Great Britain, the colors of its Union Jack – red, white, and blue – were already taken by Italy, Germany, and France, respectively. In the planning for the 1903 Gordon Bennet Cup to be held in the UK, it was decided the race would be held in Ireland as motor racing at the time was illegal in England. In a nod to the Irish, the team cars were painted shamrock green. While the exact shade of green today is loosely defined, the close association between British Racing Green and fine British motoring remains. While advertisements may have replaced tradition, the shade remains popular with classic auto racing entrants and owners of the new Mini Cooper.

Little Black Dress Jewelry Organizer

Do you have a hard time keeping your necklaces, bracelets, rings and many pairs of earrings organized? I have a great solution for you, the Umbra Little Black Dress Jewelry Organizer. This stylish two-sided organizer hangs on a rod or hook to maximize space and also swivels so you can see your jewelry collection easily. The organizer has 39 clear vinyl pockets on one side and 24 hook and loop closures perfect for necklaces and bracklets on the other. They are available at Mori Luggage & Gift for $20.