Baggage weights on international flights generally limit those passengers in economy to 23 kilograms (50 pounds) per checked bag and slightly more in business class, which for even fashionably conservative flyers can be an impediment to style when one is forced to live out of a suitcase for weeks on end. One frequent flyer unlikely to be deterred by baggage limits or for that matter any limit whatsoever is Binx, who can be seen in the August 2016 issue of British Vogue in a story that goes big on bags. Titled “Excess Baggage,” this story by photographer Christian MacDonald and stylist Verity Parker puts particular emphasis on this seasons most handy accessory. There Binx is (pictured), wearing a patent leather trench and trouser by Versace with a pair of leather bags with chain straps by Balenciaga. If chains don’t suit readers, then they can simply page ahead to options in leather from Céline, Louis Vuitton, Proenza Schouler, and much more. Whatever the scenario come fall, put those tray tables in upright position, fasten seat belts, and watch Binx take flight.

Credits include: Publication, British Vogue August 2016; Title, “Excess Baggage”; Photography, Christian MacDonald; Styling, Verity Parker; Hair, Yannick d’Is; Makeup, Lauren Parsons; Manicure, Jenny Longworth; Set design, Raphael Bliss; Digital, D Touch.

Binx | British Vogue August 2016 (Photography: Christian MacDonald)

Binx | British Vogue August 2016 (Photography: Christian MacDonald)