Here's something I've filed under things I wish I thought of first. General Knot Co., probably most famous for their neckwear and pocket squares, recently started making travel kits from vintage fabrics. The American-made company based in Bedford, NY isn't phoning these in, either. The kits are made with tapes seams and water-resistant cotton canvas lining to protect from leaky bottles. Obviously the main event is the fabrics though—they've got a variety that ranges from 1950s bird dog prints to a South Asian indigo block print fabric that dates back to the 1900s. The other notable aspect is the roominess, at 10.5" long and 5" tall and wide, you won't have to cram to squeeze all your bathroom necessities in. Check out the complete range of travel kits right here.