Schedoni. To most people, the name doesn't carry any meaning. But to those in the know, it's the marque of the finest craftsmanship. The century-old Italian leather-crafters make all the fitted luggage for Ferrari road cars, and even fabricate that little pad at the back of a Scuderia Ferrari F1 car to keep Kimi and Felipe's helmets from knocking against the carbon fiber bodywork. But when the atelier isn't too busy stitching together those tiny little cases for Maranello, or making a special line of driving shoes together with Puma, they make some of their own products, too, and this is one of our favorites: an exquisitely-crafted carbon fiber briefcase.
Made from the same materials used on the most exotic of sports and racing cars, the carbon fiber shell is painstakingly woven and baked in a kiln. It's such an intricate process that half the ones they try to make have to be scrapped. Inside, Schedoni lines the lightweight case with beautifully tanned suede for that look and feel which only Ferrari's own bag-makers could manage. Of course that kind of excellence comes at a price: $4,400 in this case. At least this way your wallet will be lighter, too.