Jane E Fraser When it comes to buying stuff on planes, there are two things we're most interested in.
Lee Tulloch Another day, another airport, another few hours of wandering around in a daze before the plane boards. Another duty free shop to peruse.
Brian Johnston Shopping is only one reason to visit a Middle Eastern market, writes Brian Johnston.
Brian Johnston Brian Johnston clocks into Geneva, birthplace of the world's luxury watch industry.
Shopping in Tokyo is not just retail therapy, it's a feast for the senses through displays of cutting-edge art and design, writes Misha Janette.
Belinda Jackson finds fashion and jewellery, heels and perfume, in the city's thriving design precincts.
Even if you can't afford a round-the-world air ticket this Christmas ($2476, escapetravel.com.au), a classic Louis Vuitton suitcase ($8750 for the Alzer, louisvuitton.com.
Nina Karnikowski Trying to shut your suitcase should not end in tears, writes Nina Karnikowski.
Knowing when to buy is critical if you don't want your duty-free alcohol confiscated when boarding, writes Michael Gebicki.