The home-bound crowd who spent the pandemic dreaming of being elsewhere can now travel more easily — and do so in style.

Orient Express, the luxury rail service famed for its nearly century-long Paris-to-Istanbul line — and for its cars dressed with velvet and crystal — will soon release a stock of high-gloss travel, and travel-inspired objects, thanks to a new collaboration with 18 high-end houses and designers.

Set to be available at on July 15 (and at the just-reopened La Samaritaine department store in Paris), “Steam Dream” will encompass items for traveling, lounging, dining and sleeping — with names including Bang & Olufsen, Bernardaud and Smythson.

The collection’s release is a new step in the brand’s future.

Though the Orient Express hasn’t trekked from Paris to Istanbul since 1977, the Venice-Simplon Orient Express, owned by Belmond, operates trips between London and Venice, and a number of other European cities, in restored train carriages — and will soon include hotels.

From sunglasses to baggage and even a backgammon trunk, there’s something to suit any traveler’s taste.

Here’s a look at what they can get.

Wax philosophical

OE Candles
Priced at $112 at
Fabien Sarazin

‣ Trudon: This exclusive candle features hand-applied gold leaf and a 24-karat gold coat of arms.

Tile by combat

Mahjong set
Priced at $3,321 at
Fabien Sarazin

Hector Saxe: A Midnight Blue mahjong set may just be too pretty to play with.

Tray magnifique

A tray
Priced from $830 at
Fabien Sarazin

Atelier Philippe Allemand: Handsome trays also reflect the wooden and brass train

We’re big fans

Ahandheld  cooling fan.
Priced from $89 at
Fabien Sarazin

Duvelleroy: A sycamore frame and a honey-colored shade nod to the train’s interior tones.

Sleep in the cabozzze

A kid car.
Price available upon request at
Orient Express

Circu: Sweet dreams are made of this. Children can have a nighttime getaway in this sleeping car replica.

Trunk in public

Price available upon request at

Au Départ: No junk in this trunk — this limited-edition piece carries a turntable, candles and books.

It’s in the bag

A travel bag
Priced at $4,684 at
Fabien Sarazin

Au Départ: A travel bag whose rich blue color matches Orient Express’ signature Midnight Blue.

Acting shady

Priced from $1,055 at
Fabien Sarazin

Maison Bonnet: The Parisian eyewear designer created just 20 pairs in limited edition.

Dish it out

Portrait of plates.
From $53 for a set of 4 at
Fabien Sarazin.

‣ Bernardaud: Porcelain plates for stunning tablescapes reflect the train’s decorative patterns and graphic codes.

Be the toast of the town

Priced at $172 for a set of four at

‣ Casarialto: These hand-painted wine glasses boast Art Deco-style curves, inspired
by the train’s restaurant and bar cars.