Posts Tagged 'leather goods'

Louis Vuitton and Takashi Murakami

If you didn’t know, Louis Vuitton and Anime artist Takashi Murakami have been collaborating on making your super expensive leather goods fanciful with random cartoon characters and objects appear intertwined with the famous LV monogram.

In celebration of their sixth year in partnership, Murakami has produced videos to mark the event. They are full of color and have little-to-no point; except to promote Louis Vuitton.

Osama Eisa

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The Indiana Jones Bag For Everyman

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All too often do we forget that the best is sometimes the simplest. Fossil is a brand that should be familiar to many of us, yet it goes undetected way too often. So, in my search for a new messenger bag I stumbled across the Fossil website. Check out their leather duffle and messenger bags, simple design and quality leather for a price that should fit an entry-level budget. Fossil offers a choice between full leather or a leather/canvas mix for that Indiana Jones whiplashing feeling, but don’t be surprised that these bags, unlike many fashion items, are actually quite functional. You will also find that their color combination is a universal match with nearly every outfit. Their light brown color combination will definitely be a looker for this summer. So on your next trip, before you go out searching for luminescent skulls or decide that a roller coaster ride in a carbon mine is a good idea, stop by the Fossil website an get a bag that can carry your adventure gear. 

 

Elliott Ebrahimi

The Kansai Computer Bag

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By Want Essentials, a design house that has an obsession with quality leather goods, comes a take on the notorious “computer bag.” The laptop bag, mostly the stuff of nightmares, seems to be reborn with the sleekness of Want Essentials.

The Kansai (pictured here) is a beautifully crafted bag and is organized perfectly. The leather is of incredible quality and the tan leather above is frankly beautiful.

Check out the Kansai and other products here.

Osama Eisa


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