The hardest thing to find on the market is a bag that matches your personality and if you’re anything like me, you’ll be intrigued by this calf leather carryall from Gucci. The tan finish coupled with fine details like buckle lock and bamboo handle make it a timeless piece that will be usable today and decades from now. The bag’s quite functional as well as it features two smaller document compartments and a zipped main compartment which zips open fully.
Though we reported on the release of LV’s Architecture and Interiors book a short while back, here’s a video from the Italian fashion house giving us a peek at what to expect. Rizzoli and Ediitons de La Martinière are set to publish the book on October 1 in two versions including a standard edition with pricing to start at $85 USD and a limited edition version with three monogrammed fabric slipcases that will run you about $130 USD.
If you haven’t chosen your top destinations for next week’s Fashion’s Night Out, you may want to check out Opening Ceremony as they’re dropping some FNO exclusives worth picking up. The most notable are these four bags from Jansport. They’re made with original weathered nylon fabrics, antique brass zippers and adjustable seat belt shoulder straps.
With Land Rover’s Defender model being off the market for quite sometime now, we’re really excited to see this image release of what the DC 100 Concept will look like ahead of its Frankfurt Motor Show unveil. Expect more details to follow in the coming weeks but for now, check out the clean lines of the DC 100 and imagine what the rest of the car will look like when it’s fully unveiled. (via Valet)
We’d like to turn you all to Airedale, a company that has its roots in the outdoor and outerwear industry, giving their work a distinct focus on technical details, functionality and exceptional quality. The seams are flawless with no stray threads to be seen, further proving the product’s resilience. The shots highlight some of the pieces from the label’s Spring 2012 collection, with plenty of positive colors and designs for us to drool over.
Here, we’ve got shots from Band of Outsiders Fall 2011 lookbook which features Rupert Grint and Tom Felton. The product on display is really quite promising with some of our favorites being the quilted nylon windbreaker in olive, printed oxford cloth pullover shirt as well as pieces from BOO’s ongoing collaboration with Sperry. The wool and alpaca shawl collar cardigan is definitely a standout as well and when paired with the label’s well-fitting chinos, it’s hard to want to wear anything else.
From Junya Watanabe Man’s eYe collection comes this navy varsity jacket for Fall 2011. It’s super heavy and was made in collaboration with army supplier Johnson Leathers right here in the United States. The detailing justifies the price tag as it features heavy cow leather sleeves, a wool shell and full red nylon lining. The slanted front pockets have leather accents while the shawl collar, cuffs and hem are all ribbed for a slimmer fit.
From Makr Carry Goods comes a new line of white canvas bags in some really timeless designs. The Round Backpack, Zip Carryall, Button Tote and Pocket Satchel are all available now in a canvas finish and feature Horween Latigo leather accents throughout.
Here, we have a video highlighting Adam Kimmel’s highly-touted collaboration with American workwear brand Carhartt. The product from the duo’s Fall 2011 collection is perfect for the months ahead as it features more muted tones and a rugged appeal. To coincide with the release of the upcoming season’s collection, a video’s been released which shows off the product in a different light.
From HUGE Magazine’s 8th Year Anniversary issue comes this editorial highlighting product from Engineered Garments’ Fall 2011 collection. The shoot took place in New York and turns us to some essential pieces for the colder months ahead. Among them is a cord blazer and a shawl cardigan with fair isle print. (via CS)