Here we have a few shots from hobo’s lookbook for the upcoming season. There’s a wide range of product from the Japanese label which features a ton of leather items like belts and cases as well as lanyards, scarves and other fine accessories.
Killspencer has released some new items to start the year off proper, including the latest rendition of their Weekender 2.0 duffle bag. It’s delivered in Moss leather and has a padded laptop compartment as well as a waterproof zip pocket. It comes in six different material options. It’s available now through Killspencer for $595.
This refined card case from hard graft takes inspiration from vintage cameras and features a super-slim and super-simple design. it comes with an optional elastic ribbon that keeps your cards even more secure. Stretch the elastic to remove a card.
From the Maison Martin Margiela accessories line comes this men’s wallet for Spring/Summer ’12. It comes in a hay finish with some fine detailing throughout such as compartment labels in gold lettering. The inside has slots for card storage, notes, a coin pouch and space for docs. The outside is quite the opposite as its marked only with the white Margiela stitch on the spine.
Ahead of SIHH 2012 later this month comes a look at the IWC Top Gun Miramar Chronograph, the latest edition to the Swiss watchmaker’s Pilot Collection. The beauty is powered by the new in-house caliber 89365 movement as opposed to the Valjoux 7750 which was found in the past versions. The new caliber is more advanced and robust than its predecessor as it features a flyback function and a 168-hour power reserve. The design is military-inspired with a case that’s made from scratch-proof grey ceramic. The dial’s a matte anthracite color with camo-colored beige hands and chapter ring and a green textile strap to finish things off. More details to drop once this beauty is unveiled at SIHH along with four other models from the Pilot collection.
We’ve seen our fair amount of navy ties with white polka dots but this variation from Drake’s London gives some added texture in the form of its Shantung silk construction. “Originating from China, this variety of the luxurious fabric has a raw, bobbled feel adding texture and flair to your dressed-up looks.” The polka dot necktie has this timeless elegance that not many pieces embody and with the longstanding history of Drake’s behind it, there’s not really much else we can ask for.
Here we have a look at goods from Louis Vuitton’s Holiday 2011 collection, with a strong focus on the accessories that are currently available from the Italian label. Included in the mix is a wide range of leather goods like wallets and phone holders as well as eyewear and wristwear. The pieces can be found now through Louis Vuitton boutiques and select stockists. (via GQ DE)
Stussy Deluxe looks to take things next level with this collaborative effort with UK leather goods company, Ettinger. The co-branded leather billfold are a great pickup for the holiday, whether it’s for you or someone else. Ettinger has been crafting fine product for over 70 years and have even been granted a Royal Warrant by the British Royal family. This custom-made billfold is another exceptional delivery as it features a coin pocket and comes in three color ways: black with yellow interior, brown with red interior and tan with powder blue interior. These pieces are hand made and feature the utmost attention to detail.
We’ve seen iPhone cases done up in a wide range of colors and finishes but Il Bussetto’s leather cases really look and feel more luxurious than most of the others we’ve come across. The shell is made of hand painted leather and features a camera hole and an embossed Il Bussetto logo.
Nowness features this short film highlighting Louis Vuitton‘s new timepiece, the Tambour Minute Repeater. It was crafted in collaboration with Swiss master horologists of La Fabrique du Temps. True to the brand’s renown for handcrafted luxury travel accessories, the watchmakers reveal the complex mechanics employed to display one time while being able, upon request, to chime an alternative ‘home’ time. Video can be found below.