Highsnobiety gives us a look at the complete range of accessories from Givenchy‘s Pre-Fall 2013 collection and it’s everything we’ve come to expect from creative director Riccardo Tisci. “Stars, stripes, studs and dogs are abundant as we’ve come to expect, but further motifs such as bulls-eye targets and check patterns have made their way into the latest season.”
A KIND OF GUISE has teamed up with Berlin-based Voo Store for this limited edition canvas bag. It’s made entirely by hand in Germany and features a leather bottom in matching black to blend effortlessly with the shell. There are two big front pockets and the bag can actually be transformed into a backpack for added versatility.
The bag can be had now through Voo Store.
Herschel Supply Co. has dropped looks for their Fall 2012 collection. Though the core lineup of styles hasn’t changed, the amount of detail and the infusion of new fabrics and prints throughout really takes the brand to new heights. Some desert camo is seen as well as paisley lining on some of the pieces. Look for the Fall/Winter 2012 collection to be available in the months ahead through select retailers as well as through the Herschel Supply Co. online shop.
Kris Van Assche and Eastpak continue to dish out some amazing collaborative pieces. Their Fall 2012 collection infuses some Sander-esque blue into the mix alongside a ton of black. The lineup also brings a stronger leather presence than collections past. More looks below.
California-based outerwear company JanSport has announced their latest collection which looks to pay homage to co-founder and original designer, Skip Yowell. The goods are engineered for the urbanite explorer and are offered up in leather shells that allow for usage while you’re working and playing. Look for this limited edition collection to drop in select JanSport retailers this season. (via hb)
Here we have looks at a few styles from Peters Mountain Works made exclusively for Garbstore. Styles include the Maverick tote bag and Overlook rucksack, both of which are available in navy and khaki colorways. The packs are durable and feature a ton of detail and plenty of space for all your essentials. All products are crafted from the finest materials, and all production takes place in the Peters mountain Works factory, located near the historic town of Woodstock, New York, U.S.A.
Shop the goods at Garbstore.
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.
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.
Herschel Supply Co. is on a complete tear right now, boasting rapid growth primarily because of their ability to craft well-made product and offer them up at unbeatable price-points. Their Fall 2011 collection is looking quite promising as well with a few signature styles alongside some new designs, all being offered up in several colors and materials. More detailed look below.
Though we’ve highlighted a few different rucksacks as of late, we’ve admired Ally Capellino’s work for quite sometime and pin this piece among her best. Its comes in a light-colored waved canvas shell and heavy bridle leather buckles, adjustable straps and a chunky leather handle that really stands out.