hard graft can do no wrong as they’ve been one of most consistent leather goods makers of our time. They’ve dropped a few new pieces as part of their Driftwood collection, with the Square1 holdall leading the pack. It features a combination of fine Italian suede and vegetable tanned leather, complimenting the brand’s iconic styles of leather and wool felt. Expect this piece to be a perfect companion for your day to day excursions or your next getaway.
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.
An essential piece for the “man-on-the-go” is a medium sized carry-all bag. The Mulberry Clipper Holdall is one such bag that fills this role. Made of scotch grain leather with canvas handles and leather accents, it features metal feet, a leather luggage tag, and a padlock. The Clipper Holdall is a sound investment that can get you through a hectic work day or airport security.
London Undercover may be one of England’s most under appreciated brands on an international scale. Many don’t understand LU’s rich history and their dedication to their products and customers. Each piece they churn out is filled with distinct details which really standout and their Flight Holdall is no different.
It features saddle stitched leather handles, leather reinforced corner panels and is compliant with current IATA carry-on regulations. That’s dedication. It’s hand crafted in Cumbria, England by John Chapman Ltd. exclusively for London Undercover and is definitely one of the more style-friendly travel bags we’ve come across.
Look for London Undercover’s Flight Holdall in a navy, olive green or khaki finish.