Killspencer’s utility backpack is made from premium vegetable tanned black pebble leather and features some amazing detailing. The bottom is made from premium bullhide while the inside features flame retardant and waterproof black nylon lining. It’s made to withstand even the toughtest of environments as the military spec webbing passed a 4,000 lb. test. The exterior padded laptop compartment can hold a 15″ Macbook Pro while there are also other slots for exterior cable, iPhone, Moleskine and 2 exterior small side pockets for cards or whatever else you see fit. We won’t tell anyone but there’s also an internal secret pocket for plane tickets, valuables, etc. and if that’s not enough for you, Killspencer can also customize this beauty with your initials or full name.
Haerfest is known for making high quality travel goods with a deep dedication to design and craftsmanship. The designs are simple and modern but timeless. “We believe trends come and go — but quality materials, balanced proportions and attention to detail will always stand the test of time. Their Collection B comes in three colorways — Carmine Red, Navy Slate and Grey Olive — and feature two backpacks, a tote, and a duffel.
From WANT Les Essentiels de la Vie comes their “Narita” iPad 2 Case from their Holiday 2011 collection. The design is breathtaking as it features a minimal yet functional design. The case features the brand’s signature gold-and-silver zipper hardware and understated foil-embossed branding. The shell is made of two-tone calfskin leather with a cotton interior. Also on the inside are a few interior pockets to keep things organized. (via hb)
This year, San Fran’s Clift Hotel is celebrating its 10 year anniversary and we were privileged enough to be invited out to check out the property and learn a thing or two in the process. San Francisco itself has a lot to offer, especially in the Union Square district of downtown where Clift is located. There’s a booming retail experience, art galleries, plenty of places to eat and the SF MOMA and piers within walking distance.
Root Cases has ditched their plastic cases for the iPad 2 and gone with a few different ones made from wood instead. You can opt for either North American Walnut or eco-friendly, South Asiatic Bamboo.
This leather travel bag from Simon Spurr is one of the finest we’ve ever seen and we mean it. Personally, I’ve always been a fan of the black and gold combination and pairing the bag’s black shell with gold accents just takes it next level. It features two handles, golden zips and hardware, a padlock, an internal laptop or document sleeve, and an embossed Simon Spurr logo on the outside.
Qwstion is teaming up with Swiss Airlines to develop an amenity kit that will be distributed to Business Class passengers leaving from Zurich. The Swiss design company has crafted this kit with Swiss International in mind as they’ve integrated Swiss’s world of colour as well as the material used in aircraft seatbelts.
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.
On Thursday, September 22nd, New York brand Supreme will open the doors to their first-ever London store, a first for the European market as well. Just like its stores in the United States and Japan, the UK location will house all Supreme product including special releases.
Supreme London, 2/3 Peter Street London W1F 0AA, +44 (0)207 437 0493
The Impossible Project is known for producing instant film for classic Polaroid cameras and this time, they’ve linked up with Ace Hotel to allow guests to capture each and every moment of their trip. Each guest room comes with a refurbished Polaroid camera and limited edition Impossible x Ace Hotel PX600 Silvershade film, in black & white. If you’re not fortunate enough to be staying at a Ace Hotel anytime soon, you can purchase the custom film and cameras through Ace’s online store and select retail shops worldwide.