IISE is a Korean brand which produce unique pieces, using one-of-a-kind dyes to create a timeless range of bags and accessories worthy of a discerning gentleman’s closet. Because the dyeing and twisting of the fabrics is done by hand, no two pieces are ever exactly the same.
Available at ColdSmoke
Vitaly Design is canadian company making great accessories for men and women. These are pieces from their new collection, made out of titanium & ceramic. These pieces can be used as a chain or if you prefer as rings. You can find these at vitalydesign.com
If you’re anything like me, your life’s work inevitably winds up on your laptop. For this reason among so many others, cherish the vessel that carries some of your most precious cargo by dressing it properly. This padded, camo-and-leather laptop case by Japanese purveyors Master-Piece also offers several compartments for transporting the tools of your trade. A resilient, sturdy option that just might save you when you least expect it.
Flip-top shades can be tough to pull off but these round aviators by Thom Browne have an effortless cool about them. The gun-metal frame and barely-perceptible red-white-&-blue detailing on the rounded temples really make this pair bulletproof.
The Jet Pack by newcomers Tessel Supply is a lovely marriage of fashion and function in design. What makes this bookbag a standout is the geometric outer shell, which takes shape according to the load it is carrying. You can place a pre-order by pledging on their Kickstarter , with a general release to be announced shortly thereafter.
Spotted @ BLTD
As the days continue to grow longer and warmer, visions of white sand beaches and coconut palm trees begin to manifest in the minds of those basking under the sun. The tropical print on this leather-accentuated bag by Japanese purveyors Master-Piece is the backdrop to your waterside dreams, built with the durability needed to turn dreams into a reality.
Available at SSENSE
The beauty of travel is having your senses stimulated in ways previously never experienced, especially when it comes to smell. From the Jordanian desert to hidden Southern orchards, Odin Fragrances wants to bottle up that feeling and propose a collection of travel-inspired perfumes to invoke the sweet smell of the exotic abroad.
The guys at Modern Industry are poised to deliver with their upcoming line of socially-responsible bags and accessories. You can pre-order their awfully well-designed backpack, sling and wallet here.
These hand-dyed straps are made with bits of Italian leather and are notable for their malleable steel rings, strong enough to support the weight of your camera yet flexible to where installing them is no hassle. They come in a wooden artisan box, presented as a testament to fine Japanese craftsmanship.
¥13,000 @ Japan Camera Hunter
Available in black and khaki and limited to only 150 units in each colorway, Lexdray‘s Shanghai Tote is a multi-functional day bag with all sorts of details that have been carefully accounted for. I’m still not over camo and the ubiquitous print finds its way into the lining of this tote, which also features external compartments to store and organize your daily essentials as well as a keychain on the inside and a removable shoulder strap.