Archives ofSeptember 2007
And our final selection for the day, this bag from the Korean brand Jbros. A patchwork leather bag that works just as well when carried by the handles or the strap. Very stylish and not expensive, given the current exchange rate of the Dollar.no validationandno comment yet for this article.
Feeling like going a little more up-market? Here is the Tourraine from Le Tanneur. It is a calfskin leather, supple and slightly grainy bag. A classic messenger shape, chic, timeless, ideal bag for the daily working man. It features an adjustable cotton strap for shoulder, a polyester lining, pen holders inside, a phone pocket, a… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
Bilum makes bags and accessories using recycled advertising banners. Every one is unique, because the material comes from the giant advertising hoardings that you see around and about (buildings undergoing work, department stores, on the outskirts of large cities). The handles and straps are recycled car seatbelts. So this really is an eco-friendly bag! Bilum… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
Here is another bag whose price should please those who are getting ready to start classes again (yes, you will finally find out which girls are in your class this year!). Dunlop’s bag is made from old recycled tyres. -No, I’m just kidding. It is fake leather. But for such price, this retro sportswear inspired… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.
Ok, lets start our selection with a very affordable nylon bag. A simple, practical model (adjustable strap, magnetic clasp, many different compartments), which is also very stylish. It’s black, and is made by Ted Bakerno validationandno comment yet for this article.
I hope you enjoyed your summer holidays and you’re ready to get back to school. French Truckers has been hit by its fair share of drama over the summer holidays, including a total computer breakdown (schoolboy error), but we’ve now got our gym kit packed and our pencils sharpened ;) Looking at our timetable, this… Read moreno validationandno comment yet for this article.