Thursday, February 2, 2012 6:23PM - By Meieli Detoni
Acronym’s iPad Bag costs basically as much as an iPad, and when I first saw it, I thought that maybe you got the iPad, and the bag came for free. Wrong, but that could be a cool partnership. The Acronoym Circdiscover iPad Bag has a swivel design that’s so ingenious. You’ll want this if you love your iPad, without a doubt, using it while you’re standing on the street corner, in line, or meandering through the park (but just make sure the area’s clear of iPad bandits).
Wednesday, February 1, 2012 8:11AM - By Jeffrey Hyatt
Made with the finest leather from Horween Tanner in Chicago, Il, and handcrafted in Nashville, Tennessee, this superb Emil Erwin Messenger Bag is designed to last forever. Stitched with mil-spec nylon thread, the bag ($1,100) features stainless steel buckles and rings and copper hardware.
Saturday, April 30, 2011 9:00AM - By Meieli Detoni
Oak’s restocking! If you were looking for something on Oak and it wasn’t available, this could be your chance. Unfortunately, stores of some of their newly-stocked pieces have already been exhausted. Silent by Damir Doma was brought back to the accessories section on the site. If you’re not opposed to leather, then stick to it for traveling—it doesn’t wear out like canvas will.
Monday, March 21, 2011 5:23PM - By Meieli Detoni
The Union Street Camera and Laptop Messenger Bag for ONA’s the kind you have to hide from your friend with the huge messenger bag collection, for obvious reasons. It’s a bag you can easily justify; it’s got a simple look to it that’s matchable; it works for both cameras and laptops (together!); it’s grime-resistant and you can fit your DSLR, a 15″ laptop, and up to 3 accessories/lenses inside. Isn’t that convenient–and doesn’t that make it so much easier to work that ONA bag into your budget?
Monday, March 7, 2011 10:42AM - By Jeffrey Hyatt
If I ever decide to head back to campus to work on that masters degree in economics I’ve always dreamed about, I’m absolutely taking the Ally Capellino Satchel with me. I might not succeed back in academia, but I’ll go fall carrying a very sporty satchel! From London-based designer Ally Capellino, this cool, $215 bag is spacious and produced with durable cotton canvas leather and metal hardware. The canvas satchel is ideal for a 13” MacBook – just so you know.
Wednesday, February 23, 2011 11:48AM - By Jeffrey Hyatt
I’m not here to say there’s anything wrong with toting your lunch to work in the traditional brown paper bag. But this excellent Artifact Lunch Bag ($65) will provide that chicken salad sandwich on wheat with a much more stylish entrance at the office lunch table.
Monday, February 21, 2011 7:54PM - By Jeffrey Hyatt
Summertime might still be around the sunny corner, but spring is definitely in the air. So no better time to investigate the latest Jack Spade collection of spring and summer styles. From bags and ringer tees to cargo shorts, plaid button-downs and lightweight jackets, the new collection will definitely have you looking cool as the weather heats up.
Wednesday, January 5, 2011 8:11PM - By Meieli Detoni
Bill Amberg’s bags! They are awesome. If I weren’t up to my eyeballs in weekenders and totes, I might give this one a try, but for now? I’ll have to shop vicariously. The Hunter Rucksack has an old-timey feel to it, with a drawstring opening secured by a single snapped flap. The vegetable-dyed Hunter Rucksack has a certain look to it that makes me think of college hijinks and bygone days: George French could have used it on campus, for example, later flopping it down in this cool dorm room.
Wednesday, October 7, 2009 10:00AM - By Meieli Detoni
Tumi’s Snow Collection has switched gears from the usual black to a lovely snowy white for your to-the-mountains jaunt. With all the same athletically-minded trappings than before, this collection includes a backpack with trim, an overnight bag, and a gear bag for your snowboarding/skiing needs. Bold, purpose-driven zips and a Tumi tag on each. Just don’t scuff the bag if you end up buying one– you’ll never forgive yourself… [via acquire mag]