Good classics never become extinct and especially not if it’s a style classic introduced back in 1979. The Expediter is a slim leather case large enough to carry a slim 13″ Macbook alongside multiple pockets for the obligatory gear. Retractable handles give this case a little modern wow factor and being a Ghurka case ensures this particular case to be crafted from very precious premium chestnut leather.
Wrap your iPad in a leather case as precious as the gadget within with Apolis latest iPad sleeve co-developed and crafted in Tel Aviv. The case is made from Italian leather and as such is guaranteed to mature with use displaying your midtown adventures with those tiny little knacks and marks.
In case of cutting through a jungle or fighting ancient mummies, there are definitely enough adventures, which demand for a grand leather strap watch as the instrument of choice. Infamous British sportscar manufacture Morgan teamed up with the two-man watchmaking workshop Struthers London for this bespoke wrist watch series. Both the Officers and Field watch are inspired by the trench-stryle from the very first Morgan cars and as thus combine a large leather strap with the classic appeal of a traditional watch face. The leather strap is open for your bespoke wish besides the standard black or tan calf Italian leather and chocolate English oak bark tanned leather. In the inside ticks a modified manual-wind 1950s Swiss ébauche caliber and a range of antique 19th century vintage movements is available as another bespoke option.
Yohji Yamamoto is among the most important Japanese designers in the fashion industry known for combining sportswear with traditional clothing and for the collaboration with Adidas, namely Y-3. For those who like to carry their rucksack on one shoulder, this sea sack might be the perfect gym bag. A spacious one compartment invites you to throw anything in and the single strap design makes it comfortable to carry around.
The Swiss maker of luxurious accessories TF Est. 1968 rapidly became famous for crafting man’s accessories greatly inspired by the world of watchmaking. Their newest set consists of the T-Mechanic Open Side cufflinks and rollerball pen both featuring a hermetically sealed and vertically mounted watch mechanism. Cufflinks with gears and jewels resembling a watch’s innards are not a rare item anymore, but this cufflinks are among the easiest to enjoy due to the open sapphire crystal casing.
Loafers are hard to combine these days, yet considering their inherent British charm and an immediate association with a cozy chimney heated library scenario makes a pair of loafers a must in a well-equipped wardrobe. This particular penny loafers from Paul Smith are crafted from fine slate blue toned suede beautifully contrasted with a clean tan leather sole. This shoes definitely ooze a certain elegance, whilst being totally comfortable.
This handmade tool box is hewn from reclaimed Nicaraguan walnut, which is a really resilient and long-living tropical walnut tree commonly planted to shade coffee plantations. The simple yet compelling tool box features the obviously required trays for small items such as screws and nails and a big storage compartment for man’s most universal tools. However, being crafted from one of the most expansive and luxurious woods, you may want to think twice before you throw a $5 hammer into it.
The young audio brand Grain Audio is one of those crowd-funded companies ready to change the game, at least a bit. The new Passive Bookshelf Speakers already indicate what they’re aiming for, offering the modern audiophile the right mixture of top-notch hardware with flawless aesthetics, which display a dose of Danish design minimalism. The PBS features a heavy and solid walnut wood paneling constructed and oil-finished by hand, a 5.25” midbass woofer featuring Neodymium magnets and CCAW voice coils and a 25-75watts max RMS performance.