It’s time for an infallible upgrade for your travel gear, it’s time for some Danish design grooming bag. Made by renown Mismo, this heavy canvas wash bag is a visually appealing no-fuss companion for a weekend abroad featuring just a single main compartment plus two pockets on the outside for the tiny clutter.
If you prefer to commute by bike for the extra healthy pre-work workout routine, you’re probably aware of the importance of a well crafted and spacious bag. Reduced to the essential functionality, this vintage rolltop rucksack provides the frequent cyclist with a versatile method to stow all your needs in a simple roll-up or down way whilst zippered compartments in the inside offer additional space for your documents, keys and a whole host of items. On the outside of the 18 oz. waxed canvas bag is a web loop made for a signal light and two lash squares to attach shoes or comparable items.
So you search for a daily wrist adorning companion, which is just right a part sophisticated and part luxurious yet not too much over the top. Then Maurice Lacroix’s latest chronograph might meet your demands with displaying a compelling skeleton dial made of hand-decorated rosé gold bridges and gears whilst being encased in an unobtrusive 45mm stainless steel case. Inside works a Swiss automatic Maurice Lacroix in-house caliber ML106 with 22 jewels, 18.000 vph and a power reserve of 42 hours.
The frequent flier knows to value a spacious holdall for the suave weekend abroad. This spacious, 37 liters to be precise, bag is made of Gucci’s unique raffia fabric in a stealthy black combined with coffee brown leather details and straps and thus stays dapper and versatile for every short getaway.
Since a couple of seasons, venerable British shoemaker Alden repeatedly teamed up with Unionmade to provide the modern gent with quite the unique takes on classy shoes such as this saddle Oxford. This quietly striking Oxford shoes combine bright suede with the legendary Chromexcel leather from Horween. Further notably are the water-lock 1-inch leather sole, antiqued sole edge and tone-in-tone eyelets.
It doesn’t need to be a bold and screaming case for your iPad, a visually compelling and practical leather case is just the right choice for the cosmopolitan’s daily adventures. Made by the world-renowned brand Mulberry from brown textured leather, this case will also hold some documents securely in place and is an assured choice for staying stylish for wherever it may take you with your iPad.
After over a decade, the Danish premium brand Bang & Olufsen once again dares to jump into the demanding headphone market with an intriguing pair of closed over-ear cans, dubbed the H6. This headphones are decisively made for mobile comfort and upscale aural pleasure on the go, hence the H6 is available in either an elegant combination of champagne and silver for the business flight-out or in an all-black dark version for the daily commuter. Inside of this aluminum and New Zealand cowhide covered cans work two 40mm drivers, which are calibrated to a quite balanced spectrum without deep bass, but clear treble, hence made for the classy sound experience.
A. Lange & Söhne’s Richard Lange watch range consists of the last surviving watches of the special kind named the observation watches. These timekeepers once were the forefront of precision and accuracy in watchmaking and each Richard Lange piece pays tribute to this unique yet extinct timepiece category. This Boutique Edition is a 40.5mm compact watch made of 18kt white gold and features an entirely by hand assembled manual-wind Lange in-house caliber L041.2 with 26 jewels, 21.600 vph and a power reserve of 38 hours.
Considering notebook bags, most of the time we’ve to face a trade-off of functionality and size against style. Unfazed by this convention, Sandqvist crafted the Arne Cordura reporter bag featuring a spacious and padded interior, that can accommodate up to a 17″ laptop. The ultra sturdy Cordura bag features fitting brown vegetable tanned leather handles and details completing a seriously compelling bag for the work day.
Seriously inspired by the Dorothy’s magic get-me-home shoes from the Wizard of Oz, the London designer Dominic Wilcox teamed up with Northamptonshire-based shoemaker Stamp Shoes to create a piece of bespoke GPS-enhanced leather shoes. This awesome shoes feature a GPS device embedded in the heel and a ring of LED lights, which shows the way back home whilst a row of lights shows your actual progress on the way and all that activated with a Dorothy-esque heel-click. A mapping software allows you to programm any destination you desire, so at least you can’t get lost anymore when you’ve enjoyed a few drams too much, no matter where you are.