ICON4x4, the name most associated with restomod Bronco, has created a leather bag. This one-of-a-kind weekend bag was created in collaboration with Orion Calf using the most sustainable leather on the market, Excelsior Leather.
Here’s a classy way to get your Apple AirTag to tag to your belongings: AirTag Keychain by KILLSPENCER. Unlike Samsung Galaxy SmartTag, there is no way to attach Apple’s first Bluetooth tracker to anywhere without an accessory (or making a hole).
This is Louis Vuitton Airplane Bag by LV menswear artistic director/Off-White founder, Virgil Abloh. Up until before Abloh’s involvement, LV was never radical like, you know, Balenciaga, and never associated with being artistic. Basically, it is the way purist like me like. But things have changed, the Airplane Bag is one example.
From Japanese leather bag maker Tsuchiya Kaban is this strangely unnecessary yet we want it so bad bag. What you see here is a handbag that is designed to carry a snowman. And yes, it is the Tsuchiya Kaban that made the leather bag that carries one watermelon.
If you consider yourself a prepper and travels quite bit, well then you will want to check out the Visivo x ARAMID ARMOUR Billfold Wallet from leather goods maker Filippo Morato.
You’d be surprise what artisans working for big companies can come up with when given free rein to do whatever they desire. Alright. That may be only applicable to craftsman Yusuke Kadoi.
It’s unfortunate that horror filmmaker Jeff Barnaby did not let us in on how he made that wonderful Alien facehugger face mask. However, you may be able to buy one in leather instead, thanks to Pirate’s Leatherworks.
For those who prefer to tote around their gadgets in style, Harber London is another brand to look out for. The brand has a collection of uber stylish leather sleeves for MacBook, iPad Cases and iPhone covers, and more.
Remember Royole? The first company to launch a foldable smartphone, FlexPai? And also, remember the futuristic Louis Vuitton Flexible Display Handbags? Well, as it turns out, Royole was responsible for the display on the Parisian fashion house’s high-tech handbags debuted at the Louis Vuitton Cruise Collection 2020 in New York.
Super thin, flexible display on every imaginable surface is inevitable – as many sci-fi TV shows and movies have predicted. The only question is “when?” Well, how about now? Louis Vuitton has recently demonstrated with a couple of prototype handbags that has flexible AMOLED displays built into them. And mind you, the display isn’t of …