These bags are made in soft textile printed in silkscreen, with a mini pocket inside and a bag to carry a bottle of wine made with aleatory african textile. – toormix
i’m not one to support a good cause simply because its ‘a good cause‘, especially when it comes from the typically righteous ‘euros‘; but i am a man that can’t turn down a decent tote bag; the multifunction of tote’s is their major sell to me; fold it up & put it in your pocket when there’s nothing to carry & roll it out when you can’t be bothered to handle your daily condiments.
The Sand & The Spray are a US based company, that specialise in of men’s bags and accessories. It’s not often that i pay much attention to newer brands (i’m abit stuck in my ways) but this, their first release, appears strong. marketing their bags as indestructible, their collection of – the Messenger, the Duffel, and the Tote all look good. i personally go hard for the Duffel bag & could definitely get down with the Tote bag too. the bags look top be of real high-quality, made from heavy duty natural canvas and webbing, finished off with hand printed designs.
with them being a new company & being based in the US, doubtlessly another one for the proxy but for one of these i wouldn’t mind. Tote’s & Duffel’s remain versatile bags for the one nighters or weekend trips & ts&ts look to have started off strong with these ones.
detailed pics of the collection when you click ‘more’.
i’m not one for bling & more than likely will never buy any of the Cra$h jewelry collection from Super Fertile but the way the company have chosen to picture their collection in the lookbook is truly imaginative or even better, a . . .
wonderfully blunt statement on the current state of capitalism. The accompanying catalogue photos are devastating, with various, mainly working-class people, on the street modeling the bling. – Lost At E Minor
more pics & the PDF link to the full catalogue after the click.