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Aether Spring/summer 2014

AETHER’s awesome Spring/Summer 2014 collection is now available online. Aether stick to their clean minimal design, and all pieces are made with the brandīs renowned high-tech materials. New items include the Empire Jacket designed for the urban cyclist, new swim trunks, motorcycle pants and duffle bags. Check out the new styles for men and women at aetherapparel.com



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W+H WATERPROOF CHAMBRAY MOUNTAIN PARKA | Image

W+H WATERPROOF CHAMBRAY MOUNTAIN PARKA

This season Wings + Horns presents not one but two collections: Archive and Research. Archive consists of built to last basics while Research showcases the companys talent for reshaping the rugged military aesthetic. Accessible and sophisticated this is the most captivating W+H presentation yet....
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HARRIS LEATHER BRIEFCASE | Image

HARRIS LEATHER BRIEFCASE

We are loving this beautiful briefcase by leather crafters Go Forth Goods, a reliable working companion for a lifetime of use. The Harris Leather Briefcase is made from full grain oil tanned leather, a soft yet durable material that is also water resistant, and ages beautifully. The bag features a 15 inch laptop pocket, a large interior pocket, a wide zippered top that opens to allow easy access to all your working essentials, and a detachable shoulder strap. Availa...
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ETHNOTEK BAGS

Ethnotek is a new exciting brand founded by Jake Orak and created by a small group of creative people with a passion for world travel. The cool and rugged backpack we feature here, has the ability to remove and customize the main front panel of the product (named Thread). Each Thread is the main piece of the bag which incorporates a fair-trade acquired ethnic textile. Find out more about the bag on this postīs detail page. Photography: Bless this Stuff...
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