Wednesday, February 29, 2012

A Kind of Guise Duffle Bag

I'm not so sure what the right spelling for Duffle is... maybe Duffel? but anyways i guess one's the English spelling and the other the American aberration. Back to the product in focus, AKOG ( A kind of guise) duffel bag evokes all these tribal elements and  is reminiscent of handmade bags at the arts and craft center in Accra, Ghana which is one of my favorite places on earth.  This looks like a worthy investment for your summer wardrobe, not sure about functionality but it ticks all the right aesthetics boxes for me. 

'After two years in the making, this SS12 season witnesses the introduction of A Kind Of Guise’s exclusive capsule collection- “The Kilim Project”-a Middle Eastern take on popular Navajo print bags. Limited to just 100 bags, each rucksack is cut from hand-knitted 19th & 20th Century rugs collected by the A Kind of Guise team on excursions throughout the Persian gulf.'

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