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by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Jan 04, 2012 02:09 AM
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by Caitlin Bristol last modified May 23, 2011

With some fabrics pre-dating WWII and historic hardware from New England, each bag is assembled by hand to reveal an extremely durable (we can personally vet for this!) piece that only seems to perfect with time.




 

 

Using exclusively found and salvaged materials (designer Alice Saunders literally scavenges for the fabrics with her own two hands at flea markets and estate sales), forestbound bags are nothing if not a small slice of history.

With some fabrics pre-dating WWII and historic hardware from New England, each bag is assembled by hand to reveal an extremely durable (we can personally vet for this!) piece that only seems to perfect with time.

From laptop sleeves ($85) to shoulder bags ($198), utility pouches ($54), and full-sized weekend carryalls ($280), the collection is designed for the rugged individualist, male or female.


 

 

 
 
 

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