There were no new products to check out but both the Classic and Urban Collections were on hand. As much as I like the ballistic nylon in the Classic collection, I fell in love with the waxed canvas of the Urban collection that weekend. Honestly, you can’t go wrong with either.
The Worton flanked by the Ezeiza Weekender
Schipfol Utility Bag, De Gaulle Dopps, Dunnage Duffel, O’Hare iPad Sleeves
Some classics in leatherbacked versions
Plenty of new belt and key fob designs will be coming out in the near future plus your favorite classic designs will be returning. A couple new designs to note – the Puffin’ Penguin, a dapper penguin (penguins are always dapper since they’re permanently wearing tuxedos) with an affinity for smoking and the Native American pattern, reminiscent of the brands New England roots and already generating a lot of buzz.
All bagged up and ready to be shipped out
Hats on hats on hats
Reach in and take your pick. Note the Native American design (hanging key fob in the middle)
Social Primer took the cake for best room design. With burgees strung from the ceiling and models showcasing the wares I nearly forgot we were in a hotel room. There’s a thing or two I can’t discuss that you’ll find out about in short time but there is plenty I can tell you about. Spring tips its hat to Charleston, with influences from Easter Sunday pastels to yacht club burgees. Fall has designs influenced by schools of the SEC and a few other Southern colleges as well as ties in the colors of several national fraternities. You’ll have to wait a bit longer to find out the details but do know that Cooper will be debuting his take on another Charleston staple and I think you’re going to love it.
Burgees add a personal touch to the room
Swatches from the Tailgate collection (5.4 is for The Citadel but I’ll be adopting it for my Butler Bulldogs)
The colors of the Greek collection