MOMENTS | Link up: Fendi Peekaboo Project, Team Vicious x Rick Owens, Young Magic, Many Arms, 3D-Printed Teddy Bears

Staying relevant on the go.

1. Everyone’s getting in on the DIY game now. Fendi is launching The Peekaboo project this Thursday with bags customized by Gwyneth Paltrow, Tracey Emin, Cara Delevingne, Adele, among others.

MOMENTS | Link up: Nicolas Ghesquière For Louis Vuitton, Iris Van Herpen, André 3000 As Jimi Hendrix, Odonis Odonis, Whitney Biennial 2014

Staying relevant on the go.

1. It’s the Paris Fashion Week collection we’ve all been waiting for. Nicolas Ghesquière premiered his collection for Louis Vuitton yesterday. There were nods to the ‘70s, but the collection was firmly rooted in the present with Ghesquière’s signature sci-fi futurist edge.

MOMENTS | Link Up: Skateboard x Opera, Music x Feelings App, Spray On Fabric,  ART:I:CURATE, Art Basel Miami

Staying relevant on the go.
George Balanchine once said, “There are no new steps, only new combinations”. We think Balanchine’s words beautifully summarize the remix ethos—taking the best stuff out there and coming up with unique ways to mix it all up. BAMIN (Build And Make It Now) bags are made of interchangeable parts, giving you the freedom to discover your favorite combinations.  
1. Theatre meets freestyle skating. Watch Spanish skateboarder Kilian Martin’s choreographed interpretation of Georges Bizet’s classic opera, “Carmen”.

MAKER | Iris van Herpen Turns Water into… a Dress

A celebration of the creatives who remix their craft in thought-provoking new ways. 
Though Dutch designer Iris van Herpen has been relatively unknown in the fashion world up until her debut at the Paris Haute Couture shows in 2011, her lines have always experimented with the latest in digital concepts and technologies—everything from electronic rays and synesthesia to microprocessors and the flexible 3D-printed dresses seen in her latest collection Voltage.

MOMENTS | Link Up: Harlem Shake, Reimagined Cubist Picasso Paintings, Dita Von Teese x 3D Gown, #Untamed Digital Photo Exhibition

Staying relevant on the go.

RB artist Miguel recently told the NYT, “Most days, I wake up an artist; other days, I wake up a businessman. This day I woke up feeling both.” We understand that most people balance a lot at once. Our modular, Lego-like bags are designed to take you though the many different roles you play throughout the day for active people just like Miguel. From work, to the gym, to the opera, to the club… there’s a bag for that. And here’s some cultural knowledge to keep you relevant along the way…
1. Parisian digital artists put a minimalistic touch on the Harlem Shake.
2. Spanish Photographer Eugenio Recuenco recreates cubist Picasso paintings with models and makeup.