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.



We’re tired of manufactured trends and uniform dressing, so we’re throwing convention out the window and embracing the internet-empowered digital future.
Inspired by the visual vibrancy of Tumblr, innovations by designers like Miuccia Prada, and the infectious reworkings of songs by visionary DJs like Diplo, we’re applying digital-age ideas like user-generated content, mash-ups, and remix culture to the world of fashion.
Currently in invite-only beta, BAMIN (Build And Make It Now) lets you build your own fashion bags online using a curated selection of shapes, colors, and materials—from neon-mesh carryalls to rubberized leather briefcases.
Buy your bag as is, or remix your creation to make limitless new styles anytime you want.
Build. Buy. Remix.