Arsutoria: "Safari" Bag Trend SS17
today Jan 19, 2016
Going on a vintage safari of Africa and reshaping new urban adventures. The rise of the increasingly global and trans-seasonal consumer who explores lands and collects cultures of exquisite craftsmanship. A new intellectual vintage and modernist retro.
The dream of a safari trip in a Vintage Land Rover. Crossing the sands of Dubai… Vintage bike lovers obsessed with the authentic 60s style. Kenya, Zambia, Tanzania, Malawi… elegant and sophisticated safari trips of the past.
The beautiful colors of leather are extended to include the families of yellow, brown cowhide and chocolate brown. The hues of the desert sand are expressed in very warm variations that encounter the shades of parched lands with a full and rich color scheme.
Intense brown in the red and orange/mustard yellow versions for white tanned leather. Wonderful snake-like colors that slide across the sands of the African desert. The color palette is precious, full of hues that enhance the beauty of the materials, always very precious and classy.
Basic materials and unisex finishes. Matte, Brushed, Coated, Refinished, Waterproof, Micro-textured, Functional, Practical. Oxidized effects and industrial finishes. Clear wax and washed effects on both leather and fabrics. Diverse finishes and colors, spots on denim.
Oxidation, aluminum and gun-metal finishes on accessories. Industrial materials: recycled and sustainable synthetics with basic surfaces. Functional stretch and high-performance materials.
Evident inspiration from safari trips of the sixties and seventies in Africa or the deserts of Saudi Arabia. Maxi and over-sized. Rigid and ultra-soft. It is important that the structure is consistent and very robust, given by the leather and internal constructions.
Maxi-size and functional backpacks made of high-definition nubuck leather. Special editions dedicated to the world of vintage bikes or explorers of the past. Duffle bags with in-built wheels. Duke backpacks inspired by the German explorer, Duke Adolf Friedrich. The new shoulder saddlebags will be the coolest models of the season.
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