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Ditto, let's see them in action if possible. Kind of wish Kent would post these ancient madders in action on the site. 
Thanks for posting the pic - that really helps get a sense for how to best use these Kent Wang prints. Seems like the Lindisfarne Gospels would be more useful for me and it is one I never would have considered. Although, I really like the Great Wave print.
Thanks for this. I have trouble visualizing the new Kent Wang squares of historic prints and their versatility without a photo like yours. Curious how The Big Wave looks. Maybe Kent has shots of all of these in use.
Ditto, not found much and the Bombata is too trendy looking and doesn't have a great color selections. A document case/portfolio size makes sense with certain briefcase attributes.I like this:
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I think a 2" and a 1" divider if you have one at all. With an iPad you could probably fit it with a notepad, files, and whatever else in either side as thin as the IPad is. Today I put a MacBook Air, iPad 2 and thick notepad in the protective zipper sleeve for an old iBook. You really don't need much room to carry a lot as these devices get smaller. Thinking 5 - 10 years down the road, assuming you want long term use out of this briefcase, what would you probably carry?...
Seems like 4" depth would be too much for how light you like to keep things in your bag. Unless those books and files are really thick. I was thinking of 3" with a MacBook Air, iPad, and maybe a file or two or book, pencils, phone.
Thanks for posting the review and pics. That is a stunning bag and I really love the color. This is on my wish list now.
I'd like them to retun, but agree you have to find just the right fedora. So, having good sources available from which to purchase said fedoras is important.
If it helps I own 3 pairs of J&M dress shoes. I have owned two of them for 13 years and the other for 7 years. The pair I've owned for 7 years is a split-toe oxford that saw daily wear for two years before having to resole them. The other two pair (another split-toe and a cap-toe) that I've owned for 13 years still look pretty new, but I never have used them as my daily wear dress shoe. It also helps that I don't wear dress shoes everyday anymore.So, I bet these will last...
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