That's the one, damn. Have you handled the delavux leathers? .
Just in passing... Anyway, I'm going to find that bag this summer in Tokyo and give it a thorough going over. I'm curious, too, how it looks and feels. But, for $2K+, I definitely want to see it in person. I'll update/give a better review after that.
okay, my sister took these pictures in her r room. I swear those aren't my twilgiht posters Also there's nothing in either of them so it's kind of funny looking. My weekend bag. Last used: coachella!! This is for snowboarding, picnics, whatever. I've tried hard not to come into this thread because I have a weird affinity to weekend bags and don't really need anymore. Here's what I have for school but it's a pos and will be upgraded soon. I want either the filson 256 or somethign with ridiculously soft leather. Any suggestions?
I'm not a Cucinelli fan, myself, but if you are and you wanted a weekender, take a look at this one: I have no affiliation with this seller, though I have bought from him in the past and the transactions have always gone smoothly. http://cgi.ebay.com/BRUNELLO-CUCINEL...lenotsupported He's also got a few nice Lambertson Truex items now.
Originally Posted by Mr. Moo
Wow, that bag is almost $3,000. LOADS of options at that price point.
+1. This was my complaint with it from the start. There is so much good stuff out there in the $1800-2800 range.
By the way, the bag I use every day is this one: http://www.yoox.com/item/YOOX/BILL+A...T/sts/sr_men80 It has been great. For $150 you really can't go wrong. The pictures on Yoox are a pretty bad interpretation of what the bag really is and how the leather looks/feels in "real life". The handles can be extended for use as a shoulder bag, but I usually keep them at briefcase length. It has swallowed a ton of stuff (thatswhatshesaid) and keeps its shape nicely when not filled. If you need a briefcase for any business purpose, give it a shot.