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Not sure who that is but I think it may make sense if it carries technical diagrams or drawings.
post #13067 of 13072

That was my first thought, too, and about the only context it makes sense.

 

A tailor. I doubt he is carrying draftings to and from the office.

I think this is some item their shop is pushing. All of his associates seen carrying extremely oversized underarm folios.

 

post #13068 of 13072
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Originally Posted by Joffrey View Post

Not sure who that is but I think it may make sense if it carries technical diagrams or drawings.

 

I think that it's one of the Park family, from BnTailor in South Korea.

post #13069 of 13072
Park Jungyul, the father and founder.

Definitely have noticed the large folio/briefcase/bag trend. That being said, it looks very nice if less than practical.
post #13070 of 13072

And here I am trying to commission the world's most miniscule briefcase to carry my cybernetic computer extension and a stick of gum. 

Funny how the more humanity develops the possibility of hands-free travel, the more drawn people are to carrying things like pack mules.

post #13071 of 13072
Just commission a pocket.
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That would mess up the lines of the suit.

 

Actually the cybernetic doohickey comes with a full-sized keyboard, so not quite pocketable. Should I just get one of these?

https://www.fundable.com/flipcase-international-llc

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