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Duffel bags are elevated by quilt-stitching that recalls the interior of a vintage automobile
 

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Fall 2014

 

While the garage isn’t often associated with high style, this season’s apparel and accessories borrow freely from exceptional automobile design. Taking cues from classic interiors, carryalls are crafted from supple two-toned black and tan leather and feature quilt-stitching. Sunglasses with marbleized temples mimic the wooden dashboard and trim found in vintage cars, giving an old-school look to eyewear. Folios and briefcases made from carbon fiber recall the high-gloss exteriors of some of the world’s most luxurious cars, and the unexpected material provides a more durable alternative to traditional canvas or nylon. And if you want to replicate street-racer style from head to toe, don’t forget to lay the foundation with a modern moto jacket and a tough black jean. The end result is a sleek, handsome look worthy of the fast lane.

Retro Sunglasses Café Biker Jacket Grover Leather Boot
Cashmere Crewneck Sweater Quilted Leather Duffel Bag Carbon Fiber Briefcase
Carbon-Fiber Zip Folio Slim-Fit Midnight Stretch Jean
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