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Bellroy Premium Collection

Bellroy has released a new Premium Collection, featuring leather upgrades to three of the brand’s most popular bag styles. The Sling, Classic Backpack and Tokyo Tote have all received striking new details utilising environmentally-certified leather, sourced from gold-rated Leather Working Group tanneries.

“We designed our Premium bags for those who take pleasure in fine aesthetic detail,” says Bellroy designer Rowan Dinning. “That bit of extra care makes all the difference. We even specially developed a leather for this that’s softer and more robust than our wallet leather, with extra body to hold its shape.”

In terms of features, the bags retain the same functions as their classic counterparts, including the expandable storage of the Sling, the unique pocketing system of the Tokyo Tote, and the timeless styling with extra organisation of the Classic Backpack.

bellroy.com / rushfaster.com.au

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