Bags & Scarves
Bags & Scarves
Prominently displayed accessories, bags and scarves allow the wearer to display his or her design sensibility while being functional at the same time. Luminaire's curated range of bags for laptops, phones and leisure, along with innovative scarves all feature stunning displays of ingenuity and distinctive designs. Whether looking at bags from Naoto Fukasawa's breathtaking
Siwa collection
, which are made from traditional Japanese paper, or Elke Walter's intriguing folded silk scarf, each item incites an emotional response.
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/images/products/thumbs/714.jpg Incorporating a variety of colors and materials from remnants left after furniture production, the Amarimono Tote unites these disparate elements in a unique and one-of-a-kind bag. Produced in Asahi, a region long known for its furniture and silk production, the bag is a synthesis of the area’s legacies. Amarimono Tote Bag Showa Shoji Company
/images/products/thumbs/555.jpg Inspired by motifs from the plant world, botanical collections and british horticulture, textile designer Margarete Hausler creates pieces that are fabricated using traditional craft skills. Her Dip-Dye Tote Bag, made of Lithuanian linen, features a hand applied color gradient using dye from mineral pigment. Dip-Dye Tote Bag Margarete Häusler
/images/products/thumbs/615.jpg Built for function and mobility, the Dot_Com iPad Shoulder Bag features compartments and safe storage for your tablet, smartphone and other everyday essentials. High tenacity nylon and soft-tough polyurethane make the entire range lightweight and ultra-durable. Dot_Com iPad Shoulder Bag Nava Design
/images/products/thumbs/616.jpg Holding all your daily essentials from tech gadgets to wallet and keys with ease, Nava's Dot_Com Messenger bag unites function and mobility. The attractive bag is made of high tenacity nylon and soft-tough polyurethane which makes the entire range lightweight and ultra-durable. Dot_Com Messenger Bag Nava Design
/images/products/thumbs/608.jpg Using Kai silk from the Yamanashi prefecture in Japan, Hengen's Silk Scarf is a luxurious textile that comes encapsulated in a specially made wooden case. Once removed from the case, the scarf features folds and wrinkles that add distinct texture and interest to the natural silk. Hengen Silk Scarf Hengen
/images/products/thumbs/221.jpg Constructed without any stitching, Stephan Diez's Kuvert series of utilitarian bags are made from high-quality polyester that have been coated with PVC and welded together. The series features flat, geometric shapes with rounded corners and a lightweight design. Kuvert Backpack Stefan Diez
/images/products/thumbs/222.jpg Constructed without any stitching, Stephan Diez's Kuvert Casual Bag is made from high-quality polyester that has been coated with PVC and welded together. The shoulder bag features flat, geometric shapes with rounded corners and a lightweight design. Kuvert Medium Casual Bag Stefan Diez
/images/products/thumbs/296.jpg Working from a rectangular piece of fabric, without pattern, German fashion designer Elke Walter crafts visually stunning scarves. The raw form is given life by adding volume through repetitious folds through a technique developed by the designer. Make My Day Scarf Elke Walter
/images/products/thumbs/386.jpg The image of the cocoon capsulated scarf, Hengen's Mayu Capsule Scarf's design references the archetypal form of an aircraft in transit. Exuding a sense of traveling and protection from the cold, the scarf provides the wearer with a gentle cornering for the neck. Mayu Capsule Scarf Hengen
/images/products/thumbs/306.jpg An innovative combination of traditional craft and contemporary design, Naoto Fukasawa has partnered with Onao, one of Japan's oldest paper manufacturers for the Siwa collection of bags and accessories. With an understated design, the Paper Briefcase highlights its unique material. Siwa Paper Briefcase Naoto Fukasawa
/images/products/thumbs/303.jpg An innovative combination of traditional craft and contemporary design, Naoto Fukasawa has partnered with Onao, one of Japan's oldest paper manufacturers for the Siwa collection of bags and accessories. Versatile and sturdy, the Square Tote makes a perfect everyday companion. Siwa Paper Square Tote Bag Naoto Fukasawa
/images/products/thumbs/304.jpg An innovative combination of traditional craft and contemporary design, Naoto Fukasawa has partnered with Onao, one of Japan's oldest paper manufacturers for the Siwa collection of bags and accessories. Perfect for carrying small items like eyeglasses, the Small Pouch holds essentials items that can easily get lost in a larger bag. Siwa Small Paper Pouch Naoto Fukasawa
/images/products/thumbs/598.jpg Made with the urban utilitarian in mind, the hardwearing Street 2.0 iPad Shoulder Bag will see you through the hustle and bustle of the city in understated style. An unstructured and contemporary bag by Italian designer Sabina Betti is the result of material research and juxtapositions of fabrics. Street 2.0 iPad Shoulder Bag Sabina Betti
/images/products/thumbs/613.jpg Designed for life on go, Makio Hasuike's Urban Backpack is a stylish and practical way to store everyday essentials as you commute through the city on bicycle. Comfort and convenience combine in this innovative and thoughtful bag for the modern urban commuter. Urban Backpack Makio Hasuike
/images/products/thumbs/614.jpg Part of Makio Hasuike's Urban line of modern accessories designed for city bicycling, the Flat Briefcase carries everyday essentials with ease. With storage for your iPad and small laptop, the case features practical storage in a unique design. Urban Flat Briefcase Makio Hasuike