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THE LATEST PROJECT FROM DESIGNER, STYLIST AND CREATIVE CONSULTANT, CHRISTIAN STROBLE, IS AN
EDITED COLLECTION OF LEATHER BAGS, CRAFTED
WITH THE CONTEMPORARY CONSUMER IN MIND.
STROBLE'S AESTHETIC IS BUILT UPON CONTRASTS:
CLASSIC SILHOUETTES ARE RENDERED WITH A LIVED
IN WEATHERED AND TACTILE SENSIBILITY. 

FAMILIAR SHAPES LIKE THE WEEKENDER, BRIEFCASE, TOTE AND MESSENGER ARE MADE OF RICH, UNLINED LEATHERS AND ARE PRODUCED DOMESTICALLY, THUS MARRYING UTILITY & BEAUTY. "I DON'T WANT THEM TO FEEL PRECIOUS," STROBLE SAYS OF THE LINE.  

"I WANT MY BAGS TO FEEL LIKE YOUR FAVORITE
LEATHER JACKET. IT SHOULD TELL A STORY ABOUT
YOUR PAST, PRESENT & FUTURE." 

THE COLLECTION CENTERS ON A STREAMLINED YET
SLOUCHY DESIGN ETHOS, WHICH IMBUES THE BAGS
WITH A CASUAL LUXURIOUSNESS, OFFSET BY
ANTIQUED METAL HARDWARE.  
 
AS A STYLIST, STROBLE RELIES HEAVILY ON SUCH ACCESSORIES FOR HIS WORK AND SEEKS TO CREATE SOMETHING THAT IS STRUDY, LIGHTWEIGHT, SUBTLE, PRAGMATIC & MASCULINE: ALL OF WHICH INFORMED HIS APPROACH TO THE DEBUT COLLECTION. 

 

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