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Master-Piece Spring/Summer 2011

Three new subtly-detailed backpacks for trips around town and beyond

by Ami Kealoha
on 06 January 2011

For an impromptu weekend trip or to get your Spring bag game tight early, Japanese label Master-piece's latest collection includes a handful of backpacks that add under-the-radar styling and surprising details.


The Over V4 Tyrol (starting at £180) keeps it classic with blue canvas, tan suede and a subtle Navajo-print stripe accent that suggests a family trip to Yosemite in the '80s.


A new take on the roll-top—a variation on a school-age look that the fashion world has increasingly adopted of late—mixes nylon with suede for a monchrome bag with lots of useful pockets (£185). The fuschia hue makes a good choice for a tropical climate or any situation that calls for an unexpected jolt of color.


For a stealth look with a twist, Master-piece does timeless camo (£170) in a montone navy colorway with navy suede accents. Complimenting any minimalist look well, the roomy bag has two compartments that would make it a good everyday pick.

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