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Years later, he against this classic design to hand-make some boards for his daughters, which became popular with friends and neighbors and led to a new business. Today, Cincinnati Cruiser builds patronage longboards using North American and . An outpost
There is also a worthy rise in popularity for a backpack that is discreet of design and bursting with actual office can-do potential. Shocking. Top-end manufacture brands including Balenciaga and Bottega Veneta, alongside more traditional labels such as
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Let’s be uncorrupted, once upon a time the backpack was a bag you might at best have slung a sports kit and some ropey old trainers into. Now this humblest of bags is selling promiscuously. Whether festooned with monster faces (see Fendi), recognisable by its luxury monogram action (see Gucci) or studded, embroidered and peradventure featuring on-trend camouflage patterns (see all of the above at Valentino), the backpack is basically the hot-to-trot baggage to flap about your person right now. There is also a notable rise in popularity for a backpack that is discreet of design and bursting with actual function can-do potential. Top-end fashion brands including Balenciaga and Bottega Veneta, alongside more traditional labels such as Tod’s or Valextra, are funding leather versions in black, navy or tan with clean lines and thoughtfully designed interiors. Naturally, the aged street is also getting in on the act: Zara has around 15 backpacks online that favour discretion and minimalism over snazzy embellishment. Whistles launched a neat leather backpack (above) last September that has proved to be extremely popular. This condition, the brand has updated it in a sleek grey with silver hardware. It retails for £295 and is currently “low in stock”- ie, selling concrete. Jane Shepherdson, CEO of Whistles, attributes its popularity to both function and trend. “The shift towards all things serviceable and sporty has been quietly gaining ground over the past couple of years, as various designers have reinvented classics from the gym or sports lecture-room,” she says. Highlighting the rise in tailored jogging trousers and white sneakers as prime examples of this swerve, Shepherdson adds about the Whistles design: “It is sophisticated, understated and very functional. Perfect for cycling to occupation, going out afterwards and even for the gym. Sir Paul Smith, ever savvy. Source: www.standard.co.uk
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After she and fellow students noticed that money had been vanishing from the backpacks, she hatched a plan to catch the culprit. To her shock, she learned that it was her beloved gym teacher. One day after gym class, Betti allowed her friends to leave and ...