African Backpack from Vlisco and Eastpack

Eastpak joins forces with Vlisco’s DNA to make a beautiful african backpack with a Vlisco wax hollandais african print fabric called “speed bird”. With this beautiful bag, you can alway carry a part of africa with you. (what a great way to remember where you’re from!)

Using “speed bird” print, Vlisco and Eastpak colorful bag comes in two color version green and red with a matching picnic blanket.

 

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Their created this special limited-edition collection by teaming up with reowned Antwerp based designer and Eastpak Artist Studio artist, Harvey Bouterse to produce a limited edition collection of backpacks made from Vlisco’s famous “wax Hollandais” fabric. Harvey’s designs incorporate a classic Vlisco print in two color versions limited to 300 numbered pieces each. As an added extra, each backpack also comes with a matching picnic blanket.

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This amazing backpack will be available June 15th. (warring it’s a limited edition)

The joint initiative between Eastpak and Vlisco is part of a series of unique collaborations. As the name suggests, each collection will be “Inspired by the World of” some of the most celebrated fabric designers and manufacturers from around the globe. Each with their own rich heritage, iconic personality and unique story to tell. And one that will be carried all over the world thanks to Eastpak.

You can purchase this bag now: More inquiries on EastPak.com

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The design of this limited edition collection was inspired by a famous Vlisco print, originally entitled “speedbird”. Capturing the spirit of both the old world and the new, this print was once adopted by Air Afrique, a local airline based in Togo, as the uniform for its stewards and stewardesses. And now, thanks to this unique collaboration with Eastpak and Harvey Bouterse, this archived print is taking to the skies once more.

Fabric: 100% Cotton / Warranty: 2 years / Volume: 21L / Dimensions: 49x28x18.

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  1. I don’t really see mleysf wearing a back pack. But i do like the set of colores here: gray, gray, still another shade of gray (ok, one might also refer to this one as black) and then some tan leather from shoulder pads adding color to it all. Love it!

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