Inspired by ancient Japanese armour, the Riss messenger bag has been given a twenty-first century update in lightweight blue, black and grey nylons. Designed to be worn close to the body, either over the shoulder or across the back, it accommodates devices up to 13” in its integral padded computer pocket.
Tired shoulders? Even the most hardened explorer doesn’t wear a pack 24/7, so when you down tools, easy access is important. One detail often overlooked by other manufacturers is the grab handle on the top of the bag. On the Isar rucksack, our version is designed to be both sturdy and comfortable to hold - giving you the confidence to unzip the main compartment with the minimum of fuss
Who said a purse should be worn on the wrist or at the elbow? The versatile Riss messenger bag, (pictured here in a black coated canvas) easily stores the necessities of daily life and a laptop of up to 13” in its integral padded pocket. Next time you need to take your work home with you, feel unencumbered thanks to this clever design.
We interviewed a film director and an illustrator, Daniel Brereton (Pictured here with côte&ciel Loire weekender bag) to hear all about his videos for musicians such as Erol Alkan and Connan Mockasin. Follow the link to read the article! http://www.coteetciel.com/en-GB/stories/read/inside-the-bag-inside-the-life-with-daniel-brereton_id-6609 Photography by Claudia Burotti
Do the twist. The crossover straps of the Ganges rucksack (seen here in a hardwearing coated denim) are inspired by the traditional Japanese furoshiki - a traditional cloth that is still used across Asia for wrapping everyday items
All the best things come in small packages. Conceived for city living, the Isar Small rucksack in a tactile Memory Tech fabrication is just wide, deep and high – yet can comfortably house a laptop of up to
Inside the Bag Inside the Life. Icelandic perfumer and multi-media artist @andreamaack talks Northern Lights, tundra, and why sometimes travel can help you value what’s truly important at home. Coming this Sunday on the côte&ciel website, link in bio. Photography by @benjaminhardman via Instagram with thanks.
Whether you’ve got a mountain to climb or it’s all plain sailing ahead, the versatility of the Tigris Alias from côte&ciel is adaptable for every eventuality – after all it’s based on a design worn by mountaineers in the nineteenth century.