Saturday, 3 January 2015

Proenza Schouler PS1 Backpack

Below: New year new start... A Proenza Schouler PS1 Backpack will definitely suffice for me! Anyone together with me on this?:-P
 Below: The back and insides of the PS1 backpack looks just as good as the front. Love this backpack!
Proenza Schouler PS1 Backpack

New year new start. Looking for a new bag to begin afresh for 2015? Here’s my first pick for the new year.

If you have been a Proenza Schouler PS1 bag fan, good news. The iconic PS1 bag now gets a new backpack cousin. Yes, just in time for the backpack craze that gets every brand hopping on the queue to offer their own spin. Not all are successful, but in my opinion, this Proenza Schouler PS1 Backpack gets a thumbs up. Inheriting the iconic styling (from hardware, to flap closure to front pockets), the PS1 backpack is instantly recognisable without blatant branding. That is a plus! No true fashionista need be a walking signboard for any brand. The hardware for PS1, especially the metal buckle has been one of my favourite designs. It is distinctive and yet carries a bit of that industrial street edge, done polished or brushed finishing. So the bag is perfect to glam up or dress down. It is a versatile ‘everyday’ bag design.

The PS1 backpack comes in 2 sizes. The regular version measures 11.5” (29.21cm) length, 15” (38.1cm) height and 7” (17.78cm) depth, with a handy top handle should you need some hand grip. The PS1 XL Backpack is slightly wider but shorter and will be ideal for bigger build guys. Measures  16” (40.64cm) length, 13.5” (34.29cm) height, 7” (17.78cm) depth.

Look out for full leather and suede versions (€1,535) or beautiful jacquard patterned (€1,460 - €1,825) variants. The XL backpack comes in a lightweight nylon and leather combination which is (€1,250). Love these!
Below: Comes in a variety of materials as well as a XL size for those who likes their bags 'BIG':-P
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