A closer look: M/S Holdall November 11 2016
The M/S Holdall was created as we felt the fabric collection was lacking a stylish, easy-adaptable holdall that would come in handy on all the occasions where you need to carry a little extra around. The name gave itself away as we had a look at the actual definition of the word Holdall in the dictionary.
In American English; A holdall is a carryall large bag made of cloth or leather, typically with a rectangular base and a zippered opening at the top. Two handles, enable the bag to be carried. Tjeck!
Moving over to British English; A Holdall or occasionally hold-all or carryall is a a large strong bag with handles. Tjeck!
So what had been a working title throughout the designprocess ended up as the most natural name for the style.
The M/S Holdall is equipped with one external pocket on the outside and kept closed by the insignia Mismo snap button on the front.
The two three centimeter wide bridle leather straps make a serious pair of handles, and with a buckle to run the handle through neatly placed on each side there are no excuse of not finding the perfect handle length. This allows you to have shorter handles for carrying it by hand or longer handles for carrying it over the shoulder.
The inside features a long zippered pocket next to an open slide down pocket. On the opposite site we have placed three stitched on open slide down pockets for all the small extras.
The M/S Holdall has perfect carry-on bag size and is sizeable enough to hold-all your essentials. It's a bag going back to the minimalism of being a classic holdall, stripping away - rather than adding on.