J’adore | Antiatoms leather “paper bag” clutch

The entire blogosphere (and some magazine editors, as well) have been salivating over the Jil Sander luxe leather paper bag clutch that Raf Simons sent down the runway at the mens fall/winter 2012 fashion show. For some reason, there is something so desirable and must-ownable about everyday staples given the Midas touch (remember Louis Vuitton’s much-coveted high-end grocery shopper from spring 2007?).

Well, Spanish fashion collective Antiatoms have designed a collection of “rudimentary packaging with a contemporary aesthetic” that includes a leather bag with roll top ($178, Present London).

In addition to the roll top leather sack Antiatoms have also designed leather laptop and iPad cases (from $113 to $194) that look like manila envelope which would make the perfect clutch and a very sold out leather tote bag that looks like a paper shopping bag.

J’adore…

Thanks to Marcus Kan of À La Mode for the heads up these amazing products.

-Septembre

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About Septembre

Septembre Anderson is a passionate journalist, cultural critic and public intellectual. Her work has appeared in Flare, FASHION Magazine, TheKit.ca, Complex Canada, Vice Canada and Huffington Post Canada.
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4 Responses to J’adore | Antiatoms leather “paper bag” clutch

  1. Deanna says:

    I love it! A bit expensive for me right now, but I love the style! Thanks Septembre, I don’t know how you find these things!

    • Septembre says:

      Thanks Deanna. While spending 95% off your waking hours on the internet helps in unearthing some really cool stuff these particular products came from a friend’s internet obsession.

  2. camillabehrens says:

    Smart and amazing design. I really want that laptop case!

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