Available this week as part of the Monocle pop up store offering is a selection of their incredibly successful collaboration with Porter Yashida.
We have selected three styles, all of which are available in olive, navy and black.
The Shorthauler is a great bag for everyday travel - big enough to take a lap top but small enough to carry on any flight.
The Boston is an overnight bag, the perfect size for a weekend away, or longer if you are a proficient packer.
The Tote is also great for that impromptu getaway, a heavy workload or extra shopping.
In keeping with the founder of the Porter Yashida's company principal, all bags are strictly made in Japan by the company's skilled craftsmen using only the very best fabrics and components.
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