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Design Headlines featuring great design, architecture, fashion, graphics and innovation from across the globe.

 

Cross

This simple metal buckle is a basic design that traces the ability of the buckle to secure the belt. It is characterized by passing a band of two width in the long side and the short side. They suggest more efficient manufacturing methods. For example, with a buckle and cut leather, you can make products without using a machine. Bands and buckles make for a minimum waist belt configuration. In addition, it can be expanded to products such as bags. They are small and simple parts, but discipline the manufacturing method and design.

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Mina

The epitome of quick and easy elegance. This clutch is versatile because you can dress it up, or dress it down; formal business, casual business, athleisure - meet your everyday go-to bag, the mina clutch. This bag is unique due to its sleek design with a secure magnetic flap, that sure to keep all of your personal belongings contained. You can hold this bag as a clutch, or wear it around your wrist. The bag itself is created with smooth, real leather, making it both durable and fashionable.

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AllRoad TiX

The initial idea behind AllRoad's TiX design was to try and solve a permanent dilemma iPhone owners often encounter: having to choose between keeping the beauty of their iPhone intact and protecting it in a very efficient way. To reach that goal, AllRoad used exception and technical materials: - Titanium, for its purity, resistance and lightness; - Kevlar, which acts like a shield and which keeps the wireless charging functionality intact; - BluShock, a brand new shock absorber material created by AllRoad, which neutralizes more than 95% of impacts' kynetic energy.

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Le Morne Lunch Box

Takeout has a whole new meaning once you set eyes on the Le Morne Lunch Box. It is the playful bag you never knew you wanted. Inspired by the ladies who brunch in New York City, Le Morne is the bag you want to have on you when going to the beach or Central Park. Carry the bag by the handle or wear it cross body for hands-free exploring, concrete jungle style.

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Tsutsumu

"Tsutsumu" was brought to life based on the Japanese custom of wrapping items carefully, such as "furoshiki (a piece of cloth used to wrap objects)" and "noshibukuro (a envelope used for gifts of money)". It is made by folding a piece of high-quality leather - beautifully, like origami - without using a piece of fastening material.Tsutsumu is designed to gently wrap users' important business cards. It is a palm-size masterpiece that looks stylish in business situations while also expressing users' elegance.

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The Check In

The Arlo Skye Check-in was designed thinking primarily on the user experience. The size that allows the traveller to maximize packing but keeping the weight in limit within airline regulations. A zipper-less design was engineered in an unbreakable polycarbonate shell with an aluminum frame and corners to protect against travel wounds. It's perfect for a 1-3 week trip. It has an anti-microbial interior lining and 60 mm wide whisper-quiet wheels that allow you to glide through the airport.

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