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What started as a search for the ultimate carry-on bag has evolved into a full line of minimalist accessories focused on leather goods for men, women and travel.

Collections erupt from simple shapes, like a diamond, a teardrop or a post-minimalist sculpture. The style is decidedly auto-referential and bold. A pure concept is the vehicle used to
create durable, unconventional and timeless pieces detached from seasonal fads. Taking inspiration from shapes, rather than trends, provides freedom to be independent. The aim is a lasting experience and a more iconic expression -- untied from today's fast fashion. Confident girls, like Claire Danes and Gwyneth Paltrow, were early adopters of the line.

All bags are produced in limited editions in New York City.
The signature German Buckminster leather is aniline dyed. The hardware is custom made in the NYC Diamond District. Linings are in an Italian cotton/cashmere blend or suede.

The line, founded in 2006, is the synthesis of two. Alexandra Gross is a native of Manhattan with Russian and Colombian roots. She specialized in tailoring at FIT. Mikkel Hansen is a Danish journalist turned creative entrepreneur. He has traveled extensively, which finally brought him to his home in New York.

The initial carry-on bag is still in use.




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