Eastpak Raf Simons 2008 Fall/Winter Collection

The inaugural Eastpak Raf Simons bag team up pushed the boundaries of conventional backpack stylings as over 50 styles with diverse price points were featured. While some bags emanating from the creative thoughts of Belgian designer Raf Simons bordered on the edge of conventionality, the follow-up series from Eastpak Raf Simons features what appears to be more traditional bags over 18 styles. Price points range from €80 – €100 EUR (approximately $124 USD – $155 USD). Source: Canoeblog

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The inaugural Eastpak Raf Simons bag team up pushed the boundaries of conventional backpack stylings as over 50 styles with diverse price points were featured. While some bags emanating from the creative thoughts of Belgian designer Raf Simons bordered on the edge of conventionality, the follow-up series from Eastpak Raf Simons features what appears to be more traditional bags over 18 styles. Price points range from €80 – €100 EUR (approximately $124 USD – $155 USD).

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