Paris-based accessories label Côte&Ciel is especially regarded for its progressive approach to bags, with silhouettes such as the Nile and Isar backpacks representing the upper crust of protective functional goods. It makes sense then, that the presentation of its pieces would be similarly striking. Here we find the brand tapping the talents of one Nas Abraham to highlight its new “Memo” collection. As the collection is meant to show the more minimal, accessible side of Côte&Ciel’s design aesthetic, Abraham’s visuals play up the natural movement of the bags by adding physical drips, growths and explosions. These dynamic embellishments help underline the boldness of the designs while adding an atypical friendliness. Check out Abraham’s playful imagery above and head over to Côte&Ciel’s site to purchase something from the collection.