nunc Creates Functional Pieces for the Urban Man

Travel lightly.

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Koki Furuya, along with designerMichio Mizuno from master-piece, recently launched nunc placing focus on providing utilitarian bags and accessories. The origin of the label’s name “nunc” means “now” in Latin. It was chosen to convey the brand’s guiding design principle of examining what is needed now. The result is a collection of fiber nylon accessories with detachable pockets and deconstructed compartments. The range includes backpacks, messengers and document cases. One highlight of the offering is the Traveler’s Backpack with army green lining retailing for 28,000 yen or approximately $254 USD.

Scroll through the lookbook above and view the collection below now available on nunc.com’s webstore.

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