Japan's nunc Delivers Slick SS19 Accessories

Trim nylon bags and straps.

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Japan’s nunc has been quietly producing high-end, genderless accessories bags for a handful of years, with its first collection only launching in Fall/Winter 2017. For Spring/Summer 2019, the label serves up more versatile carryalls, crafted to its usual high standard.

Driven by function, nunc’s signature fabric is a hardwearing, yet lightweight nylon, executed in a multitude of neutral tones and accented by plenty of zippers, adjustable straps and deep pockets. nunc means “now” in Latin, which underlines the brand’s desire to create immediately useful accessories, including daypacks, backpacks, shoulder bags, lanyards, key straps and even leather wallets, blending necessity with style.

This season sees the young label serving up beige items alongside its usual black accessories, with pouches and passport cases all realized in earthy tones. Hidden details appear throughout: wallets sport a multitude of miniature pockets and zipper closure, while carrying straps utilize sturdy metal snaps to ensure a sturdy bond.

Keep an eye on nunc’s web store and stockists like END. to host the latest collection shortly. Learn more about the young label via the video below.

For a more luxe take on the daily tote, check out Gucci’s logo-emblazoned SS19 messenger bag.

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