Japanese imprints TOGA PULLA and PORTER have joined together to announce a range of bags to be released at PORTER STAND’s Shinagawa Station location in Tokyo, Japan. TOGA PULLA’s mother-label TOGA originally started in 1997 by designer Yasuko Foruta, who later expanded to her more accessible, everyday-wear line TOGA PULLA. The newly announced collaborative effort will incorporate three bag variations for TOGA PULLA’s Spring/Summer 2019 ”TRUNK SHOW” capsule, which will include a BONSAC, a mesh bag, and a bum bag-inspired belt bag.
The BONSAC will arrive in khaki and black iterations, featuring a 3WAY function that allows for transformability and various ways to utilize the bag. The latter models will arrive in red, khaki, and black. The mesh bag is a relatively new addition to PORTER’s line up, offering a shoulder strap design with an attached mesh-constructed bag on the exterior; the bag is rounded off with a tonal leather strap donning TOGA PULLA’s Americana-inspired silver-tone metal detailing. The belt bag offers similar design cues, placing bold leather and metal detailing on the front exterior, as well as incorporating a belt-like adjustable buckle.
Take a look at the various pieces above. The bags will be on sale at PORTER STAND’s Shinagawa Station location from March 30 to April 22. The retail prices are set between ¥29,000 JPY to ¥37,000 JPY (approximately $262 USD to $335 USD).
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