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I’m often quietly rooting for Frank Clegg. I bought my first bag from him years ago, when he was doing Lotuff & Clegg with Joe Lotuff. The two have split up now, but in the short time they worked together, Frank designed and produced all of the products. The bag I bought from him was his “Classic English Briefcase,” which you can see in the first few photos below. It was originally sent to me on loan, so I could do a review of it at Put This On, but the bag was so impressive that I asked if I could purchase it outright. The public relations company at the time kindly agreed, and gave it to me at a small discount since the bag had been used as a media sample. 

Despite getting it in used condition, it’s held up beautifully for me. The pebbled grained leather doesn’t scratch easily, and it’s retained the same beautiful deep color as the day I got it. The construction also still feels very solid with the solid brass buckles, rivets, and clips, and despite stuffing this full of heavy books for years and lugging things around for miles, none of the stitching shows any sign of failure. I’ve been so impressed with the briefcase, in fact, that I’ve since bought a couple more of Frank’s bags (at full price) to give as gifts.

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ivyinspired:

Some OOTDs from this week. Getting my iPhone soon so pictures will improve greatly. 

ivyinspired:

Some OOTDs from this week. Getting my iPhone soon so pictures will improve greatly. 

2673miles:

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  1. Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II
  2. Aperture: f/16
  3. Focal Length: 17mm

New York City’s Central Park from Above

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