THE HISTORICAL ACCESSORIES BRAND COLLABORATES WITH THE YOUNG FRENCH COMPANY
Koché x Eastpak is a collaboration that tastes of freedom. It is young. Some would say cool. And obviously in full urban style. So, the place to wear it is the city, its streets. Its meetings and appointments; aperitifs and shopping days.
The collection reinterprets some of the most iconic pieces of Eastpak, proposing them in a multifaceted mix of textures with the hexagonal shape of the soccer ball with visible stitching. The line consists of three variants: Koché Black with multifabric patchwork, the Koché Multi inspired by the texture of the soccer ball and the embossed snake effect.
Eastpak’s iconic Padded Pak’r is reinvented in the Koché Black and Koché Multi colors, with contrast stitching. In addition, the backpack is equipped with a comfortable backrest, padded shoulder straps and a front zippered pocket to have essential items within reach. Inside there is a compartment of padded technical fabric specially designed to safely store your laptop. The Koché x Eastpak logo is embroidered on the front pocket. The Orbit model is the mini version.
We then move on to Koché Springer which reinterprets the Eastpak classic. Practical and functional thanks to the internal pocket and its pouch to store all small objects, the pouch can be worn in various ways, using the adjustable belt.
Finally, the classic Kerr by Eastpak, reinvented in the Koché Black version, is made with a mix and match of multifabric fabrics and contrast stitching. The front pocket opens with a practical snap button. In addition, the long handles and the practical shoulder strap allow you to wear the tote bag in many ways.
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