Dunhill x Andrew Harper Traveller Collection

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For Summer 2009, Dunhill has worked with acclaimed travel guru Andrew Harper to create Traveller, a concise range of luggage designed with the maverick gentleman in mind who demands both form and function on any continent.

Through the collaboration, offerings include a document case and holdall as well as a rucksack. As part of this unique collaboration, Dunhill have also created a limited edition Andrew Harper membership set that allows customers to take advantage of Harper’s travel service and much more.

GQ Department Store at Japan’s Estnation

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Courtesy of hypebeast, GQ is looking to open their their new retail space beginning at Japan’s Estnation. The store will feature three floors broken down into various departments including International fashion designers, golf wardrobe and business attire. Further details regarding the project will follow within the coming weeks.

IF Mode Folding Bicycle by Areaware

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Envisioned by designer Mark Sanders, the clean and striking IF Mode is aimed at commuters of the mobile generation who, until now, may have not considered cycling or folding bikes to be an option. IF Mode avoids oily chains, complex tubes with hidden dirt traps, and the clutter of traditional bike features.

Meant for city commuters rather than bicycle warriors, it looks at home folded up on a subway or in an office, like other well designed accessories in your life. It also performs on the street like any lightweight, well-balanced full size bike.

More info and images after the jump.

A.P.C. Tan Leather Weekender

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Available in a light brown finish, this weekend bag by A.P.C. might be good for a four-day weekend as well. It’s larger in size and can carry all your essentials and then some. As simple as it looks on the outside, the interior is fitted with cotton lining and plenty of pockets to hold the little things. The “guitar & dagger”-logo is embossed on the outside. 

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NYC: 2009 Tribeca Film Festival

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Robert De Niro, Jane Rosenthal and Craig Hatkoff founded the Tribeca Film Festival in 2002 following the attacks on the World Trade Center to spur the economic and cultural revitalization of lower Manhattan through an annual celebration of film, music and culture. The Festival’s mission focuses on assisting filmmakers to reach the broadest possible audience, enabling the international film community and general public to experience the power of cinema and promoting New York City as a major filmmaking center.

The 2009 Tribeca Film Festival has Woody Allen and Larry David as the face of the spring festival with some films that are definitely worth watching. Which ones, you ask?

Bamford & Sons Travel Watch Holder

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Bamford & Sons continue their innovative stylings with a custom watch holder. Crafted with anodized aluminum, the watch tube features neoprene lining, integral locking pins, and even a watch strap removal tool. There isn’t much information on the holder yet, but it’s still worth presenting. 

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Killspencer Historical Reserve Collection

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Killspencer’s Historical Reserve Collection is made with an aged coated cotton canvas that’s been preserved for years, originally engineered and used as an optimum performance material in the 1950’s and 1960’s. These pieces are durable and timeless. Each product is individually numbered via letterpress and is meticulously handcrafted in small runs in Los Angeles. 

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GM x Segway: The P.U.M.A. urban travel unit

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The last time we saw a Segway was our local mall’s rent-a-cop commanding authority on his high horse during the PS3 launch a few years back. Since it wasn’t able to make its way into households like the PC, Dean Kamen and company went back to the drawing board and this time with GM by their side. 

Dubbed the Personal Urban Mobility and Accessibility Project, or P.U.M.A. (for now), the self-balancing two-wheeler nearly triples the speed of the original Segway at 35 miles per hour and seats two for a luxurious tours of the city and the P.U.M.A. can apparently talk to surrounding vehicles to avoid collisions so you can do all of that in peace. 

Pricing and release date are still a mystery but the P.U.M.A. is making it’s official debut at the New York Auto Show this week so we’ll be getting more info soon enough. 

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