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Hender Scheme Magazine Bag - Light Brown

$640

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The Hender Scheme Magazine bag is great for storing your favourite japanese magazines, books or as small basket for your throw blanket. The magazine bag would fit seamlessly into any living or bedroom spaces.
Details

W25 x H26cm x D33cm

Handle drop:13cm

Colour: Light brown

Material: Cotton 100% chlorofibre coating and cow leather

Due to the characteristic of natural leather, the colour and texture may vary according to the product. 

Depending on the type of leather, a discolouration or a colour transfer may occur, particularly in wet conditions, the material may cause die migration to other garments. Therefore, please kindly note the following and treat the product carefully:

- Try to avoid getting the product wet or using the product in rain to prevent discolouration and colour transfer to other items. 

- If it gets wet, wipe gently with a lint-free cloth and let it dry in the shade 

- Please be careful of colour transfer from rubbing the product on other clothing. 

About Hender Scheme

Started in 2010 by Ryo Kashiwazaki, the brand has garnered global acclaim for their natural leather reinterpretations of iconic footwear silhouettes. Each one is designed and produced in the historic Asakusa neighbourhood of Tokyo, Japan. They now produce everything from leather puzzles and handbags, to socks and incense.

"Gender" means social and cultural differences about sex, while "sex" refers to physical and biological differences. Hender Scheme proposes a concept which surpasses the "gender" schema based on society, but returns to the idea of "sex" based on one's appearance.

Origin

Japan
Tokyo, Japan
35.6894° N, 139.6917° E

Asakusa retains the vibe of an older Tokyo, with traditional craft shops and street-food stalls along Nakamise Street near the ancient Sensō-ji temple. Mid-19th-century Hanayashiki amusement park has rides and cafes, while riverside Kuritsu Sumida Park hosts regular festivals and firework displays.

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