RiutBag X35 puts travel security and flexibility first. It uses a unique origami folding mechanism to change capacity when a traveller needs more or less space. Just one travel bag can be used in compact mode for the commute or expanded to maximum airline cabin allowance. It is built for the solo traveller, commuter and airline passenger. RiutBag X35 is secure by design: its zips are hidden against the wearer's back, so it is automatically secure every time it is used.
The solution-dyed fibres, made of tuft-patterned loops, withstand even the most stubborn stains and, at the same time, are resistant against strong cleaning and bleaching agents. The robust solution-dyed yarn stands out with its high light fastness and can also be produced in single batches for large commercial spaces. With highest-durability ECONYL® fibres to please the environment for many years, as the top material is made of 100% recycled material, such as from discarded fishnets.
In Zaiyong Fa's childhood, people used to pack up their luggage with leather straps when they traveled, it was a good way to prevent the luggage from breaking up during the trip. This element is applied to the suitcase: the front shape of a hashtag, like straps that are used to pack up luggage, and the "X" pattern at the intersection is like a sewing thread. These unique elements enable this suitcase to be quickly identified among other products during the trip.
Just like typewriters’ design evolution shows the transformation from a highly complex visual form to the clean-lined, simple geometric form, Qwerty-elemental is the embodiment of strength, symmetry, and simplicity. Constructive steel parts made by various craftsmen are distinctive visual feature of the product, which gives the bag an architectonic appearance. The essential peculiarity of the bag are two typewriter’s keys which are self manufactured and assembled by the designer herself.
This design tells about the Great Silk Road, a unique social phenomenon when the East became acquainted with the West and both worlds were enriched with knowledge of each other. Each item in the collection is made of natural fabrics and manually decorated with silk ribbons. Each item is a postcard from different places and tells its own story. Here you can see the rice terraces of China, and night in the Japanese garden, and patterns of wind on the sands in the desert, and feel the coolness of oases.
This graceful outfit is designed with Tang Dynasty and Malaysian Chinese culture in mind. As they all know that Malaysia is a multi-racial country, so this outfit is tailored to specifically reflect the problem in their society. Nowadays, some of Malaysian Chinese don’t even know how to speak Chinese, or even write their own name in Chinese. So in this collection, the outfit is telling them never to forget their mother tongue and most importantly, who they are and what they represent.
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