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The Lock Bag

First seen on the Autumn Winter 2020 runway in Paris, dunhill introduces the Lock Bag – a new house icon celebrating the old guard meeting the avant-garde.

An interplay of House heritage and contemporary elegance, this timeless piece takes inspiration from the classic attaché case; a symbol of British executive style.

Inherently dunhill in its DNA, a solid frame maintains the structured shape, lined with padded nylon to protect the contents inside. Produced in smooth and luxurious box calf leather, this durable material ages well over time allowing each bag to develop its own individual patina and character. Complementing the AW20 collection in a choice of black, ink or oxblood.

Inspired by the textures and finishes of the iconic dunhill Rollagas lighters, as well as 1970s archive packaging, two unique metallic styles are also available in AD brass and AD silver; a collision of tradition and subversion. Produced in limited numbers and manually assembled from four laser cut panels, these exclusive metal bags showcase the signature barley and dunhill longtail logo patterns, recontextualising these motifs for a modern audience.

Each style features a polished brass lock drawn from the archive; reimagined with the founding year of the House and engraved longtail logo. The perfect size to carry the largest iPhone alongside your other daily essentials, a removable shoulder strap adds flexibility as either a cross-body or pochette; utility transformed into elegance.

Part of the wider Lock Collection, alternative styles include the messenger bag and attaché case.

Launching in September 2020, the Lock Bag ranges from: £1,350 – £2,595.

AN INTERPLAY OF HOUSE HERITAGE AND CONTEMPORARY ELEGANCE

A COLLISION OF TRADITION AND SUBVERSION