Camo is absolutely having a moment right now, but we love how freaking timeless this take is. There’s the classic tote silhouette, the rich brown leather, and the fact that this Swiss camouflage has survived 70 years—it’s from WWII! The bright red lining? It keeps ‘em guessing.
- Handmade in Boston.
- WWII-era Swiss camo salvaged from tarps with red canvas lining, brown cowhide straps and buckle, and brass stud rivet closure.
- Bag measures 18 by 14 by 4 inches with 26-inch-long straps and 3 interior pockets that each measure 6 by 7 ½ inches.
A flea market fanatic’s dream come true.
They’re nearly as rad as the designer herself.