Stussy utility mini brief bag

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Man bags are a tricky thing to get right. These days we seem to have so much portable gear (mobile phone, iPod, PSP, digital camera, wallet etc.) that a small ‘day bag’ is an essential item. If you find that the pockets on your Levi 501s aren’t big enough, then we highly recommend Stussy’s mini utility bag as a perfect …

Oki-Ni Freitag messenger bag

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You don’t have to be a messenger to get the most out of this limited edition Oki-Ni Freitag messenger bag. It’s got enough secret pockets to hide most of your worldly possessions – illegal drugs, your iPod, little black book etc. and it looks rather good too. It’s cut by hand in Zurich (by Swiss Oompa Loompas?), hence the £115 …

Five hip holdalls

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The bag you carry says as much about you as the clothes you wear. Don’t buy a duffer, pick up one of these five holdalls and you’ll really look the part at the gym or when you’re staying over for a weekend. 1. Eddie Mulder Tribute bag Eddie Mulder was a 60s dirt track rider, the first man to wear …

The Magpie Cafe, Whitby

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There are few places outside of London that are featured on ‘must eat at’ restaraunts. One name that always crops up is the legendary Magpie Cafe in Whitby, a small fishing town in Yorkshire. The Magpie has been in business since 1939, and is less focused on style, and wholeheartedly into making great food. The cafe overlooks the stunning harbour, …

Wallet 2.0

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It was inevitable really: following the boom in Web 2.0 hype, canny product manufacturers are applying the 2.0 magic to, well, any object that’s a bit more advanced than its predecessors. As you would. Take the Wallet 2.0, so named because it uses refill sheets inside, like a Filofax. It comes with five of them, to hold notes, coins, ID …