Made with 17.5 oz Ugandan canvas, Filson and Apolis’ Philanthropist Briefcase is an initiative to rebuild Uganda’s textile industry and connect those who make it to those who wear it.
Jack Spade’s Wear Utility Brief may be pricey, but this utilitarian bag is designed to last: the paraffin-soaked cotton is mark-proof while the handles are reinforced with rivets.
Hlaska’s Evergreen Briefcase is so-named for its distinctive wood-grain pattern; pick from three ebony, cedar or pine, all of which are embossed on vegetable-dyed Italian leather.
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