Our luxurious and contemporary Nete bag pays homage to the origin of the duffel bag with roots that trace back to the town of Duffel in Belgium, where the fabric used to make the Duffel bag originated. The town of Duffel lies on the River Nete.
Sanskrit for “strip of cloth”, the sari, an elegant garment consisting of several yards of fabric, wrapped around and draped over a woman’s body is the inspiration behind the Indus bag. Roots of the sari trace back to the Indus Valley Civilization.
The Dilmun takes its inspiration from the pearl oysters found off the coast of Bahrain, said to produce the world's purest pearls. Bahrain was once known as the sacred land of Dilmun, the “land of two seas”.
The Otztal is inspired by the first ever coin purse which was discovered on the body of Europe's oldest natural mummy, having lived in about 3,300 B.C. The mummy was found in 1991 in the Otztal Alps, near the Similaun Mountain and Hauslabjoch on the border between Austria and Italy.