Contemporary men’s footwear and accessories brand, Harrys of London, is proud to announce the launch of the highly anticipated AW17 collection with its luggage and leather goods capsule available exclusively in Harrods in April.
The British brand known for its unique combination of technical fabrics and designs, brings together a collection which showcases Harrys of London’s signature style details and design functionality.
“I am very pleased about the exclusive launch of the AW17 capsule collection at Harrods and the continuation of our partnership,” said Harrys of London CEO Steven Newey. Discussing the AW17 collection, Newey says that “this season we have really challenged ourselves to bring in new styles and colours while staying true to the brand’s DNA. This is a collection designed for the well-travelled Modern Man who seeks style and functionality”.
The luggage and leather goods capsule includes all the items needed for the man on the move from the new LONDON four-wheel trolley suitcase to the EATON bag and the LYALL washbag, all made with rain and scratch resistant tech leather.
The LONDON trolley comes in navy, bright red and electric blue and features Technogel handle inlays with removable wheels and also comes with a spare wheel inside. For the customer seeking to indulge in luxury exotic leather, the LONDON trolley will also be available in black Siamensis crocodile skin.
Completing the capsule is the SKYDIVE backpack, the first of its kind from Harrys of London. Designed and created in response to customer demand, the SKYDIVE backpack features the brand’s AW17 signature BOLT design with a streamlined silhouette that compliments any body type. The SKYDIVE backpack is constructed also using lightweight tech leather and features tech mesh trims. The addition of Technogel handles and functional pockets makes it the ultimate piece for the smart traveller.
Priced form £345.00, the capsule collection will be available exclusively from Harrods travel department on the store’s second floor from the week commencing 10 April 2017.