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Contemporary London-based design house Scott Fraser has launched its ‘Service Holdall’ – a carry-all cultivated by inherent modernism, a reminiscent thematic and an aspirational aesthetic.

Inspired by the traditional British tradesman, Fraser’s holdall promotes a rustic 1940s tool bag with an exterior crafted using a single Italian vegetable tanned calf-skin – a leather that will wear, soften and patinate uniquely.

With a focus very much upon detailing, Fraser enthuses its utility luggage with a flapped opening (complete with an inter-locking strap system), an unlined interior, punctured metal studs, and double layer grab handles, as well as strap braces on the reverse to ultimately accommodate an umbrella.

Available in all-black and brown, each bag is manufactured on a per-order basis, up-holding Fraser’s simple ethos in providing both a bespoke product and service.

The Scott Fraser Service Holdall is available now via the Scott Fraser E-store, priced at £299.

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