Taking the name of the Canadian town where their great-grandparents homesteaded, brothers Jamie and Lyndon Cormack have been designing practical bags and travel goods under the name Herschel Supply Co. since 2009. Their products pay homage to the family's history, with many of their bags and accessories outfitted with retro-utilitarian designs and military surplus aesthetics. And lately, they've been collaborating with a number of great brands.
Streetwear heavyweight Stussy has partnered with Herschel on a number of occasions and for the fall, the "Dot" collection features bags combining a polka dot printed canvas accented with sporty panels of heathered sweatshirt material.
But it's not just bags. They've also released a number of items intertwined with American footwear mainstay New Balance—offering some of the shoe maker's most rugged models mixed with Herschel's signature paisley lining. The fall collection features three new colorways complete with coordinated backpacks engineered with some clever details. After all, combining style and practicality is what Herschel is all about.
420 sneaker, $80