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Gucci is set to drop a range of intricately detailed backpacks, including one with hand-embroidered appliqués similar to those seen in its FW16 collection.

The assortment includes four “techpacks,” all of which come equipped with a techno canvas, a mesh back, a black nylon lining, a drawstring inside closure, a flap outside closure, and multiple pockets. The bags are available in black, blue and green colorways, but the highlight of the array is a black version adorned with embroidered appliqués, including a tiger, flowers, and the words “l’aveugle par amour,” which translates to “blind for love.”

All of the Gucci “techpacks” are made in Italy, and are available for pre-order now.

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Daniel is the editor of Highsnobiety Life. He grew up in north of England and is now based in Berlin.

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