Amsterdam accessories label Atelier de l'Armée has unveiled a first look at its upcoming SS17 bags collection, titled "Metropolis."

Founded by couple Elza Wandler and Joost Doeswijk in 2011, Atelier de l’Armée has quickly made a name for itself by creating well-crafted, premium quality bags that are worth holding onto for a lifetime — rather than just a season or two.

This latest collection was inspired by the working world, and the quality goods upon which we depend to get us from place to place with all of our personal belongings intact. Each bag is made with the "city nomad" in mind, offering both style and function.

The range includes backpacks, holdalls, shoulder bags and more, and each piece is water repellent and comes with enough inner pockets to store your items. Check out the collection above, then head over to the brand's webstore to cop.

In other fashion news, The North Face drops its "Urban Exploration Icons" collection.

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