Nendo show no signs of slowing, adding yet another collaborative project to their impressive portfolio. Italian luggage maker, Fabbrica Pelletterie Milano, are the latest brand to receive the Nendo treatment, the 70-year-old firm no strangers to a joint project having created unique carriers with designers such as Marcel Wanders and Stefano Giovannoni. This latest release, the "Kame" ("tortoise" in Japanese) cabin case, plays to all of Nendo's strengths, combining simplicity and functionality with a playful, "pop" aesthetic. A fabric soft-case/polycarbonate hard-shell hybrid, the cushioned front can be opened from the top or side, allowing you to pack with ease or reach inside whilst on the go. A fitted TSA approved lock comes with a durable extending cable, allowing you to secure your bag to a post or rail, as well as a cheerful dial which swaps the zero for smiley faces, because security can be fun, right guys? Available in four colours: shiro white, sun orange, eclipse blue, and wasabi green, keep an eye on the Fabbrica Pelletterie website for release details.

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