Amanda Huynh

Based on traditional Japanese furoshiki cloths and wrapping techniques, Knot can be used as both a laptop case and as a scarf. A pattern of small felt triangles is sealed between a coloured cotton layer and a water-resistant nylon layer. This pattern in the material allows Knot to accommodate the corners of a laptop as well as provide interesting form as a garment.

Available at Walrus in Vancouver.

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