Omtura backpack

For a long time I have been eyeing on the beautiful creations from Omtura, the Israeli label that creates minimalistic and architectural looking artisanal bags from leather. I read that the designer Anton Edelshtein finds his inspiration sources from shamanism, futurism and urbanism, and that can definitely be seen on the interesting shapes and designs of the bags which almost look like something straight out of a scifi movie.

A week ago I celebrated my birthday and it seems that my wish was granted, as this beautiful grey Omtura backpack found it’s way to my home and into my heart. I’m still in a total awe about it and it’s no wonder that the bag has already gathered many fans and definitely turns heads everywhere I go. Just take a look and you will understand.

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Backpack: Omtura
Wool coat: Area di Barbara Bologna
Asymmetric drop crotch pants / skirt: Area di Barbara Bologna
Cashmere beanie: COS
Wool & silk scarf: Global
Fingerless gloves: Lost & Found
Zip up boots: Guidi

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Lost & found in DC

Lost & Found is one of those brands that I highly appreciate but don’t really come across that often. So far I own a pair of wool/leather gauntlets which are an essential piece of my winter wear, so when this button up shirt (or a light weight blazer when worn open) was brought to my attention, I knew I had to have it. The fit of it is a perfect blend of masculine and feminine, and the construction allows you to wear it multiple ways: What more could you ask for?

Wearing it here on the streets of Washington DC and in front of the White House (tourist galore), which in reality was much smaller than I thought!





Button up shirt: Lost & Found
Tank: Rick Owens
Jeans: Weekday
Boots: Guidi
Bag: D. Jensen

Pictures by: D. Jensen