Eastpak X Vetements

Eastpak X Vetements

Versatility (with a capital V)

Fresh from the catwalks of Paris Fashion Week and infused with an extra dose of street cred, this unique collaborative collection between Eastpak and disruptive fashion house VETEMENTS is already making waves across the industry. It forms an integral part of VETEMENTS’ inclusive and multidimensional Spring Summer 2017 collection: a true “homage to the industry” developed in collaboration with 18 world-renowned brands.


The bags developed for the VETEMENTS SS17 collection are made to nest inside one another like Russian dolls.

* Note: while all 3 bags were featured at Paris Fashion Week, only the small and medium sizes are available for purchase.

Eastpak X Vetements

More is more

Each design features VETEMENTS’ signature oversized design elements. Such as the extra-large handle loop and shoulder straps that let you carry the bag either as a shoulder bag or low-sitting backpack.

Eastpak X Vetements

Function in form

The small and medium bags feature an integrated tablet and laptop sleeve respectively. Both feature special Italian-made Lampo zippers and a secret stash pocket to keep your valuables safely tucked away.

Eastpak X Vetements

Selected Retailers

4 / Kuwait

10 Corso Como / Beijing, Milan, Seoul, Shanghai

Addition Adelaide / Tokyo

Alchemist / Miami, Online

A’maree’s / Newport Beach

Anchoret / Beijing

Antonioli / Ibiza, Milan, Online

Apropos / Cologne, Düsseldorf

Ayin / Osaka

Barneys / Beverly Hills, Boston, Las Vegas, New York, San Francisco, Online

Base Blu / Varese

Bernardelli / Mantova, Online

Berne / Bergamo

Beymen / Istanbul

Blake / Chicago

Blondie / Finale Ligure

Boon the shop / Seoul

Boutique Roma / Zurich

Browns / London, Online

Brown Thomas / Dublin

Cahier D’Exercices / Montreal, Online

Club 21 / Bangkok, Singapore

Colette / Paris, Online

Day & Night / St. Petersburg

Deliberti / Napoli, Online

Dover Street Market / London, New York, Singapore,Tokyo, Online

Ekseption / Madrid, Marbella, Online Eraldo / Ceggia

Fiacchini / Forte dei Marmi Fwrd.com / Online USA

Galeries Lafayette / Paris Gente / Roma Harrolds / Melbourne, Sydney Havery Nichols / Dubai

Hirshleifer’s / Manhasset Homme et Femme / Manila

I. T. / Beijing, Chengdu, Shanghai Isetan / Tokyo

Jeffrey / Atlanta, New York, Online Jonathan + Olivia / Toronto, Online Joseph / London

Joyce / Beijing, Hong Kong, Shanghai Just One Eye / Los Angeles Kokko / Richmond, Online

Kukla / Odessa Kuznetsky Most 20 / Moscow, Online La Garçonne / New York, Online

Labels / Sittard L’Espionne / Paris

Lift / Tokyo

LN-CC / London, Online

Loit / New Jersey, Online

Louis / Antwerp

Luisa Via Roma / Florence, Online 

Matches / Online UK

Maxfield / Los Angeles 
Moggie Co-op / Fukuoka 

Mona Moore / Venice, Online 

Montaigne Market / Paris, Online

Mr Porter / Online UK,USA

My Boon / Seoul

My Theresa / Online Germany 

Net-a-Porter / Online HK,UK,USA

Nordstrom / Seattle, Vancouver, Online 

Nugnes 1920 / Trani, Online 

Officina Store / Parma 

Opening Ceremony / Tokyo, Online 

Petra Teufel / Hamburg

Plum / Beirut 

Plume / Dunedin 

Prima Pagina / Padova 

Restir / Tokyo 

Riccardi / Boston, Online

Saks Fifth Avenue / New York 

Selfridges / London, Online 

Silvia Bini / Viareggio

Smets / Brussels, Online 

Space Mue / Seoul

Spazio Pritelli / Riccione

Ssense / Online Canada 

Stefania Mode / Online Italy 

Stijl / Brussels 

Stylebop / Online Germany 

Sugar / Arezzo

Susan / San Francisco

SV Moscow / Moscow, Online 

Tessabit / Como, Online 

The Broken Arm / Paris, Online

The Corner / Berlin

The Icon / Kiev

The New Guard / Adelaide, Online 

The Room – Hudson’s Bay / Toronto 

The Store – Soho House / Berlin

Tiziana Fausti / Bergamo, Online 

Totokaelo / New York, Online

Trois Pommes / Gstaad, St Moritz, Zurich 

Tsum / Moscow

Tuan Tuan / Taipei

Van Ravenstein / Amsterdam 

Vitkac / Warsaw, Online 

Wendela Van Dijk / Rotterdam 

Wise / Desenzano, Online

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