Since its launch in 2013, Sarah Clarkson’s sharp, unisex line of convertible carryalls has grown to include origami-inspired totes, bucket bags, dopp kits, and more. The British designer studied industrial design in college, and her interest in architecture is evident in the accessories’ edgy shapes.
Each is made of simple yet luxe materials, like lambskin or waxed canvas, and is constructed so that it can be worn in multiple ways. Backpacks morph into shoulder bags, duffels can shrink to better fit overhead compartments for travel, and in nearly every style, hidden straps are stashed in interior pockets. As Clarkson puts it, “Typically we look to create pieces for an on-the-move lifestyle.” —Liza Darwin