Never miss a moment in your busy routine

Today’s individual takes on a panoply of roles in their everyday routine. From being a commuter in the morning, to an office worker in the afternoon, and perhaps someone’s date in the evening. Wouldn’t it be nice to have one bag that can rise to all these occasions?

This year, our Foldbag emerged as the winner of the iF Design Award in the “Leisure” category. Launched last July on Kickstarter, the FoldBag is a bag that adapts to your needs. Defined by the axiom “Four bags in one”, the FoldBag can be converted to a backpack, shopping bag, tote, and purse. Perhaps we should also add laptop bag to the list since it can fit a 15" inch laptop.

While the Scandinavian design has always been a representation of timeless aesthetics and functionality, our FoldBag shows how the Dutch design is fast catching up.

Coinciding the Spring/Summer 18 collection, No13 — also based in Delft, the Netherlands — styled our models on the various ways you can be carrying this bag.

Transform a tote into a purse for those unexpected date nights
FoldBag rises to all occasions; no matter rain or shine you can use this bag the way you like it to complement your outfit.

For those jet-setters, the FoldBag is the perfect bag to bring with you when you travel. Weighing only 600 grams, the compact FoldBag measures just19 X 30 X 9cm when folded.

After repeatedly designing, innovating, modifying, and testing, the FoldBag is a convertible bag which can shrink and expand based on your every day needs. Making use of only one strap, the ingenious and functionalist design can turn the bag into a backpack, tote bag, shopping bag, and clutch bag. Never miss a moment in your busy routine with the FoldBag.


Fits a 15" laptop (when inspiring moments arrive) and your groceries!

We would like to thank No13 for dressing our models; their stylists have impeccable service and we absolutely recommend this multi-brand fashion store. The above scenes were shot by White Mood Studio in the picturesque city of Delft. If you want to read more on personalities in Delft, check out our interview with Cisca Colijn, coffee roaster and owner of cafe Miss Morrison.

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