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Aerodrome by David Gandy

Aspinal of London has joined forces with iconic British supermodel, David Gandy, to launch an exclusive design collaboration capsule that takes its inspiration from the skies of Great Britain's heroic aviatic history. The Aerodrome Collaboration sees David's well-known sense of style meet Aspinal of London's trademark quality and craftsmanship across a collection of gentleman's accessories, including backpacks, business bags and travel accessories, taking creative inspiration from that knight of the skies: The legendary Spitfire.

The Aerodrome Backpack

Just like the prototype K5054 Supermarine Spitfire plane that inspired its design, the Aerodrome Backpack from Aspinal of London's collaboration with David Gandy is built to last. This versatile piece is hand-crafted from a smooth, supple and durable Italian calf leather in a versatile golden tan shade with contrast stitching and secured by a dual zip closure.

The Aerodrome Billfold Wallet

For effortless style every day! It is hand-crafted as part of the new collaboration with iconic British model David Gandy, and takes its inspiration from the heroic legacy of Britain's WWII fighter jets. The rich dark brown Italian calf leather has a pebble grained finish that it is supple and buttery soft to the touch, inspired by the grain of traditional aviator jackets.

The Aerodrome Briefcase

Deliver a hint of English heritage into your office repertoire with the Aerodrome Briefcase; designed in collaboration with iconic supermodel David Gandy. Statement detailing pays homage to its WWII influences, such as the Spitfire component-inspired metal hardware, Air Force blue lining and, taking pride of place, a replica Spitfire Mk1 firing button metal lock closure.

The briefcase is hand-crafted from the finest Italian calf leather in a dark brown pebble texture, with a soft and supple feel for a luxuriously tactile nature and subtle contrast stitching that draws attention to the meticulous craftsmanship.

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