From the inside of the new designer suitcase, the future looks bright for Australia’s future designer.
From the inside, it’s an exciting time to be Australian.
Australia’s first-ever designer suitcase has opened in the heart of Canberra’s CBD today.
It is the latest example of the brand-driven revolution in design that’s taken hold of the country’s cities and towns.
The new designer backpack was designed by Australian fashion designer Emma St. James, who is also the co-founder of the designer luggage company Genesis.
“I am really proud to say that I am a designer,” she said.
“This is a brand that is part of the fabric of our cities and our towns.
It’s really an amazing thing.”
The backpack is made of recycled polypropylene fabric and features a mesh front and back, a zipper and a zipper pocket.
It also features a built-in power bank, which allows users to recharge their smartphone, laptop or tablet.
The backpack has been designed by the design firm Genesis, which has been commissioned by the Australian government.
Genesis founder Emma St James.
The bag is a new product that can be purchased at a special event.
It will be made in a special workshop at the new Canberra Airport.
The designer suitcase is designed by Emma St-James, who has also designed a backpack for the airline and a backpack with an embedded solar cell.
She said it was an amazing feeling to be designing a backpack and to be able to share that with others.
“It’s been really rewarding to be part of a brand where I am so passionate about creating products for our community,” she told ABC Radio Canberra.
“We wanted to create something that people would actually want to wear.”
A few weeks ago, a group of people at a local park tried out the backpack and were so excited to wear it that they decided to sell it for a couple of hundred dollars.
Ms St-James said the backpack was inspired by her love for fashion, but that the product was designed to go beyond her fashion-inspired design.
“When I was designing the backpack, I wanted to be more about creating a product that could be used by more people,” she explained.
“So I decided to take the backpack as a design object that could actually be used for other people, so I could show them what it could be useful for.”
“It can go into your bag for the rest of your life, so it’s really a lifestyle product.”
Genesis is making the backpack for sale in Canberra at a public event.
“In the next year or two, I think we will be able have a little bit more space in the store to show off some of the design and the materials that are used in the backpack,” she added.
She hopes that the backpack will be a good example of how to design for the future.
“The whole point of the backpack is that it’s a beautiful piece of art, but it’s also a beautiful product,” she joked.
The brand-led design revolution in CanberraThe backpack also has a special purpose, as the design team has created a backpack to make the city and its residents happy.
“As part of this journey we are really focusing on making sure that people feel a sense of connection with the people around them,” Ms St-Jamies said.
In addition to the backpack itself, Genesis also has other designs for a range of goods.
The company is also designing a range with a special message: a backpack is not a suitcase.
“For us, the idea of backpack is to make sure that we’re not limiting ourselves to just our own personal designs and we’re also able to help people who are looking for a good product that’s going to do that,” she says.
The design team says that it will be making the brand’s first backpack available in 2019.
Ms Smiths has been working as a designer for several years.
“Over the past couple of years, we’ve worked with a range and it’s been an incredibly rewarding experience,” she revealed.
“Designing is about giving the designer a chance to create and to create for the brand.
We’re really looking forward to working with this new generation of designers.”
Ms Smith is also excited about what her future holds.
“If I’m lucky enough to continue to do this in a few years time, I will definitely be living a lifestyle that I love and that is going to make me happy,” she laughed.
“There are a lot of things that are going to be happening, and there will be plenty of opportunities for me to enjoy the opportunities that I have created for myself.”
Topics:design,design-industry,creative-materials,business-economics-and-finance,australiaFirst posted February 20, 2020 06:07:25Contact Emma St John on Twitter: www.twitter.com/EmmaStJohnTopics:fashion