This chic roll wallet looks like it's been snatched straight from the late 19th century. Reminiscent of old portable purses carried by artists, writers and anyone with a few implements to tote around, the Bandito ensures that modern man and woman are equipped with these still-powerful utensils.
Paintbrushes and pens can be kept within this old-fashioned billfold, slotted neatly into the straps down the center. Sunglasses, earbuds, charging cables, makeup and even cutlery and be tucked in, and a simple scrolling action can protect and hold the contents in place. To match with the leather material is a strong hide string that binds around the roll wallet for security and portability. In a world that's shifting away from tactile towards virtual, touchable and low-tech interactive items such as this are starting to interest the fashion community once more.
The Bandito Pocketbook Furls Up to Hold Everything from Money to Sunglasses
1. Vintage-inspired Accessories - There is an opportunity for designers to create more vintage-inspired and tactile accessories that offer a modern take on traditional designs.
2. Retro Functionality - By taking cues from the past, designers can create products that offer retro functionality with modern features to appeal to consumers looking for unique and useful items.
3. Low-tech Interactive Items - There is a growing interest in low-tech, tactile, and interactive items, as consumers seek to balance the digital and physical realms.
1. Fashion - The fashion industry could capitalize on the nostalgia trend by creating more vintage-inspired accessories and clothing.
2. Stationery - Stationery companies could offer modern versions of traditional roll wallets, billfolds, and pen cases that appeal to consumers looking for retro functionality.
3. Travel Accessories - There is an opportunity for travel accessory companies to create products that offer both functionality and style, such as roll wallets that can hold a variety of objects securely.