Tokyo-based bag label NaNa-NaNa refuses to rest on its laurels. To follow its so-called “Night Office” collection last year — made up of a series of transparent bags in paper-sized runs — the brand’s latest output takes accessorizing to a whole new level.

Monopolizing on the countless new bag trends leaving classic backpacks and totes in the lurch, NaNa-NaNa’s latest line goes far beyond its paper-inspired pieces of last year, throwing tactical accessories such as chest bags, belt bags, and pouches into the mix.

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Introducing new FANNY PACK. This item will be available from January 24 10PM EST Time. こちらの商品は日本時間1月25日12時より発売開始となります。 #nana_nana

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Alongside transparent duffle bags, backpacks, and a new opaque version of its signature A4 bag, the collection’s standout pieces have to be its chest and belt bags —  a collaborative effort with Italian streetwear publication nss magazine. Each piece features utilitarian details such as detachable straps, buckles, and multiple pockets, all fused with NaNa-NaNa’s iconic use of clear materials and nss magazine logos.

Take a closer look at all our picks from the latest collection below, all shoppable at NaNa-NaNa’s web store.














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