Far from juvenile, the new rucksacks are structured, sleekly finished, and made out of luxe leathers and standout textiles.
Montreal’s jet-set apparel brand has amassed a significant following for its understated but considered practical leather goods.
Sneakers that can head from the boardwalk to the beach, boutique to the bar.
Design team and twins Byron and Dexter Peart know that travelling can be a chore—airport check-in, security, compromised cabin leg room. The Ottawa natives created Want Les Essentiels de la Vie, a line of voyageur bags and accessories, in 2006, and this fall, the duo added an accessories collection.
HOLIDAY WISH LIST: Byron and Dexter Peart, the Montreal brothers behind wanderlust-inspired line Want Les Essentiels de la Vie, are on a roll.
When Want Passport opened up shop at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport last fall, heads turned. It is prim and proper, and it has a resolute purpose to fill every last space in any fashionable traveller’s carry-on.
Although the idea of travel may have once evoked glamorous notions of first-class ocean liners, heavy leather trunks, and high-society ladies with cinched waists and linen handkerchiefs, these days the business of getting from point A to B is an inane process involving airport check-ins, compromised cabin leg room, and jet lag. Enter identical twins Byron and Dexter Peart.