Mandarina Duck and 10 Corso Como launch a limited edition backpack
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Mandarina Duck and 10 Corso Como launch a limited edition backpack

The Italian brand Mandarina Duck, together with the concept store 10 Corso Como, presented a limited version of the backpack from the cult collection of Mandarina Duck Utility.

The Utility line is a collection of backpacks first created in 1977. In 2016, almost 40 years later, the company launched the Utility line revival project, the Utility Regeneration Project, with five updated versions of the legendary model developed in collaboration with Italian designer Denis Frison.

It was on the basis of one of the Utility models that a limited version of the backpack was created, which is now exclusively presented in the 10 Corso Como. The presentation and launch of sales took place as part of the past Fashion Week in Milan. 

The model is presented in white with black graphics in the style of 10 Corso Como, creating the effect of a hand-painted picture.

Italian brand Mandarina Duck together with concept store 10 Corso Como presented a limited edition of the backpack from the iconic Mandarina Duck collection ...

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