A moment of panic: you’re about to be called up to the immigration window and you can’t find your passport. You put your purse on the floor and crouch down for some serious purse groping. The person behind you wrinkles his nose in disapproval. Nothing. How can you be expected to find such a slip of a thing in your cavernous Céline bag? Perhaps you’ve never encountered this problem, but it’s happened to us… a lot, which is one of the reasons why we love this Matt Singer travel wallet. Created in collaboration with the artist David Shrigley, Singer’s leather wallet opens up to reveal a passport window and interior credit card sleeves. It also includes four double-sided phrase cards (to help you get by during your travels) and a 24-page book illustrated by Shrigley. Perfect reading material for the no-phones-allowed immigration queue. Priced at $95 and available online via Matt Singer’s website.
THIS MOST WANTED ITEM WAS SELECTED BY INTERVIEW FASHION DIRECTOR MIGUEL ENAMORADO.
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