Ingenious and slightly ironic at the same time, the BookBook ($80) is a new case for the MacBook and MacBook pro that disguises your 'Book as, well, a book. Employing thick hardcover front and rear panels and a rigid spine, the BookBook provides ample protection for your laptop, while elastic corner clips let you use the computer while it's encased, and dual zippers let you charge the device while closed. Best of all, the hand craftsmanship and distressing ensure your BookBook will be unique to you, further reducing the fact that passerby will notice that it's not simply an aging hardbound tome. [Thanks, Kyle]

  • Temple WWII Bags

    Made from re-purposed WWII goods like duffel bags, field blankets, and backpacks, Temple WWII Bags ($250-$650) are a perfect way to add extra character to your daily routine. The line includes a variety of styles, including tote, laptop, duffle, and medicine bags, each made from authentic WWII gear, meaning each piece is unique. Sure, they're more expensive than your average alternative, but none of those bags will ever see the action a Temple WWII has before you've even bought it.

  • Moore & Giles Meehan Utility Bag

    Sure, you can use it as a weekend bag. But the Moore & Giles Meehan Utility Bag ($660) is really meant for hauling around something else: high-end booze. Developed in collaboration with renowned NY mixologist Jim Meehan and made from heavily waxed canvas and oiled leather, the Meehan has removable interior velcro dividers for transporting up to six large wine or spirit bottles, and features an interior zip pouch large enough to accomodate a 15-inch laptop or cutting board, a business card holder, an interior pocket with key clip, a large front pocket, and a removable shoulder strap.

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