Other cool products include an iPad pocket ($279), a document folder ($189) and if you’ve been spending too much time watching vampire TV series, a diary ($169-279). The founders say their ‘kinda fanatical about being organised’, so having lost all sorts of treasures travelling, they’ve produced a folding PU leather tray ($159-209) to keep your keys, namecards, tickets, cuff-links and shudder, change, while you’re away. It's designed, we imagine, for the type of people who'd love a televised pro-tour of Trivial Pursuit.
Their accessories are well made and refined – everything the modern man should aspire to – and they’re well priced. Moreover, they’re a Hong Kong company that produces goods only a couple of hours away with Tai Shing Diary; and we all like to support local. That’s why middle class mothers the world over pay a premium for legumes and meat that's been reared in their surrounding region. Unless you live in the Pearl River Delta and the surrounding region is a polluted waste land.