Cora + Spink’s approach to ethics has been clear from day one – everyone is happy on each step of the way. Here we look at the leather side of Cora + Spink. How we make sure it’s great leather and ethically produced and managed.
Deciding on a new bag can be tricky business. While there is no one perfect bag, there are distinct difference that make one type of bag better for you than another. Let’s take a look at the messenger bag vs backpack and find out why backpacks make a great option for carrying your laptop to work.
Weekends away, last minute cheap flights, or just of the moment adventures… A carry-on backpack from Cora + Spink is going to be your best friend. Read our guide on choosing the best carry-on backpack for you…
New jeans, new backpack… what do they have in common with a new kitten*? When your Cora + Spink backpack arrives you’ll be in no doubt as to its quality, opening the package you’ll see perfectly presented, vibrant black waxed canvas creation that will live on your back for years to come… but how are […]
We recently took a day out to visit the RADAR station atop the the Clee Hills – Titterstone Clee Hill. Scouting locations for photoshoots has become a bit of a hobby, each weekend it seems a new location gets mentioned, Clee Hill has been on the list for some time. When you first arrive it’s […]
Bags for the office? Your backpack is a key piece of real-estate on your body for making the right first impression. Read our guide to how best to hack your style with a good Cora + Spink bag.
For some time we have played with a printed design, today we announce Butter Bag Camo and Bishop Bag Camo. Laminating Cora + Spink jungle canvas with 24 ounce red cotton canvas on the outside is just the start of a unique story of print design.
Working to create the perfect everyday bag Have you ever looked at your bag first thing in the afternoon and thought, I really hate that bag? It’s falling apart, there’s half of what used to be a banana ‘somewhere’ in there, and what is that strap for*? No? Well I did… *a pickaxe I’ve worked behind […]