KULT MAGAZINE OCTOBER 2010 ISSUE

October 4, 2010 | Chris&Tibor @ 4:50 pm

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“Chris Liu e Tibor Matyas, i due giovani designer di accessori, based in London, del brand Chris&Tibor, dopo le collaborazioni con designer internazionali come Juun.J, Veronique Branquinho e Romain Kremer si alleano al genio eccentrico e minimal di Mister Walter Van Beirendonck per l’A/I 2010-2011. I due designer hanno iniettato la loro carica futurista e concettuale, urban e sperimentale sulle “rocket backpack”: curiose borse multitasca in 3D. Zaini o marsupi in cui poter infilare di tutto, dal laptop alle chiavi, dal portafogli agli altri elementi essenziali della vita quotidiana. Lettere dell’alfabeto assicurate alle spalle o alla vita da cinghie e realizzate in tetron, un materials tecnico e deluxe waterproof e dai colori fluo. Per non passare inosservati. (EB)”

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SUPER SUPER MAGAZINE

September 27, 2010 | Chris&Tibor @ 3:59 pm

Walter Van Beirendonck+Chris&Tibor Red Rocket backpack is featured in the latest Super Super Magazine

Red Nylon Rocket backpack £185.00. Buy it Now
View the complete range of Walter Van Beirendonck+Chris&Tibor collection

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Rocket backpack is one of the Magnificent Seven

September 22, 2010 | Chris&Tibor @ 12:31 pm

T magazine, The New York Times Style Magazine features Walter Van Beirendonck+Chris&Tibor navy rocket backpack in the Men’s Fashion Fall 2010 Issue.

Navy Rocket backpack, £185 Buy it now from Chris&Tibor online shop

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CIARA WEARS CHRIS&TIBOR

September 19, 2010 | Chris&Tibor @ 12:15 pm

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Ciara is an American recording artist, she has worked together with musicians like Missy Elliott, 50 Cent and Justin Timberlake. Ciara’s fourth studio album titled, Basic Instinct is scheduled for release in a few weeks, on the 5th October 2010.

Ciara wears the red FLY belt bag from the collaboration collection Walter Van Beirendonck+Chris&Tibor.

The same FLY belt bag is available from Chris&Tibor e-shop. GBP 95 including free FedEx worldwide delivery.

See the full range of Walter Van Beirendonck+Chris&Tibor bags.

(Picture from C’est La Vie)

THE METRO TALKS ABOUT CHRIS&TIBOR

August 5, 2010 | Chris&Tibor @ 4:57 pm

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Metro is the world’s largest free newspaper and the fourth biggest newspaper in the UK. Bel Jacobs style editor features the Autumn Winter collection of Walter Van Beirendonck+Chris&Tibor.

“Feeling bored of ordinary backpacks? Knock yourself out with those larger-than-life creations by mad Belgian Walter Van Beirendonck for accessories label CHRIS&TIBOR. Can’t decide between the Rocket backpack, the Fly beltbag and the Fire beltbag? We can’t help; we want all three. Next spring, things jump even further leftfield with huge tiger and crocodile-shaped packs you wear wrapped around your shoulders. All that without mentioning the robot-shaped pack. Stick your name on the waiting list.”

TIM BLANKS MENTIONS CHRIS&TIBOR

June 28, 2010 | Chris&Tibor @ 2:50 pm

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Read Style.com review online now

MARIE CLAIRE TALKS ABOUT CHRIS&TIBOR

May 12, 2010 | Chris&Tibor @ 5:43 pm

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The April edition of chinese Marie Claire talks about our latest designer collaboration with Walter Van Beirendonck.

THE INDEPENDENT TALKS ABOUT CHRIS&TIBOR

January 31, 2010 | Chris&Tibor @ 9:15 pm

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Text by Harriet Walker: “Freshly resurrected this season from the inner circle of hell: the bum bag: on the catwalks at Louis Vuitton, over the counter at American Apparel, and now king of weird Walter van Beirendonck has presented his own take on the style during Paris Menswear Week. Known for clashing colours, hyper-cool new fabrics and bold add-ons (he once attached a black leather dildo to the front of some bondage trousers, oo-er), Van Beirendonck has linked up with bag brand Chris&Tibor to make fanny-packs that spell out words, your initials, you name it… Or simply play it safe with one of the plane-shaped rucksacks instead.”

WALTER VAN BEIRENDONCK + CHRIS&TIBOR COLLABORATION BAGS

January 22, 2010 | Chris&Tibor @ 11:40 pm

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For the AW 2010-11 season, Walter Van Beirendonck has designed a collection of bags together with Chris&Tibor. The Walter Van Beirendonck + Chris&Tibor collection includes a large size rocket shape backpack, and a medium size messenger bag with laptop compartment and the signature 3D shape W letter on the front. In addition, there is several smaller belt bags made out of 3D letters, reading: Fly, Fire and W. Material variations: Waterproof Tetron fabric and a rich and smooth Italian cow leather. Colours: Black, Navy Blue, Khaki and Red.

We have also included some of our personal favorite moments from the show. Fantastic season, it is energizing, make you stop and think. We bet you cannot wait to to buy these amazing clothes and accessories.

Men headphones by Martin Blank, Women wigs and hats by Stephen Jones, Skirt sculptures by Elke Hoste and Lisandro Olmos.