Crumpler adds ‘veggie leather’ to its repertoire

October 23, 2019 | Mariah Papadopoulos

Melbourne brand Crumpler is known for innovation and experimentation, so it’s no surprise that its latest collection is bringing something new to the table.

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Australian Olympic Committee renews deal with iconic luggage brand for Tokyo 2020

July 17, 2019 | Duncan Mackay

Iconic Australian baggage brand Crumpler has again been named the official luggage supplier to the Australian Olympic team. 

The Melbourne-based company, founded in 1995, will design a bespoke and premium luggage collection for athletes representing the country at next year's Olympic Games in Tokyo. 

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Crumpler named official partner for 2020 Australian Olympic team

July 10, 2019 | Heather McIlvaine

Crumpler has been named the official luggage supplier for the 2020 Australian Olympic team, and will design a bespoke collection for competitors to take to Tokyo next year.

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Serving it up: Meet the businesses acing the Australian Open

January 17, 2019 | Matthew Elmas

The Australian Open is in full swing this week, with fans from every continent braving Melbourne’s heatwave to watch the best players in the world battle it out on the hard court.

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The evolution of Crumpler

March 07, 2018 | Melina Thalassinou

Originated in Melbourne, Crumpler gained popularity in the mid-90s with its bags and logo being the most accurate representation of the 90s aesthetic, sporting bright colours and clever designs. In 2018, the company decided to revamp the visual identity of the brand and update it in a way that it would not offend those emotionally attached with the 90s nostalgia, but would also revitalise the brand’s image and allow it to keep up with the times.

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Crumpler's new look: a laptop bag icon grows up

February 19, 2018 | Peter Wells

Crumpler's offices on the top floor of a nondescript Russell St building is a quintessentially Melbourne space. With exposed ceilings over polished concrete floors, large co-working benches, and a plethora of perfectly groomed beards and sleeve-tattoos on display, it felt like a place I'd never be cool enough to work in. And of course, for a company that started out making bags for bike couriers, there's a wall for staff to park their two-wheelers.

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