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Code Republic Debut New Luxe Tech Accessories

Aussie tech accessories brand, Code Republic, has further expanded its portfolio, launching the new SS19 Luxe Womens Tech Collection featuring new work-life bags, phone-passport cases and universal wallets.

Like its original collection, the laptop bags claim to fuse both fashion and function, offering plethora of internal compartments for cords, wires, tablets/laptops, water bottles and more.

The laptop bags accompany a series of new small leather accessories, featuring Code Republic’s signature rose gold accents.

The new SS19 Luxe Womens Tech Collection debuts a premium Navy Saffiano leather, and introduces two new styles – the SAVANNAH and SIERRA – complementing its existing stable of feminine bags.

SAVANNAH $399.95 (Navy) – 14” Laptop Bag

  • premium Navy Saffiano leather laptop bag
  • fits up to a 14″ laptop
  •  RFID lined internal long zip pocket
  • cross body strap and a comfort shoulder pad

SIERRA RRP $259.95 (Black and Navy) – 10” Tablet Bag

  • easy on-the-go sophistication
  • detachable cross-body strap
  • luxe durable scratch-resistant Saffiano leather
  • room for a 10″ device

PASSPORT & PHONE WALLET – RRP $189 (Black, Navy and Grey)

UNIVERSAL PHONE WALLET – RRP $139 (Black, Navy and Grey)


The SS19 Collection includes bags and wallets with RFID-lined pocket shields (see here for further information) to protect against credit card skimming.

Code Republic Founder, Anthea Rowan, claims the bags fulfil the needs of today’s woman, moving from the boardroom, bar and “everything in between” with ease.

The new Code Republic SS19 collection is available to purchase online or from selected Domayne Computers and Harvey Norman stores.

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