Keep your documents together while travelling and protect your passport from crumpled edges and other dammage.
Inner flap pocket allows you to tuck in the front cover of your passport and use it without having to remove it
Made especially for you in the colours and hardware of your choice, this handcrafted Passport holder features the same exquisite leather and hardware as our W1 Suitcase and W5 Luggage tag.
Personalise your W6 Passport holder by choosing leather and metal colours, and adding your initials (up to 3 letters) when you design your very own in the W6 configurator.
The front of the W6 Pasport holder display the owners initial.
A thoughtful gift for yourself or a loved one now, the W6 Luggage Tag is also a clever investment opportunity: as a patron, you will earn a share of all future sales if you are among the first 50 to buy one.
The idea is born to design a personalised watch that is configurable and bears the initials of the owner on its dial - instead of a company logo.
WILKENS enters a working relationship with designer Mads Odgård and begins an ongoing dialogue about the design.
The first sketches of the watch's basic design are approved.
Roventa-Henex is selected as manufacturer of the W2 Gent's Watch from a shortlist of five leading Swiss watch manufacturers.
The first renderings of the W2 Gent's Watch design are ready for approval.
Roventa-Henex starts technical design and prepares technical drawings.
The first prototype will be ready for testing and pictures will be taken and shared.
e expect that sufficient Patrons will have signed up and production will have begun by this date. If not, the W6 Passport holder will not be launched.
The workshop of Mauro Bianucci
Born in Argentina, Mauro Bianucci trained as an architect at the University of Buenos Aires. His designs draw on materials and construction techniques from the architectural world to create stylish, classic designs.
"Though the stunning carry-on trunk harks back to the 1950s era it is at once classic and contemporary. Its rich leather and brass recall a time when travel was still a luxury.”