Incase provides protective products for those who need reliable transportation to carry high-end, professional equipment.
“The Incase range is the perfect partnership for Modus Brands. We’re always looking for solutions where the application of new technologies addresses problems in a new light,” said David Feakins, CEO of Modus Brands.
“The Incase range provides a combination of high quality and style and is ideal for customers in ever expanding categories to use whilst transporting their equipment such as drones and professional cameras.”
The range of stylish bags, aimed at creatives, will start at £50 and range to £200. Incase’s focus on innovation has led to the creation and combination of new materials and finishes such as Ecoya, Tensaerlite and Ariaprene, giving products a unique look and feel.
“With our product ranges making impressive momentum in the UK, we’re really excited to be working with Modus Brands. They are leading the way in innovation and are the ideal choice to distribute our range of stylish bags for professionals,” said Hermione Gibbins, head of sales EMEA at Incase.
Incase has partnered with a number of high-fashion contemporary brands such as Stüssy, Ace Hotel, Arkitip, A.P.C. as well as famous artist Andy Warhol.
Founded in 2007, Modus Brands has worked extensively with photography and video vendors to help them break into the UK market. Looking for promising new tech, its team in North America has already brought up-and-coming West-coast brands Gnarbox and Omnicharge to the UK and will continue targeting similar tech hotbeds.
The partnership with Incase marks another milestone for Modus Brands, as the company recently announced record growth throughout 2017 of 50% and predicts a continued growth of 66% over the next 12 months.