Flasks and Hip Boxes
The vintage whiskey alcohol flask has its ancestral roots when early humans used similar flasks made from animal skin to transport their fermented grapes.
Its use was revived during the Middle Ages for the delivery of rare goods and gained international popularity in the 18th century for preserving and facilitating the daily transport of distilled alcohol.
The old-style ‘Whisky’ flask for alcohol was then popularized in the 1920s during the prohibition era to fight against state repression.
The appearance of two-piece suits finally transformed this once worthless object into a decorative accessory dedicated to gentlemen and gentlewomen. Today, carrying luxurious vintage alcohol flasks allows one to stand out by adopting an original style that combines history and modernity.