Posts Tagged ‘tote’

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Bisley business tote from Dover Street Market

By admin on August 1st, 2008

bisley bag dover street market tote.jpgCotton bags are ubiquitous, every man and his dog now has a promotional tote with the most obscure logo and dubious green credentials.

Office furniture manufacturer Bisley has branched out into bags and their ‘business’ tote is far smarter than your average cotton bag. It comes in black and blue with a functional looking reflective stripe and external side pocket. The bag is made from sturdy nylon so it’s perfect for carrying around your lunch or reading materials for your morning commute. Dover Street Market are stocking it for £155.

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Yoshida x Mug Bag collection

By admin on June 27th, 2008

mugxyoshida.jpgWhenever you usually see a bag collection there’s a standout bag and some duds. That isn’t the case with this Yoshida and Mug collaboration. All of the colours are wearable and I’d even consider getting the tote version – although they’re still attached to femininity in my mind.

Making a change from all the Japanese stuff I usually post, this collection is available in England – Dover Street market to be specific. Prices start from around £100.



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Tusting leather tote from Browns

By admin on June 26th, 2008

tusting leather tote browns.jpgCotton bags are becoming so ubiquitous these days I’m on the brink of cutting all mine up into strips and weaving them into some sort of über-tote.

A far better idea is Tusting’s leather bag from Browns, much more of an über tote than any half-assed craft project I’ve ever made. The bitter chocolate colour is versatile and chicer than plain black and simple design stays true to its humble tote roots. It comes with a pretty serious price tag (£245) but the subtle style will last you for years.



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Top Five: bags

By ShinyMedia on April 16th, 2007

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Manbags have come a long way from Kel from Kath and Kim’s grey pleather pouch. There are many bags on the high street to choose from, starting with the bag that kicked off the whole trend. The cotton tote was a staple with young men in Japan for years before becoming trendy with emo kids and hip young things over here. Burton’s bag is a lovely holdall perfect for a weekend away, or just for storing your laptop. Similar classic style, but slightly smaller, Zara’s satchel is perfect for everyday use. Lastly, Ollie & Nic make wonderful women’s bags and their burgeoning men’s collection features the same quality and style. See after the jump for the top five and product links.

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