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Shapes by Deapapa

i’ve always loved creative tote bags, but to be honest i never actually really used them. until i moved into my office this past month. now i find myself needing to tote shit everywhere. before i worked from home, and when i went out i just used my handbag. but now – packed lunches, power cables, bags of apples (yeah i don’t know either) … the life of a freelancer is full of stuff hey? so i smiled to myself when i saw these new totes by Verónica de Arriba of Deapapa today. i should get my hands on one.

the collection is a play on geometric shapes inspired by Memphis milano movement and all the things that inspire me daily. 6 models of organic cotton tote bags, screen printed with water based inks & made from a sustainable crop in a Fair Trade factory.

buy them here.

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6 Comments

  1. they are so pretty! I never thought I needed tote bags either but I’ve actually grown to really love them. I only have two and I try not to use them TOO much because I’m afraid that they will get worn out..! love em.

    Valentina
    Valentina Duracinsky Blog

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  3. Ah! How cute! I love these totes! I always find totes so handy. There’s always something I’m taking with me to work that doesn’t fit in my purse. I’ll have to keep these in mind!

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