Sending YOU on a Fabric Hunt

July 15, 2016

Feel Good Friday

We've scoured the world in search of its funkiest fabrics for 3 years, and now it’s time we send YOU on a fabric hunt, too. Today marks the start of “Traveler Edition” totes—featuring fabrics found by travelers like you. All it takes to start your own line of totes is a passport and an adventurous spirit...

Take Kim for example—the first traveler to participate. With a curious PERUsonality, Kim packed her bags and headed straight for the airport.

Airport

With each picture PERUfect moment...

Peru Love

Her love for Peru grew stronger, so she PERUsed the country for fabric to bring you a taste of their culture too!

Fabric Shop

PERUsenting to you the new Peru Tote (by Kim Mantegna)...

Peru Tote by Kim Mantegna

Plus a few more fabrics brought back by travelers to share a taste of their trips too:

Hawaii Tote by Hayley Spear

Hawaii Tote (by Hayley Spear)

Palau Tote by Lucy Kullman

Palau Tote (by Lucy Kullman)

So what can we do to PERUsuade you to find fabric on your next trip? (More info HERE)

Here’s to joining us in finding the world’s funkiest fabrics, and to feeling good—because after all it’s Friday!

-Jack & Alley, Co-Founders

(Shop all Traveler Edition Totes Here)




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