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How to Bag a Baguette

August 15, 2010

One of my favorite sites is Cool Hunting – this is where I get to browse through all the latest furniture, design, gear, tech, etc. from all over.   Of course, there just happens to be an iPad app for it (like I said, the iPad is not doing me any favors).  So, I just found the mother of all reusable shopping totes!  Cool Hunting describes it as “The perfect pedestrian tote for the urban foodie”

“A fresh market tote designed for the pedestrian lifestyle, Sac à Baguette provides an effortless mode for transporting groceries or other goods, and thanks to its detachable Baguette Quiver, cylindrical items as well.

Designer Marybeth Shaw created Sac à Baguette after watching Parisians break their baguettes in half in order to fit them down inside their reusable shopping bags. She brought the idea back with her to the States (where the bags are made), and added important details like a removable liner, water resistant cotton canvas exterior and essential zippered pockets.”

*Check out the story behind the SAC à BAGUETTE™

This would make a great schlepping bag for the market, playdates, diaper bag, beach bag – lining is water proof.  So cute!  (I especially like the Rotterdam Colorway).

New York Colorway

Rotterdam Colorway

San Francisco Colorway

Porto Colorway

This is how it looks when worn (roll part of the bag is detachable):

This is too cute – wonder how long it would be on me though – you can purchase online 🙂

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5 Comments leave one →
  1. NZA permalink
    August 16, 2010 5:40 AM

    So cute but wow its huge!

  2. ATQ permalink
    August 16, 2010 10:20 AM

    I love this!

  3. Ina permalink*
    August 16, 2010 11:53 AM

    Ands – I so can see you using this! Actually was thinking of you!

    Nik – be perfect for lugging all your race gear 🙂 Remind me to grab one in NY!

  4. PVM permalink
    August 16, 2010 1:55 PM

    Didn’t realize how big this bag was until I saw the bottom pic. Cool though.

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