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Harajuku Lovers Candy Tote in Cali Girls

Harajuku Lovers Candy Tote in Cali Girls

Singer-actress-fashion icon and now momma-extraordinaire keeps things real to her OC roots with her latest installment of Harajuku love.Nylon with nylon lining. Measures approx 15"W x 12.5"H x 6"D. Double strap measures 19" with a 9" drop. Button snap top closure. Inner zip compartment.

Harajuku Lovers Candy in Music Girls

Harajuku Lovers Candy in Music Girls

Singer-actress-fashion icon and now momma-extraordinaire keeps things real to her OC roots with her latest installment of Harajuku love.Nylon with nylon lining. Measures approx 15"W x 12.5"H x 6"D. Double strap measures 19" with a 9" drop. Button snap top closure. Inner zip compartment.

Harajuku Lovers Uh-O Bag in Sunshine Cuties

Harajuku Lovers Uh-O Bag in Sunshine Cuties

Singer-actress-fashion icon and now momma-extraordinaire keeps things real to her OC roots with her latest installment of Harajuku love.Nylon with nylon lining. Measures approx 15"W x 14.5"H x 6"D. Double straps measure approx 16" with 6.5" drop. Magnetic snap closure. Double front Velcro compartments.

Harajuku Lovers Meshed Up Pizzazz Bag in Yellow/Pink

Harajuku Lovers Meshed Up Pizzazz Bag in Yellow/Pink

Singer-actress-fashion icon and now momma-extraordinaire keeps things real to her OC roots with her latest installment of Harajuku love.Mesh fabric with nylon lining. Measures approx 19.5"W x 18"H x 7"D. Double straps measure approx 24" with 10" drop. Velcro top closure. Zip interior pocket.

Diane von Furstenberg Beach Tote in Shadow Gulls Blue

Diane von Furstenberg Beach Tote in Shadow Gulls Blue

Diane von Furstenberg first arrived in the fashion world in 1972 with her iconic wrap dress, the seed of what is today a full fashion house. By 1976, Diane had sold millions of her dresses, coming to symbolize female power and freedom to an entire generation. In 1997, after a hiatus from fashion, Diane reemerged on the New York fashion scene with the re-launch of the dress that had started it...