caitlin mociun + baggu

by Grace Bonney

I’m officially a Baggu hoarder. Seriously. I cleaned out my closet to prepare for the book tour (Verdict: I need to stop buying so many stripes.) and found a sad forgotten pile of Baggu bags in the back corner of my closet. With those rediscovered bags added to the pile, I think my total comes to 15 bags. Where will I use all those bags? I have no idea. But they’re great for groceries, craft supplies or lugging just about anything else around. I’m tempted to toss Ms. Jackson in one just to see if it works for animals, too. I’m pretty sure it won’t, but they enjoy being toted around in backpacks with the top unzipped (really, they do), so I’m dying to see if she prefers sticking her head outside of a Baggu instead. Although based on the stink eye she’s giving me right now, I think the answer is “NO.”

Baggu launched a new collaboration today with Brooklyn designer¬†Caitlin Mociun. Caitlin designed four custom prints for Baggu, which were turned into zipper sets and shoulder/arm bags. I love the electric colors; they’ve got Amy Azzarito written all over them. She’s made neon her summer fashion statement, so I have a feeling I’ll see these skating over to my house soon. You can check out and pick up all of the new Mociun/Baggu bags online right here. xo, grace

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