MZ Wallace + Food52 Water Print Bags
Make a splash.
Featuring a custom water print lining, this quilted grey Metro Tote is an exclusive Earth Day collaboration between MZ Wallace and Food52 for charity: water, and 15% of all proceeds will go to supporting clean drinking water in developing countries.
It comes with an oversized detachable pouch that hooks to the bag like a keychain, in the perfect size for storing travel supplies, shoes, cosmetics, and even produce, and a water bottle with a charcoal filter.
The tote's quilted grey exterior is made from an ultra-lightweight nylon that's water and stain resistant; it's soft enough to fold up for packing, but with a buoyant structure that sits up tall and will never lose its shape. Natural Italian leather padding on the shoulder straps, a long zippered closure with a leather zipper pull, four leather feet on the bottom, and custom hardware on all the accessories give this take-anywhere tote an air of sophistication.
Even with six interior pockets, the Metro Tote also has a place for all your essentials: Compartments include a main zippered pocket with two smaller pockets inside it, two leather-trim technology pockets for a phone and camera, and a small slip for your business cards or subway pass. If you're always on the go, choose from 3 additional quilted water print accessories, which include:
- iPad Case: Outfitted with with a custom MZ Wallace pull, this slender quilted pouch will keep your tablet cozy in and out of the Metro Tote.
- Zip Round Cosmetic Case: For toting travel essentials like shampoos, lotions, and soaps, this oversized case zips open from an entire side for easy access, and features a side handle for toting.
Photography by Mark Weinberg
Details & Materials -
Medium Metro Tote: 21" L x 9.5" W x 13" H (9" handle straps); iPad Case: 10.75" L x 8" W x 0.75" H; Zip Round Cosmetic Case: 10.5" L x 3.5" W x 7" H
Care & Notes
Spot-clean using warm, soapy water, testing the solution on a less visible part of the bag and letting it dry fully before proceeding. Using a soft white cloth, rub the affected area in gentle circles and rinse with clean water. Wipe down with a dry cloth and air dry fully.
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