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Frida Large Cosmetic Bag

$42.00
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Influenced by the natural simplistic beauty of Scandi folklore this Large Frida Cosmetic Bag is embroidered with delicate florals and bees that draw inspiration from the nature-inspired colours and imagery that evokes a sense of calm. This attractive, versatile bag is ideal for storing all kinds of small items.

Revel in the discovery of a tailor-made cache for cosmetics, jewelry, personal necessities and other small treasures that easily slip into hiding. Belongings once lost are fantastically organized and found, with clever designs and loop zippers to keep it all collected. 

  • 11.75 x 7 inches
  • Stands Upright with Flat Bottom
  • 100% Linen with Vegan Leather Lining
  • Spot Clean with Damp Cloth

      About the Frida Collection: Vignettes of bees and flowers are arranged in symmetrical simplicity in this embroidered ode to Scandinavian folklore. The rich texture creates another layer of storytelling for the senses. Frida sweetly heralds the arrival of Spring and the cycle of the seasons in a pattern of movement, meaning and joy.

      Designer: Known for quietly creating delightful designs in record time, Sue is a project-based illustration and design contractor with Danica Studio. She can usually be found cozied up in a cardigan, even on the warmest of days.

      About The Brand: Danica Studio was founded in 2009 in Vancouver. The beauty and energy of that unique combination have brought together designers from all over the world, who collaborate on designs inspired by their shared love of textiles, travel and the beautiful West Coast. Danica Studio recently launched the Danica Aboriginal Award with Emily Carr University of Art & Design. They also have a long-standing commitment to donating a portion of profits to Education Without Borders, a non-profit organization that provides educational opportunities for disadvantaged and at-risk children around the world. 

      Designed in Vancouver, BC