Madbury Club Teases New Handmade Tote Bag From Shitsack Line

“Madbury Shitsack V16.2.”

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Madbury Club tease its new handmade tote bag from its Shitsack line. Each bag is handcrafted in its New York City studio and can carry pretty much anything with the assortment of pockets it has. The preview was shared through Instagram by Phillip T. Annand, one of the founders of the Brooklyn-based agency, who is seen using a sewing machine to put the finishing touches on the new Shitsack. The IG post also shows full shots of the new tote bag, front and rear. Madbury Club previously shared images of its tote bag back in August.

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Madbury Shitsack V16.2 cc @matty_yu @duepinlac

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