Thom Browne Brings New Meaning to The "Doggy Bag"

Travel with man’s best friend.

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Highly-acclaimed New York fashion designer Thom Browne has brought new meaning to the “doggy bag.” Introducing a line of dog-shaped “Hector” tote bags, inspired by Brown’s pet Dachshund of the same name, this piece is a definite conversation starter. Perfect for carrying your cell phone, notebook and wallet, this time around the “man’s best friend” see a very colorful iteration. The graphic features a white, navy and red floral pattern printed on an all-leather, Italian-made piece. Gold-tone hardware and a white leather travel tag finishes off the look. Head over to SSENSE to purchase now for $2,900 USD.

Recently working with KOE, Thom Brown released a sailboat-themed 2017 spring/summer collection.

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