Looking for a new bag to carry your must-haves in?
Check out this tote from FrontRowMag.com and one of our favourite Canadian designers, Jessica Jensen. The bag was the brain-child of Michelle Bilodeau and her business partner Rachelle Saevil. Bilodeau's father was diagnosed with leukemia in 2010, and one of her first instincts was to raise funds for the cause. She and Saevil reached out to Jensen and the rest is custom-bag history.
The tote, of which only 100 were made, is accented with Jensen's soft and supple leather and has a graphic heart logo.
Of the design, Jensen says: "I love the simplicity and effortless styling of the tote... The graphic is bold and expressive, speaking to the harsh web of networks that this disease has affected -- our families, our friends and our colleagues."
The bag retails for $35 and is available online as of September 27th at ShopJessicaJensen.com. Proceeds will be donated to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada.
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