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We didn’t know that pink and green would make such a lovely combination until recently when Chanel released its Boy Chanel Cuba Pink Green Bag.

With such a unique take on the classic Chanel Boy Flap Bag, it’s as if this Cuba Pink Green Bag is such a breath of fresh air. Chanel definitely got out of the box and took unconventional ideas to heart with its Cruise 2017 Collection, which features the Cuban culture.

Feminine yet tough, this is one thing that best describes this newest darling. As you can see, it is still sporting the usual thick diamond quilting but this time around, it has an almost alternating splash of pink and green colors. The style mostly looks like military or jungle inspired in our eyes. The CC clasp logo and the golden-chained strap are still there.

Prices and sizes aren’t yet available but we’ll keep you posted. So what do you think? Is it a glam?

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Top 6 Green Bags for St. Patrick’s Day: It’s Good to be Green

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You may notice that not all of these bags are green. Don’t worry; your vision isn’t failing you. Rather than find the best emerald gems to celebrate St Patrick’s Day, I rounded up some of the most eco-friendly…


1. Stella McCartney Brandy Shoulder Bagicon
When it comes to high-fashion, no one does sustainability as well as Stella. With meat and leather production responsible for 18% of all manmade greenhouse gases, these vegetarian accessories do more good for the environment than you’d expect. 


2. Melie Bianco Elizabeth Circle Laser Cut Tote
This vegan brand prides itself on using polyurethane (PU) over other cheaper plastic materials like PVC, and the difference is on full display with this summery tote. 


3. Matt & Nat Sheenan Bordeaux Doctor Handbag
With a name that stands for MAT(T)ERIAL and NATURE, it should come as no surprise that they’ve been using recycled plastic bottles to craft the linings of their bags since 2007.


4. Lizzie Fortunato Safari Clutch in Toucan
Twin sisters Lizzie and Kathryn Fortunato founded their eponymous company in 2008 with the intent of designing with reclaimed and precious materials, much like those used to craft this delicately hand-embroidered clutch.


5. Freedom of Animals Boromo Circle Bag
These post-consumer PU, cotton, and faux leather bags have made fans of celebrities like Anne Hathaway with their cruelty-free approach and trendy silhouettes.


6. Angela Roi Sunday Tote II
Not only does Angela Roi construct its bags from vegan leather, but they also donate 5% of each sale to one of their charity partners based on the color of your bag (for instance, the donation for green bags goes towards anxiety and depression awareness).

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