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Opening Ceremony Introduces The New "Never Leave Home Without It" Bag

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    When it comes to stores we can pop into, well, whenever and always find something that strikes our fancy, Opening Ceremony is at the very tip-top of the list. The boutique is always brimming with everything from of-the-moment statement pieces to contemporary classics, like the recently unveiled line of bags from its private label.

    The new collection is made up of five different styles, all of which are named after the different Opening Ceremony boutiques 'round the globe. There's "OC NY," "OC LA," "OC Ace," "OC Tokyo," and "Pop-Up." The handbags, ranging from $450 to $800, and each come in two colors: a basic hue (khaki, chestnut brown, and black) and a bolder color (red, orange, and petrol blue).

    It pretty much goes without saying that the bags are stunning (well, what would you expect?), but we're especially taken with how practical they are. After all, what's an It bag if you can't actually use the thing? The calf and suede leather purses are complete with functional elements, like adjustable shoulder straps, grab handles, and expandable gussets.

    The collection will be available at Opening Ceremony stores in New York, Los Angeles, Japan, and London beginning this month. Let the street-style spotting commence!

    Photos: Courtesy of Opening Ceremony

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