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Limited-Edition Lisa Frank! (For Your Binders Of Women Or Whatnot)

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    We're not sure what kind of binders Governor Romney uses for keeping all those women, but we'd like to hop on the imagination rainbow train and say they might look something like a vintage Lisa Frank limited-edition tri-fold binder complete with a purple panda and shiny, iridescent hearts. It's not news that we are massive, longtime Lisa Frank fans — we even used nail art to show our undying affection — but now we can actually get out hands on the real deal.

    The folks at Urban Outfitters have us totally jazzed. They've opened the time capsule and brought us back to the second grade with a plethora of Lisa Frank goodies. Urban Outfitters even managed to snag an interview with the dazzling fairy godmother herself — it's a must-see video, below — whose name is still synonymous with childhood fancy and the coolest writing supplies. It's time for some back-to-school shopping. Markie Unicorn, how we've missed you!

    Peep all the amazing merchandise ahead, and shop them on Urban Outfitters. Now.

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