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Lizzie Fortunato Has Every Bag We Need For Spring

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    R29 favorites and Queens of the collab, Kathryn and Lizzie Fortunato are on our radar and wishlist again with Lizzie Fortunato Jewels' stellar spring '12 lookbook. Hand beaded phone and card cases, leather two-tone cross-body bags, and geometric clutches for the e-reader in your life are suddenly vital to our warm-weather wardrobes thanks to this new Indian-inspired collection. We're stoked to pick up all a few of the tech cases for ourselves (hello, jetset camera bag) because, really, what's the point in investing in an iPad if you're not going to show it off carefully guard it in a chic triangle patterned clutch?

    We're totally smitten with the beaded bags and cargo cases, but it must be noted the sisters Fortunato are no one-trick-pony. Crescent-shaped enamel pendants, beaded bolo ties, and animal-print necklaces (yes, you read that correctly) round out the collection (not to mention our summer concert uniforms).

    Click through the slideshow and prepare yourself for some major beaded accessory envy, then shop the bags on V.O.D. The full collection is available April 13 on the Lizzie Fortunato website (proof that good things come to those who wait).

    Photos by Jason Ross Savage

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