TOKYObay's Arrival of the Sacchetto Meets the Needs of Mothers Everywhere Fashion Article Posted April 23, 2007
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San Francisco based fashion accessory company TOKYObay makes the lives of mothers easier this Mother's Day. The arrival of their 'sacchetto waist pouch alleviates the burden of carrying a cumbersome handbag and leaves mothers hands-free, therefore more able to multi-task.
TOKYObay designed the 'sacchetto because the market lacked a bag that provided both practicality and style. The 'sacchetto is an ultra-versatile pouch-like bag that serves as an extra pocket- holding a cell phone, day planner, sunglasses and lip-gloss close at hand- allowing the ability to manage multiple tasks while remaining put-together. The inspiration for the 'sacchetto came from Japanese hairdressers equipment pouches. The style has been appropriated by designers Dory Isaacs and Jun Kobayashi to fit TOKYObay's look of East meets West design. Sacchetto comes in 14 different styles to suite every taste. The bag is sleek and compact; just the right size to fit everything one needs without the bulk. Made with both eco friendly materials, as well as some in genuine leather, the 'sacchetto is the modern day stylish solution to the fanny-pack
It's a bag you won't find elsewhere. That was the motivation for designing it. Women need a stylish alternative that is also practical says Dory Isaacs, one half of TOKYObay's design duo. Plus, the role of moms is becoming more and more diverse and they need products that fit their lifestyles. The Sacchetto is for that mom that runs about town all day, works, takes care of the kids and still wants a social life. She needs a bag that will transition as much as her life does.
In honor of moms this Mother's Day TOKYObay will be giving away a gift with any purchase of $35 dollars or more from April 23rd to May 13th. Visit www.tokyobayinc.com to view their entire range of product.
Founded in 1991, design duo Dory Isaacs and Jun
Kobayashi have been catering to the independent and style conscious
consumer for 16 years. Just this year the launch of the retail website
has made TOKYObay as available as ever.