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With community and local production in mind, Tae Park debuts its very first accessory in collaboration with nyc-based label 'Not Impressed.'
Known for their high quality hand woven beaded bags (loved by stars like Beyonce) - arrives the birth of our "Market 222" bag.
Designed for an everyday it-girl, the 'Market 222' bag features versatile functions that will enhance any outfit from day to night. Don't let it's mini size deceive you - she's packed to the bunch with multi-functional hardware in place.
With founder Taehee Park's obsession for mini bags and founder Evelyn Tao's concept inspired by her local hometown bead market, the Market 222 bag signifies positivity, luck and joy. 222 is all about duality, thus two individuals make a pair. With duality in mind, our 'Market 222' bag comes in two show stopping colors. One in Tae Park's Signature 'Hunter Green', and 'Not Impressed' best selling colorway 'Faux Tortoise.' Made 100% by hand with love and care, our 'Market 222' bag is made to order with limited quantities only. Making it truly one of its kind.
-Adjustable shoulder strap
-Handsewn metal snap closure
-Built in metal chain & keychain at strap
*Due to the dyeing process of this material, each bag is unique and some slight color transfer may occur. When wearing, we recommend avoiding light-colored surfaces. Please also note the delicate handmade process of this product, gently handle and store with care.
Body: 100% Acrylic, Straps: 100% Metal
6" x 4" x 3/4". Chain Strap Doubled: 14" Drop. Chain Strap Single: 29 1/2" Drop.
Handmade in USA.
About NOT IMPRESSED
Not Impressed is a NYC-based Accessories label founded by Ev Tao in 2014 that started out as a handmade jewelry label. While on vacation in her hometown Taipei, Taiwan, her Tulipa bags were unintentionally inspired by a trip to a local bead market with her mother. All pieces are made to order and hand crafted by the designer herself in her downtown studio.