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Obama “Love” Tote from DVF

obamatote.jpgDiane von Furstenberg wants you to show your love for President Obama and celebrate change with the Obama Love Tote. Made of heavyweight natural cotton canvas tote with reinforced black bottom and straps– it also has messages from DVF printed in her handwriting all over it. 

The tote is part of the “Runway to Change” initiative– proceeds from it will go towards the Inaugural Committee. Bag measures: 12″ high x 19 wide” x 4 1/2″ deep.

Kelly’s birthday is coming up, I know just what to get her! This is perfect to tote to the beach and to the park with her girls.  


Get the Obama Love tote for $70 at DVF.com

13 thoughts on “Obama “Love” Tote from DVF”

  1. it’s a cuite bag…here’s a shaka to the local boy from Hawaii! not only is he president but a world famous designer has created a bag in his honor!

  2. Hi Lina,

    this satin clutch from Cavalli is obscene! how can anyone get away with this kind of pricing in any economy, not to mention our close to depressed economy?

  3. There’s a line between fashion and political statements, it should not ever exist! I too, lost respect for DVF as a designer. Never before, the commercialism of politics has ever been so pungent!

  4. There’s a line between fashion and political statements, it should not ever exist! I too, lost respect for DVF as a designer. Never before, the commercialism of politics has ever been so pungent!

  5. This is a terrible, cheap looking bag. She’s clearly jumping on the “let’s squeeze every dime out of this movement” bandwagon. Shame on her.

  6. Seriously people,do a bit of research before you comment!Proceeds from the Obama Love Tote will go towards the Inaugural Committee. But of course you can’t even be bothered to click on the link. This tote is also available on Obama’s official website. Oh,and to those who think fashion should not mix with politics-fashion is always about current. Think Vivienne Westwood.

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