New Yorker French Army Knife Tote


Sex and the City's resident writer Carrie Bradshaw may have carried around the New Yorker magazine in her bag for 20 years, but this is what happens when the New Yorker becomes your bag. Well, in a sense... it's a heavy canvas tote in ecru with black accents on the handles, down the middle and wrapping around the bottom. And that bottom is gussetted, meaning it will open flat making it easy to stack books, magazines or whatever you're carrying about. One side features the iconic New Yorker logo embroidered in white (there is also a small handy outside pocket here) while the other sports a silk-screened New Yorker cartoon (either "French Army Knife" or "On the Internet, No One Knows You're a Dog"). At $35, it's a steal and is far better than the free tote you receive with a New Yorker subscription. Just think what it will do for your street-cred. Chris SchoppaA spoof on a Swiss army knife this French army knife has only cork screws. What more does a frenchman need? New Yorker Cartoon by Artist Michael Crawford, originally published on September 10th, 2001 Made in USA Organic Cotton YKK Zipper Size: 17"x15"