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Duane Reade & Alvin Valley Push Reusable Totes

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We're not sure how we overlooked this: during Fashion Week, drugstore chain Duane Reade launched a reusable eco-tote designed by Alvin Valley. At the time, the bag was only available at three stores, but now, in honor of Earth Month, they'll be offering the "Use It, Don't Abuse It" bag at 41 stores citywide. Is it worth the $14.99 cost? Judge for yourself by watching the above video, a look at the tote at its unveiling that's pleasantly set to the tune of Bill Withers' "Lovely Day."
· Duane Reade Expands Availability of Fashionable Alvin Valley Eco-Tote in Celebration of Earth Month [PRNewswire]