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Anna Corinna is selling more than 1,000 bags from her personal archives in a pop-up sale beginning Friday, June 17th. The founder and former creative director of Foley & Corinna collected bags for over 15 years, but can no longer keep up with the sheer volume.
"You can imagine the accumulation," she told Racked. "It’s amazing. Totally amazing."
She's ready to let go as she's changing gears to focus on her new store, located next door to the pop-up — "It’s a magical place" — and now you can benefit from her obsession.
Expect to see a lot of "inspiration bags," with styles from the 1960s to the 1990s represented. It'll be a mix of designer, one-of-a-kind, and new bags from the designer’s archives (you can expect at least a few styles from her namesake line), and they'll all be priced under $200. Don't worry if you can't make it on opening day, as the sale will be replenished daily.
"Anyone that walks into the sale will find five bags that work for you, or y’know, a thousand," Corinna said. "You could have a bag a day for the rest of your life!"
Pro tip: If you RSVP online, you’ll be able to gain early access to the sale’s friends and family party on Thursday, June 16th from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. Check out the Dealfeed below for more logistics.