21.06.13 by Staff

“Baguette Bag” by Cyan

baguette bag by cyan
Wondering how I’ve lived for so long without one of these Baguette Bags by Cyan. See more images below!

baguette bag by cyan

baguette bag by cyan

baguette bag by cyan

baguette bag by cyan

baguette bag by cyan

baguette bag by cyan

baguette bag by cyan


via: artnau

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  • Gee

    ribed for her pleasure !

  • Choupa

    What is the price of the baguette bag? I think Cyan should make baguette bags of different sizes that can take 1, 3,5,7 or 10 baguettes. It makes sense, I for instance always buy 3 baguettes or more, in this case the current baguette bag won’t be useful to me.

  • Michael S.

    I could have used this when I was in Bordeaux. I stopped on the way home to help a guy push start his car and stuck my baguette in my back pocket. Obviously it fell to the ground. Thank god it’s one little tough piece of bread, still tasted great when I got home.

    • http://www.booooooom.com/ Jeff Hamada


  • lagoram

    bread has never been so sexy.

    • Beyond the Drift

      Yeah, seriously, does it take that much leg to sell a Baguette Bag?

  • 喻淑康

    I just want to say very hungry now.

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