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Accessories January, 13 2014

Utility Bibs by Japan’s BE IN THE BAG

BIB, a new brand from Japan, that makes — yes — bibs, introduce their first line of styles. Inspired by the history of the backpack from the ’50s to the ’80s, BIB (short for “Be in the Bag”) takes the idea of the bib and makes it more utilitarian, attaching zipper hardware and large pockets for extra functionality. The styles are also more fashionable than what we’re used to wearing at fancy restaurants and seem more suited for a woodshop or painter’s studio. See more styles here and watch out for them when they release this February.

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