Eko Skin Handbag

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Fashionable as it is versatile, the Eko Skin handbag is the perfect go-to accessory for the modern woman. This versatile, lightweight handbag can be carried in multiple ways from hand or shoulder to hand or crossbody. At just under a pound, the bag is a lightweight, yet protective carry option. Discreet and elegant enough for everyday, the Eko Skin handbag is a stylish and useful travel companion.
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€179.55
€246.05
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