The three totes ($198 each) are constructed from recycled sails, with geometric color blocks inspired by the neon lobster buoys off the coast of Maine -- which is how multi-media designer Angela Adams initially got hooked up with J. Crew creative director Jenna Lyons. The two had a mutual friend, as well as a mutual penchant for the seaside aesthetic, and therefore came up with the beachy, water-resistant bags, which feel pitch-perfect for upcoming Memorial Day weekend adventures.
Angela Adams Sail Bags for J. Crew
Monday, May 24, 2010 Updated at 3:15 PM EST