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‘Women Are Totes Amazing’

The genius behind the ‘Ban The Single Use Prime Minister’ tote Gwen Blake launches another sure-to-be-viral bag. This time she's celebrating sisterhood.

By Lara Robertson

Culture

The genius behind the ‘Ban The Single Use Prime Minister’ tote Gwen Blake launches another sure-to-be-viral bag. This time she's celebrating sisterhood.

By Lara Robertson

You probably remember the ‘Ban The Single Use Prime Minister’ tote bag. Starting out from a Twitter meme inspired by the latest (of many) leadership spills, the bag quickly went viral on social media earlier this year. It was a hit with environmentalists and political aficionados alike, selling out in a matter of days and earning their maker, Melburnian entrepreneur and Future Women community member Gwen Blake, some serious cash money.

Now Blake’s company, Sans Sheriff, is releasing a new bag emblazoned with the slogan ‘Women Are Totes Amazing’, as a tribute to the women who have supported her over the past year.

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