In Mia Moretti’s new collaboration with Kassatex, the DJ and author of Low Touch Economy, a collection of poems, designed a collection of woven wonders, from totes to baskets, that are all delightfully multipurpose. No, really. Take, for example, the jumbo farmers’ market tote: “This bag is designed for when you think you are just picking up ‘a few things’ at the market and don’t think you need a cart,” says Moretti. “It is also useful for carrying small children or friends, antiques, large flowers, sports equipment, laundry, a lot of dry cleaning, and pieces of driftwood you find on the beach.”
And then there’s the wine tote, which, thanks to clever interior dividers, can fit three bottles of vino, which Moretti describes as the appropriate number to bring to a picnic or dinner at a friend’s house. (She’s partial to a funky Italian natural white, an Italian natural red, and a Côte de Beaune.) But when it’s not party time, the bag can hold baguettes, flower bouquets, and any other libations.
Plus there are nesting baskets, available in three colorways, where she stores everything from herbs and lemons to paintbrushes and poetry books. She even uses one as a wastebasket, a smaller one to hold toiletries for visiting friends, and a large one to house towels.
“Having an organized home is actually less important to me than a lot of things, such as having: piles of books, bundles of fresh and dried herbs, stacks of papers with half-written poems, flowers, plants, loads of wine, some sourdough baguettes, and an open door,” says Moretti. But with this collection, she doesn’t really have to choose.
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