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  • n. Plural form of carryall.


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  • These carryalls are just the pill for the winter blues — and will be well worth their price tags once spring has finally sprung.

    Color Me Happy

  • Monteiro's eBay watch list includes a new bed, Martin Margiela sweaters, Romeo Gigli sunglasses and leather carryalls for fall.

    Meredith Barnett: Designer Jeffrey Monteiro Gives Up Sugar for Fashion Week

  • The recycled plastic was suitable only for weaving into low-grade sheeting, such as the ubiquitous red-white-and-blue coverings on building sites and the cheap carryalls used by migrants when they travel.

    When a Billion Chinese Jump

  • Those accustomed to carrying Bottega Veneta hand-woven clutches might turn up their nose at the presumably plebeian selection, but Bag Borrow or Steal is as up-to-date as the most on-point fashion victim, with sought-after limited-edition Richard Prince for Louis Vuitton carryalls, and vintage Hermès Birkin bags.

    Keeping Up Appearances

  • The designer's timeless carryalls and evening bags have become a staple in the world of luxury accessories, spotted on public figures such as Reese Witherspoon, Angelina Jolie, and Princess Diana since the brand's inception in the early '90s.

    Rachel Strugatz: Anya Hindmarch, Handbag Designer: In Her Office (PHOTOS)

  • The designer's timeless carryalls and evening bags have become a staple in the worl ...

    Rachel Strugatz: Anya Hindmarch, Handbag Designer: In Her Office (PHOTOS)

  • They returned late Sunday evening, in a commotion of kicked-off shoes and set-down carryalls and switched-on lights.

    The Sanguine Sex

  • Founded in 1987 with its name inspired by the author of The Jungle Book, Kipling has evolved beyond its original roots of providing high quality backpacks into a distinctive, worldwide brand offering a range of carryalls for a variety of lifestyles.

    Stand Out This Spring with Handbags from Kipling

  • The Platonic ideal of carryalls, tote bags can range from humble to haute, but whatever the price point, they share an essential shape that marries classic form with practical function, such as schlepping stacks of bills from the bank to stuff under your mattress.

    The Simpler Things In Life

  • At a corner stall, under an awning that was saggy and tired, I stopped to study rack upon rack of cheap cotton carryalls from India, each for just ninety-nine pence, that were a lively rust and maroon and aquamarine, embroidered with dainty little flowers or stitched with beads and bits of glass.

    The Hundred-Foot Journey


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