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I love Marc Jacobs

By | May 2nd 2012

By Wambui Thimba

What bag are you carrying today?

I’m carrying a black and tan Susen bag.

How many bags do you have?

I have five bags.

Where do you buy your bags?

Marcel Temba, Model and dermatologist.

I get bags from my sister when she travels and some I buy locally.

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Do you change bags often?

I change bags thrice a week depending on my mood or what I’m wearing.

What do you like about this bag?

I love the colour, the fabric and the size.

Do you have any designer bags?

I have a Gucci bag and a Louis Vuitton bag.

If you were a designer bag, what bag would you be?

I would definitely be a Marc Jacobs bag!

What item in your bag would you never leave the house without?

My phone, make-up brushes and wet wipes.

What’s in your bag today?

Beauty Formulas facial wipes, Sleek make-up brushes, Bible, Dettol, hand sanitiser, Kryolan eye shadow and lipstick collection.

I also have a pencil case, mobile phone, manicure set, comb, money purse, house keys, jewellery box, Nivea lip balm and lip-gloss

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