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Japanese fashion brand Samantha Vega is teaming up with Pokémon for a line of purses and bags.

As seen on At Press, there are different themes in the collection, and while a couple of the bags just look like purses with Pokémon face slapped on it, that Poké Ball one is especially excellent.

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Image: C) Nintendo・Creatures・GAME FREAK・TV Tokyo・ShoPro・JR Kikaku (C) Pokemon
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Image: C) Nintendo・Creatures・GAME FREAK・TV Tokyo・ShoPro・JR Kikaku (C) Pokemon
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Illustration for article titled Here Are Some Official Pokémon Purses And Bags
Image: C) Nintendo・Creatures・GAME FREAK・TV Tokyo・ShoPro・JR Kikaku (C) Pokemon
Illustration for article titled Here Are Some Official Pokémon Purses And Bags
Image: C) Nintendo・Creatures・GAME FREAK・TV Tokyo・ShoPro・JR Kikaku (C) Pokemon

Ditto for that very cool Pikachu backpack.

Illustration for article titled Here Are Some Official Pokémon Purses And Bags
Image: C) Nintendo・Creatures・GAME FREAK・TV Tokyo・ShoPro・JR Kikaku (C) Pokemon
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And the shopping bag.

Illustration for article titled Here Are Some Official Pokémon Purses And Bags
Image: C) Nintendo・Creatures・GAME FREAK・TV Tokyo・ShoPro・JR Kikaku (C) Pokemon

Originally from Texas, Ashcraft has called Osaka home since 2001. He has authored six books, including most recently, The Japanese Sake Bible.

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