Scooterboy – Foxtail With Token

Posted by Ploi Malakul | November 24th, 2012 Share

Scooterboy – Foxtail With Token

A dream becomes true. With this shopping cart token’s foxtail by designer Bea Seggering, you’ll always be in the fast lane. He’s a Scooterboy (Synthetic fibre, $15), she said see ya later boy, but he wasn’t good enough for her and now he’s a superstar: F – foxy, don’t forget to nonchalantly hang your arm out the window! ❚ Flattr this

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