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Los Angeles' own Joyrich goes national in its spring 2011 collaboration with the original ripstop nylon bagmaker, LeSportsac. Known for its electric, playful design approach that infuses a bit of pop into street-luxe looks, Joyrich has designed four very distinct prints to adorn backpacks, weekend totes, and heart shaped cross-body bags. Cory Kennedy resurfaces with her slouchy cool as the lookbook's model. Styles come in black quilted patent and a Stephen Sprouse for Vuitton-inspired white-on-black number print. But we especially like the trompe l'oeil chain print backpack and pink leopard purses. There's also a clever trio of zip pouches that gives you all three prints at once. Perfect for travel, summer parties, and bicycling around.