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Aritiza Doing Bags For Fall As Part Of Huge Brand Expansion

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Canadian-based Aritiza, which has shops in cities like New York, San Francisco, and Chicago, has a lot of newness in store for fall. This week marked the launch of in-house brand Sunday Best, hitting the current-trends-meets-vintage-favorites mark, and running from $30 for tees to $250 for outerwear.

Also in the works are two new denim brands, Paradise Mine and The Castings, plus the debut of two in-house handbag lines, Six Eleven and Auxiliary. We got a peak at next season's goodies in the company's New York showroom—click through for a look.

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