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WHITNEYMANNEY All Day Every Day Poppy Tote
Style, space, and more space....everything we need in the perfect everyday bag. Incredibly sturdy, you can put any and everything inside this bag and make it through the day.
Need a change of clothes, some snacks, makeup, a laptop?! Just throw it in the bag. The silhouette allows for the shape to change and expand with the number of essentials you put in the bag.
A Kansas City, MO native, Whitney Manney graduated from the Kansas City Art Institute in 2012 with a BFA in Fibers. With a desire to create art in a wearable format, Manney creates garments and textile designs under her independent label WHITNEYMANNEY.
About the poppy:
Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae, a noted Canadian physician before the war, served with Canada’s First Brigade Artillery as a surgeon at a field hospital in Belgium. As he worked within sight of poppies blooming across old battlefields and fresh graves, he crafted a poignant testament against war and wasted lives that arguably became the Great War’s most famous poem, “In Flanders Fields.” McCrae himself died from disease in 1918, the war’s last year.
American Moina Michael is credited for giving rise to the use of the poppy as a symbol of remembrance. Working as a YMCA Overseas War secretary in New York, she read that John McCrae had died and vowed to always wear a red poppy of Flanders Fields in remembrance.
She made the first sales of the Flanders Fields Memorial Poppy in November 1918. From that point forward, it was her mission to make the poppy the national memorial symbol and inspire the world to return to peace after the “war to end all wars.”
All items are shipped from the Museum Store in Kansas City, Missouri.
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