Part of the product being sold to accompany the The Way We Live Now show at London's Design Museum is this Terence Conran tote bag.
An object that many people will hold dear is celebrated on this Heritage sewing machine tote by Stephanie Cole Design.
Yes, the bag celebrates the instantly recognisable looks of the Singer sewing machine, based on an original illustration by this Cirencester based designer. If you like this number, you may be pleased to learn that it is also available on a cushion.
The bag costs £6.95.
Buy it from her Etsy shop
As a record label, Postcard Records was and is both influential and cool. So this Postcard Records tote bag by Edwyn Collins is certain to be popular amongst fans of jangle indie pop.
The label was founded in Glasgow in 1979, as a vehicle for Orange Juice and Josef K releases, sub-titled 'The Sound of Young Scotland'. It's widely credited as the key influence for modern-day indie pop.
The tote bag features the 'drumming cat' logo from the original record label, with the image signed by illustrator, Orange Juice man (and musical legend in his own right) Edwyn Collins. Grab one directly from his online store, it's just £8.
*apologies for quality of image.
If you were a fan of Lizzie Allen's print produced to celebrate 60th anniversary of Festival of Britain but couldn't quite justify the £250 price tag, there's a chance to pick up the design for a lot cheaper with this Festival of Britain tote bag.
It's a cotton bag, printed with the same design as used on the print, blending Lizzie Allen's distinctive vintage characters with the icons of the Festival, such as the Royal Festival Hall.
And then there's the bonus of the price. The bag costs just £15.
Buy it from the Southbank Centre
Novelty bags don't come much quirkier than this Cassette-shaped tote bag, which is currently for sale at Truffle Shuffle.
It is what it says – a large bag shaped like an old cassette tape, with a handle that looks not unlike some that loose tape that always hung out of old cassettes.
Ideal for a beach or shopper, but especially good for getting you attention, it sells for £7.99.