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Dubai, United Arab Emirates -  25, August 2019:  GUESS has launched its exciting new range of backpacks and bumbags which are perfect if your hands are full!
 
With longer straps and classic shapes – bum bags are the best hybrid of a backpack and briefcase.
 
But not to neglect backpacks – GUESS has a range of fashion-forward, colourful bags which can store all your daily essentials.

With matte faux leather finishes to dark red velvet and baby pink – there is something to suit all styles.

 



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