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Ame & Lulu introduces men’s collection

Replace your beat-up backpack with a rugged canvas weekender.

Replace your beat-up backpack with a rugged canvas weekender.

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Local designer Amye Kurson, founder of Ame & Lulu, a preppy line of sporty bags and accessories, recently introduced a men’s collection. Under the more masculine moniker R. Scott, Kurson offers six sturdy canvas pieces, including this handsome weekender. More grown up than a backpack, more polished than a gym bag, it’s great for quick getaways or as an airplane carry-on. R. Scott Expediter bag by Ame & Lulu, $148 at Flat of the Hill, 60 Charles St., Boston, 617-619-9977

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