You’re looking at a $100 bag with a picture of a painting on the back.

And a tiny pocket in the back pocket.

And then a zipper on the bottom, right under the back flap.

And on the front flap you have a bunch of different designs and you can see the name of the shop, the name and the address of the artisan who made it.

That’s the idea behind the first Khemchands Artisan Bag.

You’re looking around the shop and there are all these little pockets and the artist is sitting in front of a drawing board, just talking.

There’s a drawing on the drawing board.

The next day, you go home and you look at the drawing.

And you go, Wow, this is just amazing.

What makes the Khemchi’s Artisan Kit unique?

It’s really simple.

Khemchandi is a local artisan who started making bags in the 1990s, but she had no idea she could sell them to the public.

So when she started out she started selling her bags on a website and it quickly went viral, and it got her a few friends, some big brands.

It was just a passion.

But then in 2011, she got hit with a lawsuit from a woman who claimed she had been tricked into buying a bag that she thought was handmade by her dad, and the judge said he couldn’t find any evidence that he did this.

So, she sued the company, and now she’s suing them again.

The Khemchukis were sued by a woman, who said she was duped by the company into buying Khemchy’s Artisans Bag, and her suit claims they made her purchase a fake, bogus bag.

I feel like, at this point, you know, we’ve got to say that we’ve really put our money where our mouth is, that we’re gonna do what we have to do to protect the consumers.

And so we’re really looking at every avenue that we can to protect them.

This case has been filed in a federal court in Washington, D.C. It’s one of the largest suits ever filed against an online retailer, and we’re hopeful that this is the first step in protecting consumers.

But we also want to make sure that the people who are selling these products know that they’re not going to be allowed to continue selling them.