! Matching Gucci Luggage.
You’ve got this one in the bag!
They are located on a cul de sac downtown.
The sign does not lie.
“Paper or plastic?”
It’s the new normal. If you’re going to be stuck at home and all you can do is tell people what you’ve bought, it might as well be Sacks instead of Saks.
their slogan: for when you just feel like baggin’ it…
I’d rather shop at Bagstrom’s.
“Don’t wrap it, bag it, it’s in the bag”
That woman you see is a bag lady!
These are nice but do they have anything from Giorgio Gunny?
Would Madame care for this canvas with impressed leopard print? On sale, only $559.99
Guy at the counter should have had a pink slip….
Located next to the Scotch Tape Store.
Behold The Glorious Return of the Humble Paper Sack! Despite Not Having Enough Trees, Apparently We Have Leaves Every Year, To Continue Producing Them.
Since single use plastic bags are banned in NY, they will do a lot of business at their flagship store.
Do you want a bag for your sacks?
This is the real mental image you have at five years old when you first hear someone say Saks Fifth Avenue. It could be a thought bubble in The Family Circus.
Paper bags are all we have left after the Trump admin.
I buy my matching yellow luggage by the roll of 50 at the hardware store now that the boy scouts aren’t selling them.
Kind of like the Container Store.
I’m sorry to say that’s what I pictured for years
In the interest of peace, they didn’t print the cartoon where the person actually left the “s” off of the end of “Sacks” and the calamity which ensued…
Formerly at my grocers, but do not, I repeat do not trust the handles.
Now that you have to PAY for plastic, there’s certainly a market…
Will this cartoon wind up hanging in the Met under the title “The Sacking Of Fifth Avenue”?
An HR manager’s dream. If you have to sack someone…
Reminds me of the national effort of well-intentioned pollution. Instead of free, flimsy, plastic grocery sacks that actually did degrade over time, we were forced to buy paper sacks. OK. Now there seems to be a paper sack shortage across the nation, so we are forced to pay 10 cents for a “reusable”, i.e. “virtually indestructible” plastic bag, which will likely NOT be reused and take decades to degrade.
Next up: “Snacks 5th Ave”.
So that’s what they still there! I always wondered.
So that’s what they sell there! I always wondered.
Some of the nicer stores put purchases in sturdy bags with their name on the outside. Would you believe that many used ones are for sale on eBay? I just looked, and a large paper bag with the Saks name on it, is $14.99. What some people won’t do for the appearance of some kind of economic status!
I’ve got a fifth in my sack.
I think the clerk needs to be sacked
“Do you carry anything in burlap?”
It’s in the bag.