Collaboration: Apolis + Morgan H. Nichols Limited-Edition Market Bags, Oct 8 - 15

Collaboration: Apolis + Morgan H. Nichols Limited-Edition Market Bags, Oct 8 - 15

By Shea + Raan Parton

We think you’d agree with us that there’s no shortage of inspiring artists on Instagram. But, there’s one artist in particular that stood out to us for our Halloween Impact campaign in which every tote purchased will provide one day of diapers for a baby living in poverty thanks to the non-profit Baby2Baby!

We’re excited to introduce two limited-edition market bags with Morgan Harper Nichols each $58 USD (or 4 interest-free installments of $14.50 USD by Afterpay). Which phrase will you choose 'Beautiful things take time' Petite Market Bag or 'You are where you are meant to be' Petite Market Bag? With both options, you really can’t lose.

Morgan’s work elicits joy, confidence, and positivity and our collaboration with her is nothing short of that! Whether you’re shopping at the local farmers’ market, hauling around baby supplies, or using it as a unique gift for someone special in your life, these bags will uplift and radiate joy and serve as a reminder that wherever you are, it’s right where you’re meant to be. Our favorite thing about Morgan’s work is that it’s inspired by real stories from people just like you!

Not only will the positive message help you, your purchase directly helps people. Every bag sold will give an American family one day’s worth of diapers and basic necessities for their baby through Baby2Baby. While we agree with Morgan that beautiful things do take time, these bags won’t be around forever. Act quickly — this collaboration is only through October 15th.


Morgan Harper Nichols is originally from Atlanta, GA and currently resides with her husband in Orange County, CA. She is a writer, artist, and musician who makes her work around people and their stories. You can see more of her work at


Check out the photostory below to see more of Morgan Harper Nichols.


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