Local designer’s tote to be included in Grammy gift bags

The Victrola Tote by Giacini Atelier, a San Diego-based eco-friendly handbag company, has been selected as one of the items in the official gift bags going to presenters and performers of the 51st Annual Grammy Awards on Feb. 8.

The Victrola is a metro-chic environmentally conscious carryall.

For more information: www.giaciniatelier.com; (619) 708-9040.

The Grammys will air on CBS at 8 p.m. Feb. 8.

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