A belt by Michael Bastian.
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WWD Men's Collections issue 03/20/2017

For fall, Michael Bastian is turning his attention to small leather goods, applying his distinct take on American men’s wear to a new line of belts, wallets and bags, created through a licensing deal with Bespoke Goods.
The collection is being offered under the Michael Bastian Gray Label name, a more affordable iteration of his updated preppy-skewed line, and is designed to complement the brand’s tailored clothing, furnishings and footwear.
The inaugural offering includes reversible V-ring belts with banana-leaf print camouflage or leopard-patterned leather; roller-buckle camp belts; bucket-shape backpacks in canvas with leather detailing; zip wallets with interior card cases, and dopp and shaving kits. Gym bags sport a snake-print canvas with leather handles that complement some of Bastian’s footwear. The bags will retail from $175 to $295 and the wallets will sell for $35 to $55.

This story first appeared in the March 20, 2017 issue of WWD. Subscribe Today.

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