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The Men's Collab You'll Want To Shop, Too

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    Take one look at my photo above, and you can clearly tell I'm a dude. Although my body is hairier than a bearskin rug, and I speak about five octaves lower than most of the R29 staffers, I secretly (or not-so-secretly) wish I could slide my man-hooves into fancy heels or carry a super-gorg bag — just like the ladies. And, yes — I am fully aware this could be a side effect of writing about female-geared goods all day long.

    But, I can't imagine I'm the only person perfectly okay with blurring fashion's gender lines. You know you've coveted a rad guy's tee or legit canvas bag at least once in your lifetime. And, if you haven't, believe me — one look at Coach's new limited-edition men's collaboration with Philip Crangi (the man behind Giles & Brother, as well as his namesake jewelry line) will convince you to borrow from the boys.

    The collection of bracelets, belts, and key fobs may technically be meant for the gents. But, its perfect marriage of the Crangi's signature brass hardware and Coach's iconic leather could easily slide into any wardrobe. See for yourself with a look at some noteworthy pieces you're guaranteed to love. Trust me — I'm a man of my word.

    Photo: Courtesy of Coach.

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