If you're searching for the perfect everyday bag, look no further, 'cause you'll no doubt find one in brand-new line Haerfest's fall '11 lookbook. The brainchild of brothers Tim and Dan Joo, Haerfest's designs are subtle with an urban undercurrent borne of their life in New York. The brothers' disparate skills—Tim studied at Parsons and honed his trade at Patrik Ervell and Opening Ceremony, whilst Dan studied engineering—are evident in the bags' deceptively simple construction and covetable aesthetic. Although the dynamic duo originally started out designing for men, their female friends couldn't keep their hands off the bags, and the range evolved into one with undeniably unisex appeal. Don't take our word for it, click through the slideshow and check out these modern classics for yourself! Let's just call 'em wo-man bags.
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Engineer Mark Bryan was in college the first time he put on a pair of heels. Initially, it was a joke; he was dating a woman who, in heels, was taller than