If you’ve ridden a New York City subway during rush hour in the past two years, you’ve seen an MZ Wallace bag. It’s the brand that makes those roomy, quilted totes that carry everything. Turns out, the bags were so popular that men had started buying them as well. The founders, Monica Zwirner and Lucy Wallace Eustice, decided to roll with it and make a men’s collection, called the Bleecker Collection. The brand’s first foray into menswear launched today. Be prepared to see more couples with matching bags, now.
“Like our women’s offering, the goal with the Bleecker Collection is to address as many of his needs as possible with a considered selection of sensibly edited pieces, rather than endless single-function options,” Wallace Eustice said in a release. There’s a Dopp kit, a duffel bag, a backpack, a briefcase, and two sizes of messenger bags. The six styles, which all come in black and blue camo, are made of nylon with leather accents. Many come with details like a laptop sleeve and multiple pockets. The duffel has a sleeve that you can hook onto a rolling suitcase (which, trust me, is a super-useful feature when you’re running through an airport). Oh, and they’re water- and stain-resistant. Shop some of our favorites below.
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