Few brands can pull off a bag punctuated by a gigantic, belt-like buckle. Just last week we featured buckle-trimmed accessories, but none were as bold as this. Then again, BOYY isn’t your average brand. The brainchild of Jesse Dorsey and Wannasiri Kongman grabbed our attention a couple of years ago, thanks to their label’s way with strong, masculine lines and decidedly un-precious details. I have two BOYY bags myself, and I’ve always loved the duo’s unique take on classic styles.
Now the cult line’s new collection, featuring covetable elements of crocodile and shearling against calfskin and suede in take-anywhere sizes, is available for just two more days on Moda Operandi. The suede Devon injects colorblocked structure to your once-standard hobo, while the Lucas (think an eye-catching jolt of color) and Bobby Blindfold (featuring a Pop Art-inspired image of a woman smoking a lingering cigarette) utilize the buckle in unexpected ways. On the luxer end of their new spectrum, the shearling Karl displays sumptuous monochrome stripes, but it’s the all-crocodile Karl 24 and Romeo (with a geometric cutout handle) top-handle-to-shoulder styles that are naturally the most tempting. Let’s be honest: Most boys will end up disappointing you, one way or another. Not these guys! Available through Wednesday, $995-$6,950, on Moda Operandi.
Suede Devon Bag ($1,080)
Lucas Bag ($995)
Bobby Blindfold Bag ($1,425)
Striped Shearling Karl Bag ($1,185)
Crocodile 24 Bag ($6,950)
Crocodile Romeo Bag ($6,595)