Summer may just be starting, but it’s never too early to start thinking about fresh looks to take with you to school come the fall. And it doesn’t get much fresher than the first-ever backpack from Maison Martinez, a bag that it has simply dubbed the “MODEL#01.”

Designed by Italian artist Andrea Afeltra, the backpack’s sleekness is felt most clearly in its jet-black aesthetic, one constructed from Tuscan calfskin and embossed in its lower half with crocodile. The inside of the bag is lined with canvas, while the outside is adorned with adjustable straps, a studded belt, and a large frontal pocket with an invisible zipper.

The “MODEL#01” is only available via request on Afeltra’s website.

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