Brand: Yeti OutCoach

Season: Pre-Fall 2019

Key Pieces: The ultra-comfortable, polished textured leather belt pouch is a standout from the collaborative collection. It's adorned with the creative collective's smiley face and Coach's signature “rexy” on the nose.

Release Date: Available now

Buy: yetiout.com, SSENSE, END. Clothing, Farfetch and Coach stores worldwide

Editor’s Notes: After debuting their collaboration in Shanghai last December, Coach and Yeti Out unveil the accompanying “Monday Mourning” lookbook. The collaborative collection is modeled by Tele Fresco who produced Lizzo's  "Truth Hurts" alongside digital artist, Dalena Tran.

Yeti Out's founders– twin brothers Arthur and Thomas Bray and Erisen Ali An– describe the collection as an ode to never-ending weekends and the lifestyles of the hedonistic, bridging the euphoria of dance culture with quality design. The idea was to fuse the creative energy of Shanghai with the bold attitude of New York.

The belt pouch for $225 is the most obvious example of this synthesis. The collection also includes a selection of T-shirts with the same smiley/rexy design for $85. Coach has also recast its smooth leather C11 sneaker with Yeti Out’s signature graphic.

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