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Accessories Designer Clare Vivier Debuts Her First Men's Collaboration—With Mike D of the Beastie Boys

The logo, unfortunately, is not a brass monkey.

Luxe accessories designer (a cult favorite amongst our female friends) Clare Vivier delighted stylish guys everywhere when she announced that she would start making men's goods earlier this year. And she has (finally) made good on her promise with the recent debut of her first men's collaboration with the Beastie Boys' Mike D and the Australian magazine, Monster Children.

The rapper served as the guest editor for the title's latest edition, and enlisted Vivier to create a series of products to celebrate it. The L.A.-based designer produced a slim card case and a canvas tote bag, as well as a dust cover that will house the print magazine when it gets shipped to its readers around the world.

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You can get your hands on the card wallet, the bag, and the latest issue of Monster Children through the magazine's online store. But before you do, take a look at how the goods were made in the video below.

—Details associate online style editor Justin Fenner.

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Image courtesy of Monster Children.
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