And you know, we might just let them.
The company is only three years old and is the brain child of sisters Kimberly and Nancy Wu, who used to design for nike.
Their simple and geometric designs are getting snapped up all over the globe, including at Opening Ceremony both here and Stateside.
The aim is to take luxury back to basics. As they explain on their website, they want to, "clear away conventional standards of luxury by magnifying what is essential and editing out excess."
That translates to Japanese style minimalism in leather and canvas, with clean lines and an alarming lack of logos.
"The goal is always to create something that is playful yet useful; something simple but deceivingly complex to construct," the designers explained to Cool Hunting.
"The emphasis is on the usefulness of of the shape while disregarding any excess decoration or details that could possibly detract from utilitarian focus," they add.
Of course, those who want to get jazzy can add leather tassels if they wish.
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