Lately, most designer collaborations have seemed a bit like a maybe-forced marriage of two wholly different aesthetics (read: Matthew Williamson’s amazingly unexpected rain boots for Havaianas, Fleabags x J.Crew’s carry-all leather tote, which turned out to be adorable), but just as we’d expected for Coach’s partnership with Frye, the like-minded heritage companies found a way to perfect what they both do best: leather.
On sale today, the 8-piece footwear collection ranges from $398 for a short metallic Veronica boot with gold buckle detailing and $1,863 for the Coyote Harness Boot, an exceptionally luxurious winter shoe. Also included are tall motorcycle boots with the Coach’s signature C and a pair of ocelot-print haircalf boots.
It’s a good thing the designs are a timeless combination of both brand’s aesthetics, because between Coach’s 100-step production process and Frye’s 190-step treatment, you can be sure your pair will last you for years.
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