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Oak just launched a limited-edition collection of leather bags via its more accessible label A.OK. Of course, since Oak specializes in things that are black and draped and aggressively the opposite of business casual, "more accessible" is relative here. In this case, it means materials like whitewashed crinkled leather and serious hardware detailing. We're especially fond of the pebbled backpack, which would be perfect for schlepping all your stuff to work, assuming you have a really cool job. [Refinery29]