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Coach, Hudson's Bay Ink Accessories Deal

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The two companies have teamed for a collection of accessories.

Hudson's Bay Company Collections and Coach come together to launch an accessories capsule collection with elements from the two brands' most recognizable details: Coach's horse and carriage print, based on its first house logo and the HBC green, red, yellow and indigo Multistripe.

Made with Coach's coated canvas, the Hudson's Bay Company Collections + Coach Field tote features the horse and carriage motif and HBC Multistripe down the center of the bag. The versatile carryall is finished with leather details and a detachable lightweight webbing strap for shoulder or crossbody wear.

In the same materials and adorned with the motifs from Coach and Hudson's Bay, the Hudson's Bay Company Collections + Coach small zip-around wallet features an interior zip pocket for coins, four traditional slots for essential cards, three additional pockets for receipts and a full-length bill compartment.

"Hudson's Bay is proud to partner with Coach, a brand that shares our legacy of craft and timeless style on a collaboration that celebrates each brands' unique DNA and long-standing retail history in North America," says Tyler Franch, vice president, fashion director, Hudson's Bay. "Bringing together Coach's horse and carriage logo print with Hudson's Bay's iconic Multistripe make this limited-edition collaboration a collector-worthy staple for Canadians."

The collection includes a tote bag and zip wallet, available in two colorways, available now on thebay.com or through the "Hudson's

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