New York-based designer John Varvatos is introducing a collection of leather goods for his Star USA label this fall.

Geared to a younger sensibility than the designer’s eponymous collection, Star USA still features a mature, meticulous attention to detail and highly innovative finishes.

Subsequently, the new accessories collection, including belts, bags, small leather goods and accessories, integrates seamlessly with the label’s established aesthetic.

“This collection brings both design and value to our customers,” says Varvatos. “It’s not just about a price point though, it’s also about giving this younger guy accessible options that he can really relate to.”

Made in collaboration with Cipriani Accessories, there are five groups, including caribou leather; antique calf; pebble grain; canvas; and a nylon/leather group silkscreened with typically irreverent Star USA motifs — a skull, guitar and marijuana leaf. Another iconic symbol, the peace sign hand and flag, is used throughout the collection and stamped on the inside of wallets and used as a lining for bags.

Bags themselves are hand-stitched in Italian leather, with raw-cut edges and chunky hardware. Wallets are made from soft skins but clip onto tough biker chains. Zippers, studs and hanging medallions feature the peace sign, while bracelets and belts are hand-stained with feathered edges. One highlight of the belts is a special “x-ray” detail, where studs are in fact covered in leather for a unique look.

Price points for the collection range from $65-$550, with bags starting at $150; small leather goods starting at $68; and belts starting at $65.

The collection will be available nationwide in all John Varvatos boutiques and select retailers and shop-in-shops.