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Using science, architecture, and engineering principles as the basis of its designs, Hlaska's hand-stitched, utilitarian accessories are suitable for everyday secret agents. Laptop sleeves ($95), messenger-style bags, and structured portfolio cases ($250) snuggle precious electronic items in sleek cocoons, while Italian leather wallets such as the nominal billfold ($145) include simple thumb cutaways for sliding out IDs and maps of the future. If you prefer to carry your cash in a large sack with a dollar sign on it, you can instead drape your torso in the lightweight and breathable Mariner linen shirt ($95), or slip your walking stilts into chino pants ($95) made from 100% organic cotton. Astronomy-themed extras, such as the telescope tie ($95), will get people's attention at your next NASA interview, particularly if that's the only thing you wear to it.