Every now and then, you stumble on something so jaw-droppingly glorious, there's nothing left to say but... Belt Buckle Daggers, from Hurt Couture. These covertly deadly accessories are lovingly crafted by an LA-based designer, and modeled after a prototype proffered by a friend-of-a-friend -- an honest-to-god Eastern European Gypsy, who hopefully told him "I've got an idea for a belt buckle dagger, but if I tell you, one of us has to die". The set-up: a 3 1/2 inch blade made of solid Zinc composite metal, finished with 14-karat-gold or nickel, slid into a built-into-the-belt suede sheath so stealthy, only your FUPA will know it's there. The buckle attaches via a pin to any of HC's high-quality leather belts, each hand-cut from whole hides and ranging from a large-grommitted brown to an intensely distressed, cracked white -- if anyone calls you out for wearing it after Labor Day, they will pay in fingers. Each buckle comes with two belts of your choice, plus an imploring note, which says everything from "Please don't wear to airports or city hall or skiing for obvious reasons" to "Call your mother" -- though she'll only be confused and afraid when you just keep repeating "Belt Buckle Dagger."