Stuart Vevers, creative director of Coach 1941, re-created ‘’the quintessential New York City loft’’ in a former warehouse on 12th Avenue, exactly at the 47th Street Warehouse, as a backdrop for his Fall/Winter 2020 collection. This was chapter two of his interpretation of ‘’stripped-back New York cool’’ to continue a narrative that started last season.
Stuart Vevers presented his Fall/Winter 2019 men’s and women’s collection for Coach 1941 at the American Stock Exchange in New York City. This season, the familiar becomes unfamiliar, vivid and uncanny. Dismantled and reassembled. Dipped in psychedelia. Marine air permeates oceanic shades and prismatic optimism. Kaleidoscopic print dresses trailing and cascading. The house Signature evolves
Following Valentino and Dior Men in Tokyo, Coach 1941’s Stuart Vevers is the third designer in three weeks to stage a ‘’destination show’’ in Asia, more precisely in Shanghai, one of Coach’s biggest markets since its launch there in 2003. Set at the West Bund Art Center, the ‘’Coach Lights Up Shanghai’’ Pre-Fall 2019 runway
Titled ‘’Lights, Camera, Holiday’’, Coach has unveiled its Holiday 2018 campaign featuring Selena Gomez, the global face of the brand for almost three years now. Written and directed by creative duo Henry and Rel of Supermarché, the film is all-things holiday as Gomez auditions for the gig of the season, known as the Coach Holiday
Santa Fe, New Mexico, is the Stuart Vevers’s next stop for Coach 1941’s Spring/Summer 2019 show. Inspired by a recent trip to Santa Fe, specifically the Ghost Ranch, famous for its prehistoric fossils and Georgia O’Keeffe paintings, the designer offered a charming and contemporary interpretation of an Eighties’ New Romantic vibe. He also once again