And with that New York Fashion Week kicked off into full gear with some powerhouse shows and Coach's runway/presentation being one of them, it deserved its own review. Ever since Stuart Vevers took the helm at Coach, the new changes and more modern aesthetic blended in with tradition has been highly noted. This collection more so follow upon his Fall 2013 debut in which here we see the insurgence of mixed media and fantastic unusual coats in nearly mixed media style of Suede, Wool, and Leather, all having various fits.
The red coat in the first picture, reminds you of a bomber with the chest patch detail but its not, the leather sleeves and matching skirt in the outfit have a homeostasis of styling and design balance.
The plaid coat with chain detail under the pockets is amazing. Its sort of this inspired 70s American Prairie girl who grew up went to England, got vested in the Anglomania movement of rock bands and individual style, came back and brought that with her, in addition to listening to Bob Dylan while she was at it.
The bomber aviator long sherpa suede and leather coat that looks like a fusion between a motorcycle jacket and sherpa long fuzzy coat, genius. And not to mention the platform moto strapped leather boots, the models wore, the right amount of edge.
The last of my favorite looks being a non coat outfit, the pattern play is absolutely chic. The grey sweater top with the dotted silk looking sleeves and matching pattern on the trims and rocker like bandana around the neck in the same pattern is notable. And of course, the sheer over black skirt that is an unusual styling but it amazingly works is also notable.
I mean the outerwear in this collection is insanely cool and out there, its wearable and the classic Coach fan and non-Coach fan can be secure in trying out a thing or four from this collection. Even though it may seem haphazard, one can style it and make it seem like a million bucks.
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