Since Stuart Vevers assumed position of Executive Creative Director for Coach in 2013, the brand has seen a different light. Not only are his previous collections and long line of successes since his reign proof, the “Coach 1941 Fall 2016” collection is yet another. With this collection, a modern twist has been given to a mixture of vintage, cowboy and punk elements. The collection, which was presented at New York Fashion Week, is yet another success for Vevers who is a relentless Englishman. To thank for all his achievements are his understanding and appreciation of the brand, impressive background, and his item-driven approach, which has enabled him to create several must-have pieces from the get-go.
In every season, Coach dares to be different. The fashion house tends to add a certain funk by deviating from the norm yet embodying the season’s trend. Last winter, this was portrayed by the inclusion of bright colours like blue, yellow and orange in their collection. This fall, we see this in the choice of embellishments, primarily the patchwork (which I absolutely love).
Every single piece in this collection is an epitome of Vevers’ creativity and success. I’ll let you be the judge by looking at some of the pieces below:
Feel free to visit the Coach store at the Rideau Centre, the lovely team there will be happy to help. For more pieces from the collection, and previous ones, you can also visit the website.