Loveworn. Hand-treated. Tailored and playful and surprisingly sheer. A celebration of
authenticity over perfection, and a canvas for endless self-expression.
“Spring is a tribute to the way today’s generation is
writing their own story through fashion.”
—Coach Creative Director, Stuart Vevers
Super-sheer slip dresses and barely-there knits. Tailored pieces with a playful senses of proportion. Patchwork, fringe and--of course--lots of leather.
The Coach Shapes returned in new and novel forms, alongside a sweet bowling bag and oversized totes. The star of the show? Our iconic
Tabby--now quilted, and sometimes in a kiss print, too.
Denim and leather were hand-treated to a perfect patina, and mixed in with upcycled seconhand finds. Marigolds, black walnut and indigo served as botanical dyes for our series of slip dresses.
The New York Public Library’s Bryant Park location provided the ideal backdrop for the evening:
a historic location, steeped in heritage, where everyone is welcome.
The Front Row
Seated and ready. Jennifer Lopez, Lil Nas X, Camila Mendes, Dove Cameron, Youngji Lee, Lil Buck, Benito Skinner, Lola Tung and
Sasha Colby all stopped by the library to see the show.
This year marks Creative Director Stuart Ververs’ tenth year at Coach, and he paid homage to
the fashion archetypes that define New York City--stripped down to the essentials.