70’s inspired, the Coach 1941 show at New York Fashion Week was nothing but amazing. Officially a fur-free brand, we are loving the modern twist in creating woolen bomber jackets and cardigans. The brand delivered updated outerwear that will make you ace the runway look anywhere you go. We’re talking about the printed bomber jacket with leather tassels that would elevate any casual wear, the classic check-print that is a fashion statement you need for Monday blues, the printed jumper that is perfect for a movie night and more.
The opposite attractions between the Creative Director of Coach, Stuart Vevers’ vision and an American Artist, Kaffe Fasset’s creative work of art gave more attitude towards the collection. Utilizing punk detailing for a fashion twist to its retro take. The mesmerizing painterly florals on the all-weather parkas, Lurex sweater, and lace-trim frocks were enlivening each piece. While some sweet and light chiffon dresses were toughened up with hefty checks and plaid. Not to forget the Coach’s trademark craftsmanship that was seen on some of the key pieces to complete the FW19 collection.
Here are some of the favorites that are definitely worth the investment!