For the Originals–past, present, future.
A joyful celebration of craft and pop culture,
where the off-beat charm of art house collides
with the authority of our heritage. Featuring
the work of Jean-Michel Basquiat.
An original Original. The work of artist
Jean-Michel Basquiat features throughout the
collection. “Basquiat is the ultimate cultural
icon and a symbol of the unorthodox creativity
that is nurtured in a place like New York,” says
Coach Creative Director, Stuart Vevers.
Punk rock/garage band The Coathangers are
joined by surprise guest, Blondie frontwoman
Debbie Harry–a friend of Coach and icon of
New York’s New Wave scene.
Heritage for the next wave: Kiko Mizuhara,
Kaia Gerber, Adut Akech, Leon Dame and
more walk the runway in Stuart Vevers'
collection for Coach.
Color. Pop. Pose. Michael B. Jordan,
Megan Thee Stallion, Kōki, Quincy Brown
and Debbie Harry, get into portrait mode in our special studio at the show venue.
Photographs by Alessandro Simonetti.
Illustrations by Jason Naylor.
“For fall, I imagined a group of creatives, living and hanging
out in New York. Unpretentious, authentic––their style is collaged,
individual and in sync with their lives.”
— Coach Creative Director, Stuart Vevers
Inspired by the 24/7 New York lifestyle, flat-flat shoes
and CitySole sneakers have a down-to-earth ease.
The bags continue our archival story, introduced last spring.
Fall’s new take? Unexpected, stackable geometry.
Fall’s shearling is patchworked, artfully pieced together, and oh-so strokeable.
First introduced to Coach in the 1960s by Bonnie Cashin, Legacy Stripe is
reintroduced with a new youthful attitude for Fall 2020. In bold primary
colors, it nods to the raw energy of New Wave.
The start of a decade. Urgency, optimism
and the raw energy of a new New Wave. With
New York’s High Line park as the backdrop,
Spring 2020 is a bright collision of past and
present–in the city that inspired it.
A mash-up of joyful defiance and free-spirited grit.
A kaleidoscopic world where familiar becomes
unfamiliar. The dress codes of subculture, dismantled
and reassembled—dipped in psychedelia.