Coach | Fall 2024 Collection

A vision of heritage at NYFW

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Maria Kyriakos

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Debuting their Fall 2024 Collection, Coach held their runway show at The James B. Duke House for New York Fashion Week. Creative Director Stuart Vever’s visions of heritage are redefined through the lens of the modern age, recontextualizing New York legacy through individuality, expression, and youthful counter-culture. With street-casted models, these ideas manifest in the Fall 24 collection with inspirations of workwear in juxtaposition to Vever’s image of American classicism.

Garments exist in prototypes of leather, denim, cotton, and distressed embellishments along with playful tailoring and silhouette decisions seen in dresses, tuxedo jackets, and trousers. Outerwear includes trench coats, shearling and leather jackets, with a cardigan jacket also showcasing distressed materials with Coach crests and embellishments. New accessories also met the runway, with the introduction of the New York collection and the Empire Carryall offered in Coach's famed leathers, alongside a reintroduction of the Tabby bag, offered in velvet and washed nappa.

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