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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by dodencebt, Feb 14, 2018.
Spectacular collection! That opening dress is swoon-worthy. And I want nearly all the mens looks, except the leather trousers. Yes to all the FAKE fut coats and jackets as well.
I'm continually impressed with Stuart's take on this brand. He's the Alessandro Michele of NYFW - he doesn't need to to pull any stunts to sell clothes. And I like how season appropriate most of his collections are. Some will be ripping these looks off like there's no tomorrow.
He also seems so heavily influenced by Cowboy/Country/Western culture in the past few collections but gosh dang he is totally pulling through collection after collection but honestly I wish his campaigns weren’t as pedestrian compared to the runway concepts! Kudos to him anyway, New York...and Coach...needs Stuart!
What i love the most about Vevers's Coach is how honest it is.
It's "high fashion" but in a very down-to-earth mainstream way. Those garnments are easy to understand, looks easy to wear and in a way can be worn by a lot of people.
I like the fact that now, the Coach clothing identity is clear: good separates, amazing outerwear and dresses that are kind of seasonless. Those dresses can work on summer as much as they do for winter and this is great.
Today, we don't necessarly have to go to Coach for a bag and this is quite amazing.
As for the show itself, it's good even if for me it's a little bit too much more of the same everytime and it's kinda blended all together but i like it a lot.
His best collection for the Coach. I think he really established himself is a really good outerwear designer. But I agree, for him to build up a Coach clothes aesthetic and have the identity so well-pronounced is a good achievement.
i actually find this more dull as time goes on
there isn't much to love here
I love the atmosphere he created here. It's like a fab Halloween party for some reason.