Founded as a leather goods company in 1941, the quintessential American fashion house launched its upscale diffusion line, Coach 1941, in 2013, after appointing Stuart Vevers as creative director. Formerly at Bottega Veneta, Givenchy, and Loewe, Vevers brings a youthful energy to the label's traditional wardrobe staples ranging from iconic shearling jackets, graphic t-shirts, and leather accessories. Utilitarian backpacks and studded wallets are juxtaposed with bomber jackets and sweatshirts featuring the brand's signature rose print, playful graphics, and Gary Baseman's original spray-painted artwork. Inspired by the hip hop and punk movements, Vevers' menswear collection presents a kaleidoscopic vision of luxury streetwear that captures New York's eclectic cultural history.
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