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Here Are the Best Looks From Coach 1941's NYFW Show

A love letter to textures and layering.

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Here Are the Best Looks From Coach 1941's NYFW Show

A love letter to textures and layering.

Coach 1941 has been making a big comeback during the past year, collaborating with Selena Gomez and taking on a new direction under designer Stuart Vevers. For its Spring/Summer 2019 collection, the label took to the New York Fashion Week runway to showcase a collection filled with textures, layering and intriguing silhouettes.

Arriving in a color palette of pale colors, as well as statement shades like black, white and brown, the collection takes Coach 1941’s elegant aesthetic and gives it an edgy twist. From long hoodies with Disney-inspired prints, to denim patchwork and shiny organza – the range mixes and matches elements of both luxury and streetwear. Of course, the presentation also included a range of new bags debuted at the show.

Take a look at the Spring/Summer 2019 collection in the gallery above, and catch up with everything that’s been going on at NYFW here.

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