Coach Simple And Chic Borough Bag

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Once in a while, Coach will come along and show a bag that will appeal to you in one way or another. We’ve seen that perfection doesn’t need to involve complexity and simplicity is usually the biggest strength of Coach. Now that the winter is coming up, they have just introduced their newest design: ‘The Borough Bag’. It’s as simple as it can get in terms of winter accessory. Practical and good to go anytime you are heading to the city. Inspired by the life of the New York tough girls, it clearly goes hand in hand with their newest shoes collection.

You can’t go wrong with the colors of fall at your side. Dance away in your Grey trench coat and black wool coat that looks fine with the Borough Bag. Made from polished calfskin that will protect your accessory from rain and snow, it has three expandable compartments and an inside pockets. The medium size alone has more space for everything you need, grab it on your way to your office or for the romantic diner evenings. Welcome from jackets shop to purchase.

It comes in three sizes; large, medium and mini. I love the versatility of the mini version as it comes with a crossbody, it’s also more compact. For the color-obsessed, get ready for a special treat, it’s available in Black, Oxblood (red), Alpine Moss (green), Teal, Leopard. The price is respectively $898, $548 and $398, from large to small. Check out more at Coach e-store.

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Coach’s First Collection From Stuart Vevers is Now Available Online–What Do You Think?

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Coach Dakotah Fringe Bag

Coach is in the middle of a major reinvention, and now the first full collection from creative director Stuart Vevers has arrived for purchase. The line is inspired by the American West and traditional workwear, and the bags have a slightly rough-around-the-edges feel that will be new to many of the brand’s longtime fans. Naturally, the collection includes a bunch of brand new handbags.

The two most notable additions to the Coach handbag lineup are the Rhyder and Dakotah lines. The Rhyder is a pieced-together satchel that comes in a variety of sizes, and although it’s received the lion’s share of Coach’s marketing push, the bag often feels overworked and over-designed. The Dakotah, on the other hand, is the star of the show; it feels natural and uncomplicated, even when decorated with long fringe, and its leather is thick and expensive-feeling in person.

It’s important that these bags feel expensive, because Coach is also making a push to increase its prices and expand its offerings into a full-scale premium-contemporary lifestyle brand. The best argument in favor of that move is the brand’s lush outerwear; although it’s not our main concern, I’ve included a couple of pieces of it alongside a selection of the fall bags below. It’s too good to skip entirely, even if it’s not a bag.

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Coach’s First Collection From Stuart Vevers is Now Available Online–What Do You Think?

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Coach Dakotah Fringe Bag

Coach is in the middle of a major reinvention, and now the first full collection from creative director Stuart Vevers has arrived for purchase. The line is inspired by the American West and traditional workwear, and the bags have a slightly rough-around-the-edges feel that will be new to many of the brand’s longtime fans. Naturally, the collection includes a bunch of brand new handbags.

The two most notable additions to the Coach handbag lineup are the Rhyder and Dakotah lines. The Rhyder is a pieced-together satchel that comes in a variety of sizes, and although it’s received the lion’s share of Coach’s marketing push, the bag often feels overworked and over-designed. The Dakotah, on the other hand, is the star of the show; it feels natural and uncomplicated, even when decorated with long fringe, and its leather is thick and expensive-feeling in person.

It’s important that these bags feel expensive, because Coach is also making a push to increase its prices and expand its offerings into a full-scale premium-contemporary lifestyle brand. The best argument in favor of that move is the brand’s lush outerwear; although it’s not our main concern, I’ve included a couple of pieces of it alongside a selection of the fall bags below. It’s too good to skip entirely, even if it’s not a bag.

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Coach Spring 2015 Takes Us on a Mod Texas Roadtrip

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From the moment we entered the Coach Spring 2015 show, it was clear that creative director Stuart Vevers has yet to end his love affair with the idea of traditional Americana. From the engine sounds on the soundtrack to the flat, dusty West Texas vistas on the walls, the theme was much subtler in the bags, outwear and clothes than it was in the collection’s surroundings.

Although the collection’s western influences were occasionally visible – a utility vest here, a swath of rivets there – the end result was both softer and lighter than expected, down to the pastel metallics, fuzzy furs and little cartoon monsters from California artist Gary Baseman.

If bags are your primary concern (as they are ours), Coach’s big Spring 2015 push is an east-west satchel called the Swagger, which, by the looks of the runway, will come in two arm-carried sizes as well as a shrink-rayed mini crossbody. Take a look at our photos from the show below–what do you think of the collection?

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Yes, There are Giant Animal Heads in Coach’s New In-Store Campaign

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Coach Wild Things Animal Head Campaign

As we all know, Coach is in the middle of a rebranding effort to make itself palatable to a more discerning, higher-spending clientele, and it looks like that transition has now begun in earnest. Although Stuart Vevers’ first Coach collection has yet to start arriving in stores, the brand’sextremely slick ad campaign has already made the rounds, and now we have our first glimpse at the brand’s first in-store installation under its new creative director. It involves giant animal heads.

There’s a lot to love in this campaign–which was shot in the DUMBO neighborhood of Brooklyn and includes the images on the site, in-store displays and a short film directed by James Lima–especially if you went through a Donnie Darko phase. When I showed it to the rest of the PurseBlog team and a few friends in the industry to get their initial reactions, they were almost overwhelmingly positive; sure, it’s weird, but it’s weird in a way that you’d never expect of Coach, all while keeping with some of the stylized New York-ness that has characterized much of the company’s branding in recent years. It’s Coach on mescaline.

Perhaps my favorite part of this, which is termed a “window campaign” by the brand, is how matter-of-fact it is. It’s not self-conscious of its giant animal heads, which include a horse, a rabbit and a bird in bright colors. Instead, the models wearing them are filmed and photographed doing the mundanely high-end tasks that contemporary-luxury campaigns often depict, like going to coffee shops and perusing record stores. It’s like Coach is daring you to ask what’s going on with the rabbit and her buddies.

Check out a few screen shots from the film below, and to check out the full thing (plus Coach’s new arrivals), head over to Coach.com now.

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