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26 Mar

First there was Coach. Then there was Loewe

The one thing I love about trends (and fashion as a whole) is that they can be interpreted a million different ways depending on the person. An individual’s personal style can say a lot about who they are or even their mood on any given day. My style changes day to day, but it definitely gives off a mix of casual downtown vibes with a twist. One thing I’m always cognizant of is looking put together no matter what it is that I’m wearing. Even if I’m in sneakers or athleisure I never want to look sloppy. Though what’s on the inside is incredibly important, what a person is wearing says a lot about them. So what does it mean...
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22 Oct

Coach to drop fur by Fall 2019

Coach has become the latest brand to say no to fur, Business of Fashion reports. Joining other labels such as Burberry and Gucci, the luxury label has promised that real animal fur will be completely phased out of collections by Fall 2019.     “Coach has been committed to advancing sustainable practices for many years, with the introduction of our corporate responsibility goals in 2015. Back then, we laid the groundwork for prioritizing social and environmental initiatives. The decision to go fur-free is a truly meaningful milestone for the brand,” said Joshua Schulman, President and CEO of Coach in a statement. As part of the brand’s broader program, Coach added, the brand is also dedicated to empowering employees and enhancing the lives of those in the greater community. The Coach Foundation, founded...
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30 May

Coach 1941 Resort 2019

Los Angeles lounge lizards and the Viper Room inspired Stuart Vevers' glam/grunge resort lineup. In the last few seasons, Stuart Vevers has had Coach on a cross-country road trip of sorts. You can trace the route of his inspiration through space and time, from the gritty downtown sidewalks of Keith Haring’s New York, through the rolling plains of the American West at the turn of the century. The latest stop lands the brand in the netherworld of Los Angeles, specifically the dark, smoke-filled rooms of legendary Hollywood hangout, the Viper Room, circa 1992.   The British creative director has vivid memories of visiting the club on his first trip to the West Coast 20 years ago, and that moody rock​ ​’n’​ ​roll​ vibe...
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