Coach 1941 Taps Mid-Century Americana for the Spring 2017 Menswear Collection

Yesterday in London’s Lindley Hall, creative director Stuart Vevers presented Coach 1941’s Spring 2017 menswear collection. Since Coach has made the move into the luxury space, they’ve been gaining traction with celebrities, and at the latest show, Kate Moss sat front and center alongside fellow model Jordan Barratt. The two watched as pop-culture Americana came down the runway in spades—Hawaiian tourist shirts, James Dean-esque red leather jackets, rodeo accessories and even fuzzy dice imagery made its way into the lineup. Clearly it wasn’t hyperbole when Vevers said that Coach was going to be celebrating American culture this year.

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