A Closer Look at Coach 1941's Haunted Americana Fall/Winter 2018 Collection

We captured intimate moments backstage.

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With New York Fashion Week entering its final hours, American heritage house Coach 1941 debuted its Fall/Winter 2018 collection to a star-studded crowd – including Vic Mensa, Selena Gomez, GoldLink, Joey Bada$$ and Petra Collins – at Basketball City warehouse.

The dimly-lit space was transformed into a surreal, autumnal forest complete with glittery foliage, bare trees and static television sets. Set to a thumping soundtrack of heavy hip-hop cuts, models marched out in a series of dark Americana-luxe looks that incorporated embroidered Western shirts, leather chaps, pleated dress pants and distressed cowboy boots. The outerwear was by far the biggest highlight, particularly the black leather blazer, hooded navy logo puffer coat and camel shearling accented by fringed upper pockets.

Scroll through the gallery above for some exclusive backstage action and stay up to date with the latest collections by following Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2018.

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