Coach FW19 Updates '70s Nostalgia With Punk Attitude

Hippy fringe meets tartan and creepers.

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Coach 1941 hit the New York Fashion Week runway with a slight twist to its favored ’70s references. Though it’s unlikely that the American company retro will forego its retro styling any time soon, Fall/Winter 2019 sees Coach utilizing punk nods to slightly upend tradition.

Along with the color-blocked fleece jackets and heavy-duty shearling that fans of the brand know and love, Coach delivered updated outerwear by way of mixed-material wool blazers, parkas and leopard print bomber jackets, with cozy hoodies and trim shirting providing the base layers. Nods to punk culture manifested by way of crucifix-shaped earrings, tartan patterns, slouchy beanies and leather creeper shoes, casually undercutting the sleek tailoring. Cat-eye glasses and branded faux-fur slippers bridged the generation gap, while patchwork leather cardigans highlighted Coach’s trademark craftsmanship.

Watch the full runway below and scope some of the celebrities in attendance, including men’s brand ambassador Michael B. Jordan.

Meanwhile, we recently introduced our last round of New York Fashion Week FW19 street style.

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