Coach’s fall ’19 collection marked a departure from the bohemian styles that have reigned for the past few seasons.
At the brand’s New York Fashion Week show today, models walked the runway in styles with a decidedly punk edge. Pops of color added a psychedelic touch to the offerings, with the collection blending edgy and sweet in an unexpected way.
Kaia Gerber wore a monogrammed jacket with colorful flowers and fringe detailing — a theme that was seen on handbags as well. The model’s white lace-up creepers were also representative of the collection, with the ’90s-inspired style appearing on many of the catwalkers.
In addition to the creepers, footwear offerings included equally edgy black combat boots, another ’90s staple. Creative director Stuart Vevers toned down the shoes by teaming them with bohemian floral dresses that represent a free-spirited attitude.
Mary-Janes also made their way down the runway. While the style could have a schoolgirl feel, Coach gave them a punk bent by pairing them with edgy items like a pink leather cardigan, cat-eye sunglasses and a black beanie.
On the men’s end, sneakers and slippers gave looks a casual vibe. The brand offered a mash-up between colorful, fluffy layers and bold prints.
Click through the gallery to see all of the looks from the Coach fall ’19 runway show.
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