Men's Fall Collections 2015

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  • Coach Mens RTW Fall 2015
  • Coach Mens RTW Fall 2015
  • Coach Mens RTW Fall 2015
  • Coach Mens RTW Fall 2015
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  • Coach Mens RTW Fall 2015
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Coach Men's RTW Fall 2015

Stuart Vevers trod a chic, refined path for his debut men's collection at Coach.

For his debut men’s runway show, Coach’s creative director Stuart Vevers was aiming for a collection that “suits the way we dress today,” and said his inspiration included New Yorkers’ no-nonsense winter wardrobes and the American films of his youth, starring actors such as the young Keanu Reeves and Mickey Rourke.

The result was urban sophistication with a utilitarian twist. Shearling — long and short — played a central role: as a black dash of luxe on the front of a white varsity jacket; the trim on the edges of a nylon parka hood; or a warming addition to a zippered, elongated biker jacket. Short, teddy-bearish shearling coats were a highlight of the show that saw models strutting their stuff in front of two full-scale Joel Sternfeld images of the chilly outdoors.

Vevers also played with the idea of modern-day “fetishistic objects” — sneakers in particular. He decked out his footwear with thick, fuzzy shearling tongues, Coach’s turn-lock details and Whipstitch “tear and repair” trim, and printed the word “Coach” in Japanese on sneakers and T-shirts.

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