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"NYFW: Coach 1941 SS/2020"

all images by Filippo Fior c/o | courtesy of vogue

The 80s again, again New York and its rebel underground style. There's a huge amount of leather, but this is not a surprise for the famous fashion house Coach 1941, that built up an empire on it. And there are the iconic name of musica and cinema of that period, on t-shirts and sweaters. Stuart Vevers, the British designer who has been working on Coach's collection for six years now, reaffirm his fascination for the American history and culture, mixing and matching different styles for the upcoming Spring Summer 2020.



Colours come directly from the New Wave and they're bright and full. Shoulders' shape is wide and the black biker jacket is an indelible sign of that time.

We also like accessories, bags especially, minimal and small but layered together in a single outfit: a single bag is not enough anymore and we like to carry two, in matching colours.

The creative collaboration of this season - because Vevers always collaborates with some contemporary artist - is Richard Bernstein, who uses to make the very famous Interview's magazine's covers.