Coach FW18 at New York Fashion Week

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Coach FW18 at New York Fashion Week

Coach is a popular high-end fashion brand, which originated in the trendy area of Manhattan in New York.

The company was founded in 1941, with only six workers making real leather goods at the time.

Nine years later, former leather manufacturer Miles Cahn took over the company.

In the early 60’s, the brand expanded into the production of women’s handbags, with Bonnie Cashin becoming the head designer.

By 1981, Coach had a store in the Manhattan district as well as products being available to buy within department stores in the whole of the United States.

Currently, Stuart Vevers is the creative director of Coach.

The brand also owns several other well-known fashion companies such as Kate Spade and Stuart Weitzman.

Coach alao exhibits their latest collections at high profile events such as London Fashion Week.

They showcased their latest Fall/Winter collection at New York Fashion Week this season.

Keep reading to discover some of the best looks from the Coach F/W18 collection!

Studded Denim

We absolutely adore this menswear look from the Coach FW18 catwalk.

A blue turtleneck has been layered with a leather and denim jacket, which makes for an interesting combination.

Navy trousers and a pair of black and burgundy shoes add further interest.

The ensemble has been completed with a matching leather rucksack and a pair of slick dark shades.

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Textured Tan

In this promo shot, the model is sporting a black and tan ensemble.

A high necked striped tee has been styled with a Western inspired A-line skirt, which is buttoned down the front. We’re  loving the intricate paisley pattern featured too!

A faux fur and leather jacket has been layered over the top to create some much-needed warmth.

Accessories of choice include a matching leather handbag, chunky jewellery and a pair of rounded rectangular sunnies.

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Lustrous in Leather

This male model is rocking a unique look on the catwalk.

A blue turtleneck has been layered with a green shirt, featuring a subtle coloured print on the front.

He is also wearing a leather jacket, containing some Western inspired detailing.

Formal navy coloured trousers and tan ankle boots complete the cool ensemble.

Accessories include a black backpack, statement jewellery and some retro looking specs.

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Polo Ralph Lauren PH4119

 

Winter Warmers

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This is such a cool look!

A black turtleneck knit has been paired with some simple matching trousers for a simple yet understated outfit.

A lush dark blue faux fur coat injects a touch of modernity to the proceedings for a cosy look.

Chunky layered silver jewellery and a pair of edgy specs perfect the look.

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Rock Star

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This is such a unique and interesting look from the Coach FW18 show!

A plain black shirt has been styled with a spiked leather jacket and matching trousers – so cool!

A muted pink jacket finishes off the look, which features a subtle print and tassel detailing.

Kooky jewellery pieces and some epic shades pull the look together well.

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