riley top handle 22 in signature canvas with starscape patchwork and snakeskin detail
Based on a Coach favorite introduced in the 1970s, the Riley is a slender design perfect for nights out and days on the go. Finished with an electrifying glam rock-inspired motif in a mix of leather, suede and genuine snakeskin, this Signature canvas silhouette features a ladylike top handle and a detachable crossbody strap accented with gleaming chain hardware, including our Signature link. The iconic Coach Horse and Carriage, which was first introduced in the 1950s, accents the snap closure.
- Signature coated canvas, glovetanned leather, metallic soft grain leather, suede and genuine snakeskin
- One credit card slot
- Inside zip pocket
- Flap closure, fabric lining
- Top handle with 1 1/4" drop
- Detachable strap with 21 1/2" drop for shoulder or crossbody wear
- Instantly change the look of your bag with an interchangeable strap.
- 6 1/2" (L) x 8 1/2" (H) x 3 3/4" (W)
- Style No. 74151
Love your leather, and it’ll love you forever. To help preserve the beauty of your bag over time, we offer free lifetime leather care at our Coach Retail stores. Simply call to make an appointment, and we’ll professionally clean and condition your bag while you shop (tip: bring a back-up bag for your belongings). We recommend this service every three months.
You can also clean and condition your bag at home by purchasing our Coach Leather Cleaner and Coach Leather Moisturizer.
Note: Coach Leather Cleaner should not be used on Sport Calf, suede or haircalf leathers. Coach Leather Moisturizer should not be used on buffalo, calfskin, suede or haircalf leathers.
Coated Canvas and Fabric/Jacquard
Clean with our Signature Fabric Cleaner. You can do this at home by purchasing our cleaner here.
Clean with a suede brush and suede eraser. Use the eraser to gently rub away spots and the brush to remove surface dirt and scuff marks and to revive the nap.
Do not expose to water or moisture. If the leather gets wet, immediately wipe dry with a soft cloth, wiping with (not against) the direction of the scales.