In this special collection, Coach collaborates with the estate of artist Richard Bernstein combining our bold New York attitude with his unique works of pop art and portraiture. Named for the classical street in New York’s West Village, our minimalist Charles watch features a graphic of Bernstein’s 1969 Jello Heart dessert mold, part of a series painted in homage to his mother and a commentary on the delicacy of love. It’s finished with an adjustable leather strap.
About the Creative: Influenced by a sense of whimsy, the New York-born artist Richard Bernstein is widely known for his distinctive illustrated covers of Andy Warhol’s Interview Magazine, the seminal celebrity chronicle of the social, fashion and art crowd. Exhibited today in the collections of museums around the world, his striking artwork defines the electric glamour of the 1970s and 80s.
coach x richard bernstein charles watch, 41mm
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