The start of a decade. Urgency, optimism
and the raw energy of a new New Wave. With
New York’s High Line park as the backdrop,
Spring 2020 is a bright collision of past and
present—in the city that inspired it.
The collection includes a collaboration with
Richard Bernstein— the artist and illustrator known
for his energetic Interview magazine covers from the
'70s and '80s. First up: the iconic Barbra Streisand.
A diverse cast of new and familiar faces walk
the runway. Kiko Mizuhara, Kaia Gerber, Lexi Boling,
Jonas Gloer and Kiki Willems lead the charge.
Guests stop by for a Polaroid by iconic fashion
and ‘80s club photographer, Maripol. Spotted:
Michael B. Jordan, Megan Thee Stallion, Miles
Heizer, Barbie Ferreira and Rowan Blanchard.
“This season it’s real, bright, energetic. It’s outdoors in the open of
New York City. It feels grounded, connected to the tempo of now and the city.”
— Coach Creative Director, Stuart Vevers
78 bags for 78 years of Coach from our archive—authentically re-mastered.
This one features a print of actor Michael J. Fox by Richard Bernstein.
Unapologetically practical, flat sandals and sneakers
for stomping around the city.
The new, petite lozenge-shaped Horse and Carriage
hardware—on skinny belt buckles or badged on the breast of jackets.
Leather outerwear is stripped-back and upbeat.
Case in point: the season's statement bomber jacket.
For the Originals–past, present, future. A joyful celebration ofcraft and pop culture, where the off-beat charm of art house collides with the authority of our heritage. Featuring the work of Jean-Michel Basquiat. explore the collection
A mash-up of joyful defiance and free-spirited grit.
A kaleidoscopic world where familiar becomes
unfamiliar. The dress codes of subculture, dismantled
and reassembled—dipped in psychedelia.