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Upon Further Inspection, the New Coach Is Kind of Incredible

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Photos by Driely S.

Admittedly, we weren't sure what to think when WWD released the first images from Coach's fall 2014 collection, the debut offerings from creative director Stuart Vevers. To back up a bit, the brand had just released an impressively chic-minimal collection as Reed Krakoff headed out the door, then Vevers dropped this punky-hip-hop-cool-girl bomb. We're talking red and black houndstooth coats, shearling-lined sneaker boots, messenger bags with whipstich detailing—a real puzzler.

In person, it all comes together—or we thought so, at least. After the jump, have a look at the collection up close and personal and let us know in the comments what you think of Vevers' Coach.


· First Look at Stuart Vevers' New, New Coach [Racked]
· Coach Reveals New Less-Is-More Approach [Racked]