Discover Coach Spring Summer 2020 collection, presented at New York Fashion Week. View all the looks and read our review.
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The collection marked the beginning of the new decade with a focus on raw energy and authenticity. It included a bright color palette, comfortable silhouettes and tons of leather and prints. Silhouettes included knee-length skirts, leather coats, midi-dresses, capris, tank tops, sweaters and trousers.
It was like the collection put a brighter spin on the college-vibe and millennial clothing that are the hallmark of the brand every season. The color palette included scarlet, punch, cocoa, magenta, musratd, sunflower, leaf green. Kaia Gerber and Adut Akech also walked the show.
Along with sweaters and skirts, we’ve also seen more feminine looks like slip-dresses and maxis in previous collections by the fashion house. However, for SS20, they got replaced by shirt dresses and skirt-sets.
Overall, the collection seemed to be a lesson in college-dressing and street-style for the younger generation for the next decade. It highlighted how everyday dressing should be – fun yet luxurious, fitted yet comfortable.
Coach Spring Summer 2020 Ready-to-Wear Collection: Gallery
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