One of the most expected performances of London Collections: Men, for me, was the Coach Fall 2015. That was for two reasons: it was the debut of the brand in men’s fashion week and also the debut of Stuart Vevers as the creative director of the brand. Stuart is old known in the fashion world, having worked for brands like Bottega Veneta, Mulberry, and Loewe.
In his debut collection for “ready-to-wear” Fall 2015, Vevers bet, he said, in “relaxed and effortlessly pieces. We have cult pieces with tradition and authenticity updated with a playful attitude and designed for a new audience. “
Well, what was supposed to be just a presentation became a fashion show, with well-made pieces that awakened my immediate desire. Let’s start by the total white sneakers with sheepskin application. By the way, the animal skin appeared many times in the show, being used in jackets and coats. The camouflage print also had its time, but reissued, as if paint shots, something that I loved, was being applied to parkas, bags and even on the bonnet.
Everything was so well-made, rugged and essential for the New Yorker man to face the bitter cold of the city in a chic and current form.
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