Shearling galore, for Coach’s men’s runway debut at London Collections: Men AW15 creative director Stuart Vevers filled the new collection with city sleek looks that featured a lot of the sheepskin fabric on the key items. Read the rest of this entry
Seeing Coach men’s fall 2014 collection today seemed very appropriate with the unwanted shift back to the cold weather—get it together spring! With Coach continuing to make its transition into a full lifestyle brand, the fall season will introduce its full men’s footwear collection. For fall, this will include monk strapped shoes, suede boots with a wrap around strap (below), leather sneakers and more.
The rest of the collection features color blocked accessories and bags, houndstooth patterned leather goods, mixed-media bags, colorful leather drawstring bags and winter jackets of sherpa, leather and flannel. Get a taste of the collection below: Read the rest of this entry
Accessories that can work anywhere in the world are essential for a traveler to showcase a global style, especially for the weekend when you are packing light and need an easy transition back to your day-to-day routine. Once you’ve picked your travel companion—for this trip to Cartagena, Coach’s Bleecker Legacy Weekend Tote ($658) for its modern heritage design and spacious body—its time to pack the necessities for your journey. So what do you bring in the bag?
If you’re only going to be traveling for a short time, no need to bring that laptop of yours obviously, but if you need to get some sort of work done or you need to catch up on your shows while in transit, a tablet is the way to go. However for any international trip, the first thing you need before that is to style up your passport:
Passport Cover – Men In Cities
From Yuvi Alpert’s Men In Cities (an edited, limited collection of accessories each month with each item costing the same price), this beige Global Nomad Passport Cover ($40) has a vintage inspired charm to it. With two large pockets on each inside flap—one for a passport end and the other for your ticket—and a smaller pocket on the right flap (not pictured).