I really like it. The leather pieces are my favorites. What do you think?
The New York Times gave this collection a pretty horrible review:
Coach has left the stable, and the horses are running wild down the road.
Long identified with a simple bucket bag into which women could stuff diapers, spreadsheets and a banana, then revved up to warp speed by Reed Krakoff, the American heritage brand is currently in the hands of a genial Englishman, Stuart Vevers. In his presentation on Thursday morning, Mr. Vevers left minivan moms in the dust, in favor of kooky ex-wives thumbing a ride.
“Nastassja Kinski in ‘Paris, Texas,’ Patricia Arquette in ‘True Romance,' ” Mr. Vevers said, ticking off some of his inspirations while sitting companionably in the audience before a background mural depicting Route 66.
And the clothes that followed conjured an extended, slightly disturbed childhood: “fluff” jackets in cotton-candy colors; cartoon creatures by Gary Baseman, the Californian animator; and metallic clogs, the kind that emit an audible squeak when their wearer stomps petulantly away from an errant boyfriend.