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After a successful show format last season, Coach is back to introduce its Winter 2021 collection featuring a continuation to “Coach TV” that premiered during its Fall 2021 presentation. Debuting yesterday evening, straight from the historic Shanghai Exhibition Center in China, the event combined physical and digital experiences with a runway show that was inspired by American drive-in cinemas (complete with a Coach Snack Bar!) and was simultaneously broadcasted globally via the brand’s social media channels.

The set up at Coach Winter Collection Show at Shanghai Exhibition Center in China
Photography: Coach

Starting off with snippets of ads on Coach TV, the segments, inspired by nostalgic American pop culture, featured model Xiao Wen Ju, professional basketball player Jeremy Lin and internet star Rickey Thompson, which then diverted to the much-anticipated physical runway presentation that revealed a local cast – oh, how we miss this experience!

Coach models lined up backstage
Photography: Coach

Building from its Fall 2021 collection of comfortable pieces with an unmistakable vintage charm that has become the brand’s signature pull, Stuart Vevers’ newest line is an evolution from that with edgy yet relaxed sporty pieces that are set alongside a dressed-down attitude. Staying true to the aesthetics of the previous season, the show also featured OTT layered looks like T-shirts over dresses over coats, and chunky ribbed socks worn under strappy sandals.

Layered looks at Coach Winter 2021 Collection
Photography: Coach

Highly influenced by retro ski costumes, the range showcased looks that included oversized shearling jackets with giant collars and pockets, striped colour-blocked jackets, vibrant-coloured snow boots and even pieces from the Fall collection such as the embroidered jumpers (with much-loved characters like Rexy, Snoopy and even Snow White on them!) which were – and still are – one of our faves!

Coach models backstage
Photography: Coach

Aside from the clothing, we couldn’t take our eyes off the accessories that added an eclectic touch to the outfits and finished the looks effortlessly. There were bright, chunky-framed sunglasses, pouches that dangled from the neck, puffer shoes and even the new ‘Quilties Studio’ shoulder bag with chain-link straps. From what we saw during the show, we really can’t wait for them to hit the shelves once the season arrives!

Models carrying the new ‘Quilties Studio’ shoulder bag
Photography: Coach

Curious to see what else we spotted that we absolutely loved? Scroll through the gallery below!

After a successful show format last season, Coach is back to introduce its Winter 2021 collection featuring a continuation to “Coach TV” that premiered during its Fall 2021 presentation. Debuting yesterday evening, straight from the historic Shanghai Exhibition Center in China, the event combined physical and digital experiences with a runway show that was inspired by American drive-in cinemas (complete with a Coach Snack Bar!) and was simultaneously broadcasted globally via the brand’s social media channels.

The set up at Coach Winter Collection Show at Shanghai Exhibition Center in China
Photography: Coach

Starting off with snippets of ads on Coach TV, the segments, inspired by nostalgic American pop culture, featured model Xiao Wen Ju, professional basketball player Jeremy Lin and internet star Rickey Thompson, which then diverted to the much-anticipated physical runway presentation that revealed a local cast – oh, how we miss this experience!

Coach models lined up backstage
Photography: Coach

Building from its Fall 2021 collection of comfortable pieces with an unmistakable vintage charm that has become the brand’s signature pull, Stuart Vevers’ newest line is an evolution from that with edgy yet relaxed sporty pieces that are set alongside a dressed-down attitude. Staying true to the aesthetics of the previous season, the show also featured OTT layered looks like T-shirts over dresses over coats, and chunky ribbed socks worn under strappy sandals.

Layered looks at Coach Winter 2021 Collection
Photography: Coach

Highly influenced by retro ski costumes, the range showcased looks that included oversized shearling jackets with giant collars and pockets, striped colour-blocked jackets, vibrant-coloured snow boots and even pieces from the Fall collection such as the embroidered jumpers (with much-loved characters like Rexy, Snoopy and even Snow White on them!) which were – and still are – one of our faves!

Coach models backstage
Photography: Coach

Aside from the clothing, we couldn’t take our eyes off the accessories that added an eclectic touch to the outfits and finished the looks effortlessly. There were bright, chunky-framed sunglasses, pouches that dangled from the neck, puffer shoes and even the new ‘Quilties Studio’ shoulder bag with chain-link straps. From what we saw during the show, we really can’t wait for them to hit the shelves once the season arrives!

Models carrying the new ‘Quilties Studio’ shoulder bag
Photography: Coach

Curious to see what else we spotted that we absolutely loved? Scroll through the gallery below!

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