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Intern, Sales Executive (12-Month Full Time Progra…
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Senior Officer - Marketing, Nars And Bare Minerals
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Architectural Designer, Asia
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Senior Officer - Marketing, Nars And Bare Minerals
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Part Time Assistant - Sales & Operations, Shiseido And Drunk Elephant
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GUSTO LUXE (FORMERLY REUTER COMMUNICATIONS)
PR Intern
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Manager - Education, Shiseido Fragrance Division
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PUMA
Senior Developer Fabric Apparel
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PUMA
Developer Digital Development Apparel (6-Month Con…
Permanent · Hong Kong
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Coach combines luxury and utility at first London show

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AFP-Relaxnews
Published
Jan 12, 2015

American luxury accessories brand Coach presented its first men's ready-to-wear collection as part of fashion week in the British capital. In line with the brand's heritage, the collection turned the spotlight on leather, seen in everything from accessories to pants and coats.

Earlier, Coach creative director Stuart Vevers had hinted he would reveal a new collection combining tradition and modernity. And he certainly lived up to the promise.

Casual and highly functional, the menswear collection nonetheless bears the hallmark of luxury craftsmanship, as seen in the multiple shearling coats and in bags and pants made with particularly thick leather.

Looks with fairly traditional tailoring were updated with almost playful accents, from military-inspired prints to furry details adorning sneakers.

The color palette remained within the usual codes of the season, with plenty of army greens, browns and black, accented by occasional touches of grey and rust.
 

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