In the fashion world, the climate is changing. More and more brands are becoming aware of how important it is to be inclusive in all their messaging, especially for campaigns. COACH's Fall 2019 campaign, in particular, is a prime example. Creative Director Stuart Vevers unveiled his new vision for the New York-based heritage brand this season with the help of a diverse cast of, as the brand puts it, "21st Century dreamers pursuing infinite possibilities in the city of New York."
Image courtesy of Coach
This includes Michael B. Jordan, Kiko Mizuhara, Yara Shahidi, Jemima Kirke, Lolo Zouaï, Miles Heizer, and the newest Coach ambassador, Liu Wen. The campaign was shot in iconic locations around the Big Apple like Lower East Side, Central Park, the Manhattan Ferry, and Brooklyn Bridge. To capture the essence of COACH's Fall 2019 campaign, Stuart Vevers had photographer Juergen Teller and director Todd Tourso (known for his work on Beyoncé's music videos) on board.
The Troupe: your office buddy
Modelled by Liu Wen, the Troupe Bag is nothing but sophisticated. Its sleek structure makes it the perfect pick for busy gals who want a reliable bag that's roomy and can be easily carried from one meeting to another. Another thing that we love about this piece is its versatile shade that can be paired with any business outfit.
Kat Bag: a weekend pick
The new Tabby: timeless design
The classic Tabby: travel-friendly