The show was designer Stuart Vetiver's tribute to prairie spirit – and Mickey Mouse.
It was easy to guess the theme of yesterday's Coach 1941 show – the romanticism of classic Americana (fringing and all) reigned supreme in each of the 64 looks which stormed the runway. It was a riot of rich suede, glossy leather, glorious peasant chiffons and ultra-desirable, prairie ruffles. And then, there was the oversized motif jumpers, hoodies and t-shirts, part of the brand's ongoing see-now-buy-now collaboration with Disney, another nod to America's greatest hits.
Forgive us for being skeptical, but how do real life, grown-ass women get on board with Disney prints? We stand corrected: we certainly can when model Dree Hemingway wears one with a skinhead and a grunge-luxe slip dress.
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Or when Kaia Gerber gives a rock and roll edge to to an otherwise sweet look with bedhead hair and a hint of Ziggy Stardust eye makeup.
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Meanwhile, another American dream, face of the brand Selena Gomez made a front row appearance, looking the picture of glam.