Kaia Gerber walks the runway at the Coach 1941 SS19 show at New York Fashion Week.

Kaia Gerber walks the runway at the Coach 1941 SS19 show at New York Fashion Week.

The show was designer Stuart Vetiver's tribute to prairie spirit – and Mickey Mouse.

The SS19 Coach 1941 show at NYFW

The SS19 Coach 1941 show at NYFW

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. 

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