Come fall, you're going to see a whole different side of Coach! According to WWD, the brand, who recently announced that Stuart Vevers was named executive creative director succeeding Reed Krakoff, is beginning to roll out their new look for both the stores and products starting on November 1st. Everything from the store's design aesthetic, logo, packaging, advertising campaign (which will feature models Karlie Kloss and Liu Wen), not to mention their leather goods and ready-to-wear clothing and accessories including shoes, eyewear and jewelry, will be getting a facelift. Although Vevers won't be showcasing his first collection until next fall, we are already noticing a shift in the handbags' design and we're loving what we're seeing! From ostrich and lizard embossed leather to sleek satchel and basket silhouettes, Coach bags are becoming the bags to covet for fall. If these designs are what to be expected come November, then we can't wait for the new era of Coach!
Plus, click through the gallery to see some of our favorite Coach pieces!