Coach: A History Of New York Cool
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Coach is a rich, visual tribute to the long-standing heritage on the iconic New York brand through an exploration not only of the company's history but through its deeply-rooted source of inspiration – the concept of "American cool" – whether its American style icons, blues jeans, or jazz and bebop. In the vein of Ralph Lauren, this book belongs on the bookshelves of readers interested in modern American style, New York and popular culture.
This illustrated volume is an unprecedented history of Coach's trajectory from a small family-run leather manufacturer founded in 1941 to a globally-recognized fashion brand specializing in effortlessly modern and functional luxury bags and accessories.
About the Authors
Stuart Vevers is the creative director of Coach.
Joel Dinerstein is the Clark Chair of American Civilization at Tulane University and the author of several books on the concepts of American "cool," race, film noir, and popular music.
Hardback, 336 pages.