7 Highlights from Coach's 75th Anniversary Show (Like Drew Barrymore's Stare Down with a Dino)
Find out which celebrity kid modeled in the show
Coach celebrated the finale of its 75th year with an epic runway show in N.Y.C. Thursday night, and not only were the looks on the catwalk captivating (both the Men’s Fall and Women’s Pre-Fall 2017 collections debuted), but the show — and after party — were star studded to say the least. Drew Barrymore, Zoë Kravitz, Michael B. Jordan, Emma Roberts and Rowan Blanchard were just some of the names who sat front row during the larger than life show — although, like the Chanel Métiers d’Art show earlier this week in Paris, some famous faces walked in the show as well. To ease your FOMO, catch the top highlights from the event below.
Michael B. Jordan Proved Why He’s Our Forever Crush
The always stylish (and charming!) actor told PeopleStyle that “Coach is getting a breath of fresh air with Stuart [Vevers, Coach Executive Creative Director since 2013], he’s coming in and putting his fingerprints all over it. Great timing for him being 75th anniversary and all. It’s really a cool moment for change.” Jordan added that his go-to outfit is “Jeans, a pair of Jordan ones and a t-shirt, and maybe a hoodie.”
As for his holiday plans this year? The actor is “going to the U.K. for New Year’s, might step out of the U.S. It’s all work for me. I’m working through the holidays, shooting Black Panther in Atlanta through May.” Meanwhile, on his wish list is an Acura NSX, so start saving if you want to make his day.
Drew Barrymore Got Down with a Dino
Rexy, the Coach dinosaur, has become the fashion house’s mascot, and he popped up on pieces throughout the show. He also had a run in with Drew, who repped the brand in her amazing Coach bomber. (Shop the exclusive holiday “Rexy”capsule collection right now on Coach.com and nab one of the dino bags hot off the runway.)
Zoë Kravitz and Mark Ronson Played the After Party
They killed it.
Gabriel Kane Day-Lewis Closed the Show
Daniel Day-Lewis’ 21-year-old son is no stranger to the catwalk (he’s a favorite of Chanel’s Karl Lagerfeld), and looked very comfortable this time around. He joined Winnie Harlow, Binx Walton, Lexi Boling and more well-known models walking on the enormous set staged with vintage cars to look like a motel parking lot.
We Want All the Coats
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The Accessory Game Was Lit
The NASA insignia was emblazoned a number of accessories in the show, so apparently we’re all going to be space cadets in 2017.
You can see highlights from the show here:
The Runway Turned Into an After Party in the Motel (Hotel) Lobby
Taking a cue from another epic fashion-show-slash-after-party thrower, Alexander Wang, the venue immediately transformed into the after party, with models, celebs and influencers mingling and dancing to Kravitz and Mark Ronson’s jams.
What’s your favorite moment from the show? Share below!