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Coach : a story of New York cool / by Joel Dinerstein.

Dinerstein, Joel, 1958- [Browse]
New York : Rizzoli New York, 2016.
284 pages : chiefly illustrations (chiefly color) ; 36 cm
Summary note:
At the heart of Coach is its effortless New York style, cutting-edge design, craftsmanship, and authenticity. This volume explores the evolution of this American company, from its beginnings in 1941 in a small loft as a manufacturer of leather goods to its transformation into a revered international fashion and lifestyle brand. Inspired by the pulsating energy of New York City in the 1960s, the company's owners Miles and Lillian Cahn cultivated an entirely new brand that offered not only men's leather goods, but also women's handbags, totes, small leather goods, and other accessories envisioned by Bonnie Cashin. This richly illustrated volume features both recent and archival photography, ranging from product design sketches to iconic advertising campaigns, and imagery of Coach's inspirational references.
  • Caption title at head of text, and title cited on publisher's web site: Coach : a story of New York cool. On the title page and cover, the first word of the title is represented by the company's logo: [picture of a horse-drawn coach] / COACH / NEW YORK. On the spine, the first word of the title is represented only by a picture of a horse-drawn coach.
  • Issued in slipcase.
Other title(s):
  • Coach New York : a story of New York cool
  • Story of New York cool
  • 9780847849772 ((paperback))
  • 0847849775 ((paperback))
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