Coach Spring/Summer 2015 Collection – New York Fashion Week

New York Fashion Week spring 2015 unveils its stunning surprises for us! The next one in the row is the absolutely bedazzling Coach spring/summer 2015 collection, overwhelmed with some traditional with neo modern trend synthesis, thus creating some uber impressive and nice looks for your attention and consideration. The multi-colored looks and the interesting combos of the garments found here really deserve to be included in the list of the most impressive looks for the upcoming bright season. This is the case when comfort meets bold solutions and unexpected combinations give birth to really catchy silhouettes.

Coach Spring/Summer 2015 Collection - New York Fashion Week
Thus, the furry looks are what catch our attention first of all, coming with the ultra-creative combinations of the mini dresses, elongated tops and skirts, all topped with super fluffy and colorful outerwear garments. The colors range from salad green to creamy and from yellow to pink. The purplish looks are also worth mentioning here. The same can be said about the super eye-catching leather looks, forming really nice combinations with the furry jackets, as well as when coming in a solo.
The platform boots are also a significant part of the combos. The cartooned images found on the knitted sweaters represent the following uber cute aspect of the Coach spring/summer 2015 collection. As for the comfiest looks, the khaki waistcoats and jackets adorned with some military hints can definitely secure your good and comfy looks for cold weather. The stripy patterns followed with the next range of cartoon prints used for the col T-shirts, which come paired with wide leg pants, are what we discover right after.

Coach Spring/Summer 2015 Collection - New York Fashion Week

Coach Spring/Summer 2015 Collection - New York Fashion Week
Further it’s the animal printed looks like those having leopard prints on that catch our attention, coming used for outerwear garments, skirts and some tops. The monochrome combinations and the transparency plays used for the next range of options can’t be missed out of the array either. Here, the yellow and pink shades should also be mentioned in the key looks as the most ideal background for the delicate and small floral patterns.
Thus the Coach spring/summer 2015 collection is another uber imaginative and cool fashion line for your scrutiny giving you a chance to discover the newest interpretations of the classic trends also coming up with some new alternatives, with the help of which you may secure you perfect looks for the coming season!

Coach Spring/Summer 2015 Collection - New York Fashion Week

Coach Spring/Summer 2015 Collection - New York Fashion Week

Coach Spring/Summer 2015 Collection - New York Fashion Week

Photos courtesy of WWD

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