Coach, Inc. announced Tuesday the opening of a new flagship store in New York City located at 685 Fifth Avenue. The store is slated to open this fall and will coincide with the brand’s 75th anniversary.
The flagship store will stand at 20,000-square-feet and it will be designed by Executive Creative Director Stuart Vevers and William Sofield, the Designer and President of Studio Sofield. The three-level store will feature a shopping salon and Craftsmanship Bar, as well as a custom-designed cabinetry with vintage and bespoke furniture and objects, a blackened steel and mahogany staircase and proprietary carpets that exemplify a New York City attitude.
Victor Luis, Chief Executive Officer of Coach, Inc., said, “Our intention is to create a true ‘Coach House’, celebrating Coach’s heritage and history of craftsmanship. With a bespoke façade and modern luxury interior, it will provide an appropriate showcase for the full expression of our women’s and men’s Collections including bags, small leather goods, footwear, and ready-to-wear, in addition to offering a full range of customization and leather services. We will also be opening a separate adjacent Stuart Weitzman flagship store, bringing the two brands’ stores to one iconic location.”
In 2015, Coach acquired Stuart Weitzman, the global designer footwear brand that is sold in over 70 countries and online.
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