Mon, 13 Aug 2012 08:45:08 GMT | By MSN Malaysia
Coach introduces A/W12 Legacy collection

An array of colourful leather goods to brighten up your wardrobe

Coach Legacy AW12 Collection (© Coach)
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In the spacious Seventh Heaven at Pavillion, lies a pop-up presentation of Coach Legacy decked with colourful leather goods and outerwear just before members of the press. The Coach Legacy collection is a modern collection inspired by timesless styles in the Coach archive - a vibrant study in colour, created by hand with a heritage of craftsmanship and design, yet classic and new. The bright pop colours is just what we need to brighten our wardrobe!

The Legacy collection is updated with bold, colourful hues, as well as designs that cue from classic Coach styles. From outerwear and footwear to handbags, tech cases and small leather goods, there's bound to be something for everyone!

Our eyes were glued on the working bag like the Large Tote, inspired by busy editors as well as The Saddle Bag, which is an updated version of the original 1973 Saddle. There are a few updates worth mentioning as well, such as the Penny Bag, based on the 1980 Dinky Bag; The Amanda Flap, on the 1975 Pony Express Bag; and lastly, the Duffle, inspired by the 1973 Duffle Sac.

Many of Legacy's colours and efforts, in fact draw upon vintage inspiration, which includes the colour-blocking and colour-tipping details. Though modern in style, they were actually borrowed from contrast bindings on several Cashin styles from the 1960s. Even the new Cognac hue is meant to evoke the original Coach British Tan. The new Coach Legacy Collection will be available in a Coach boutique near to you soon so be on the lookout for its new exciting goods.

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