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Malu Byrne x Coach

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Malu Byrne x Coach

Lately, I’ve been on a serious vintage kick. Fall is always a season where I find myself craving, but not quite being able to afford, some additions to my wardrobe. But, vintage satisfies my desire for things that are timeless, well-crafted, and classic. More and more, I find myself drawn towards heritage brands, like Coach. I remember buying Coach as a teenager, but they’ve actually been in the leather game for 78 years!

It seems like Coach and I are on the same page this season, with vintage and heritage on the brain. This weekend they’ll be opening a pop-up in New York where you’ll be able to shop a range of styles, from actual vintage bags that have been expertly cleaned, to one-of-a-kind designs made from repurposed vintage materials. They’ll also have options for customization with vintage charms, patches and keychains.

We caught up with the team at Coach a couple of weeks ago to check out the collection and get a preview of a custom bag they made with the very cool artist and jeweler, Malu Byrne. Malu’s bag (seen above) was inspired by her very adorable son, Bo.

For more on Malu and Coach keep an eye on our Instagram this weekend. Find out more about the Coach Originals here. And if you’re in New York, you can check out the pop-up from Sept 7th-15th at 595 Madison Avenue.

Photo courtesy of Malu Byrne

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