What attractive elements does Coach Fall/Winter 2013-2014 Campaign convey?

Posted on Sep 23 2013 - 6:29pm by GJ Staff

The Coach Fall/Winter 2013-2014 Campaign led by Karlie Kloss and Liu Wen captured by through the lens of photographer Craig McDean along the High line and the meatpacking district located in the West Village in Tribeca. The theme conceived by this advertisement is “New York Stories” and it looked like the popular girls had a fair share of their own stories. Both the damsels were fascinated by the city that they wanted to visit the city frequently on their trips here.

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Though the creative director of the team Reed Krakoff is missing, the brand has commenced its chapter afresh. The future looks highly promising as the latest fall 2013 ads are very interesting. This label aims at bringing an array of trendier chic shoes, watches and handbags with timeless elegance during the cold months of 2013. Though most of the new ones in the line feature a dash of trendiness to it, the latest campaign introduces a myriad of glamorous ensembles under the spotlight. The specialty of the label lies in creating trendier allure while not compromising the versatility it offers. Though the outfits are not extraordinary, there is every reason to make one take a second closer look at these stunning collections.

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This well explains why Coach Fall/Winter 2013-2014 offering would be a hit among the Fashionistas. The accessories are sure to be a great experience as they are elegant, practical and luxurious. These simple ones are a great find for all seasons but do not have a dull or plain look. The rich shades of the latest handbags by coach can live up to the expectations of all fall outfits this year.

The elements that make Coach Fall/Winter 2013-2014 Campaign interesting are the It girls, latest offerings, elegant charm and sophisticated look. These blend well together and this is the reason that the campaign has become a great hit this year as it offers a glimpse of what the brand has in store.

Photographer: Craig McDean
Styling: Karl Temper