Varsity jackets are great trans-seasonal pieces to have. What makes this version from Coach 1941 a standout are the shoulders, which are cut slightly boxier for extra oomph. Matched with a pair of denim shorts, it’s a great off-duty look that works even in Singapore’s weather.
The embellished outline of Keith Haring’s illustration lends a playful spin to the the sleekness of the gunmetal grey of the handy bag.
The ensemble is a seamless meld of masculine and feminine, tough and soft.
Because we can’t tear our eyes away from the luscious patina on this leather jacket.
Suede jackets have appeared in almost every single Coach 1941 collection since Stuart Vevers took over the reins as Creative Director, and it’s no surprise the British designer continued the momentum with a version that takes on an artistic bent.
The marching band-like stripes that run down the length of the pants inject graphic interest. Even better: It goes well with crisp cotton shirts and girly pussy bow blouses. Talk about versatility!