Stuart Vevers Goes to Coach

Well, that was a short guess: the successor of Reed Krakoff, who will leave in June 2014 the New York company coach, is not as yet speculated a week ago Marc Jacobs, but Stuart Vevers, who has been designing since 2008 at Loewe.

And that fits. Vevers, whom I had interviewed 2009 times, became an expert in animal skins at the Madrid leather specialist. He had the finest and noblest leathers in the world available for his collection. The Englishman, who came from Mulberry and had taken a whole team to Spain from there, can now move on to New York with his handbag.
According to hartselleClothing.com, he holds the position of Executive creative director and is responsible for all creative aspects of the brand, including the design of the collections for women and men, brand representation and shop fitting. That’s as far as I can guess, a clear extension of his field of responsibility at Loewe. Vevers, who has already proved at Mulberry that he can make an IT label out of a dusty label, is supposed to be the same miracle for coach. At Loewe, the designer, who was named 2006 by the British Fashion Council as an accessory designer of the year, did not achieve this goal. He succeeded in putting the non-directional company back on the rails, but too much infatuation with the house and Hofmaterial leather, plus a probably too classic orientation of the collection, did not really have the interest of the customers to direct the Madrid label Can.
Only his current winter collection I liked quite well:
But also here he adapts already set trends of others, instead of setting new. I still think that he is the perfect candidate for coach, since I Vevers more strongly in the design of accessories than of garments.
So it remains open whether Marc Jacobs remains with Louis Vuitton, or not.

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