Selena Gomez Made Her Coach Front Row Debut in a Semi-Sheer Dress

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Since Stuart Vevers took the helm as creative director of Coach in 2013, he’s been able to imbue new life and vitality into the 75-year-old American heritage brand. This season’s fall/winter 2017 collection continues to play off of the British designer’s approach to injecting a cool and edgy sensibility into the household label.

Coach’s signature shearling jackets, leather moto jackets, bohemian-style dresses, and of course highly coveted leather bags were all firmly present in this collection inspired by New York City meets the prairie.

Here are the Top 5 things you need to know about the Coach fall/winter 2017 show.

Anna Wintour and Selena Gomez sit in the front row at the Coach fall/winter 2017 show.
Vogue editor in chief Anna Wintour and Selena Gomez sit in the front row at the Coach fall/winter 2017 show. (Photo: Getty Images)
Emma Roberts and Drew Barrymore at the Coach fall/winter 2017 show.
Emma Roberts and Drew Barrymore at the Coach fall/winter 2017 show. (Photo: Getty Images)

The Front Row: Celebrity attendees ranged from Selena Gomez and Drew Barrymore to Emma Roberts and Sarah Snyder (ex of Jaden Smith). Gomez sat front row alongside Vogue’s editor in chief, Anna Wintour. Gomez’s presence at the show was to be expected, considering the recent announcement that the 24-year-old celebrity would become the new face of Coach.

The Scene: Upon walking into the man-made tent situated off of Pier 76 adjacent to the Hudson River, guests were presented with the façade of a dilapidated, wooden house on an empty prairie flatland. There was a soft orange-colored “sunset.”

Adwoa Aboah walks down a runway.
Model Adwoa Aboah walks down the runway wearing a sleeveless black shearling coat and dark floral dress at the Coach fall/winter 2017 show. (Photo: Getty Images)

The Playlist: The first song was “1975” by the Smashing Pumpkins. As the lyrics “Shakedown 1979/Cool kids never have the time” blared over the speakers, models from Coach’s past and present, including Adwoa Aboah [above], Binx Walton, Lexi Boling, and Winnie Harlow walked the prairie runway.

A model holds the Coach Rogue 17 mini bag.
The new Coach Rogue 17 mini bag, featuring an adorable duck print. (Photo: Getty Images)

The Killer Bag: This adorable red mini bag embossed with an array of ducks is the Rogue 17 bag. It’s fresh off of the runway and available for purchase online now. This bag is one of several mini bags embossed with whimsical prints, including flowers, ducks, dinosaurs, and cherries.

Models walk down the Coach runway.
Models walk down the runway at the Coach fall/winter 2017 show in New York City. (Photo: Getty Images)

The Takeaway: Coach continues its stride as the cool, urban kid on the block with a little country heart inside. We’re already coveting the shearling baseball caps and innumerable mini bags that were spotted throughout the collection. Is it fall yet?

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