Coach's Bandit bag
The stagecoach emblem has been synonymous with covetable leather goods since 1941, when Coach launched as a family-run business in New York City.
After 76 years, the brand is experiencing quite the renaissance, with a renewed focus on history and craftsmanship. The Coach boutique in NorthPark Center reopens Friday, June 30, in a roomier location on the first floor, adjacent to Kate Spade.
The store will stock handbags, accessories, women’s ready-to-wear, travel, and gift collections, as well as a selection of men’s ready-to-wear and shoes.
A craftsmanship bar — the brainchild of Coach creative director Stuart Vevers — will offer monogramming, customization, and leather care, making it the perfect place to stamp your initials on the new Bandit bag.
Dallas native Arthur Peña exhibits two artworks in the boutique. A larger exhibition of Peña’s work, presented by Coach, goes on view near the store Wednesday, June 7 (through Sunday, June 25).
To celebrate the collaboration, Dallas Contemporary director of exhibitions and senior curator Justine Ludwig chats with Peña during a conversation open to the public in the hall outside the store in NorthPark Center on Monday, June 12 at 6:30 pm.
Coach, NorthPark Center, 214.696.1772.