NYFW: Coach 1941 goes Western for Fall 2018 collection

Stuart Vevers, the creative director of Coach for the past five years, truly brought fall to New York Fashion Week.

The show, held at the South Street Seaport in downtown Manhattan on Tuesday, featured a Western, Boho-like spin on his Fall 2018 collection. It's no surprise, considering Vevers is obsessed with all things Americana.

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There was a sense of practicality to Coach's latest collection -- maxi dresses in floral and paisley prints with lace detailing, teddy jackets and fall-friendly boots of all types imagine filled the runway. Fringe -- and lots of it -- embellished jackets, boots and even purses.

The star-studded front row rivaled the stunning clothes on the runway, with brand spokesperson Selena Gomez sitting in between her stylist Kate Young and Vogue's Anna Wintour.

Gomez glowed in a maxi floral frock with cowboy boots while sporting a new hairstyle -- with bangs! The Texas-native glowed, no doubt due to her much-needed Laguna Beach getaway with on-again-off-again beau Justin Bieber.

Check out the slideshow above for the complete Coach Fall 2018 show.

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