NYFW: Coach 1941 brought the desert to fashion week

On Tuesday evening, Stuart Vevers, creative director of Coach 1941, debuted the brand's Spring 2019 collection during New York Fashion Week.

The collection was showcased on a sandy runway complete with a rusted out car and an iron dinosaur that felt very cinematic. Coach's website explains that "a scavenged, post-apocalyptic landscape featuring our dinosaur, Bronty is the backdrop for rugged romance."

Made up of floaty, ruffled dresses, oversized sweaters and effortlessly layered looks, all of the pieces that came down the runway felt inherently wearable. The collection kept a playful vibe as Disney characters and other cartoonish designs graced the fronts of hoodies and cozy knits.

The Spring 2019 collection also showed off one of styles that Coach does best: leather jackets. From multicolored options to jackets with southern-inspired fringe and hardware, we could easily see these pieces becoming staples in any it-girl's closet.

Our favorite look from the show, a cropped leather jacket worn over a cream maxi dress patterned with micro florals, was exactly the combination of pieces that we plan on making a staple in our closets all year round as the perfect transitional look.

See who sat front row at the show (hint: Selena Gomez and more!) below: