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Founded in 1941 as a family-run workshop, Coach is an American company that specialises in luxury accessories. In 1961, American designer Bonnie Cashin revolutionised Coach’s products by designing bags with side pockets, coin purses and in brighter colours whilst also creating matching shoes, pens, key fobs and eyewear.

In 2015, the company bought Stuart Weitzman and, in 2017, acquired its small rival Kate Spade, which led to the creation of the Tapestry group of brands. Best known for its bags, Coach has become a force in ready-to-wear too under its British creative director Stuart Vevers.

Contact Information
Head Office Address:
Coach, Inc. 10 Hudson Yards, New York 10001
Website:
Website Traffic: 6.24m (on desktop and mobile web in last 6 months). Source: SimilarWeb
Key Locations:

200-206 Regent Street,
London, W1B 5BN

719 East, Bullring Shopping Centre,
Birmingham, B5 4BG

Cabot Place, Canary Wharf,
London, E14 4QS

L098, Lower Guild Hall,
Bluewater Shopping Centre,
Greenhithe, DA9 9ST

Company Information
Segments / Shopping Categories:

Womenswear; Menswear; Bags; Footwear; Jewellery; Bags

Parent Company/Key Investors:

Tapestry

UK Standalone Stores: 6
UK Concessions: Approx 14
International Stores & Stockists: Approx over 50
Key Concessions:

John Lewis; Westfield; Selfridges; Harvey Nichols; Bentalls; Bicester

Number of Countries Shipped To: International Shipping
Key Countries Shipped To:

UK; USA; China; EU

Key Executives
Chief Executive:

Joshua Schulman

Retail Director: Stuart Baxter (Director Of Retail Operations)
Marketing Director: Chloe Collins (Senior Director Of Marketing)
HR Director: Kirsty Sheldon
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