DESIGNERS TO WATCH
In recent seasons, asons, the fashion industry has become a spectator sport, with star ar players switching teams at a rate e that would put the NBA to shame. me. Stuart Vevers, late of Loewe, we, made headlines when he traded ded Spain for New York and unveiled nveiled his newly revamped Coach – a more re luxe version of the American sportswear r original. Other notable arrivals rrivals include Pablo Coppola, who debuted buted his chic, understated collection for Bally, and former Jimmy Choo designer esigner Simon Holloway, who gave us the warm fuzzies with the fur coats in his s capsule collection for Hogan. Meanwhile, e, young couturier Yiqing Yin made her first t foray into ready-towear as the new creative director of Leonard.
A slew of up-and-coming coming names also turned well-coiffed heads, ds, including avantgarde French label Jacquemus emus and masters of dressed-down ease Public lic School, which presented its first women’s n’s looks.
Coach Autumn/ Winter ’14
Elin pendants in 18- karat white gold, Selberan