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NEW YORK, NY, MAY 6, 2019 
Coach today announced that actor, producer and global face of Coach menswear Michael B. Jordan and musician Maggie Rogers wore custom looks by the brand to the 2019 Met Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City Monday evening.

Jordan wore a custom Coach single breasted wool barathea tuxedo coat with a satin chest piece and Wild Beast sequin embroidery and tuxedo pants with Wild Beast sequin embroidery. Jordan also wore Coach zip boots with embroidered and sequin detailing.

Rogers wore a custom Coach dusty rose printed georgette pleated gown with metal pavé hand embroidered details. Rogers’ gown was complimented by vintage inspired Coach multi-metallic sandals with beaded detailing and a mini Coach Riley bag with horse and carriage hardware and accordion detail.

Each custom look was designed by Stuart Vevers, Creative Director of Coach, who attended the event with Jordan and Rogers.




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