The Coach aviator sunglasses fall under the umbrella of the Coach Pilot styled sunglasses. These are some of the highest quality sunglasses available made of only the finest materials. They are designed to provide superior experience for everyday use and can make you feel like anyone you want to be, ranging anywhere from a star in Hollywood to a pilot extraordinaire. No matter what situation you’re in, nothing can beat or overshadow these designer shades. They come in a variety of models, including as the feather-light Kristina, the modern Charity, the feminine Caroline, the must-have Jasmine, and many other styles. These styles have been designed to be compatible with many different face shapes, such as heart, oval, square. Additionally, all of these different models of sunglasses come in a great assortment of colors including, but not limited to, bronze, burgundy, dark silver, dark tortoise, gold, silver, and numerous others. This collection of sunglasses is meant for adult females. Prescription lenses are available for all of the different offerings.
Coach, Inc. first started to introduce their signature eyewear in 2003. At the time, Reed Krakoff was the executive creative director after having worked at other premium brands such as Tommy Hilfiger and Polo Ralph Lauren. Krakoff became responsible for modernizing the Coach brand and did so through a plethora of ways. Under Krakoff’s direction, the company managed to secure a license for Movado-produced watches in 1998. Additionally, further licensing was obtained, this time for footwear the next year in 1999. Krakoff was also responsible for completing the rebranding of the company from Coach Leatherware into Coach, Inc. in 2000, which it still is today. That same year also saw the debut of the Hamptons, which served as the brand’s first true lifestyle collection. Furthermore, his efforts have encouraged further market development with additional stores opening in Las Vegas, Tokyo, Taipei, and Seoul. The previous store in New York was replaced with a new 10,000 sq. ft. flagship, located at Madison Avenue and 57th Street. One of Krakoff’s most recent accomplishments before leaving in June 2010 was to open the first Coach Men’s Store at Bleecker Street in Greenwich Village. This proved to be a wise decision since that area serves as a significant shopping district and gave the brand more exposure to the masses. With all of these accomplishments under his belt, Krakoff did an excellent job in helping to modernize the Coach brand.