Selena Gomez, Whoopi Goldberg & More Stylish Celebs on the Front Row at Coach

A roped-off section was barely enough to contain all the stars seated on the front row at Coach’s spring 2019 runway show tonight at New York Fashion Week.

Selena Gomez was front and center as the face of the brand, flanked by the likes of Whoopi Goldberg, Paloma Elsesser and Petra Collins. The stars were camera-ready ahead of the catwalk’s opening, showing off their best Coach looks and beyond.

Paloma Elsesser, Petra Collins, Selena GomezCoach 1941 show, New York Fashion Week, USA - 11 Sep 2018
(L-R): Paloma Elsesser, Petra Collins and Selena Gomez.
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Elsesser stepped out in Coach’s Lenox loafer, featuring an edgy studded design and chunky block heel, while seat buddy Collins opted for a slinky pair of snakeskin sandals. Gomez, on the other hand, chose a pair of red velvet platforms to add a pop of color to her black floral blouse and metallic dress.

Goldberg arrived in an oversized leather Coach bag and flaunted her trendy side with a pair of matching Western boots.

Whoopi Goldberg Coach 1941 show, New York Fashion Week, USA - 11 Sep 2018
Whoopi Goldberg
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Maisie Williams also decided to don the boot trend. The actress wore a pair of cherry red studded suede boots, which she coordinated with a geo-print dress and rockstar-style leather jacket.

Maisie Williams Coach 1941 show, New York Fashion Week, USA - 11 Sep 2018
Maisie Williams
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Vic Mensa also touched on the rocker aesthetic with a leather jacket accented with a spiked collar. His look was finished with white creepers featuring a double-buckle closure and bee embellishment.

Vic Mensa Coach 1941 show, New York Fashion Week, USA - 11 Sep 2018
Vic Mensa
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Click through the gallery for more of the front-row style at Coach.

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