When I first heard about Coach’s new, playful line of bags, I was immediately taken back to our forums’ early days. The Coach forum was buzzing with members chatting daily about their mutual love for Coach, and one day they named themselves the Coachies. I don’t remember the specific day that it happened, but it did, and forever more, the frequenters of the Coach subforum would be called Coachies. To my delight, I saw that Coach is releasing a new line of bags, also aptly named the Coach Coachies.

This line of bags is quite different for the brand; it’s the ever-loved Coach Rogue and other small leather goods packed with personality. What do I mean when I say personality? Well, it’s quite literal as each bag has a character that comes together with different materials and showcases totally different traits. This joyful take on the coveted Rogue bags is a welcomed delight, and while it may not speak to everyone, there is an entire market for bags as people (think the highly sought-after Hermès Kellydole bags).

Meet the Characters

There’s Dreamie, an all-knowing and slightly sarcastic version with a sly side-eye design and tassel hair. The glove-tanned leather is incredibly supple and smooth, and Dreamie comes in the Rogue 25 size. There’s also Winkie in the Rogue 17 and he might be my favorite, it’s fun-loving spirit shines thru in this smaller size bag that comes to life with Coach details like grommet eyes and Signature charm hands. If you want one of these bags but prefer it with a little less spunk, there’s Sparkie who is a Coach Rogue 25. Sparkie features navy glove-tanned leather and flat turnlock base grommet eyes, metal-cap hangtag hands, and key hood legs – he’s also the self-appointed leader of the pack.

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Introducing the Coachies

The line of Coachies are all limited-edition but also environmentally conscious, featuring the Coach Signature Textile Jacquard crafted from a blend of organic cotton and recycled plastic bottles. I’ve always been drawn to bags because they allow us to show our own personality, so this spirited take on these bags puts an immediate smile on my face (plus, Coach has created some really fun videos for these bags, too!). These are sure to be a hit with many Coach fans, and I have always loved a quirky take on a bag and adore this line even more so because of the name that will forever remind me of the original Coachies on the PurseForum.

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Blankie
Blankie
1 month ago

But why

psny15
psny15
1 month ago
Reply to  Blankie

❤️❤️❤️❤️

Martha
Martha
1 month ago
Reply to  Blankie

You win the comment section.

FashionableLena
FashionableLena
1 month ago

I want the one that’s winking.

JPG
JPG
1 month ago

Not bags I will use but they are cute. And Coach is at the right price point fo doing this

Peggy Sue
Peggy Sue
1 month ago

Faces on bags? 👎🏻👎🏻

Guest
Guest
1 month ago

Ugly … reminds me pixar cars

Meow
Meow
1 month ago

I think these are adorable. I love the little moving legs hanging down.

Janice
Janice
1 month ago

Hermès-inspired… without the chic or the craftsmanship.

Gayle
Gayle
1 month ago
Reply to  Janice

First thing that came to my mind. I dont like the bags although i would love an slg in that design like the cardholder or wallet. Its cute pulling out something in your bag like that. I do have the fendi micro baguette with the monster eyes though. I cant get over that collection and still searching for the perfect peekaboo size with those monster eyes.

Blankie
Blankie
1 month ago
Reply to  Janice

I don’t find Kellydole chic, so…

Ed B
Ed B
1 month ago
Reply to  Blankie

I’m flabbergasted anybody does. Whimsical and cute, I can see (even if I don’t agree). Who thinks the Hermes version is chic??

Anne
Anne
1 month ago
Reply to  Janice

Right, because to be chic one needs to drop $8k+ on a purse. 🙄

These are super cute and very well made. I gladly already purchased a few to add to my collection.

bir
bir
1 month ago
Reply to  Anne

so very much agree ! they look very well made !

Diana
Diana
1 month ago
Reply to  Anne

They could create something original instead of plagiarizing Hermès…

Okay
Okay
1 month ago
Reply to  Diana

It’s really not that much of a plagiarization. Hermes is not the first and only brand to put a face on a bag. I feel that this is cuter and less creepy than the Kelly doll.

Fabuleux
Fabuleux
1 month ago
Reply to  Okay

This is 100% ripped off Hermès’ Kellydole (not “kellydoll”—a recurring mistake from English speakers). It’s obvious: no need arguing.

Kool-Aid Fan
Kool-Aid Fan
1 month ago
Reply to  Fabuleux

And Hermès ripped off the Kool-Aid Man with the Kellydole! Kool-Aid ought to sue Hermès for copyright infringement! At least these Coachies don’t look like they’re about to bust down a brick wall.

bir
bir
1 month ago
Reply to  Fabuleux

not being mean, just FYI its quelle Idole, as in what and idol.

Fabuleux
Fabuleux
1 month ago
Reply to  bir

Wrong. It’s Kellydole to sound like Quelle idole.

Sara
Sara
1 month ago
Reply to  Fabuleux

Congratulations, Fabuleux! You are very knowledgeable about a bag made for people with more money than taste.

Fabuleux
Fabuleux
1 month ago
Reply to  Sara

Why are you all so rude? Facts are facts… geez. Lol touchy much?

MYOFB
MYOFB
1 month ago
Reply to  Fabuleux

what a snob “fab-blewww”

Yes, they're always like this.
Yes, they're always like this.
1 month ago
Reply to  MYOFB

This user is notoriously snobby. Do not pay them any mind.

Fabuleux
Fabuleux
1 month ago

Sorry you were mistaken and now making up accounts and usernames to make yourself feel better! 🤣

Sara
Sara
1 month ago
Reply to  Fabuleux

Fabuleux, I suspect you are the one with the new username. I think you are Justice.

Anne
Anne
1 month ago
Reply to  Fabuleux

Honestly confused as to what your purpose in visiting this article was…aside from trashing a Coach bag for being beneath you and allegedly a copy of the Hermes Kelly Doll bag (je suis desole…the Kellydole) . Next time, spare yourself the heartache and don’t click on “offensive” content, or is part of your rise in putting down what others like? If so, I’m sure there are plenty of better safe spaces for you, but maybe-just maybe-an article lauding Coach’s latest collection shouldn’t be it.

Fabuleux
Fabuleux
1 month ago
Reply to  Anne

First of all, it’s “je suis désolée.” But your linguistic effort has been noted. Also, I never trashed these Coach bags. I actually think they are quite fun. However, they are copied from the Kellydole concept. I don’t understand why everyone is in complete denial.

Peggy Sue
Peggy Sue
1 month ago
Reply to  Fabuleux

In part you are correct, but it’s your deliverance that needs work; it’s off putting and condescending. Just an FYI.

Fabuleux
Fabuleux
1 month ago
Reply to  Peggy Sue

Thank you. At least you’re not being a bully like all the other(s).

Bir
Bir
1 month ago
Reply to  Anne

SO very much agree anne, and you were right !!! its Kelly doll a play on words of Quelle Idole **what an idol** so.. back to those bags,they are ever so cute are they not.

charlottawill
charlottawill
1 month ago
Jasmine
Jasmine
1 month ago
Reply to  charlottawill

Anya Hindmarch also came to mind for me! I’m a longtime fan of AH, and I appreciate her cheekier take.

bir
bir
1 month ago
Reply to  charlottawill

Lets not forget, Fendi monster bags, same concept, i like them all Anya, Hermes, Coach, and well…. Hello Kitty i guess LOL.

Anne
Anne
1 month ago
Reply to  charlottawill

Watch out…she will be accused of “plagiarism” as well…🤣😂🤣

bir
bir
1 month ago

I Love the quele/Idole Kelly Doll and love these bags so so beyond cute.

Maureen
Maureen
1 month ago

These are so cute and quirky! Exactly my jam! I want it all!

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