Coach makes its presence felt with new boutique concept at HIA Concourse A

By Luke Barras-hill |

The 60sq m boutique carries a selection of bags and small leathergoods.

Qatar Duty Free (QDF) has introduced a fresh design concept for New York fashion house Coach at Hamad International Airport (HIA).

The 60sq m Coach boutique, located in Concourse A and adjacent to other shops and a multi-brand fashion unit from QDF, has reopened following a period of refurbishments.

It presents an array of handbags, totes, clutches, crossbody bags and small leathergoods such as compact wallets and card holders for men and women.

“The new boutique offers the finest selection of the brand’s signature pieces from the Tabby Collection, the iconic shoulder bags, and the Willow Collection, the perfect ‘carry it all’ bags for day-to-day essentials,” said QDF in a statement.

The contemporary design language of the boutique plays on simplicity and elegance, according to QDF, with beige and white interior colours complemented by plenty of bright light.

The reopening of the Coach boutique follows the recent unveiling of the Louis Vuitton Lounge by Yannick Alléno.

TRBusiness was on location for the launch event last month and you can click here to read that coverage.

 For more on QDF’s latest retail developments, click the below links.

QDF eyes Dior spa opening; retail up +59% in 2022

Thabet Musleh rises to Senior Vice President at Qatar Duty Free



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