In the past few years, Coach has pivoted towards the luxury sector, swapping its 2000s reputation of logo-heavy wristlets in favor of sleek, Americana-inspired design, courtesy of British designer Stuart Vevers, who joined the company after a six-year stint at Loewe in 2013.Recently, it’s been upping the ante even further with high-profile collaborations with both celebrities (Selena Gomez) and fellow designers (Rodarte).The world woke up this morning to news that Coach would buy fellow American fashion label Kate Spade New York for a cool .4 billion.Now, this line of retail news is usually of importance to only a pretty specific group of industry people.
David Spade is offloading his restored 1987 Buick Grand National.
And according to TMZ, the star may be gearing up to offload a restored version of the Dodge Daytona he drove in Joe Dirt, too.
The comedian purchased the Dodge at an auction back in 2015, dropping 0,000 on it.'I don't even know if I will drive this car around,' he told Us Weekly at the time. I'm just going to wake up every morning and spray it with Armor All.
The 53-year-old unlikely car enthusiast has listed the vehicle for ,000, after sprucing it up.
David first showed off the car in an episode of Jay Leno's Garage last year, and since then, he's spent nearly 00 getting it up to scratch.