The Selena Gomez Coach Fall 2018 campaign has officially dropped, and it is quite the visual treat. The 25-year-old singer and actress stars in a series of New York City meets Prairie West photo shoot images, which also feature 23-year-old Chinese actor Timmy Xu, 27-year-old Japanese actress Kiko Mizuhara, and 20-year-old Chinese actress Guan Xiaotong. Models Remington Williams, Ali Latif, Lily Nova, Blesnya Minher, Joaquim Arnell, Nina Gulien, and William Grant also make up the campaign’s striking group photos.
“I love the way that we have pushed the Coach gang further this season to be more unique, diverse and just overall cool in their attitude,” creative director Stuart Vevers shared in a press release. “It’s how I see people here in New York enjoying wearing clothes and just feels really relevant to me.”
In her solo photo shoot images for her third official campaign, Selena carries the new “Charlie” handbag, and the insanely popular and timely new “Dreamer” bag, which was previewed with a limited advanced sale with the collection’s Fall fashion week presentation at New York Fashion Week. This new launch will have you mentally adding all kinds of must-have pieces to your shopping cart!
More news from the Selena Gomez Coach Fall 2018 campaign we are still eagerly looking out for? Earlier this year, it was announced that the mega star would be designing another round of handbags for the season, just like her popular debut of Grace bags in 2017. But in addition to leather goods and accessories, the star is also going to be releasing a Fall 2018 clothing line of her own in collaboration with Coach. We can’t wait to see all of these designs in the next round of the label’s drops!
Click through the gallery below to see your first look at the Selena Gomez Coach Fall 2018 campaign, and more amazing images from this collection.
You can also view the Coach Fall 2018 campaign video in the player below.
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All images Steven Meisel via Coach. Makeup: Pat McGrath, Creative Director: Fabien Baron, Hair: Guido Palau.