Megan Thee Stallion joined the Coach Family in 2019, when she posed for their holiday campaign. Now, her French bulldog named 4oe is joining Stallion in Coach’s latest campaign for the brand’s collaboration with Japanese streetwear label BAPE.
It was on July 14 that Coach announced their BAPE x Coach collection featuring rapper Megan Thee Stallion, singer Cordae and model Kōki with photography by Sandy Kim. The collection includes ready-to-wear, leather goods, footwear and accessories.
In one of the shots, Megan poses in a BAPE logo tee and white miniskirt with a slit, paired with classic white sneakers and a pink top-handle Coach mini bag. Her hair is styled in a ’60s-esque flipped bob with bangs. 4oe also has some Coach merch. His harness is printed with Coach x BAPE logos just like Stallion’s bag.
In other picture she showed her toned tummy in a Coach x BAPE cropped hooded sweatshirt and a pair of matching mini shorts with a bucket hat and backpack with the same patterns.
A press release from the brand stated that the collaboration combines BAPE’s authority in streetwear with Coach’s legacy of craftsmanship. The fashion line that was created to celebrate both New York and Tokyo includes bags, hoodies and T-shirts with a limited edition pattern that combines Coach’s signature and the BAPE APE HEAD logo.
Item prices range from $95 to $450 and are available for purchase online and in select Coach stores from July 24. This collaboration is genre-less and flexible, not limiting itself to the confines of the fashion industry.