Megan Thee Stallion's popularity is continuing to soar! The Grammy winner appears alongside singer Cordae and Japanese model Koki for the second campaign between Coach and Japanese streetwear brand Bape (Bathing Ape).
The limited-edition collection combines the iconic "C" logo with Bape's ape image, printing it onto leather goods, footwear, bags and more.
The pieces won't be available on Coach's website until July 24, but in the meantime, take a look at some of the stunning promo photos!
The "Body" songstress wore a cropped blue hoodie and matching shorts that showed off her legs. The ensemble was completed with a matching backpack and bucket hat.
This is the second time the star has posed for Coach.
A paw-fect pair! The musician brought along her Frenchie 4oe for the shoot, who got in on the campaign by wearing a harness from the collection. Megan held on to a miniature pink purse while wearing a white T-shirt dress from the line.
She also has another Frenchie named Dos, a pit bull named 5ive, and a Cane Corso named X. Talk about a full house!
How cute! The tiny purse, which features a top handle, also comes in a shade of blue.
"I think the brand is still popular because they stay relevant in the music and streetwear scene," photographer Sandy Kim said of Bape while speaking with NYLON.
Put your best foot forward! If you plan to spend your days at the beach or pool, be sure to check out the new slide sandals, which will reportedly go for $125.
While the "Savage" rapper likes to dress up in designer duds, she also enjoys working with local designers and artists.
"Houston has a creative community that is top notch, however, we don't always get to see those people front and center. Having the chance to connect with these local sellers, rock their product, and just see them in action was really exciting for me," she previously told Paper magazine. "I learned that there are so many dope people doing dope things in my city."
From wallets to wristlets, the new line has a size and shape for everyone.
For more info on the collection, keep checking Coach's website.