Two of music's hottest superstars are front and center in Coach's new campaign!
Megan Thee Stallion and Jennifer Lopez were joined by a few others to showcase the fashion house's new threads, which "reimagines Coach’s iconic Horse and Carriage code" and features the "first-ever house logo in a pop palette for a new generation."
The fresh line features purses, apparel, backpacks, wallets and more.
Keep scrolling to see the fashionable collection.
The triple threat's impressive abs were on display in a cropped hoodie, matching sweatpants, heels and a crossbody bag. "Every day in life is a journey," insisted the superstar. "It’s all about how you make it your own."
The brand noted, "[We] love seeing our iconic print on our favorite icon."
In another shot, JLo donned all white, in addition to a pair of chunky combat boots.
"Joyful and optimistic, Spring 2022 celebrates our house codes through the point-of-view of a new generation," shared director Stuart Vevers. "It expresses what I’ve always loved about Coach, which is the way our heritage can be a platform for individual expression and bold ideas that shape the future."
A hot girl, indeed! For the "Savage" rapper's playful shots, she and the photographers headed to "a fairground at a seaside resort."
The Grammy winner noted that "this is the second time Coach has let me wear some booty shorts." She also carried a miniature tote bag and donned an orange cropped hoodie.
"My off-the-camera style, like just me being Megan, definitely I'm always sexy. I'm a sexy girl!" admitted the star. "But when I take it to the red carpet, I definitely still try to incorporate sexy, but I love Hollywood glam. So I try to mix those two together."
For the body positivity advocate, working with Coach has been a no-brainer.
"I feel like working with Coach is just so nostalgic to me because I've been wearing this brand all my life," she spilled to PEOPLE. "My grandmother used to take me shopping and buy me little Coach wristlets and the little small purses – and now I'm all grown up, and I get to wear everything and have all the big purses."