Megan Thee Stallion drops smoking hot campaign with her two adorable pooches

Megan Thee Stallion is the ultimate Houston hottie in a new campaign for Coach and BAPE’s new collection.

The rapper poses alongside her dogs wearing pieces from the collection by the US fashion house and Japanese streetwear brand.

The second collaboration from the two brands will be available from 24 July at coach.com.

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Megan previously joined the Coach family in 2019 as part of their holiday campaign and has since modelled different ranges for the brand.

This time around she’s joined by her pets including her French bulldog named 4oe who is a star in his own right, with an Instagram account boasting 500,000 followers.

They’re posing in the campaign for the new Coach collaboration with Japanese streetwear label BAPE, which celebrates each brand’s hometown of New York and Tokyo.

Megan Thee Stallion and her dogs wear pieces from the Coach x BAPE collection. (Photo by Sandy Kim/Coach)

The second collab between the two brands “combines BAPE’s authority in streetwear with Coach’s legacy of craftsmanship”.

The collection features a new, limited-edition print, blending Coach’s signature ‘C’ pattern with the BAPE logo which appears on hoodies, t-shirts and more.

This includes versions of both brand’s trademarks products with Coach’s turnlock bag and BAPE’s STA sneakers featuring in the collection.

In the campaign Megan poses in a cropped hoodie with the new print alongside a bucket hat, shorts and white sneakers while her dogs rock a harness featuring the Coach x BAPE logo.

Megan captioned her post: “Thee Hot Dog mom and my boys in Coach. Since they love tearing up s**t they had to get a job.”

 

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Another shot sees Megan pair a Coach x BAPE t-shirt with a white mini skirt and a mini-pink Coach bag alongside a ’60s-esque flipped bob with bangs.

Also appearing in the campaign – shot by Sandy Kim – are rapper and singer Cordae and Japanese model Kōki. The brands will also release the cast in conversation, “discussing how they each express their unique personalities.”

The pieces from the collection start at $95 and go on sale from 24 July at coach.com.

In June Coach released its “Pride Is Where You Find It” collection which featured Bob The Drag Queen and Rina Sawayama in the campaign.

They posed wearing pieces from the range including a t-shirt and signature bag with the rainbow-themed Coach logo.