Jennifer Lopez And Michael B. Jordan Model At NYC Block Parties For Coach’s Fall Campaign

Jennifer Lopez And Michael B. Jordan Model At NYC Block Parties For Coach’s Fall Campaign

Emmy-nominated celebrities Jennifer Lopez and Michael B. Jordan modeled at lively New York City block parties for Coach’s fall campaign called “With Friends.”

Photographer Renell Medrano photographed the Bronx-born 52-year-old wearing the company’s $395 “Soft Tabby” shoulder bag for casual wear for the shoot.

Jenny from the Block showed a little leg as the Miami-based jump rope team The Hurricane Jumpers did their thing in the background.

Michael B. Jordan modeled at a lively New York City block party for Coach's fall campaign called 'With Friends'

Global Brand Ambassadors: Emmy-nominated celebrities Jennifer Lopez and Michael B. Jordan modeled at vibrant New York City block parties for Coach’s fall campaign called ‘With Friends’

“When you’re with friends, the possibilities are endless,” Lopez said in a statement.

“When I’m with my friends, we don’t always know what’s going to happen. We’re just hanging out and taking it as it comes. Just knowing that there are people out there and doing things is encouraging – it’s optimistic and it’s spontaneous.”

The two-time Grammy nominee was styled in Coach looks on the set of stylists Olivier Rizzo and Rob Zangardi.

Hairstylist Chris Appleton clipped Jennifer’s signature highlighted mane while makeup artist Scott Barnes made sure her complexion was completely contoured.

Accessorizing: Photographer Renell Medrano captured the Bronx-born 52-year-old wearing the casual clothing company's $395 'Soft Tabby' shoulder bag for the shoot

Accessorizing: Photographer Renell Medrano captured the Bronx-born 52-year-old wearing the casual clothing company’s $395 ‘Soft Tabby’ shoulder bag for the shoot

“When you’re with friends, the possibilities are endless!” Jenny from the Block showed a little leg as Miami-based jump rope team The Hurricane Jumpers did their thing in the background

Ready for her close-up!  Lopez was styled in Coach looks on set by stylists Olivier Rizzo and Rob Zangardi

Ready for her close-up! Lopez was styled in Coach looks on set by stylists Olivier Rizzo and Rob Zangardi

Backlash!  Coach creative director Stuart Vevers came up with the idea of ​​hiring the two-time Grammy nominee after watching her drag the signature bags in her 2002 music video for All I Have with rapper LL Cool J.

Backlash! Coach creative director Stuart Vevers came up with the idea of ​​hiring the two-time Grammy nominee after watching her drag the signature bags in her 2002 music video for All I Have with rapper LL Cool J.

Coach creative director Stuart Vevers came up with the idea to hire Lopez after seeing her carry the signature bags in her 2002 music video for All I Have with rapper LL Cool J.

“Jennifer is so authentic. She is determined and an original who has followed her own path of doing things her own way – she truly embodies Coach’s attitude and our new campaign,” Vevers said in a statement dated Nov. 19.

“Like Coach, she’s from New York, which again creates an authentic connection to our heritage.”

The Cambia el Paso singer last made headlines by rekindling her romance with ex-fiancé Ben Affleck in April — the same month she announced the end of her two-year engagement to retired Yankee Alex Rodriguez.

“Back on set with @coach!” Meanwhile, Michael posed in the 80-year-old brand’s $2,300 “Oversized Aviator” coat with a shearling collar and a $695 “Hitch” backpack.

'I have found opportunities to be a bit more expressive' [through fashion]': For someone who wears other people's clothes for a living, the Cali-born, Jersey-raised 33-year-old normally dresses for comfort off-camera

‘I have found opportunities to be a bit more expressive’ [through fashion]’: For someone who wears other people’s clothes for a living, the Cali-born, Jersey-raised 33-year-old normally dresses for comfort off-camera

Ready for fall!  Also frontman of Coach's 'With Friends' campaign was Beijing Ducks guard Jeremy Lin (pictured)

Ready for fall!  Also fronting Coach's 'With Friends' campaign was Japanese model and songwriter Kōki (pictured)

Ready for fall! Coach’s ‘With Friends’ campaign also featured Beijing Ducks striker Jeremy Lin (L) and Japanese model and songwriter Kōki (R)

Meanwhile, Michael posed in the 80-year-old brand’s $2,300 “Oversized Aviator” jacket with a shearling collar and a $695 “Hitch” backpack.

“The idea of ​​being among friends means being around people you feel comfortable with,” Jordan said in a statement.

‘People with whom you can be yourself, with whom you can grow, with whom you can be creative. It’s about being in an environment where you feel comfortable, where you can be authentic and thrive.’

For someone who wears other people’s clothes for a living, the Cali-born, Jersey-raised 33-year-old normally dresses for off-camera comfort.

The first season trailer also featured Black Panther's Killmonger (Michael B. Jordan) who saved Tony Stark (previously played by Robert Downey Jr.) from one of his own bombs.

Premieres August 11 on Disney+! Michael will then reprise his Black Panther role as Erik Killmonger in the animated spin-off What If…? by Bryan Andrews with 10 episodes.

Michael told People on Tuesday: ‘When I went out more and did more’ [red carpet] events, I found the possibilities a bit more expressive.’

Coach’s ‘With Friends’ campaign also featured Jeremy Lin, Beijing Ducks point guard, and Japanese model and songwriter Kōki.

Jordan will then reprise his Black Panther role as Erik Killmonger in Bryan Andrews’ animated spin-off What If…?, which premieres August 11 on Disney+.

Advertisement

.