Kendall Jenner and Bad Bunny have been selected as the brand ambassadors for the esteemed Gucci Valigeria travel line. Recently launched advertisements on the 30th of September showcase Kendall and Bad Bunny elegantly showcasing a range of suitcases and bags from the exquisite Gucci Savoy collection.
“The latest campaign by the House embodies the essence of ‘Gucci Ancora,’ an ode to the affection that resides within Gucci’s community,” affirmed the company in an official statement. “Set within an airport, the rendezvous point where journeys commence, the campaign delves into the intimacy of shared voyages through the artistic perspective of Anthony Seklaoui. Captured in still frames, the ephemeral ambiance emanates from Kendall Jenner and Bad Bunny‘s leisurely stroll at the airport, redefining the opulence of Jet Set fashion from the 1990s.”
The latest campaign by Gucci Valigeria showcases iconic pieces from the renowned Gucci Savoy collection, characterized by the GG monogram and Web design.
The advertisements were unveiled a week subsequent to Kendall and Bad Bunny partaking in an elegant evening, occupying prime seats at the prestigious Gucci Ancora runway showcase during Milan Fashion Week in Italy.
The couple initially ignited speculation of a romantic relationship in February when they were observed dining together with Justin Bieber and his wife Hailey Bieber. Subsequently, Bad Bunny and Kendall have been witnessed engaging in additional outings and have also embarked on a vacation alongside their acquaintances. Earlier this month, they were photographed enjoying an evening together at the renowned Carbone restaurant in New York City.
Neither Kendall nor Bad Bunny has publicly addressed their relationship status despite their frequent public appearances together this year.
“I am often subjected to intense scrutiny, leaving me pondering about what aspects of my life are still within my control. The preservation of my personal and private affairs becomes paramount as it becomes the sole sanctuary that remains untouched,” the rapper expressed during an interview with Rolling Stone in June. “Ultimately, my privacy stands as the most valuable possession I possess amidst the chaos.”
Gucci advertisements starring Kendall and Bad Bunny at gucci.com
Creative Director: Sabato De Sarno
Artistic Director: Riccardo Zanola
Photographer: Anthony Seklaoui