Megan Thee Stallion Spoofs ‘Mean Girls’ In New Coach Campaign

The new pop culture-inspired campaign for Coach’s New York Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2021, shared by Megan Thee Stallion last Monday (February 25), shows her spoofing Mean Girls.

The visual, released in celebration of AW21 collection, shows Megan, wearing a monogram sweatshirt and matching miniskirt, tackling the role of Regina George from Mean Girls on a football field, exchanging gossip with classmates, inspired by lines from the 2004 classic.

“Each of her dogs has its own bedroom,” one confides, while another reveals, “Her nails are so long, she accidentally gouged my eye out.
And it was awesome!”

“I heard that she was walking down the street and a guy saw her and crashed his car. It was so fetch. Or not fetch. It was awesome,” says another.

Another scene shows global Coach ambassador Jennifer Lopez singing along to Blondie‘s 1980 hit “Call Me” in a phone booth while baring her famous abs in a tied-up tee and trench coat.

In a press release, Coach’s creative director Stuart Vevers said he wanted the new collection and presentation to “make sense and resonate in these unique times.”

“I have always loved exploring the intersection of fashion and pop culture at Coach,” he added.

(Photo: Marcelo Cantu)

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