DREAM ON: Coach is still dreaming of Hollywood.
The accessories and lifestyle brand has tapped actress Chloë Grace Moretz and musician Kid Cudi for the second installment of its “Dreamers” campaign, which will run in March publications. “Chloë’s free-spirited attitude and spontaneity makes her a perfect incarnation of the Coach spring ’15 girl, while Kid Cudi’s effortless ease and coolness could not better embody the spirit of the spring ’15 men’s collection,” creative director Stuart Vevers said of the casting decision. Moretz and Cudi replace actresses Zoë Kravitz and Odeya Rush, actor Christopher Abbott and singer Banks, who starred in the fall campaign. Photographed by Mikael Jansson, with styling by Karl Templer and art direction by Fabien Baron, the campaign features black-and-white portraits of the stars alongside close-up shots of handbags from the spring collection.
The Dreamers campaign will run in tandem with a traditional, model-fronted fashion campaign, an advertising model introduced last season. The fashion ads, released earlier this month for inclusion in February books, feature up-and-coming models Binx Walton, Valery Kaufman, Grace Hartzel, Molly Bair, Dylan Xue, Helge Vondereau, Julia Bergshoeff and Lexi Boling, and was shot by photographer Steven Meisel. While these ads will primarily appear in fashion titles, the Dreamers campaign will reach a wider spread of publications, such as Vanity Fair, Teen Vogue, Nylon, GQ, Details and Esquire. Visuals from Dreamers will also be featured in Coach stores, beginning on Feb. 15.