TRAVEL COMPANIONS: That’s one way to make your relationship official: Kendall Jenner and Bad Bunny, who have yet to publicly confirm they are dating, are the new faces of the Gucci Valigeria travel line.
The model and singer, who recently attended Sabato De Sarno’s debut show as creative director of Gucci during Milan Fashion Week, appear close in the images, which were shot by Anthony Seklaoui in an airport.
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In one photo, Jenner laughs as she leans back on a pile of Gucci GG logo suitcases on a luggage trolley as Bad Bunny locks her in an embrace. In another shot, which mimicks a paparazzi photo, they step off an escalator toting a weekend bag and cabin suitcase from the Gucci Savoy collection.
“The house’s latest campaign embraces the spirit of ‘Gucci Ancora’ as a celebration of the love that lies at the center of Gucci’s community,” the house said in a statement on Saturday.
De Sarno recently unveiled his first campaign for the brand, featuring a topless Daria Werbowy wearing items from the Marina Chain jewelry collection in an L.A. swimming pool.
Other recent campaign faces include Dakota Johnson, who appeared in candid images for the Jackie 1961 that showed her buying flowers or heading to a yoga class, and Ryan Gosling, who appeared in Gucci Valigeria ads last year pushing a mountain of luggage down a beach.
Jenner and Bad Bunny have appeared on a number of high-profile dates at events including a Drake concert in Los Angeles in August and a Lakers game in May, but they have never officially discussed their relationship status.
Jenner closed the Schiaparelli show during Paris Fashion Week on Thursday and has been joined in the French capital by family members including sister Kylie Jenner and Kim Kardashian, as well as mother Kris Jenner.
Bad Bunny appeared in a campaign for French brand Jacquemus last year that showed him showing off his biceps in a pink minidress with baby blue slide heels; rollerblading in pink-and-white gingham Bermuda shorts, and riding a jet ski wearing nothing but a pink life jacket.
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