Bad Bunny and Kendall Jenner heat up dating rumors with joint Gucci campaign Bad Bunny and Kendall Jenner continue to make headlines as they grow closer, appearing together at NBA games and now as the faces of a new Gucci campaign.
Luxury fashion house Gucci recently unveiled images from their campaign, featuring the 27-year-old model perched on a luggage cart loaded with Gucci bags while the 29-year-old reggaeton sensation, Bad Bunny (real name Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio), affectionately embraces her from behind.
A promotional video from the campaign captures Jenner and Bad Bunny strolling through an airport with Gucci Savoy collection luggage in tow.
In the campaign, Jenner sports a stylish ensemble, including a cropped black sweater layered over white button-down, black trousers cinched with a Gucci belt, and struts in pristine white Gucci sneakers. Meanwhile, Bad Bunny opts for an all-black attire, featuring a Gucci blazer over plain T-shirt and trousers.
In another look featuring the Gucci Valeria travel collection, Jenner dons a Gucci monogrammed miniskirt, a white T-shirt, and a lengthy coat, while Bad Bunny keeps it casual in a white Gucci sweater, oversized jeans, and a Gucci cap.
“The House’s most recent campaign embodies the essence of ‘Gucci Ancora,’ a tribute to the love that is at the heart of Gucci’s community,” the company expressed in a statement shared with Us Weekly and E! News. “Set within an airport, the campaign delves into the closeness of traveling together, beautifully captured through the creative vision of Anthony Sekai.”
Gucci further commented, “Photographs seize the ephemeral essence of Kendall Jenner and Bad Bunny’s leisurely airport walk, redefining the 1990s Jet Set glamour.”
Just a week after their prominent appearance at Gucci’s fashion show during Milan Fashion Week on September 22, Bad Bunny and Jenner have embarked on a collaborative campaign. The Puerto Rican rapper and “The Kardashians” star both sported neutral tones as they occupied the front row at the event, which marked the debut collection by Gucci’s creative director, Sabato De Sarno.
Kendall and Bad Bunny persist in stoking relationship speculations, yet they consistently refrain from officially confirming any romantic involvement.
Jenner and Bad Bunny’s global escapade is just one of several they’ve undertaken in recent weeks, including a recent outing in New York City. Their public appearances also follow Bad Bunny’s somewhat vague mention of his connection with “The Kardashians” star during an interview for Vanity Fair’s cover story.
“They lack insight into your emotions, your lifestyle, and essentially remain oblivious to everything,” he remarked about the public. “I have no real inclination to elucidate anything, as I bear no obligation to provide explanations to anyone.”
Bad Bunny and Kendall Jenner Generate speculations of a romantic connection during the Gucci showcase in Milan: View the snapshots.
In May, he dropped “Where She Goes,” a fusion of reggaetón, hip-hop, and EDM, sparking speculation that the song might be inspired by Jenner. While predominantly in Spanish, the English-language title has led fans to wonder if his upcoming work will lean less on his native language.
Bad Bunny revealed to Vanity Fair that while he doesn’t “dislike the notion” of singing in English, he finds greater comfort expressing himself in his native language. However, he did hint that he does converse in English with “certain individuals,” sharing that “with one of them, I couldn’t communicate beforehand.”
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