Bad Bunny Stuns in New Jacquemus “Les Sculptures” Campaign — See Photos

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Jacquemus is back with another stunning campaign, and this time, Bad Bunny is the star.

On February 12, Jacquemus shared photos of their newest ready-to-wear collection, Les Sculptures, modeled by the Puerto Rican singer and rapper Bad Bunny. He wears an assortment of pieces from the collection that are available online now, including the Les Zizi Repetto Jacquemus, La Veste Cuadrada, Le Pantalon Salti, and more.

Other pieces that Bad Bunny wears in the campaign are more avant-garde sculptural pieces, right in line with the name of the collection. He's pictured shirtless in a pair of pants that extend to the mid-torso in a clam shape, a look that comes straight from the French design house's recent runway show. In another photo, he wears a similar style of red pants, fashioned to look like a half skirt.

This isn’t the first time Bad Bunny and Jacquemus teamed up for an iconic and innovative fashion moment. At the 2024 Met Gala, the duo worked together to create a look that honored the night’s special theme, which was inspired by Karl Lagerfeld. The final look featured a train of Chanel-esque white carnations and another sculptural look, a backless blazer, true to the Jacquemus brand. He also famously starred in the brand's Le Splash campaign back in 2022.

This collab with Bad Bunny is just the most recent star-studded campaign that Jacquemus is boasting. Last December, the brand fans in the holiday season with an absolutely adorable photo shoot that featured BLACKPINK’s Jenny and dogs. A month before that, Kendall Jenner starred in another holiday campaign, where she opted for string lights instead of pants. (And it wasn’t even the first time she went pantless for the brand.)

Jacquemus has always been known for its star power. The brand has proven to be a consistent favorite among celebrities. This newest campaign with Bad Bunny solidifies that.

Originally Appeared on Teen Vogue

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