Spotlighting the positive impact mothers have on our lives and the importance of everyday recognition — this year more than ever — the campaign is additionally brought to life with a series of short films and photographs on Coach’s social channels featuring the cast with their family members.
Highlighting the bond between mothers and their children, the series also encourages members of the Coach community to share messages of gratitude for the mothers in their lives.
Of course, the stylish stars also show off the gorgeous spring offerings from the luxury brand.
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Led by Lopez, the campaign was shot in a garden party-like setting.
The newly single mom-of-two showed off the brand's $450 Willis Top Handle 18 bag with garden embroidery.
The Four Weddings And A Funeral actress, who appears in the campaign alongside her daughter, Rainey, said that while she's played a lot of parts throughout her career, her favorite role so far has been being a mom. "I knew the most important part of my life was to have children," she said.
The "Goodies" singer said she has learned to appreciate the little things about motherhood (like when everyone sits still for the camera). Her message to her children Future, Sienna and Win: “You are the best thing that has ever happened to me."
They're three generations strong: model Paloma Elsesser, her mom Anedra and her grandmother, Audrey. Turns out these three share more than just genes. "The best piece of advice you’ve ever given me was passed from my grandma," Paloma tells her mom. "And it’s that life is a series of adjustments."
Posing in a phone booth, Japanese model Koki showed of Coach's $495 Field Tote 30 with Garden Embroidery Coach Badge.
Chinese actress Yang Zi modeled the same bag in another shot. She teamed it with a khaki belted shirt dress, teal scrunched socks and low-top white sneakers.