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Lil Nas X Makes Runway Debut With Coach at New York Fashion Week

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Lil Nas X is WORKING that runway!

The global pop superstar made his fashion show runway debut earlier today when he walked in Coach's Spring/Summer 23 Fashion Show in New York City.

As a part of New York Fashion Week, Coach unveiled its Spring/Summer line by Stuart Vevers. The line features lots of black, lots of earth tones, lots of leather, and this year, lots of Lil Nas X.

In the midst of professional models walking the runway for Coach, Lil Nas X also made his fashion runway debut by walking in the show towards the end.

With his hair in long braids and dressed in leather shorts and a leather vest, Nas SLAYED the runway, keeping his face serious and his walk right. He was even brought back on to lead the show’s finale!

Coach also announced that it has collaborated with the Grammy-winner on a custom tour wardrobe for his first-ever headlining tour. The Long Live Montero tour kicked off yesterday, with Nas wearing six bespoke looks that combine his own personal style with the classic look of Coach.

The looks include a gilded gladiator suit, a reimagination of American western wear with plenty of leather, and an American varsity football uniform covered in crystals and pink.

“It was a really fun and inspiring experience working with Stuart [Vevers, Coach Creative Director] and the Coach team to create the looks for my first world tour,” said Lil Nas X in a statement. “They truly captured my vision, and everything ties together in the show perfectly. I can’t wait for everyone to see them.”

Lil Nas X will be on his Long Live Montero Tour through November 2022 in various cities across North America and Europe.

You can watch the whole show and see Lil Nas X walking below.

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