Selena Gomez already has an impressive resume as a singer, an actress and the face of brands such as Pantene, but it looks like she's only going up from here!
Rumor has it the 24-year-old might be pairing up with the American luxury brand Coach as reports have surfaced that she recently signed a multi-million dollar deal with the fashion company.
Though it's still unclear if the news is, in fact, true, if she does take on the project, she'll be joining a long list of fashionable and famous faces that have joined Coach in recent years. Check them out below:
Gwyneth Paltrow In 2011, the actress became a brand ambassador for Coach's international fall-spring campaign to mark the brand's 70th anniversary.
At the time, Coach president Reed Krakoff said Paltrow was a "natural choice" for the campaign as "she embodies the spirit, energy and elegance of the Coach brand."
The Goop founder had been a longtime fan of the brand and provided her own statement about becoming its ambassador. "I grew up in New York City and I've always thought of Coach as the quintessential New York brand," she said.
Chloe Grace Moretz She was just 17-years-old when Coach chose the stunning, young actress as their brand ambassador in 2015 for their spring "Dreamers" campaign.
In a press release for the campaign, Coach Creative Director Stuart Vevers explained why she was the perfect pick for the role. "Chloe's free-spirited attitude and spontaneity makes her a perfect incarnation of the Coach spring '15 girl...The Coach Dreamers are passionate, creative individuals with original talent who lead their lives in an individual, unexpected way."
Moretz reciprocated those feelings toward both Vevers and the brand, telling InStyle, "Coach is a really fun, really cool brand. It's all covet-worthy. I love Stuart, I love what he's doing. It's always on point, always so fun and so interesting."
Kid Cudi The rapper was also chosen to represent Coach in their "Dreamers" campaign in 2015.
Vevers spoke highly of him while making a statement about the collection, saying, "Kid Cudi's effortless ease and coolness could not better embody the spirit of the spring '15 men's collection."
Karlie Kloss The supermodel teamed up with Coach in 2013 for their fall "New York Stories" campaign, which allowed her to share her own story about her love affair with the city as well as her personal style and taste.
"I think that was one of the reasons Coach actually wanted to work together," Kloss told Fashionista at the time."For me to be a part of the advertising not just as a model, but as me—my name is in the campaign, my name is in the video, it's me talking about me, which is never the case, it's always this anonymous face in a picture—it was a huge accomplishment for me, and a huge honor, because Coach really embraced me and appreciated me for me."