The way eSelena Gomez is taking her partnership with Coach — and the American heritage brand's Creative Director Stuart Vevers — to the next level. Coming this fall, the pop star and actress will release a ready-to-wear collection for the label, including apparel and outerwear, in addition to a new range of handbags, leather goods and accessories.
Selena Gomez shocked her fans in the summer of 2016 when she abruptly canceled the remainder of her Revival tour to seek treatment for anxiety and depression (this is the second time she'd ended a major tour; the first was cut short so she could get treatment for lupus). Her return to the spotlight came in November at the American Music Awards, where she delivered an inspiring speech that touched briefly on her mental health battles: "If you are broken, you don't have to stay broken," she said at the time. And now Selena is opening up to Vogue about the personal path she took to becoming un-"broken."