Selena Gomez will soon have a new line with Coach -- here are her favourite picks

The INSIDER Summary:

• Selena Gomez is partnering with Coach in 2017.
• The deal is worth a reported $10 million.
• She released a picture with herself holding a bag.
• Coach released more pictures of Selena with bags and gear — here’s where to buy them.

In addition to being the most-followed and liked person on social media, Selena Gomez is known for her amazing fashion sense.

So when it was revealed this weekend that she is Coach’s newest collaborator, fans were thrilled. Gomez will be designing a top secret collection with Stuart Vevers as well as becoming the face of the brand come Spring 2017.

The popstar posted a picture of herself with a Coach bag to celebrate the collaboration.

“Being able to create is my favourite thing in the whole world,” she wrote. “I’m so excited to be a part of the vision and family @coach AND I get the honour to design with @stuartvevers.”

And Coach followed suit, showing the 24-year-old Gomez in one of its leather jackets and teasing a few of its new purses.

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The brand also already released some of her current favourite items. Take a look below.

This is the purse that Gomez posed with in her Instagram post. It’s called the Dinky Crossbody in bordeaux, and costs about $408.

Gomez was posing in this jacket in the Coach announcement. The Icon Moto Jacket retails for around AUD$1,728 (US$1,250).

This was the purse that Gomez was carrying. It’s a Rogue 25 bag in chalk and it costs about $823.

And last but not least, this is the shirt that Gomez wore while out and about in the Coach Instagram. It’s called the Car T-Shirt, is covered in sequins, and retails for around $256. It’s currently sold out.

Gomez and Coach’s partnership is estimated to be worth a whopping $14 million. The actress and singer will also be partnering with the organisation Step Up as a part of the deal, which empowers teen girls from under-resourced communities.

“I am so excited to work with Coach and love the clothes and accessories designed by Stuart Vevers. I am especially looking forward to getting to know the Coach team, as well as becoming involved in the foundations support of Step Up,” the singer said in a statement.

It won’t be Gomez’s first experience designing and collaborating with a major brand. She’s previously worked with Kmart and Adidas Neo.

See more of Gomez’s Coach picks here.

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