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Koffee joins others in Calvin Klein spring 2021 Campaign

Jamaican Reggae cross over sensation Koffee can now add Calvin Klein underwear model to her résumé. The star  features in the brand’s Spring 2021 campaign, which debuted on Wednesday. now one of Calvin Klein’s latest underwear models.

Koffee. Mario Sorrenti/Courtesy of Calvin Klein

Putting her taut abs and fit body on display in the brand’s new underwear pieces, the Grammy Award-winner was greeted by a hail of fire emojis in her Instagram reveal today.  “Spring 2021 @calvinklein campaign. #MYCALVINS,” she captioned the post.

Koffee joins rapper Megan Thee Stallion, actor Jacob Elordi, singer Rina Sawayama, actor Anthony Ramos and more in the brand’s Spring 2021 ad campaign, which debuted today.


Director Terence Nance also created a short film titled The Feeling of Letting Go that featured shots of Koffee and the rest of the cast of the Spring 2021 campaign.

The Toast singer who celebrated her 21st birthday last month has also modeled new jeans pieces for the American fashion house.

Koffee. Mario Sorrent/Courtesy of Calvin Klein.For the campaign, Calvin Klein has recruited Italian-American photographer Mario Sorrenti, known for his spreads in Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar.

In December, the W singer was recruited by H&M for their Holiday Ad campaign.  Malta Jamaica was also attracted to Koffee’s marketability in October, as was MasterCard, who made her their brand ambassador in Jamaica in September.

Koffee, whose real name is Mikayla Simpson, just celebrated her 21st birthday last month.  While the Spanish Town native is sitting out this year’s Grammy Awards, she did pick up two nominations for Outstanding International Song at the NAACP Image Awards for her summer 2020 hit Lockdown and the Pressure (remix) with Buju Banton.

A follow-up to her Grammy-winning album, Rapture, is expected this year.  She told RollingStone two weeks ago, that the upcoming LP will focus on the idea of unity and positivity with ‘a very interesting twist’.

“I want to speak of a solution and of a way that we can come together and get along, even when things are going wrong,” Koffee said. “Positivity is definitely a theme. It will be a very interesting twist for people who knew my music before, and also for people who will discover me. I think it will be really awesome.”

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