Coi Leray has apparently left Milan Fashion Week with a few mementos from the sex-positive display at the Diesel Womenswear Fall/Winter 2023/24 show.
The entire collection was sex-fueled, with Diesel even placing a mountain of Durex condoms at the center of their runway. The company also incorporated 200,000 boxes worth of other Durex goodies into the display and included the sound of moans into the show’s audio.
After the show, Coi shared some racy shots using the condoms as props – though not over what they typically cover.
“Sexy af,” she captioned the carousel of images on Wednesday (February 22).
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In a conversation with Vogue, Diesel’s creative director Glenn Martens explained the meaning behind this season’s collection.
“Successful living is about being sex-positive, having fun, enjoying life, and also being respectful and safe,” he said. “Plus we are a very cheeky, straightforward brand.”
To coincide with the release of the brand’s latest collection, free condoms will be available at Diesel stores worldwide this April.
On the music side of things, Coi Leray recently connected with Pharrell Williams in the studio just as her latest hit “Players” became her first No. 1 single, after topping Billboard‘s Rap Digital Songs chart for the week ending January 21.
In a series of pics, the Boston native gave fans a peak into her studio session with Pharrell in Paris. Though she didn’t reveal what they’re working on, she shared both stills of herself with the multi-platinum producer, as well as a muted clip of the two chatting.
Originally released on November 30, 2022, “Players” has seen its success bolstered by the song’s popularity on both TikTok and Instagram Reels.
A Jersey Club remix by DJ Smallz 732 and a mashup by DJ Paige — which saw Coi Leray’s “Players” vocals laid over Busta Rhymes‘ 1997 hit “Put Your Hands Where My Eyes Could See” — pushed the single to new heights.
In January, the Grandmaster Flash & the Furious Five-sampling record was re-released to streaming platforms to include both remixes, as well as the instrumental produced by Johnny Goldstein.
The remixes have garnered so much attention that, on January 17, Coi Leray released the official “Players” music video using DJ Smallz’ remix rather than the original track.