You'll want your own version of Selena Gomez's personalized bomber jacket

There are people who are doing Fashion Week well, and then there are people who are slaying it, like Selena Gomez. The 25-year-old singer and actress touched down in New York City on Sept. 3 and has been keeping herself busy both with work and fashion. Keeping up with her everyday style is a job in and of itself; however, the star has also been seen working on her collaboration with Coach and filming a movie with Woody Allen.

Her busy schedule hasn’t led to her slacking off in the wardrobe department, though. Instead, it’s created a few more moments for Gomez to be seen in some street style and red carpet looks. On Wednesday, she wore one of her chicest looks yet to a meet and greet at the Coach House, which included a personalized bomber jacket.

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Selena Gomez

Gomez headed out to a meet and greet at the Coach House on Wednesday afternoon, where she rocked black leather pants with a black long-sleeve turtleneck and a red patterned bomber jacket. (Photo: Splash)

Bomber jacket

The back of the jacket features customized embroidery, reading “Selena” in sequins. (Photo: Splash)

Street style

The actress was first spotted in New York early last week, when she was shopping around Soho with boyfriend the Weeknd. Sporting a corduroy button-down shirt, flare jeans, and black boots, Gomez was already supporting her collaboration with Coach with the standout red bag. (Photo: Getty Images)

Cardigan style

Gomez immediately stepped into fall with Tuesday’s look, which consisted of a short-sleeve Rouje dress with a cardigan over it. (Photo: Josiah Kamau/BuzzFoto via Getty Images)

Overcoat

For a day out in Chelsea, Gomez paired a miniskirt with an olive green sweater and a long plaid coat. A standout accessory of the week, Gomez’s outerwear makes an appearance in multiple looks of hers. (Photo: Getty Images)

Red carpet

The singer rocked a baby pink, long-sleeve mini Valentino dress to the Harper’s Bazaar Icons event that evening, pairing her look with a green bag and red strappy heels. (Photo: Getty Images)

Date night

A movie date was behind Gomez’s third look of the day. She changed into an all-black ensemble for a night with the Weeknd. (Photo: Getty Images)

Street style

Gomez’s favorite coat and sunnies made their second appearance on Saturday morning, when she was seen leaving her hotel. (Photo: Getty Images)

Red carpet

Going for a cool look — and maybe also convenience — she kept her favorite long coat draped over her dress for the BoF 500 Gala. (Photo: Sylvain Gaboury/Patrick McMullan via Getty Images)

Red carpet

Gomez stripped the coat off for the red carpet, revealing a sheer Rodarte gown with florals and frill detailing. (Photo: Sylvain Gaboury/Patrick McMullan via Getty Images)

Street style

Monday was a day of filming, where Gomez was spotted twice shooting for an untitled Woody Allen film. For her morning call time, she was wearing her long coat again with an all-black outfit underneath. (Photo: Getty Images)

Street style

Switching to a lighter color palette, Gomez returned to set in a khaki trench coat over light jeans and white sneakers. (Photo: Getty Images)

Workout style

Although the star had a hectic schedule, she managed to make time for the gym, where she paired her sporty gear with creepers. (Photo: Getty Images)

Glam style

Gomez was spotted in Greenwich Village on the day of the Coach show, already sporting a dress from their collection. (Photo: Getty Images)

Fashion show

She ended her Tuesday evening at the fashion show for Coach’s Spring 2019 collection. (Photo: Dave Kotinsky/Getty Images for Coach)

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