Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas are celebrating another Perfect Moment.
The celebrity couple announced they’re investing in the designer sportswear brand — showing off some luxe styles in the process as they posed for a new campaign.
Making skiwear look sexy, Chopra — who recently celebrated her 40th birthday — modeled a gray-and-black Perfect Moment star-print jumpsuit ($590) in an Instagram snap sharing the pair’s new business endeavor.
“This is a special day for us!! We’re proud to join the Perfect Moment family as strategic investors and advisors,” she captioned the photo, in which Jonas, 29, rocks a black leather-trimmed puffer jacket ($1,050).
“Having worn @perfectmomentsports organically for years, one of us is an avid snowboarder and the other an après ski aficionado (can you guess who is who?!), we really fell in love with this chic brand,” the actress and producer continued.
Although Chopra told Variety she “wasn’t exposed to ski culture” during her childhood in India, “The Matrix Resurrections” actress started purchasing skiwear to join her husband on his adventures, including Perfect Moment apparel.
“Nick and I met [Perfect Moment owners] Jane and Max Gottschalk and talked about our love for the brand,” she told the publication. “They talked about growing the brand and we all had an ‘aha’ moment and decided to invest and become partners.”
In another snap, the new mom poses in a black-and-white houndstooth zip-up rashguard ($280) and a matching bikini top ($180) with black pants.
The celeb-loved brand has been worn by famous faces like Kate Middleton, Bradley Cooper, Reese Witherspoon and Emma Roberts and features a range of ski and surfwear pieces.
“This is the first time the couple have entered a business partnership together within the fashion industry, combining their entrepreneurial expertise and passion for skiing and the outdoors,” the brand said in a statement.
And while this might be the Chopra-Jonas team’s first joint venture, the actress is already a savvy entrepreneur, owning haircare brand Anomaly and Indian restaurant Sona, which opened in New York last year.
Along with investing, there could be a design collab from the duo in the future; Chopra said creating a line for the brand “is something we’ve discussed.”