Here are seven fashion collaborations we’re hoping to see with these K-Pop idols
It’s no secret that K-Pop idols are making their way through the fashion industry with such speed—from runway show attendance to announcements of their partnerships with their chosen brands. It’s an anticipated direction as Korean culture continues to make waves in other industries, and the fashion industry is no exception.
The year has just begun and we have seen K-Pop idols such as Jisoo of BLACKPINK and Suga of BTS make their presence known in Paris Haute Couture. And in social media, stars like Kazuha from Le Sserafim was photographed for Calvin Klein’s SS23 collection. To make things exciting, we listed down collaboration predictions with these K-Pop idols and fashion houses.
Yeji from ITZY with Alexander McQueen
As of this moment, ITZY is known for their group deals with other brands, but we’re hoping to see their solo projects in fashion in the near future. The one that caught our attention is their rapper Yeji with her sharp features and sophisticated yet dauntless style—a match made in heaven for Alexander McQueen’s venturesome fashion.
Jisoo of BLACKPINK with Miss Sohee
Given that she’s currently Dior’s global ambassador, her preparation for a solo venture is one of the hottest topics in social media, and we’re hoping to see her in Miss Sohee’s grandeur creations, since Jisoo has an eye for regal fashion.
(G)I-DLE with Vivienne Westwood
After their successful comeback with their hit song “NUDE,” this K-Pop girl group embodied punk rock chic in most of their appearances recently. It only makes sense to see them clad in Vivienne Westwood creations, the house that represents punk risque and daring fashion.
Jungkook of BTS with Comme des Garçons
His knack for the oversized silhouette and streetwear style is quite known in the K-Pop world. Although his usual color combo consists of neutrals, it’ll be interesting to see him don his favorite ensemble, but with a dynamic twist Comme des Garçons is recognized for.
Chae Won of LE SSERAFIM with Miu Miu
This girl group isn’t afraid to mix and match their streetwear style with new cuts, but we can’t deny that Chae Won’s style reminds us a little bit of Miu Miu. Her sweet yet sharp features are the perfect combination of the Italian fashion house’s modern Y2K aesthetic.
Bang Chan of Stray Kidz with Kenzo
Known for their adventurous style that crosses gender norms, Bang Chan from Stray Kidz is often seen wearing ensembles that are laid back with an edge. Seeing that Kenzo makes high fashion streetwear looks done in such relaxed silhouettes and vivid colors, Bang Chan might be the ideal fit as their next global ambassador.
Wonyoung of IVE with Rodarte
Her charming features and dainty fashion has caught the hearts of many K-Pop enthusiasts. Her style would range from pastel coordinated looks to princess-looking ensembles, and Rodarte’s whimsical codes would do just the trick to truly embrace that delicate regal aesthetic.