5 K-POP Stars to follow for all your Fashion Inspiration!
The world of "K-POP" and Korean Dramas have exploded on the Indian community like raging fire. People love and adore the vibrant spark of these "K-Pop" stars and their unconventional choice of music. From all girl bands, to all boy bands, the popularity of these K-Pop artists are huge. Today we list down 5 Stars to follow for all your Fashion Inspiration!
1) Jennie - Blackpink
Fashion’s favourite female "IT" girl Jennie; has carved her niche in the world of fashion. Her style is mainly edgy street wear with a mix of high fashion. She is often seen experimenting with cute looks of cropped tops and cargo pants, to oversized sweats and hoodies.
One of the most popular solo female singers and a formal singer from the group of Wonder Girls, Sunmi has a terrifying style and mixes high fashion with streetwear. She also effortlessly sports feminine and edgy, with jackets, suits, dresses and boots. While comfort and style go hand-in-hand, she also does slinky looks and short hemlines with ease!
3) V - Taehyung (BTS)
One of the most popular "K-Pop" groups, "BTS" is known for their super fashionable outfits. While all of them have their signature style and looks, the one who sets the bar really high is Taehyung, better known as V. His style involves a blend of preppy and street. He wears prints, florals, plaids, bold colours, baggy looks and a lot of merchandise from Gucci. One of his most prominent looks include a leopard print coat with a red beret and mint green hair. We are absolutely loving it!
4) Kai (EXO)
A fresh take on classic pieces, Kai’s experimentation is a visual treat to the eyes. At the Gucci Resort 2019 show, he paired his checked suit with a crystal fringed headpiece. Often found in T-shirts and sneakers, he also loves suits and his outerwear game is super strong!
5) G Dragon (Big Bang)
The title for the ultimate fashion icon in K-pop will always belong to G Dragon. The leader of one of the most well-known K-pop groups, Big Bang, and a successful solo artist, he’s not afraid to make a mark in the world of fashion. While having a successful comeback from the Military, and being announced as Chanel’s brand ambassador in 2017, his style ranges from streetwear with clashing colours, androgynous looks, the classic route, with a dapper gentleman effect.