BLACKPINK has prepared 12 gorgeous outfits for all four members, spanning many high-end brands like Paco Rabanne to designs from Vietnamese talent Michael Ngo.
Blackpink breaks the stage of Coachella 2023 with a series of luxury brands from Europe to asia
On April 16, YG’s “war chickens” officially appeared on the main stage of Coachella 2023. The long-standing music festival welcomed BLACKPINK with a crowd of more than 125,000 fans and two hours of performances divided into three dedicated acts. for four girls. Never once disappointed the audience from the performance to the point of spending on costumes at major events, but this time, the female idols have brought Coachella’s wardrobe to a new level. Once again, BLACKPINK has turned the music stage into the legendary “Pinkchella” stage.
Returning to Coachella after 4 years, BLACKPINK took a step forward to the main stage and became the first K-POP group to become a “headliner” – the top performer on the list. To confirm their unique title, the four girls said goodbye to sequins to put on a black and pink palette, and set fire to the Coachella stage with ” Pink Venom”. The choice of materials and colors accurately depicts the spirit of the song.
“Black” represents the tough, strong side of the four girls, expressed through the leather material and the details of knitting or padded shoulder straps. Meanwhile, “pink” (roughly translated: as pink) is conveyed with soft tassels and ruffles. BLACKPINK’s stylist also knew how to take advantage of the wind of the outdoor stage when wearing costumes with longer and more flighty details compared to the 2019 wardrobe.
The second act of the show welcomed the four girls’ solo performances, and it was also where they showcased many custom designs, confirming the status of a group that has successfully invaded the fashion realm. Jennie opened with the song “You & Me” in a sophisticated performance outfit from Korean Haute Couture brand Dénicheur, including a camisole with hundreds of interwoven pearls and a split skirt.
Seo Seung Yeon, the designer of Dénicheur, is famous for her splendid royal core -inspired outfits, specializing in collaborations with top K-POP names like IU, Red Velvet, etc. was able to bring a design from the luxurious Haute Couture collection to the stage, but Jennie chose to support the domestic brand. This is probably the singer’s affirmation of her role in bringing Korean culture to the world.
Lisa has the image of a charming, confident Mugler girl in a bodysuit worth nearly $1000 hidden behind a custom futuristic dress from Yueqi Qi brand, “smelly of money” true to the spirit of the solo song “Money”. Meanwhile, Jisoo bloomed with flowers when performing “Flower ” with her own design from David Koma. Although Rosé did not “pocket” custom costumes from any brand, she also owned an eye-catching and impressive outfit – a sparkling miniskirt that carried the mark of Paco Rabanne’s heyday.
BLACKPINK’s brand game is not over yet. The four ending costumes are simple in color but sophisticated in structure and also come from luxury brands. Rosé gives off both feminine and dusty vibes thanks to her fringed skirts and many strappy accessories and leather shoes from Dr.Martens. Lisa and Jisoo are like two opposite forces: a thorny, reckless girl with bold cuts and a mature, salty girl with see-through materials and royal patterns. Although the most discreet of the “sisters” with high boots from Maison Margiela, Jennie is still attractive thanks to the tight shirt like a second skin from RUi.
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