South Korea’s most sweltering K-pop icons and K-dramatization stars rule at style weeks, with Milan’s shows starting off with Jeon Somi and Tune Hye-kyo at Prada and Fendi, separately – and fans followed
The impact of Korean superstars can’t be overlooked, and more extravagance brands are scrambling to sign arrangements with large names like BTS – Jimin with Dior and Suga with Valentino and Blackpink 온라인슬롯
Milan’s catwalks might be the focal point of worldwide design this week, however Seoul and K-pop fans are up front in the fight for new extravagance clients. Outside Prada’s style show on Thursday, the greatest screeches of fervor came from fanatics of Jeon Somi, South Korea’s blonde artist with 16.6 million Instagram supporters. 안전놀이터
The crowds of pushing, shouting fans stressing for a perspective on their #1 K-pop or Korean film and TV stars are supposed to turn marching through main street for the length of Milan Design Week – highlighting the essential significance of the South Korean market to Italian style.
“I’ve been here since 11 AM to see Somi,” 20-year-old Italian fan Serena Danimarco told AFP. “I love her, her music, her look.”
She held up a sign perusing “Somi I’m so ‘Doofus’ for you,” a reference to the vocalist’s 2021 single. 바카라
Extravagance brands, whether situated in Milan, Paris, London or New York, have been eating up South Korean stars as brand diplomats, including at Bulgari, Chanel, Celine and Giorgio Armani.
Jimin, an individual from the top of the line K-pop teeny-bopper group BTS, turned into Dior’s most recent worldwide brand diplomat in January, while Valentino reported its cooperation with Suga – one more individual from the band that is on a transitory break – who designs a performance visit this spring.