BLACKPINK’s Jisoo And Rosé Turn Heads On Their Way To Paris Fashion Week—Here’s How Much It Costs To Dress Like Them
BLACKPINK‘s Jisoo and Rosé recently left South Korea on their way to France for Paris Fashion Week. They represented their respective luxury fashion brands: Dior and Cartier for the former and Saint Laurent and Tiffany & Co for the latter.
Check out exactly what they wore below!
First up, Jisoo has officially been named the global ambassador for Dior since March of this year after having worn their clothing and makeup for several years.
This time, she wore their $860 USD “J’adior 8 T-Shirt” under a $5,700 USD “Biker Jacket.” She also had on their “Large Caro Bag” that is sold for an eye-watering $4,900 USD.
She also had on their “Boyfriend Jeans” which retails for $1,350 USD.
Jisoo further rocked it in Dior ankle boots that cost even more than her jeans at $1,650 USD.
Finally, she finished off her look with Cartier jewelry. If you look closely, you’ll be able to see the $4,250 USD “Trinity Necklace” and $2,440 USD “Trinity Earring” that she sported.
In total, Jisoo wore clothing worth over $12,000 USD!
Next up, Rosé wore several different brands including an ALAIA “Cropped Cardigan” that costs €620 EUR or roughly $800 USD.
The highlight of her outfit was her Saint Laurent attire, particularly the “Single Breasted Jacket” from their Pre-Fall 2021 collection. Make it your own by spending $2,990 USD and maybe add the “Kaia Satchel” as well—if you can part with $1,850 USD for a bag alone.
Finally, as the global brand ambassador for jewelry brand Tiffany & Co, she made sure to wear their $1,900 USD “Ball Pendant” necklace. She had on at least $7,540 USD worth of clothing all in one go!
Wherever they are, Jisoo and Rosé are sure to turn heads!
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