Here’s How Much It Costs To Dress Like NCT DREAM For Their Comeback “Hot Sauce”

They’re dressed head-to-toe in CELINE!

NCT DREAM is finally back! Their first full studio album Hot Sauce is set to be released on May 10, 2021, just in time for summer. The group has been teasing with some spicy concept photos that feature the members dressed in pieces from French luxury brand CELINE‘s Spring/Summer 2021 menswear collection “The Dancing Kid.”

The designer collection is inspired by trendy sub-cultures of youth today. Designer Hedi Slimane described the newly released collection for CELINE as “spanning E boys and current skate culture” and “a candid portrait of a generation that took advantage of the confinement to assert itself and emancipate itself creatively.”

If you’re excited about NCT DREAM’s comeback and want to be ready for the premiere of the “Hot Sauce” music video, check out how much it would cost to match your bias below:

1. Mark

Mark wore the nearly $600 USD logo print tie-dye T-shirt, a popular item among all idols right now. With the matching mirror-studded sweatpants, it totals $2,335 USD. This doesn’t include the leather vest nor accessories.

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The padlock silver chain from CELINE alone is $1,350 USD.


2. Renjun

Renjun wore a layered look of a T-shirt with the studded CELINE logo hoodie, which costs $790 USD. On top of that, he wore the satin “Teddy Jacket Souvenir” with Autobahn artwork print which is part of a collaboration with artist Tyson Reeder. With the $2,750 USD jacket, Renjun’s outfit totals $3,540 USD, not including pants, shoes, or accessories.

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3. Jeno

Jeno wore washed denim jeans with ripped knees for $770 USD. His loose T-shirt and raglan jacket are both featured items of “The Dancing Kid” collection. They are $375 USD and $6,400 USD, respectively. One of the most affordable pieces from CELINE is the tennis wristband for $110 USD. The outfit totals $7,655 USD.

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4. Haechan

Haechan is in CELINE head-to-toe with even $125 USD tie-dye socks and $760 USD red, white, and blue sneakers. Also part of the Tyson Reeder collaboration is the tropical shorts which are $690 USD. The wool cardigan, which was previously worn by Taeyong in SuperM‘s “We DO” music video, costs $1,050 USD.

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Haechan is one of the few to wear some pieces that are not from CELINE. His “Lover” T-shirt from Bianca Chandon is affordable comparatively speaking as it’s $80 USD. His accessories include a $1,150 USD CELINE necklace and a $350 USD lamb earring from Balenciaga. His outfit totals $4,205 USD.

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5. Chenle

Chenle wore a velvet jersey sweatshirt for $1,050 USD with a sporty $490 USD T-shirt, giving him an athletic look. He also wore ripped and washed jeans, which totals the outfit to $2,310 USD.

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6. Jaemin

Jaemin’s outfit consists of a few pieces from CELINE’s “The Dancing Kid” collection, including an embroidered cardigan made of wool for $2,450 USD, an $890 USD checkered button-up, and a necklace for $590 USD. To complete the look, he wore a pair of blue and white Vans which usually cost around $92 USD. The outfit totals approximately $4,022 USD, not including his T-shirt and rings.

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7. Jisung

Jisung wore a predominantly yellow and brown outfit from CELINE, complementing his purple hair. His starry cardigan costs $2,450 USD. The Hawaiian shirt with carnivorous flower print costs $1,050 USD. The $970 USD skate pants total the look to $4,470 USD.

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