BLACKPINK recently wrapped two successful BORN PINK shows in Paris, which has become a home away from home for the fashion-forward pop stars.
While in Paris, the group’s concert attracted the first lady of France and some of the foremost figures in the fashion world, including members of the Chanel family, who provided BLACKPINK’s Jennie with a special custom-made outfit.
On the first night of BLACKPINK’s 45-show BORN PINK tour, Jennie surprised fans by unveiling a new unreleased solo song believed to be titled “You & Me.” The performance for the English language pop track slowly builds into a stunning dance accenting her and a male partner’s silhouette as they “dance in the moonlight.”
Fans were captivated by the sultry dance and the gorgeous outfits Jennie wore.
At each stop on their tour, Jennie debuts a new outfit for her solo stage. Each one has followed a similar design with a form-fitting crop top, hot pants, and a tied tulle skirt for a delicate, feminine ballerina-like style.
Jennie’s solo stage outfits have continued the idol’s streak of being a “sold-out queen,” causing the tops she wears to almost instantly become out of stock.
The BLACKPINK member’s latest outfit won’t be joining the “sold-out” trend, but not because fans don’t want it.
In a series of gorgeous Instagram photos, Jennie revealed that her latest stunning one-piece outfit was a one-of-a-kind custom piece from the French luxury fashion house Chanel.
Jennie posed confidently in the classy yet modern ensemble, showing off its intricate design.
The strapless frilly romper was accented with a silk ribbon bow to define the waistline and a delicate lace skirt and black evening gloves for an elegant touch, fit for the Chanel queen Jennie is.
Jennie and Chanel formed their iconic partnership shortly after BLACKPINK’s debut, with Jennie being named the brand’s ambassador in 2017.
Jennie’s caption on her Instagram photos thanked the legendary fashion brand for their “dream” design.
— BLACKPINK’s Jennie, @jennierubyjane/Instagram
The BLACKPINK member wore the custom outfit on both nights in Paris, and it fit her like a glove, continuing her reign as the “Human Chanel.”