BTS’s Jimin And A Hot Runway Model Wore The Same Vampire Prince Outfit In Totally Different Ways

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If BTS‘s Jimin hadn’t chosen K-Pop, he might have had a successful career in fashion. In every photoshoot, Jimin radiates charisma…

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…and puts his own personal spin on the luxury clothing he models. In short, he is the main focal point; the clothes are secondary.

Runway models, on the other hand, have a different job to do. It’s up to them to draw all eyes to the clothing they’re modeling in front of a live audience.

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American model Lucky Blue Smith began modeling at the age of 10. Since then, the ’98-liner has appeared on magazine covers and walked the runway for over a dozen luxury brands, including Balmain, Fendi, Chanel, Ralph Lauren, and Versace.

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One of his most memorable outfits was this ensemble from Balmain’s 2016 Fall Menswear collection. Lucky Blue Smith brought a glam-rock vampire aesthetic to the runway with this mix of textures and aristocratic prints.

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This outfit became an iconic part of BTS’s 2016 “Blood, Sweat & Tears” era, thanks to Jimin and the group’s stylists. To this day, this outfit is one of the first that comes to mind when ARMYs think of Jimin’s “prince” looks.

Jimin’s icy, gray hair and light contacts perfectly complemented the blazer’s embroidery and the earrings he wore for BTS’s Dispatch photoshoot. Lucky Blue Smith’s look was all about sharp lines and plain hems, but Jimin’s stylist soften the look with ruffled trim around Jimin’s collar.

By forgoing the blazer, Jimin shifted from a dark prince to the CEO vampire we’re dying to see in a K-Drama.

Check out more of Jimin’s best looks here.

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