BLACKPINK’s outfits never cease to surprise fans, either with their prices or genius design ideas.
On August 28th, BLACKPINK officially made an appearance on Inkigayo to promote their new pre-released single “PINK VENOM”, marking their return after a 2-year absence. Fans eagerly waited for another grand performance from the group and the unique outfits that impressed viewers and the audience.
For this stage, Jisoo drew attention for her two Cartier rings costing approximately 4.640 USD. She also wore a sleeveless top and pair of boots worth up to 657 USD and 589 USD, respectively. The outfit complemented the idol’s fitness greatly.
Jennie’s outfit coordination was also the talk of the town. She used a rose pin as a distinct touch to her outfit, one that was designed by Chanel with a price of 325 USD. The idol also used a 217-USD scarf as a makeshift dress.
On their Inkigayo stage on 28th June 2020, BLACKPINK reused one of their outfits for shooting the MV “How You Like That” and fans were blown away by the genius redesigning ideas of the group’s stylist. Rosé’s crop top was actually transformed from a 336-dollar worth pants, becoming a heated topic of discussion among fans on online communities.
On 5th July 2020, BLACKPINK made a milestone for putting on unique modernized hanbok outfits, one of the group’s legendary fashions. Those unique design ideas were from Jennie.
On 12th July 2020, BLACKPINK performed “How You Like That” for promotion on Inkigayo. The “tacky” original items were streamlined by the stylists to be more complementary on the idols. Rosé once again donned a off-shoulder top repurposed from a Marine Serre pants. Her outfit was the most expensive with a total of more than 3.000 USD.
Lisa’s and Rosé’s looks on their first solo stages were no less buzzworthy. Lisa wore a special outfit inspired by traditional Thai patterns, made solely from a scarf that cost merely 5.5 USD. Meanwhile, Rosé donned a strapless hot-pink dress from Alex Perry worth 5.215 USD.
BLACKPINK’s fashion on stage never disappoints, even after two years of absence from stage performances and appearances. Fans are eager for what the group and their stylists have in store for future performances and promotions.