If you’re hooked on Netflix’s latest K-drama thriller, then most probably you’re familiar as to how high the production is for Mine. If you’re a true fan of Lee Bo Young’s character Hee-soo, you would’ve noticed her graceful and confident aura only intensifies even when it’s time for bedtime.
We’re already halfway with the series (just six more episodes!), and we have yet to unravel the mystery murder within the chaebol family. Besides the constant adversary, heavy drama, and thrilling scenes, we’ve seen almost all the rich wardrobe and exquisite production design choices picked out for the cast of Mine. Remember the Hermès dinnerware? We can all agree that it doesn’t come as a shock for us to realize that each of them would be wearing designer threads. But how lavish can a costly price get especially if we’re just talking about sleeping in style?
FYI, Lee Bo Young’s pajamas spotted in the 9th episode of Mine are from Hermès, a renowned deluxe brand that offers premium fashion accessories. Most of their items are made with fine equestrian leather—a true indicator that once you own one product, you’re treated as superior. Her pajamas, however, were tagged as part of their Esprit Pyjama collection. The PJs were exclusively designed with a printed silk cloque and a short pocket lining in China crepe. Though from afar looks like a semi-formal jumpsuit, Bo Young pulls it off as the most luxurious looking pajamas we’ve ever seen on-screen so far.
On top of that, we also found the same elaborate silk bed cover Bo Young sleeps on. The set from Crown Goose, which is "created from a mutual reaction of reflected light from the translucent silk and it breaks the sense of depth and space and imbues noble sentiment. This delicate artistic effect derives elegant pleasure from a deep sleep effortlessly," boast the blue acrylic painting design as its finish that’s meant to feel like you’re a royal queen at the end of the day. Honestly, we’d be surprised if she didn’t get a proper beauty sleep with these on!
Check out the exact PJs and beddings she used in the drama below:
Esprit Pyjama set in Les Roues de Phaeton, KRW 2,810,000 (approximately P120,306),
Oblivion Edition Cover set in Oblivion Blue, KRW 20,000,000 (approximately P856,757),
CROWN GOOSE, crowngoose.com
With just a few weeks more until the series comes to an end, we’ll be on our toes not only for how the story will progresses but also for the sumptuous costume design we have yet to see!
Mine currently streams on Netflix with new episodes every Saturday and Sunday at 10 p.m.
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