Since all concerts worldwide have been put on hold because of COVID-19, music fans can only hope for new songs, music videos, and online concerts from their favorite artists to keep them entertained during the pandemic. That said, it was definitely a treat for BTS fans to watch their K-pop idols perform for the Japanese TV program CDTV last Monday, June 22. The group performed their latest Japanese single Stay Gold for the first time since the song dropped on June 19 on Spotify.
The septet is used to rocking designer ‘fits on the red carpet; they once wore Bottega Veneta to the 2020 Grammys and Prada for the 2019 Melon Music Awards, so it comes as no surprise that the band picked another luxury label for their most recent TV outing. Looking cool in shades of blue and purple (one of their members Kim Seok Jin even opted for a full lavender suit), all seven boys were immaculate in Dior Spring/Summer 2020 and Dior’s collab collection with streetwear designer Shawn Stussy.
Below, we break down each member’s look!
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Lavender shirt, jacket and trousers, price unavailable, all from DIOR, Solaire
Oversized shirt, JPY 75,900 (around P35,415), printed button-down, price unavailable, high-top Oblique sneaker, JPY 132,000 ( around P61,590), and silver bee pendant necklace, JPY 84,700 (around P39,520), all DIOR, Solaire
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Logo tee, JPY 68,200 (around P31,822), silk bomber jacket, JPY 275,000 (around P128,314), all DIOR, Solaire
Printed button-down, price unavailable, blue wool jacquard and silk jacket, JPY 297,000 (around P138,580), and silver bee brooch, JPY 50,600 (around P29,610), all from DIOR, Solaire
Their 'fits roughly totalled JPY 1,339,800 or approximately P625,149! Talk about expensive taste! Just days after the broadcats,Vogue Japan revealed their feature on the K-pop sensation (all seven of them wearing the latest collection from Prada, BTW) and we honestly can’t wait for the group’s next fashion foray!