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K-Pop Actually Inspired the Fashion in 'To All the Boys I've Loved Before'

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K-Pop Actually Inspired the Fashion in 'To All the Boys I've Loved Before'
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Read all about the hottest fashion news here.

Here are all the fashion news you need to know:

1. The costumes from Netflix film To All the Boys I've Loved Before are inspired by K-Pop and the '90s.

"Lara Jean is this badass quirky awesome individual," says costume designer Rafaella Rabinovich in an interview with Fashionista. Her personality is also further underlined by her Korean heritage. Thus, Rafaella chose to pull inspiration from K-Pop, pages from the '90s issues of Vogue, and the Clinton era. They also worked with a particular color palette—magenta, cayenne, and yellow—to develop a certain mood for the film.

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2. Gigi Hadid is now a UNICEF celebrity ambassador.

Since revealing her plans for humanitarian work, model Gigi Hadid finally started her work with UNICEF. For her first outing as a celebrity ambassador, Gigi visited the Jamtoli Refugee Camp located in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh.

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3. It's easier to own a pair of Yeezys now.

Yeezys for all may become a reality sooner than you think. Kanye West has long voiced out its democratization. Adidas CEO Kasper Rorsted says in an inteview, "Kanye has repeatedly stated his aspiration to democratize the Yeezy brand. We share his aspiration and we are working hard to bring this vision to life. Watch out for more."

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4. Kylie Jenner gives a full tour of her bag closet.

You've seen snippets of Kylie Jenner's massive bag collection on Snapchat and Instagram. Now, the 21-year-old is ready to share with you a full tour of her purse closet. Can you guess how many Birkins she owns? Watch the video below and start counting!

5. This luxury goods boutique only exists in messaging apps.

“We very intentionally didn’t build a website for consumers, just as we haven’t built an app,” founder and CEO of ThreadsSophie Hill, explained in an interview. “The idea behind Threads is curation and convenience. It’s a customer-centric business and it’s built on chat because that is where the customers wanted to be and transact. And with this mindset, the London-based e-commerce startup has raised $20 million in funding to continue its business—giving utmost tailored shopping service via WeChat, WhatsApp, Snapchat, Instagram, and Apple’s iMessage. Threads is hinged on primary interaction with human shopping assitants—not AI.

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