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It's time to show off those unworn online purchases!
We're sure you've binge-watched quite a few K-dramas during your years of staying and working from home. And now that the country is opening up, it's finally your chance to emulate your favorite K-drama characters' outfits IRL!We know you're all itching to
Add "fashion inspo" to her long list of credentials!
We all know (and love) Park Shin Hye as a leading lady, but there's definitely more to the 31-year-old K-drama actress than her work on screen. She's also a singer, a humanitarian, and soon, a wife to fellow actor Choi Tae Joon.On top of all
Another fashion-savvy leading lady to add to your list of faves!
Two years after her last k-drama, Song Hye Kyo is officially back onscreen with Now We Are Breaking Up, a romance series that premiered on November 12. She plays the ambitious Ha Young-eun, a fashion designer who puts love on the backburner to
All of them are serving looks!
On TikTok, it’s refreshing to see different ages and generations take part in trends and just having fun in general. Last week, we discovered 68-year-old fashion creator Dada Tabuzo proudly showcasing his youthful OOTDs on TikTok. Now, a group of fashionable Korean grandpas are
The assignment is to look good and put on your "best face"—here are outfits that will help you ace it!
Korean culture has permeated so deep into every aspect of our lives that it’s practically inescapable. Our Spotify playlists and Netflix queues have caught the K-fever, with no language barrier capable of stopping us from perpetually tuning in. The K-wave has also breached
Meet your newest style peg.
Squid Game wouldn't be the same without the moody Kang Sae-byeok, played by Jung Ho Yeon—the 27-year-old actress and fashion model has a smoldering gaze and high-impact aura that captures your attention immediately. By now, you probably know she enjoyed an illustrious
Now that's one expensive OOTD to do household chores in. LOL!
The ambitious dentist Yoon Hye-jin, Shin Min Ah's character in Hometown Cha-Cha-Cha, is swiftly climbing up the ranks of our most designer-loving K-drama leading ladies. (Her peers include the likes of Yoon Se-ri from Crash Landing on You, Ko Mun-yeong from It's Okay
We guess you could say that Yoon Hye-jin made quite the splurge!
Yup, Hometown Chachacha is officially our newest source of sartorial delight. Episode 3 in particular tapped our fashion-loving veins and anyone who's up-to-date on the show should know exactly why!The third episode kicks off with the strong-willed dentist Yoon Hye-jin (played by
It's the same shoes Hong Du-sik gave back to her on the beach in Episode 1!
With two episodes already released on Netflix, Hometown ChaChaCha quickly topped the ratings in South Korea. Since we are currently on our toes to see what happens next to the "Dimple Couple," we actually saw the interesting dynamic between the two leads right
This K-drama leading lady is obviously a fan of designer brands, particularly Hermes and Roger Vivier!
If you’re a true fan of Shin Min Ah, you’ve probably watched the very first episode of Netflix’s new K-drama series Hometown ChaChaCha as soon as it dropped over the weekend. But in case you’re out of the loop, she plays a
Here’s everything you need to know about nailing a Korean-inspired ‘fit.
There’s no denying Korean fashion has become a global phenomenon over the past few years. Blame it on the rise of K-dramas and K-pop (thanks to social media, streaming services, or that fangirl friend who can’t help but share her obsessions), but
Can you guess which items are on the list?
It's hard to resist the allure of casual Korean fashion. Part of its magic lies in the fact that it's subtle and non-gauche, yet so distinct and instantly recognizable at the same time. Its ubiquity likely comes from the fact that K-style
Versatile and comfy.
We’re not the only ones happy about the “oversized” movement, right? The silhouette du jour has changed from formfitting bodycon frocks to a more relaxed and casual ‘fit on the roomy side of the style equation. One of the closet staples that
Trust us, you can't go wrong with these.
There's no doubt South Korea is a leader when it comes to dictating beauty trends—remember when the 10-step skincare routine, gradient lips, and "glass skin" were all the rage? Their influence in music is also undeniable, with the popularity of groups like
It's the new minimalist It bag to sport this 2021.
Let’s be honest: Baguette bags are having a big moment right now. However, as much as we love carrying our small, streamlined bag everywhere we go, we can’t help but also long for the roomier hobo style update that we’ve been seeing
Need some outfit inspo?
When you scroll through Jennie Kim of BLACKPINK's Instagram, you'll notice that she has an affinity for fierce stage outfits. On days when she gets to rest, the 25-year-old main rapper and lead vocalist prefers to go for more casual pieces, but
The model-turned-actress is a style icon in the making.
29-year-old actress Kim Yong Ji has an elegant face worthy of beauty campaigns. It has a sophisticated and foxy quality that made her magnetic in The King: Eternal Monarch, and it's these same features that are also perfect as a gumiho in
It's hands-down the coolest hair color everyone should try.
BTS is experiencing a new high with their Billboard number one single "Dynamite". The all-English track is currently at number two on the charts after two consecutive weeks at number one—another record-breaking feat. But other than "Dynamite" being a musical hit, the
Her edgy style definitely complements Hedi Slimane's vision for the brand.
K-pop stars are undeniably bankable endorsers when it comes to fashion. These world famous acts are not afraid to experiment with emerging fashion trends and are oftentimes trendsetters in their own right. That said, it’s no surprise that Celine’s Creative Director Hedi
These Korean actors and K-pop stars are conquering the fashion world.
A celebrity endorser can either make or break a brand. Who endorses what and when isn't a very simple equation, and brands carefully take time to pick their ambassadors. So for luxury brands, the process of selecting an endorser is even more