On September 17th, when BLACKPINK hit the stage for their highly anticipated concert in Seoul, all eyes were on Jisoo, not just for her great performance, but also for her eye-catching dress choices. Maria Grazia Chiuri, the creative force behind the prestigious fashion house DIOR, created stunning costumes for the occasion, emphasizing Jisoo’s inherent composure and stage presence.
Jisoo enthralled the audience wearing one of the evening’s highlight pieces, a black tulle skirt that struck a perfect combination of opacity and illumination, elevating the concept of haute couture to a feast for the eyes and soul. The translucent layers choreographed an intricate ballet of shadow and light, creating a living work of beauty with each movement.
Jisoo looks stunning in Dior at the concert in Seoul
Jisoo Wears Dior to Blackpink Concert in Embroidered Floral Top and Tulle Miniskirt. The K-pop sensation wore a floral-embellished blouse with a black tulle skirt. Maria Grazia Chiuri, the Italian brand’s creative director, created the look.
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Jisoo has been a Dior brand spokesperson since 2021. She has already worked with the business for many years. She has donned Dior gowns on red carpets and starred in brand campaigns. Jisoo and fellow Dior ambassador Anya Taylor-Joy, as well as artist Sharon Alexie. Both were unveiled in February 2022 as the faces of a new ad campaign for Dior Addict lipstick, which premiered in March 2023.
The tagline for Dior Addict’s 30-second video was “The new Shine lipstick”
Jisoo attended Dior’s first global display for the brand’s autumn 2022 collection in Seoul in April 2022. Not only was it Dior’s first fashion show in South Korea. But it was also the city’s first big event since the country reopened its borders to fully vaccinated travelers and tourists after being virtually closed for over two years due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dior maintains close links with several K-pop stars. The fashion label named BTS member Jimin as a global ambassador in January. BTS’s association with the French luxury label began in 2019 when Dior menswear designer Kim Jones created stage clothes for the group’s “Love Yourself: Speak Yourself” world tour.