BLACKPINK set the stage on fire with their first online concert THE SHOW. They all had solo stages that showed off their music preferences, visuals, and of course, their unique fashion styles!
Check out the brands they used and how much they cost below!
First up, Jennie wore one of the most memorable outfits of the day. Her blouse from “SOLO” was a rose top from Mihano Momosa called “Top With Flower Detail.” It retails for €870,00 EUR or around $1,000 USD.
On her arms were DOLCE & GABBANA‘s “Floral Print Long Gloves” that completed her flower patterned theme. It’s definitely more expensive than your usual gloves at a surprising $545 USD!
She was as beautiful as a rose!
Next up, Jisoo had a more emotional performance with her rendition of “Habits (Stay High)” by Tove Lo. To accompany her music, she wore an ankle-length ensemble from HALEIA. She had on both the “Voluminous Organza Bustier” that can be bought from $758 to $834 and the “Voluminous Maxi Skirt” that retails for $2,466 to $2,712 USD.
She completed her look with Sugar Thrillz‘s “Somebody’s Angel Platform Heels.” It’s the most affordable item on this list at $70 USD!
Moving on, Lisa had a show-stopping performance with her cover of Doja Cat’s “Say So.” Her stage decorations and attire had elements that were inspired by jazz, such as her sequined dress from THEBLOND’s “RTW Fall 2017 Collection.”
Instead of heels, she wore Dr. Martens’ $155 USD “1460 Farrah Glitter Chunky Boot.”
She was stunning from top to toe!
Finally, though Rosé’s solo stage can’t be shared outside of those who watched the livestream, she had many other unique outfits throughout THE SHOW. One of them that was featured on her Instagram account was a short dress from For Love and Lemons called “Every Rose Strapless Dress.” It was cut on the waist to become a crop top and skirt ensemble, and it retails for $240 USD.
The highlight of her outfit was the HALEIA “Ruffled Detail Puff Sleeved Bustier” that ranges from $1,000 to $1,100 USD.
This isn’t the first time BLACKPINK showed off their individual styles through fashion. Even in The Late Late Show With James Corden, they wore different outfits despite them all following a black and white theme.