At New York Fashion Week, K-Pop Idols have dominated. The show attracts the hottest celebrities from across the world each season. This time, K-Pop is responsible for much of the hype around the event. Everyone is aware of their obsession. They all made the long trip from South Korea to attend the fashion show.
After reaching they are making headlines, made some achievements, and the most important part was there looks. Many stars like NCT Dream’s Jeno, Twice’s Dahyun, Red Velvet’s Seulgi and ikon’s DK had attended the Fashion week’s latest edition. They have made their presence by leading catwalk to making waves with their looks.
The event took place in New York from September 9 to 14. American designer Peter Do’s was collaborating with SM Entertainment for the brand collaboration. Jeno from NCT mega group was sitting in front of the row at Vogue World. Fellow mate Seulgi of Red Velvet was also there at the show who sat at front of the row.
She was wearing an black look which was featuring an asymmetrical skirt with pleating, belt at the waist, and paired up with an designer’s boots. Dk who was an iKON member also made his debut in the fashion week. He was supporting the Concept of Korea. The designer was also from South Korea. Already these stars have made their debut in NYFW in the past with the concept of Korea.
K-Pop Idol Jeno become the first star to open a New York Fashion Week
Jeno will be the first K-Pop ever to start off a Runway show. He made his debut by wearing a black suit with cut-outs and boots. The star has also joined the trainee program which was by SM Rookies Shohei and Eunseok members of the company. Both of them have made their debut where Shohei wore a button down draped around the waist and Eunseok walked in a collarless dress shirt with a cape. On the final day TWICE’s Dahyun made her appearance at the show. She had not walk for any runways. But she attended the show on September 14 wearing a bodycon dress with a shoulder neck and cutout at her right on trend. Read more Harnaaz Sandhu samsh the New York Fashion Week