4 K-pop celebrities slaying Milan Fashion Week 2024

From bold denims to elegant dresses, we are totally crushing on these looks!

23 February, 2024
4 K-pop celebrities slaying Milan Fashion Week 2024

Milan Fashion Week 2024 has begun and K-pop idols are making a bold statement with their electrifying presence and show-stopping ensembles. From bold denims to elegant dresses, these stars are serving looks that are impossible to ignore.

Sharing the spotlight with MFW's magical showcases, these celebrities prove that their influence extends far beyond the stage as they set a standard for a vibrant new era in fashion.

Here are 4 K-Pop Celebrities who are slaying MFW 2024 so far. 

An Yu-jin

An Yu-jin, the lead of the K-Pop girl group Ive, turns heads with her new short haircut and a stunning yellow and beige dress from Fendi's S/S 2024 collection. She looks confident as she shows off her figure and embraces a sophisticated yet youthful style.

*Her hair looks gorgeous; I think I got the perfect sign to try a new hairstyle!*



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K-pop idol Hoshi from the band Seventeen is currently representing Diesel at Milan Fashion Week 2024. Hoshi brings his vibrant personality to the show, donning a head-to-toe denim look from Diesel, proving that denim can be a perfect combination of stylish and playful!



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Hwasa, a Korean rapper and singer, slays in Onitsuka Tiger. Known for her bold choices and unwavering confidence, she surprises us with a look that is both simple and captivating—a short black dress that hugs her curves. Timeless, right?



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Fendi's brand ambassador, Yuqi, who's a member of the K-Pop girl group (G)I-dle, attended Fendi's show at MFW in a chic red dress from the brand's S/S 2024 collection. She took a seat, front and centre, next to Fendi's CEO, Serge Brunschwig. 

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