BLACKPINK’s Rosé is a brand ambassador for a number of companies, including Tiffany & Co. and Saint Laurent, which only underlines how seriously she takes her style. She looks flawless in all areas, including red carpet events and airport appearances. Her debut single, On The Ground, from her debut album R, broke numerous records and became a huge hit. Although her singing in the song was outstanding, the jaw-dropping images in the music video captured our attention much more. BLACKPINK’s Rosé wore some of her most recognizable solo styles, with monochromatic dresses, sleek bodysuits and standout pieces.
The first scene of On The Ground features Rosé in a strapless dress designed by Australian fashion legend Alex Perry. The hot pink dress stole the show and BLINKs went crazy for it. Pink is not only BLACKPINK’s Rosé favorite color, but it suits it as well. She wore wedge boots that came to her mid-calf. This lavender ruffle dress from Jean Paul Gaultier’s Spring 2020 couture line was worn by BLACKPINK’s Rosé. It’s a one-piece bodysuit with a train, but it looks like a tailored dress. For a bolder appearance, she also draped a bomber jacket over it.
This white bodysuit, part of Bridal Kong’s line, showcases Rosé’s hair on BLACKPINK. The South Korean designer’s feathered dress paired with an equally alluring Haleia miniskirt gives the K-pop star an angelic allure. The scene is reminiscent of God Is A Woman, thanks to the flames crashing around her as she runs wearing this white angelic guise.
BLACKPINK’s Rosé wears a bodysuit from the Nguyen Cong Tri collection, a Vietnamese fashion designer. She completed her outfit by wearing it with a draped mini skirt and a long drape. The Gone singer finished the stunning look with peep toe heels. She conveys the message that “everything we need is already inside of us” with her smoldering eyes throughout the song’s video while wearing this outfit. Jacquemus’ hat is what instantly draws attention to this outfit. The two-piece suit, made even more stylish by the use of silver accents on the top, is complemented by BLACKPINK’s Le Chapeau Souk Straw Hat. The portrayal of a black and white contrast by this outfit can be interpreted as her present and former self, despite the fact that she hasn’t had enough screen time.
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