Do you want to dress like your favorite K-pop star? If you can't afford luxury outfits, here are fashion brands owned by idols that you might want to
Do you want to dress like your favorite K-pop star? If you can’t afford luxury outfits, here are fashion brands owned by idols that you might want to try! Here are 12 top K-pop idols and fashion icons who launched their own clothing brands!
12 K-pop Idols Who Owned Fashion Brands, Clothing Lines:
1. Privé – EXO Baekhyun
(Photo : Baekhyun Instagram)
In 2018, EXO Baekhyun announced his collaboration with Privé Alliance to open his own clothing line: Privé by BBH. Currently, he’s working as a co-director for the brand.
TXT Yeonjun is also the newest ambassador and guest creative director of Prové.
2. Say No More – T-ara Hyomin
(Photo : Hyomin (Instagram))
In 2021, Hyomin launched her clothing brand called, “Say No More.” The store offers outfits with simple and classic daily look vibes.
3. PEACEMINUSONE – BIGBANG G-Dragon
(Photo : GD Instagram)
Initially started as an art exhibition, G-Dragon’s personal style and creativity expanded to making his own streetwear brand, PEACEMINUSONE.
The male idol has several physical stores and branches around the world, including in Seoul, Miami, and London.
4. Blanc & Eclare – Former SNSD Jessica
(Photo : Jessica (Instagram))
In 2014, before leaving Girls’ Generation, Jessica established her fashion brand, Blanc & Eclare. It is a luxury brand that sells both clothes and eyewear, focusing on modern classics.
5. SKULL HONG – FT ISLAND Lee Hong Ki
(Photo : Hong Ki (Instagram))
Along with Jessica, FT ISLAND Lee Hong Ki also dropped his own fashion brand SKULL HONG in 2014.
As its name suggests, most of its designs are skull and human-related, caused by the fascination of the idols for skulls.
6. Celui Huru – SF9 Zuho
(Photo : Zuho (Instagram))
Celui Huru is a fashion brand owned by Zuho, an SF9 member. The brand is named after the idol’s two cats, Huru and Loui.
It is actually a popular brand among idols, worn by BLACKPINK Jennie, EXO Chanyeol, NCT Jaehyun and more.
7. Demebeta – Kangin
(Photo : Kangin (Instagram))
The former Super Junior members Kangin also owned a fashion brand named, Demebeta.
8. STAYDIUMLA – KARD BM
(Photo : BM (Instagram))
The clothing brand STAYDIUMLA was founded by KARD BM in 2019. Most of his collections were inspired by American streetwear.
9. TEAM WANG Design – GOT7 Jackson
(Photo : Jackson (Instagram))
When GOT7 Jackson established his brand TEAM WANG, he dedicated teams to music, production, and fashion.
Under this brand, the idol offers streetwear that flaunts various concepts, ranging from monochromatic themes to art-inspired styles.
10. Sugar Please – Apink Namjoo
(Photo : Namjoo (Instagram))
In 2019, Namjoo opened her clothing business, Sugar Please. It is a premium lifestyle brand that offers collections of hoodies, dresses, two-piece outfits, and more.
11. TEMPUS – Super Junior Donghae
(Photo : Donghae (Instagram))
Donghae and his family founded TEMPUS Studio in 2018. It is a trendy store that showcases products with bright graphic designs.
The family business also offers sportswear and loungewear.
12. RDVZ- U-KISS Kiseop
(Photo : Kiseop (Instagram))
Kiseop, a member of U-KISS, is the owner of the fashion brand Rendevous, stylized as RDVZ. It was launched in 2017, showing off collections of hip-hop-inspired clothes.