The phrase “Blackpink in your area” has taken on a more literal meaning for the past year as the history-making Korean girl group embarked on their Born Pink world tour. Spanning more than 60 dates across 22 countries and four continents, the Born Pink world tour isn’t just a testament to Blackpink’s global popularity—it’s also a reminder of the fashion dominance of Jennie, Jisoo, Rosé, and Lisa and their unrelenting commitment to serving looks.
From ’fits dreamed up by the group’s stylist, Minhee Park, to custom designer pieces, the Born Pink tour delivered plenty of memorable fashion moments. Each member of the fabulous foursome currently holds an exclusive fashion contract with a luxury brand—Jennie is a Chanel muse; Jisoo is the face of Dior; Rosé is signed with Yves Saint Laurent; and Lisa is Celine’s global ambassador—making them the most powerful girl group in the global fashion market.
With the final dates of the tour scheduled for September 16 and 17 in Seoul’s Gocheok Sky Dome, we’re looking back at some of Blackpink’s best tour looks.
Jennie’s soft, delicate balletcore
Jennie’s no stranger to trends, and her tour ensembles have been “en pointe,” especially while performing her coquettish solo number, “You & Me.” Embracing balletcore, the singer has opted for soft and ultra-feminine looks in an array of colors, mixing delicate textures like tulle, silk, lace, and chiffon while incorporating the signatures of the aesthetic: dainty bows, wrap skirts, and knit leg warmers. She added a bit of sparkle with a pair of diamanté Mary Janes.
In Copenhagen she wore a draped silk blouse from Vivienne Westwood with a navy tulle mini; in Barcelona she stepped out in a pink floral halter top from Magda Butrym; in Hong Kong she kept things monochrome in a bow-knot hand-beaded camisole from Nodress and white lace sleeves adorned with black velvet bows; and in Los Angeles, for the final stop in the US, she dazzled in the Atelier Biser Sakura feather dress.
She’s sported corset tops from Urban Outfitters and repped cult brands like Oori Ott, Simone Rocha, Miss Sohee—and, of course, custom Chanel. Jennie has been an ambassador of the French maison since 2017, earning the name “the human Chanel” from fans. Her head-to-toe Chanel looks in Paris also featured the house’s iconic white camellia flower.