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[NEWS] Vogue: G-Dragon Borrows From the Girls and Wins at Chanel

4 Oct
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What does a true fashion innovator wear from Chanel? Anything he wants. When G-Dragon headed to the Grand Palais this morning to take in Karl Lagerfeld’s latest, he did so in an arresting piece from the label’s Fall 2017 women’s collection. Sporting a black bouclé sweater with a diamond pattern, the Korean pop superstar borrowed from the girls with ease. When paired with pearls and a floral lapel pin on the runway, the top was sweet, but G-Dragon’s remixed version added a fresh twist. Worn with one of the show’s memorable astronaut blouses, paint-spattered Dr. Martens, and a graffiti-covered version of the Gabrielle satchel, it made a dramatic statement.

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[PHOTOS] G-Dragon for PeaceMinusOne in Vogue

6 Oct

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[PHOTOS] G-Dragon for VogueME

31 Jul

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[PHOTOS] G-Dragon for VogueME

25 Jul

 

[PHOTOS] G-Dragon for Chinese Magazine Vogue Me (August 2016 Edition)

23 Jul

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[PHOTOS] G-Dragon for Vogue Korea

20 Jul

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[PHOTOS] More G-Dragon for Vogue Korea (January 2015)

7 Jan

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[PHOTOS] G-Dragon for Vogue Korea (January 2015)

16 Dec

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[MISC] Vogue: 8 K-Pop Artists You Should be Following on Instagram

29 Sep

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[NEWS] Italian Vogue Contributor “Impressed by GD’s Media Power”

18 Nov

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Italian Vogue contributor, Francesco Spampinato recently marveled at Big Bang member G-Dragon‘s “media power” through Twitter after receiving a huge response to his cover story on G-Dragon, where he praised G-Dragon for “his almost other-worldly charisma” that made him “the perfect pop star for the global society of the post-digital era.” He also went on to detail briefly G-Dragon’s journey as an artist from listening to the Wu-Tang Clan to having an influential hand in the evolution of K-Pop as it “metabolizes Western youth subcultures and borrows elements and symbols of rock-n-roll, punk, Goth, club culture and hip-hop.” You can read the rest of Spampinato’s cover story here on Italian Vogue’s website.

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