Christian Dior Designer Takes Charge Of TVXQ Wardrobe

September 26, 2008 at 12:20 pm | Posted in Fashion, Music | 4 Comments
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TVXQ’s wardrobe has recently been the topic of conversation.

Along with the release of their title track ‘Spell (MIROTIC)’ Dong Bang Shin Gi also made public that the designer for their new wardrobe will be Chae Kyu In who is part of the John Galliano Design Team under Dior.

The concept of their new suits will be ‘metro sexual’ which the public got a glimpse of in the new music video and their mini concert on the 21st. Shedding their typical look, Chae Kyu In’s fresh new suits will transform each of the individual TVXQ members so as to blend in with their music and performances on stage.

Chae Kyu In has been working for John Galliano’s Design Team for Christian Dior and the John Galliano Collection for 4 years. John Galliano first established his own brand, ‘mammifères de luxe’ in 2007 and is set to release his 3rd collection in Paris in June of 2009.

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  1. o.o wow…

    + this is the first picture i’ve seen of jaejoong /smiling/ O>O

  2. it’s so cool
    the designer is proffesional~
    TVXQ so handsome hehe

  3. Really interesting~ ‘metro sexual’ probably isnt the best keyword to use, but it’ll be interesting to see what they’ll be wearing nonetheless.

  4. lol, i think its halarious! ‘metrosexual’. omg, thats too funny!! but they look good ^^


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