His three-piece look felt true to the living, three-dimensional dreamscape of an aesthetic that the guest designer Colm Dillane (otherwise known as KidSuper) is known for. It featured an array of burgundy hues mixed with subtle pops of ultra-violet hues that all came together to form collaged faces throughout.
The suit ensemble was made from what appears to be denim and suede, embossed with the Louis Vuitton monogram. It also appeared to be a custom colorway, plus a zip-up version of a button-up shown on the runway.
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The rapper topped off the unique outfit with platform sneakers that matched the burgundy color scheme, as well as a gemstone necklace draped over his matching crepe button-up.
This was J-Hope’s first Louis Vuitton show, which the artist shared in a video posted on the brand’s Instagram account. In addition to his solo work, he is one of the seven members of BTS who were at one point official Louis Vuitton ambassadors. (Recently they have been inking is about luxury houses as individuals.)
If J-Hope didn’t already have a face card that never turns down, the several other faces on his outfit certainly helped boost his credibility.