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.
Jisoo’s feminine allure
Known for her elegance and sophisticated glamour, Jisoo kicked off the Born Pink tour ready to spice things up with vibrant colors and sexy silhouettes. For the opening night in Seoul, she sported a custom pink and red set from Miss Sohee embroidered with traditional Korean imagery.
For her solo performance, Jisoo set the stage ablaze in a red-hot custom dress with flowing ruffles from Vietnamese clothing brand Fancì Club. In Houston she repped the brand again, this time in a purple cutout dress with an asymmetric hemline and flirty ruffles. For Dallas she donned a tight, black Versace corset top with the house's characteristic gold embellishments and a blue tweed skirt from Alice + Olivia, a display of power and femininity that speaks to Jisoo's savoir faire style.
She's demure (like this Antonio Riva Milano floral dress she wore during her first performance of “Flower” in Thailand) yet confident (like this black baby-doll Elsie tiered minidress from Aje), gravitating toward pleated skirts, floral accents, and classic A-line silhouettes that highlight her feminine allure.
A global ambassador for Dior, the singer donned Dior in Paris, naturally.
While in Los Angeles for the finale encore stop of the Born Pink tour in the US, Jisoo revved up her wardrobe in this head-turning biker corset and miniskirt from Dion Lee.
Rosé’s eclectic rocker chic
Rosé's style is far from predictable. A mix of rock edge and bohemian flair, she often wears leather jackets, distressed denim, band T-shirts, and unique accessories. For the Born Pink tour, she elevated the LBD with statement pieces—like this cropped feather jacket from Ambush that she wore over a feather-trimmed crystal mini from Leslie Amon at Tokyo Dome, or the knee-high Dr. Martens she sported with a Saint Laurent patchwork biker jacket and ruched metallic dress.
For her solo performances of “Gone” and “On the Ground,” Rosé further leaned into the rocker-chic aesthetic in sleek all-black ensembles. (She loves a short mini and oversized jacket combo.) And when she did stray, she opted for a loud print—like the hand-beaded Vic dress from Clio Peppiatt, which featured a playful motif.
While it's true that no one rocks the color black like Rosé—she is one of Anthony Vaccarello's YSL muses, after all—she’s not afraid to adventure outside the box and experiment with textiles and color. But she does it her way, in earth tones. For example, take this asymmetric semisheer minidress from David Koma and this green and blue Shushu/Tong set. And let's not forget the custom cutout bustier YSL dress she wore in Paris.
Of course, an outfit wouldn't be complete for Blackpink's resident free spirit without her signature fringe motorcycle jacket.
Lisa’s va-va-voom playfulness
Confident and playful, Lisa needs a wardrobe that matches her fiery onstage persona: big, bold, and mesmerizing. So it's no surprise that her tour looks have ranged from custom bedazzled gold metallic corset dresses to skintight, midriff-baring racer tops and showstopping custom sequined sets adorned with feathers and beaded fringe. As the main dancer of Blackpink, it makes sense that Lisa would want clothing that moves as fluidly as she does onstage and accentuates her lithe body lines.
Lisa doesn't need audacious fashion to steal the spotlight; the clothes only add to her power—like the way this embellished metallic set from Kim Shui Studio glistened inside of Newark's Prudential Center and how this shimmering two-piece number from Paco Rabanne refracted light like a disco ball in Berlin. Wherever she goes, Lalisa shines.
At other times, Lisa opted for formfitting bodysuits and cropped shirts, pieces that highlight her effortless cool.
In Paris she embodied the spirit of modern French luxury in Celine, while in Asia she evoked the girly glamour of Barbie in two pink looks from Area—proof that when it comes to duality, there's no match for Lisa.
Originally Appeared on Glamour