You know what are goals? P-Pop groups getting the stamp of approval from fashion designers.
Nowadays, being an artist doesn’t just mean winning awards and smashing records. You have to break the mold and find your footing beyond the world of music. Take it from these P-Pop groups who’ve collaborated with notable fashion designers and brands. It’s been an exciting year so far with newcomers taking root and trying out different things that are far from the pattern that OPM’s used to. From BGYO for Privé by EXO’s Baekhyun, to BINI collaborating with Francis Libiran, it’s about time we recognize these P-Pop fashion collaborations.
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BGYO x PRIVÉ NEW YORK
P-Pop newcomers BGYO took the OPM scene by storm when they debuted early this year with their single, The Light. Hitting another major milestone not even a year since they debuted as a five-member group, they bagged Privé Alliance by EXO’s Baekhyun co-sign.
ALAMAT x KANDAMA COLLECTIVE
Eight-member P-Pop group, ALAMAT, has been making waves not only for the diversity of the members and rapping in different Filipino dialects, but also for their fashion choices. Their collaboration with Kandama Collective for the music video Kasmala was the perfect choice for a track that talks about colonialism.
SB19 x CHYNNA MAMAWAL
Phenomenal P-Pop group SB19 just loves to break records, beauty standards, and boundaries when it comes to fashion. Remember the days when they were just used to borrowing each other’s clothes for performances? They’ve come a long way, especially now that most designers want to dress them up. Case in point, their collaboration with their designer Chynna Mamawal.
BINI x FRANCIS LIBIRAN
It’s about time we pay attention to the fierce females of BINI (short for Binibini). They are indeed born to win with how they’ve been consistently getting out of their comfort zones and upping their style game. Showing their range, they’ve collaborated with internationally-acclaimed designer Francis Libiran for their recent concert meets runway show. They didn’t just box themselves in streetwear, but they were also in feminine frocks, different silhouettes of the Terno, and yes, even Francis’ utilitarian collection, Androgyny. These girls are the moment.
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