A T-shirt model is making BLACKPINK fans angry because Jennie’s image is no different from a photo in memory of the deceased.
According to Hype Beast, a street fashion magazine called Jenkem has announced white t-shirts inspired by the image of the BLACKPINK member. Notably, Jennie’s shirt design is a white shirt design with a picture of Jennie wearing a black and white uniform, below it is printed the words Jen Kim “Yes, like the magazine” (rough translation: Yes, I like magazines). This shirt is sold for 30 USD.
Thanks to the charm of BLACKPINK, the shirt quickly sold out as soon as it was opened for sale. However, besides the commercial success, the magazine also encountered criticism from fans. Many people think that Jennie’s photo looks too scary, looks no different…
The rest think that this shirt is too simple and completely unfashionable, the shirt is sold out because it “follows” the influence of BLACKPINK, but it has no aesthetic value in itself.
Account @sevisablink shared: “The shirt is too ordinary, 30 USD for this shirt, unbelievable. The quality of Jennie’s print is also too simple. I will boycott this magazine.”
Before Jenkem, H&M also launched a collection of T-shirts, croptops, skirts, hoodies and accessories such as bags, necklaces, and beret hats printed with BLACKPINK. The main colors of this collection are pink and black. It is known that this collection is not released to the public but is only sold in certain locations in Thailand, Korea, Germany and the UK. However, thanks to the charm of BLACKPINK, the BST still sold out quickly.
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