Ballerific Fashion: Dior Announces 'BTS' Member Jimin As New Brand Ambassador
Jimin x Dior Credit: Dior

Ballerific Fashion: Dior Announces ‘BTS’ Member Jimin As New Brand Ambassador

Though South Korean musical group BTS is on pause right now, it doesn’t mean their individual paths are stopping any time soon.

Dior has officially signed one of the most famous K-pop singers, Jimin.

Jimin is the latest brand ambassador to join the luxury French fashion house. He has worked with the luxe brand in the past.

On Monday, Dior took to Twitter to announce the news.

The House is thrilled to unveil our new global ambassador, JIMIN from @BTS_BigHit! Pictured here in a colorful look from #DiorSummer23, the singer is now lending his image to creations from Artistic Director of Dior men’s collections, Kim Jones.”

And it looks like Jimin already has some looks featuring Kim Jones. Kim Jones actually designed stage outfits for the Love Yourself: Speak Yourself world tour.

Jimin is a part of BTS along with six other members, including RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, V, and Jungkoo. The group previously worked with Louis Vuitton in 2021.

The group recently announced it would take a break to focus on solo projects and serve in the mandatory military service in South Korea.

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Caché Roberts
Hi, I am a recent graduate at Miami University '21 with a true passion for storytelling in entertainment and celebrities' stories! I love shopping and eating out with friends and family during my free time!

About Caché Roberts

Hi, I am a recent graduate at Miami University '21 with a true passion for storytelling in entertainment and celebrities' stories! I love shopping and eating out with friends and family during my free time!

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