Netflix‘s K-drama ‘Celebrity’ blurs the line between revenge and justice in a cautionary tale of the seedy underbelly of influencer culture and social media fame. The psychological thriller stars Park Gyu-Young in the role of the titular celebrity Seo A-Ri.
Park Gyu-Young as the famous rags-to-riches influencer Seo A-Ri is addictive to watch on screen, and so is the excellent fashion she manifests. Well, let’s take a look at some of the most memorable outfits from the first half of the drama.
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Park Gyu-Young’s Fashion in the K-Drama ‘Celebrity’ Episodes 1-6
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In the first episode, we see a casually dressed Gyu-Young in a short-sleeved ‘Little Angel’ T-shirt from RE/DONE, a beige cardigan, and high-rise jeans.
By episode 2, we get a glimpse of Gyu-Young in a brown logo bomber jacket from Rest&Recreation for a look that is simultaneously vintage and current.
Gyu-Young rocked a double denim look in episode 3 by pairing an azure trucker jacket with a matching mini skirt, both from HELMUT LANG. Her arrow-point white T-shirt from Rest&Recreation rendered a nice color balance to the outfit.
This beige jacket from Grove goes well with her eggshell turtleneck.
Gyu-Young looked utterly glamorous in a predominantly red, multi-colored wool zipped midi dress from Alexander McQueen.
In a seemingly incognito look from episode 4, she wore a dark green varsity jacket from Marithe Francois Girbaud with grey sweatpants and a blue baseball cap.
Her stylish yellow plaid jacket in this scene is from ISABEL MARANT ETOILE.
Gyu-Young’s dramatic black zipped A-line pleated dress from Alexander McQueen was one of the fashion highlights of the episode.
Contrasting her earlier outfit, she showcased a delicately feminine look in a baby pink bow-embellished tweed mini dress from AREA.
Gyu-Young also wore a red and white stripe cropped sweater from PLAN C.
Next up, she combined a white logo short tank top from Rest&Recreation with a blue houndstooth-print flared skirt from SANDRO for a cute outfit.
Gyu-Young’s purple long-sleeve button-up shirt from VALENTINO from episode 5 is hauntingly vivid.
Her new cardigan and denim ensemble features a floral shirt from ISABEL MARANT.
Gyu-Young looked cozy in a multicolor wool knit cardigan, also from ISABEL MARANT ÉTOILE.
In episode 6, she completed her semi-formal look with a pair of smart leather loafers from TOD’S.
Read more about the fashion in the Korean drama ‘Celebrity’ here.
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