The NewJeans Member Was Recently Invited To Visit Italian Fashion Brand MOSCHINO’s Women’s Pop-Up Shop, Which Opened On The 3rd Floor Of The Galleria Department Store In Apgujeong Dong, Gangnam-Gu, Seoul.
Hanni recently showed off clothes with cute teddy bear motifs but priced at exorbitant prices. The NewJeans member was recently invited to visit the Italian fashion brand’s women’s pop-up shop MOSCHINO, which opened on the 3rd floor of the Galleria Department Store in Apgujeong dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul .
On that occasion, Hanni appeared in a mini dress equipped with a chain pattern and a cute brown teddy bear image. The Australian born idol also exuded a bouncy and sporty look by wearing white biker shorts under her dress.
In addition, Hanni also created a comfortable and pleasant atmosphere by combining thick platform heels with ivory leg warmers. Her mini heart-shaped chain bag also adds a statement point to the overall outfit.
Lastly, Hanni let her long, waist-length hair flow down the middle, and added two cute golden teddy bear-shaped hairpins on each side, accentuating her innocent charm. The clothes Hani is wearing today are products from the MOSCHINO Autumn/Winter 2022 collection, whose total cost is over 5 million won.
In particular, the teddy bear mini dress she is wearing costs $1670 (approximately 2.34 million won), a heart bag for $1435 (approximately 2 million won), sandals for $195 (approximately 270,000 won), and a teddy bear hair clip for $255 (approximately approx. 360,000 won). win). Compared to the model who wore a dress with ankle boots, Hanni shortened the length of her mini dress, combining it with a biker short and platform sandals for a charming sporty look.
They recently wrapped up their debut promotional activities on August 28, after sweeping the top spots on several domestic and foreign charts and albums and creating a sensation on their debut. Hanni himself is a member of Vietnamese – Australian descent who was born in 2004 in Melbourne, Australia, and this year he is 17 years old. . . . . . . . . . . . . .