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BLACKPINK’s Jennie’s first capsule collection with Calvin Klein is almost here – see campaign images


BLACKPINK singer Jennie Kim has been working with Calvin Klein since 2021, so it was only a matter of time before she teamed up with the American sportswear brand to create her first capsule collection. This capsule, which launches May 10, is packed with simple and polished wardrobe essentials you can mix and match spring and beyond.

Jennie’s first Calvin Klein capsule, which she’s already worn on her tours, includes everything you need to get through the week, with classic Calvin Klein comfort and casual chic: hoodies and sweatshirts, bodysuits and tank tops matching, denim, and the brand’s signature underwear, of course. The line comes in an understated color palette curated by Jennie: black and white, khaki, lilac and sea green.

Photo credit: Hong Jang Hyun. Courtesy of Calvin Klein.

“Collaborating with Calvin Klein on this capsule has been an exciting progression in our partnership,” Jennie said in a statement. “This collection reflects my everyday style and is based on many Calvin Klein essentials that have become staples in my wardrobe.” The line was informed by the musician’s personal style preferences, including a pastel lilac mini bodycon, a pale aqua green underwear set and 90s-style baggy jeans. “I wanted to put a personal touch on these pieces. , which you will see reflected in the fit, color palette and detailing. My aspiration for this collection is for everyone to feel as happy and confident in these pieces as I do.” This is the star’s first time collaborating with the brand, but we hope it won’t be the last; the drop feels personal to Jennie, but it’s versatile enough for any style, whether you love layering or prefer a minimalist approach.

Photo credit: Hong Jang Hyun. Courtesy of Calvin Klein.

Joanna Swanson

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