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EXO’s Sehun Chosen As Vogue's Best Dressed Man At Paris Fashion Week 2017

By March 13, 2017 at 8:06 am
EXO's Sehun chosen as Best Dressed Man (Photo : Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images)

EXO member Sehun has been chosen as Vogue's Best Dressed Man at Paris Fashion Week 2017. His appearance at Louis Vuitton's latest Fall collection fashion show, at the Cour Marly in the Louvre Museum last Mar. 7, caught the eyes of top fashion figures.

Sehun wore a black leather bomb jacket with a printed shirt and gray dress pants. Vogue described his appearance at PFW 2017 as surprising since he went for an understated look.

"Though he's been known to waltz through airports in menswear looks direct from the runway and change his hair color to rainbow shades, his Vuitton moment was polished," Vogue wrote. The publication described his vibe as "simple, sexy, and perfect for a trip to the Louvre to sit in the front row."

He was also described as "the man with the best look" with "the most screaming fans." He was there alongside stars like Jaden Smith, Léa Seydoux, Jennifer Connelly, and Catherine Deneuve.

Meanwhile, EXO-CBX will be making their official Japanese debut by releasing a new mini album. They confirmed this during a live broadcast on Line, a popular messaging app, on Mar. 10.

The mini album will comprise of a brand new title track. They also explained that they were currently recording the rest of the album.

Moreover, EXO, along with BTS and TWICE, has been making 10 billion won each on merchandise sales alone. One example is French jewelry and fashion brand Agatha Paris' EXO-themed suitcase, which costs 350,000 won or 303 US and was immediately sold out upon arrival.

This is good news considering how the tension between South Korea and China has risen due to the U.S. THAAD missile system. The latter had previously barred K-pop groups from performing in the country and now it has targeted Lotte. First, it started with fines across the country and now some of its stores were closed down.

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