For the pictorial with Dazed journal, Song Mino modeled numerous outfits from Louis Vuitton, together with clothes from the Louis Vuitton X NBA Collection.
The interviewer in contrast Song Mino to Virgil Abloh, the inventive director of Louis Vuitton’s menswear assortment, stating that they have been each like a one-of-a-kind theme park. When requested concerning the clothes he wore that day, Song Mino replied, “The jacket I wore in the first cut is cute, and so is the set with the monogram pattern and the set with the shorts and short sleeves as well. I just enjoyed all the looks from the Louis Vuitton X NBA Collection that I wore today.”
Regarding his concept of “expression,” Song Mino shared, “Honestly, there’s a time I’ve thought deeply about this. It’s something that can’t be helped, so not expressing yourself means you’re dead. No matter what form that is, regardless of whether it’s art, music, or whatever it is. Creating my thoughts and my feelings into something visual, into sound, and into a shape means that I’m alive. Another important thing is that there are people who watch and listen to the things I express. Fate. That’s my conclusion. Expression is my fate.”
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