South Korean boy band Big Bang member G-Dragon has once again expressed his peculiar fashion sense as he posed for Vogue China's August issue.
Known to be one of Big Bang's "most stylish" members, G-Dragon went beyond the limits of style and sexual orientation in his latest cover for Vogue China, All KPop reported. Photographed by Peruvian fashion and portrait photographer Mario Testino, G-Dragon showed his cross-sexual traits.
The 27-year-old star wore a stylish white long sleeved top matched with black slacks, thick eyeliner and a plum matte lip color in one photo. On another shot, he was wearing a red Chinese outfit with a crown on his head together with supermodel Bella Hadid, the sister of American fashion model and television personality Gigi Hadid.
Aside from being the cover model of Vogue China, G-Dragon also posed for the magazine's South Korean division, which celebrating its 20th anniversary in the country. It was shot by Chanel's head designer and creative director Karl Lagerfeld.
Meanwhile, according to a report by Soompi, an album from the singer's male group Big Bang is also anticipated to be released in August for the group's 10th year in the entertainment scene. This statement was released by G-Dragon in an interview in March.
"Since it's our tenth anniversary this year, I think it will be a meaningful and important album for the five of us. Because of that, we're being more cautious and trying not to rush," said G-Dragon as quoted by Soompi.
Born as Kwon Ji-yong, G-Dragon is one of Korea's most popular performers along with his band mates
T.O.P, Taeyang, Daesung and Seungri. In 2009, over 200,000 of his debut solo album "Heartbreaker" was sold and has likewise won the Mnet Asian Music Awards' "Album of the Year."