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Blackpink Wears Custom Mugler, Chainmail Skirts and Paco Rabanne Mini Dresses at Coachella

See everything the group wore while performing during weekend two of the 2023 festival.

Blackpink in custom Mugler by Casey Cadwaller at Coachella weekend 2. 

Photo: Courtesy of Mugler

Blackpink was back in our area for Coachella weekend two, and as usual, the K-pop megastars delivered when it came to their performance fashion. For their performances during weekend one of the music festival, the foursome leaned into matching black-and-pink ensembles. During weekend two, they channeled a similar coordinated aesthetic through a variety of outfit changes. 

The group kicked off the second weekend of Coachella in monochromatic baby pink, crystal-adorned ensembles that were custom-designed by Casey Cadwallader for MuglerJennie‘s look featured an embroidered corset top, matching baggy jeans and gloves; Jisoo wore a sculpted top with pink crystal embellishment, a matching skirt and a pair of Jimmy Choo pink platform boots. Rosé sported a corset dress with pink crystal embroidery, while Lisa donned a crossed top with sheer fabric and pink crystal embroidery, along with matching cut-out trousers.

Jennie in custom Mugler at Coachella. Photo: Courtesy of Mugler

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During their individual performances, the Blackpink members each showed off their personal styles with brands both well-known and understated. 

Jennie performed her unreleased song “You and Me” in knee-high socks and a matching blue ensemble by Alessandra Rich, which included a flower-adorned silk halter crop top and matching hot pants. She finished the look by wearing her hair in sectioned braids tied with black satin bows. 

Jisoo took the stage next to sing her recent hit “Flower,” and wore a lilac tulle mini dress from London-based label Aadnevik’s Spring 2022 collection. The dress fittingly featured white floral appliqués outlining the chest and hip areas. 

Meanwhile, Rosé performed “On The Ground” in an oversized black fuzzy coat, which she layered over a Paco Rabanne minidress made out of interlaced clear sequins, typical of the label’s futuristic space-age style. The singer paired the look with some grounding lace-up Dr. Marten boots. 

Finally, Lisa performed “Money” in a glittering gold minidress featuring a crystal chainmail skirt, a metallic structured bodice and matching gold sequin gloves. She similarly finished off the look with a pair of lace-up platform-heeled boots. 

Jennie in Alessandra Rich at Coachella. Photo: Emma McIntyre/Getty Images for Coachella

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The group then came together for their final looks of the evening, once again unified in black-and silver-theme, wearing mix designs by Mugler and David Koma

Blackpink’s third and final on-stage outfits. 

Photo: Emma McIntyre/Getty Images for Coachella

Jisoo, Rosé and Lisa all wore custom David Koma (Rosé was in a sheer black dress with silver orchid embellishment, Lisa chose a chainmail skirt and fish hook halter top and Jisoo wore a silver tank top), while Jennie raised the temperature with a white Koma belted bra and midi skirt, paired with a Mugler cutout bodysuit.

Rosé wearing David Koma at Coachella. Photo: Emma McIntyre/Getty Images for Coachella

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