Blackpink’s Jennie and Stray Kids dazzle at Met Gala 2024

K-pop boy band Stray Kids also made history as the first full K-pop boy band to have attended the MET Gala this year.

Avier Tan

| May 9, 2024
Stray Kids
Stray Kids wearing custom Tommy Hilfiger at the 2024 MET Gala. Photo: Press

It’s the first Monday of May. And you know what that means.

These few days, our social media feeds have seen their share of celebrities at the annual MET Gala. This year, the dress code for the fashion extravaganza was “Garden of Time”, based on the Costume Institute’s exhibit Sleeping Beauties: Reawakening Fashion.

On Monday, the K-pop stars on the red carpet were none other than boy band Stray Kids, and Blackpink’s Jennie.

Blackpink’s Jennie

This year, the K-pop idol’s outfit contrasted greatly with her gown last year. Jennie opted for a striking blue dress by Parisian fashion Maison, Alaïa.

Custom-made for her, the ruched minidress was inspired by the house’s Fall/Winter 2024 collection.

To complete her look, she paired the fit with heels in a matching blue shade, with a pearl belt around her waist.


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Stray Kids

It’s no surprise that the lads of Stray Kids have done it once again.

They are currently the first-ever complete K-pop boy band to have attended the MET Gala together.

The group, composed of members Bang Chan, Lee Know, Changbin, Hyunjin, Han, Felix, Seungmin, and I.N., was dressed in custom Tommy Hilfiger.

The global brand ambassadors first arrived in long dark blue coats, with a sense of mystery and anticipation.

It was only after the first photo session that the members took off their outercoats to reveal their final outfits. Much akin to Lady Gaga’s 2019 MET Gala appearance where she changed her wardrobe on the red carpet itself.


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While not as dramatic, the lads revealed their final outfits after they walked a portion of the red carpet. A good mix of red, blue and white on the members, it accurately portrayed the brand’s classic DNA and ethos.


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