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BTS x Louis Vuitton: How to watch Bangtan on the catwalk for Fall-Winter fashion show

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BTS star Jungkook, and THAT piercing, will be in Louis Vuitton show (Picture: Twitter)

BTS are going to do a little turn on the catwalk for Louis Vuitton’s Fall-Winter 2021 fashion in an appearance that will be smooth like butter.

The Fake Love stars, who hail from South Korea, teamed up with LV in April this year to become the ambassadors for the luxury brand.

BTS, made up of RM, Jin, Jimin, Jungkook, V, J-Hope and Suga, looked cha-ching like money in a trailer teasing their appearance decked out in designs by Virgil Abloh.

The fashion show will take place in Seoul, South Korea later this week.

Following the announcement, BTS’ fans ARMY have been chomping at the bit to see the guys leave other models jobless.

Here’s how to watch them in action for Louis Vuitton.


When is the Louis Vuitton Seoul show?

The Louis Vuitton Men’s Fall-Winter 2021 show, starring BTS, will take place on July 7.

You can tune in live from 7pm KST – that’s 11am BST in the UK – on Louis Vuitton’s official Twitter account or on their website here.

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V doing his thing (Picture: Twitter)
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Yes to everything we’re seeing here (Picture: Twitter)
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Whoever chose this hair colour for Suga – we approve (Picture: Twitter)

Will BTS perform?

It is not known if BTS will perform during the show, but we’d love to see them strut their stuff to one of their peppier tracks such as Dynamite, On, Home or IDOL. Or maybe a suited and booted rapline modelling to Ddaeng. We can dream.

The septet are set to release English-language single Butter on CD alongside a brand new track to celebrate the day ARMY officially got their name.

BTS’ label Big Hit Music said the song ‘will make your heart beat to the rhythm of BTS’ positive energy’. Bring it on.


Credit: Original article published here.

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