BlackPink's Rosé on Style, Family, and Turning out to be Tiffany and Co's. Freshest Minister

 As the world's head young lady bunch, BlackPink has impacted patterns since its initiation. This year, be that as it may, their effect on the design world has gotten certain. With each of the four individuals filling in as agents for 

luxury houses, and the release of style-filled productions like their binge-watch-worthy Netflix documentary, Light Up the Sky, they’ve asserted themselves as fashion power players. 

Each of the band’s beauties has her own take on fashion, but even alongside her well-dressed peers

Rosé stands out.

Today, she adds another glamorous milestone to her 2021: becoming a global ambassador for 

This morning’s announcement adds her to a list that has included A-listers like Lupita Nyong’o, Elle Fanning, and Chinese actor-musician Jackson Yee. As the face of the brand’s “HardWear” digital campaign, Rosé wears the collection’s sleek 18K gold gauge link necklaces and pavé diamonds with grace in the images. 
A fan of the line since her school days at an all-girls academy in Melbourne, Rosé found that shooting the ads was a full-circle moment. “I’ve worn Tiffany jewelry since I was in high school,” she shared via email.

 “To be a part of such an iconic brand that has been a part of my life for a long time makes it that much more special to me. I’m very honored and excited.” Tiffany’s classic glamour made Rosé think back to a personal style icon: her mom.

“I still remember when she used to work full time back in New Zealand. How she would dress up in the chicest black fitted blazer and pencil skirt,” she says.