By now, the members of BLACKPINK have the fashion industry in a chokehold.

If you've been on the internet, you'll know that the K-pop fandom is one of the biggest and loudest online, and when it comes to BLACKPINK, brands have figured out how to harness the energy and excitement felt by fans to create fun campaigns starring each of the members.

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Jisoo has been an ambassador for Dior for a while now, frequently starring in the label's beauty campaigns and attending its fashion shows in Paris and across the world.

For Spring/Summer 2022, she fronts the campaign wearing Maria Grazia Chiuri's designs, which include a yellow skirt with a matching blazer, paired with a Lady Dior bag, as well as a quilted vest, a strappy little black dress, and more.

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The other members of BLACKPINK are also making it big in the luxury world. Lisa is fronting campaigns for CELINE, Rosé for Saint Laurent, and Jennie for Chanel as well as Gentle Monster, whom she recently collaborated with.

With a BLACKPINK comeback on the horizon, the hype surrounding the group's members is only going to grow. Their latest album, The Album, was released in 2020, and fans are already desperate for new music and more collaborations.

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The BLACKPINK effect is certainly not lost on the fashion industry, and we're expecting to see plenty more from Jisoo at Dior.

The Spring/Summer 2022 collection is currently available to purchase both online as well as in-store at Dior.

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