Blackpink’s Rosé Wore Dress By Vietnamese Designer Cong Tri In “Gone” MV, He’s Also Dressed Rihanna & Beyonce

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BLACKPINK’s Rosé wore dress by Vietnamese designer


BLACKPINK is one of the most influential K-pop bands right now with millions of fans around the world. It comes as no surprise, then, that the solo MV “Gone” from its member Rosé instantly became a massive hit, racking in 19 million views on YouTube just 2 days after its premiere.

Vietnamese fans are especially delighted, as many have realized that the dress Rosé wore in the MV was actually made by a Vietnamese designer.


Designer Nguyễn Công Trí has also dressed several other celebrities


ROSÉ - 'Gone' M/V
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ROSÉ - 'Gone' M/V

Video credit: BLACKPINK

During a large part of the MV “Gone”, Rosé is seen wearing a gorgeous high-low dress with a long train decorated with layers of colorful feathers.

The dress is the work of famous Vietnamese designer Nguyễn Công Trí from Cong Tri Design. Previously, the same design was worn by Swedish model Elsa Hosk during New York Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2020.


The same dress worn by Rosé in “Gone” was worn by Swedish model Elsa Hosk during the New York Fashion Week Spring 2020
Image adapted from BLACKPINK and Nguyễn Công Trí

This isn’t the first time Rosé has appeared in one of Cong Tri’s dresses either. The K-pop star’s white bodysuit with a gorgeous long cape that she wore in her previous solo MV “On The Ground” also came from the same designer.


The dress Rosé wore in her “On The Ground” MV was also Cong Tri’s work

Image credit: BLACKPINK

Born in 1978 in Danang and currently living in Saigon, Nguyễn Công Trí is a famous Vietnamese fashion designer known for having provided dresses for several international celebrities including Beyoncé, Katy Perry, Rihanna, and more.

rihanna in Nguyễn Công Trí dress
Rihanna in a Cong Tri Design dress
Image credit: Nguyễn Công Trí


Vietnamese designer provides dresses for BLACKPINK’s Rosé


For many fans of Rosé in Vietnam, seeing her in a Vietnamese-made dress in “Gone” is no doubt a fascinating sight that makes them feel more connected to their idol.

Indeed, the MV is receiving overwhelming support from Blinks as a whole all over Vietnam.

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Cover image adapted from BLACKPINK

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