Captain Ri sure looks good in casual wear as much as he does in military uniform.
Homegrown fashion retailer Bench has finally unveiled its newest ambassador, Korean actor Hyun Bin, currently the country’s favorite captain and endorser.
After teasing the public for days, Ben Chan on July 5 welcomed Hyun Bin into his brand’s star-studded roster of “BENCHsetters,” which also include Park Seo-joon, Ji Chang-wook, and Park Hyung-sik.
“Steady those hearts and stay tuned,” Chan said in an Instagram post that drove fans, including celebrities, to a frenzy.
The first drop of Hyun Bin’s Bench campaign features a collection of casual wear including a denim button down, a gray pullover sweater, jeans in a variety of washes, and a blue T-shirt emblazoned with the word “captain.”
The Crash Landing On You star previously said he would visit the Philippines soon. In the meantime, fans can contend themselves with photos of Hyun Bin that exude a charming boy-next-door vibe.
Meanwhile, the mermaid in the Legend of the Blue Sea, Jun Ji-hyun is the newest ambassador of British luxury fashion house Alexander McQueen.
Jun Ji-hyun wears two of the brand’s bags—the Jewelled satchel and the Story shoulder bag.
The Sassy Girl transforms into a classy woman with the house’s jeweled bag with the Alexander McQueen skull. The satchel is designed to fit a few essentials in its main compartment with a card pocket.
Meanwhile, the Story features the slightly larger version of house’s modern metal handle and new weaved chain. Jun Ji-hyun is seen wearing the day-to-evening bag over the shoulder, but the design allows it to be also worn via the chain strap or hand-held through the front metal handle.
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