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Mark Tuan, Winnie Harlow land on L’Officiel Philippines cover

By Areeya Tatjana Ho

K-POP idol Mark Tuan and Canadian model Winnie Harlow grace the cover of L’Officiel Philippines N°2, The Borderless Beauty issue that dropped on Friday. 

Mark Tuan and Winnie Harlow grace the cover of the Borderless Beauty issue of L’Officiel Philippines
Months after moving back to the USA, Tuan has been keeping himself busy. It seems like this is what Tuan was hinting at Filipino fans last April. 

Earlier this month, L’Officiel Philippines shared a two-second video teaser in their Instagram story of Tuan, sporting curls, instead of his usual look.

The GOT7 member teamed up with Winnie Harlow for The Borderless Beauty issue, and this is not the first time the two have worked together. In 2019, they both worked together in a GQ Thailand photoshoot alongside another GOT7 member, BamBam, and other models.

Tuan also shared some pictures from his photoshoot in his Instagram account, “JUNE 2021 COVER FOR @lofficielph with @winnieharlow.”

Tuan wore the top menswear trends for the spring and summer of 2021, sporting all-Gucci and all-Dior fits. 

The K-POP idol, who is of Taiwanese descent, was born in the USA and moved to South Korea to pursue a music career. He debuted in a group called GOT7 in 2014. Last year, the K-Pop act did not renew its contract with its agency, JYP Entertainment, but remained as a group. 

“The hardest part for me is I’ll wake up, and I’ll look at my phone and there will be like 100 text messages from [the members], and then I’ll reply, and they’re all sleeping,” Tuan shared about the long-distance relationship of GOT7 in his interview with L’Officiel Philippines.

Topics: K-POP , Mark Tuan , Winnie Harlow ,  L’Officiel Philippines
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