The mafia K-drama is still alive, well, and trending on streaming platforms, and those ensembles are still in our thoughts.
If there is a show that is currently top-of-mind for fashion’s love affair with K-drama, it would be Vincenzo. The tvN series, which centered on an Italian mafia consigliere, rated well on cable broadcasts and Netflix, trending well beyond its finale release a couple of weeks ago.
Because of its legal thriller genre, formal suits have been at the forefront of the style discussion. Hallyu star Song Joong-Ki, who plays the titular character, dons bespoke suits that fits him like a glove.
Song Joong-Ki is shown wearing formal wear brands such as Caruso, Zio Songzio, and Kingsman, pairing them with show-off timepieces to finish off the look. These include watches from Breitling, Hublot, Zenith, and Tag Heuer.
Outside the suits, Vincenzo can be seen donning Barbour jackets, Under Armour active wear, and different luxurious-looking robe and pajama sets.
The suit game of feisty and funny hotshot lawyer Hong Cha-Young, who is played by Jeon Yeo-been, is something to highlight as well.
Lynn A-line cashmere coats, MICHAA double button down jackets, and other stylish layers from Thom Browne and Avouavou are paired with noteworthy accessories.
Hong Cha-Young’s sparkly pieces, in particular, was something many looked forward to. From countless Swarovski sets to classic Tiffany & Co. jewelry, Hong Cha-Young’s choice of accessories were spot on. We particularly liked the Swarovski Twist Hoop Pierced Earrings.
Her bags are similarly on point. The lead is seen carrying around everything from Alexander McQueen satchels, Bottega Veneta pouches, and bags from Michael Kors, Salvatore Ferragamo, and Givenchy.
Not to be outshined by Hong Cha-Young’s style choices, the dapper leading men of the series, who favored Samsonite and Montblanc. Jang Jun-Woo, played by Ok Taec-Yeon, had a handy backpack from the German brand as his go-to bag to carry around the documents always being handed to him.
As for Vincenzo himself, he opted for the croc-black Fost briefcase from the American luggage maker.