It includes a custom gold, hand-embroidered traditional Thai outfit with Swarovski crystals.
Lisa, one of the four members of the K-pop girl group Blackpink, has finally made her solo debut with the two-track album, Lalisa.
The accompanying music video for the title track of the same name is now the most viewed reel on Youtube for a solo artist with 73.6 million views in the first 24 hours—and for good reason.
Not only does the song feature her flare for rap and dance, it also packs on the visuals courtesy of Lisa’s many outfits. And as a global ambassador for a plethora of beauty and fashion brands including Celine, Bulgari, and MAC Cosmetics, the 24-year-old Thai-born idol met expectations with her choice of looks.
Lisa opens the music video with a black, off-shoulder gown with a dramatic trail.
The Giambattista Valli dress (price unavailable), part of the brand’s Haute Couture 2019 collection, is reminiscent of 1980s party dresses, an indicator of what the rest of the song and video will be like.
Singing the first few lines of Lalisa, Lisa wears a graphic jacket ($345) and skirt ($155) from the Redo collection of Mexican brand No Name. It combines images of Iron Maiden, KISS, and references to Mexican culture.
She pairs it with sky-high, purple Kiki platform boots from Marc Jacobs ($2,700).
Moving with the song’s choreography is a sequined, beaded number. It’s an edgy outfit that stands out against a bright white background.
The reworked Alexander Vauthier piece (price unavailable) is also the same look that appeared in her solo release teasers and will again be featured towards the end of the music video.
Lisa summons the biker girl for her outfit while riding a Ducati motorcycle.
She wears a jacket (price unavailable) from Robert Wun’s Autumn-Winter 2021 collection over a sequined jumpsuit (price unavailable) from Alexander Vauthier’s Spring 2021 release.
Lisa wears an oversized sweater and shorts for a more hip-hop feel to introduce the title track’s chorus with the catchphrase, “Lalisa, love me / Lalisa, love me.” She pairs it with a light gray beanie bearing the title of the song, which also happens to be her real first name.
The accessory is part of the official merchandise for her debut, which also comes in charcoal with her last name, Manobal, on it.
Lisa shows her pole dancing skills in the video, too, wearing a Jean Paul Gaultier gown (price unavailable) reworked into a one-shoulder top.
The piece is part of the brand’s Haute Couture Spring-Summer 2020 collection and was customized just for her.
In a portion of the music video, Lisa rides an ATV with her pals in Celine’s Teen Knight poem chain necklace ($1,950), and pants (price unavailable) with belt ($1,356), both of which are from the Men’s Winter 2021 collection.
She sports a vintage Class shirt from The Clash ($400) to complete the look.
Lisa’s outfits have become even cooler by the second chorus, which is reflected in a full look from Chilean brand Sevali. It includes a custom Suburbia shirt ($530), leather top (price unavailable), and a deconstructed skirt ($760).
She finishes the look off with a pair of Demonia’s Emily-377 boots ($130).
Girl next door
Lisa then pulls off a complete 180 with a girl-next-door look.
She wears a Pony Stone denim shorts (price unavailable) and an Isabel Marant Vifeli sequin jacket ($3,150) from the Spring 2021 collection.
Lisa kicks off the bridge with her most hardcore rap bars throughout the song.
For this, she dons a Vivienne Westwood silk corset (price unavailable) from the brand’s Fall-Winter 1990 collection and a variety of gold accessories from Bulgari (price unavailable).
In a tribute to her home country, Lisa wears a modern take on the traditional Thai outfit.
A custom, hand-embroidered piece (price unavailable) from Thai designer Asava, the gold, Swarovski-laced look features a sabai or breast shawl, and a zin or sarong wrap. The regal number is finished off with a gold mongkut headpiece.
Despite its brief appearance towards the end of the music video, Lisa’s other head-to-toe gold outfit is unmissable.
The stunning gold dress ($16,600) is from Paco Rabanne’s Spring Ready-To-Wear 2021 collection.
Banner Photo from @lalalalisa_m on IG