At just 28 years old, Jackson Wang is a multi-hyphenate with many talents. The K-pop star who first rose to fame with boy band GOT7 has gone on to dominate the charts with a solo music career and found his own record label TEAM WANG. Beyond the music industry, Wang is also a figure to be reckoned with in fashion, having previously fronted Fendi and Cartier campaigns and being the designer of his luxury streetwear label named after TEAM WANG.
A stylist of his own, Wang has come to develop a distinctive aesthetic by finding the right balance between sleek tailoring and sartorial insouciance. While the singer has a penchant for minimal silhouettes, all-black outfits and copious jewellery, Wang does not shy away from the experimental. Whether it’s a crimson suit or loose tank top, Wang confidently makes bold fashion statements—even as far as going platinum blonde and donning a smoky eye.
Below, we break down the artist’s style by tracking down his signature looks and where to shop them.
Man in black
Always dressed to shine on and off camera, Wang is often clad in a monochromatic ensemble. The GOT7 member’s unofficial uniform? A fitted black top, slim-fit trousers and leather shoes. As seen on Wang, wearing black from head-to-toe calls for a mix of textures and jewellery to top off the look.
Whether he’s walking the red carpet or performing on stage, Wang’s signature look is a tailored suit and plenty of accessories. Think silver chains, bracelets, rings and brooches—or a timepiece clasped onto a necklace. To exude an irresistible charm, a styling tip to learn from Wang would be to bare some skin by loosing the undershirt.
When it comes to downtime dressing, Wang’s effervescent personality shines through. While out and about on casual days, the singer injects a degree of playfulness into his laid-back outfits. Alongside an oversized graphic T-shirt and patterned wide-leg pants, Wang’s accessories typically come down to a signature black beanie and a trusty pair of coloured sunglasses.
Read Vogue Singapore’s cover story with Jackson Wang here.