As a member of K-pop phenomenon Blackpink, it’s no surprise that Rosé has her feet firmly planted in both the music and fashion realms. While unique vocals and a foray into solo music commands the public to tune in, it’s Rosé’s exceptional magnetism both on and off-stage that lend her the makings of an icon. In particular, a style icon.

In 2020, Rosé debuted as Saint Laurent’s global house ambassador in the brand’s Autumn/Winter campaign. Now a dear friend and fashion muse to the French maison’s Anthony Vaccarello, Rosé’s recent red carpet style is largely defined by the chic Saint Laurent philosophy — slinky, black, and tailored. Rosé’s got it covered in the accessories department too; last April she fronted Tiffany & Co.’s Hardwear campaign as a newly-appointed brand ambassador. For the most part though, her overall sartorial preferences have remained consistent, give or take a few details. Strawberry-blonde mermaid locks, a good floral print, fun textural sleeves, preppy skirts, and tailored waist-snatching trousers will always be a part of the rotation. But with a sureness about herself and her style that seems to have been missing from her younger days, it looks like Rosé has graduated from her campus sweetheart era, and, in glossy platform pumps, is stepping into a seat at the it-girl office.