Lisa of BLACKPINK has had a lot of “firsts” in 2021. She dropped her debut solo album in September and followed it with her first makeup collection with MAC a month after.
Upon returning to South Korea a few weeks ago, though, she tested positive for COVID-19. Although it did affect her schedule, her career seemingly continues to move forward.
This comes as Celine premiered its Summer Collection for 2022. The filmed runway featured its 12 muses, including Lisa, who first became part of the luxury brand in 2019.
Runway Debut With Celine
Koreaboo reported that the BLACKPINK member’s participation in the material marked her fashion runway debut. But, instead of doing a catwalk in a traditional runway, she, alongside the other muses, walked through Baie De Anges in Nice, France.
Celine’s Creative Director, Hedi Slimane, directed the entire production for the collection. The material lasts for more than 12 minutes, and the public may watch it on the brand’s official YouTube channel.
In her cuts, Lisa rocked a “chic ‘model off-duty’ look,” as reports would describe. She donned a green varsity jacket and a loose pair of jeans.
She completed the ensemble with a pair of sunglasses and a bright yellow shoulder bag.
Lisa and Her Recovery From COVID-19
YG Entertainment confirmed Lisa’s recovery from COVID-19 on December 4. In its official announcement, the label revealed that the BLACKPINK member completed her quarantine around 12 p.m., KST, on the same day.
It marked the tenth day of her self-isolation following the detection of the infection last November 24. Reports said that the positive test result emerged a couple of days after flying back to South Korea from the United States.
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Apart from Lisa, the rest of the K-pop group also observed self-quarantine. YG Entertainment, later on, announced, though, that Rose, Jisoo, and Jennie tested negative for COVID-19, and did not show any sign of illness.
Despite this, the label recently informed the public that the three BLACKPINK members still “minimized their nonwork-related activities.” It also acknowledged all the fans who sent in their concerns, as well as the medical staff who are dedicated to overcoming the virus.