One of the ancillary positives of Crash Landing on You for me was the validation and also outfit feast of seeing K-actress Son Ye Jin showcase her visuals. That she could pull off any outfit the drama put her in, including actual North Korea looks from hair to clothes plus accessories proved the adage that goddesses can wear potato sacks and still look good. She was mind blowing beautiful in her early twenties during her debut to rise years but now twenty years into her career she’s crafted her own visuals from comfortable in her own skin to comfortable in any skin that she’s asked to put on for a character. With the premiere of her new drama Thirty Nine it’s not a surprise to see her in promos and she’s in the pages of the March 2022 edition of Elle Korea doing her best to elevate what are really underwhelming outfits and shoes from Valentino. She honestly needs to do more edgy, she’s better than what Pierpaolo Piccioli crafted and would love to see her in. Perhaps Nicolas Ghesquière for Vuitton, what Alessandro Michele has in store for Gucci, or Raf Simons co-heading Prada. I’m personally a Hermes girl with a side of Chanel but I feel like Son Ye Jin is even better for the more innovative and experimental designers than those two more traditional fashion house.