JYJ Turns into Lovely Clowns for Latest Photo Spread
JYJ took a playful transformation for their latest photo shoot for fashion brand Nii. On August 6, Nii released a new photo spread titled, “Lovely Diary,” featuring six photos of the JYJ members turned into lovely clowns in goofy outfits.
The overall concept of the photo shoot was to portray the childhood feelings of the JYJ members. The photos are to express the feelings they would have felt while writing a secret diary when they were young. The funny facial expressions and clownish accessories, including the clown nose, mustache, and oversized lips, are all in line with this concept.
“Despite their busy schedule, JYJ members didn’t know any fatigue and gave their best for the photo shoot…This pictorial is so good we could use it for our global fashion promotion as well,” Hong Jang Hyun, the photographer of the pictorial said.
More photos will be revealed through Nii’s official homepage here in late August! Stay tuned for more photos!
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