NCT 127's Jaehyun Wore an Ab-Baring Canadian Tuxedo to Prada's Fashion Show

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Were Jaehyun's abs the star of the show at Prada's fashion show or his all-denim outfit? It's a tough call.

Jaehyun, the Korean popstar who is part of the group NCT 127, arrived at Prada's Spring/Summer 2025 menswear show at Milan Fashion Week. Jaehyun went all in on the denim for his look, wearing an oversized jean jacket and matching jeans sans shirt underneath. The musician's abs were peaking out, as were his white boxer shorts, adding a sultry touch to the classic Candian tuxedo.

Jaehyun shared his thirst traps on Instagram, showing the views from his Milan hotel room and posing with a plant in some photos. He also wore a pair of dark-rimmed glasses to finish off the fit.

Jaehyun isn't the only NCT member to skip the shirt — his bandmate Johnny made his Paris Fashion Week debut in February, wearing extra baggy jeans to Acne Studios Ready-to-Wear fall-winter 2024/2025 show. Jeno of NCT also ditched the shirt for Vogue World in 2022 while representing designer Peter Do.

Jaehyun sat amongst the chic A-list crowd at the Italian fashion house's show, including Joe Alwyn, Byeon Woo-seok, Sana, and more. The brand held the show at The Deposito on its complex and described the concept as a “fairytale ravescape.” The large open space was filled with cement benches for attendees and a long white fenced-in runway. Models walked out of a minimalist white house that was positioned in the corner of the room and strutted down the sloped runway.

“A hut, the simplest structure, stands nearby as a totem of the essential, the necessary, the real, reflected in clothes that are uncontrived and direct,” the brand wrote in a press release. “A utopian conceit, here the imaginary can propose a new reality”

The collection included a wide variety of statement sunglasses, ¾-length sleeved shirts, leather hoodies and jackets, and more.

Prada also wrote that this collection “offers a discourse around contemporary notions of truth and pretence, the real and unreal. Here, we are encouraged to question the actuality of what we perceive, to reconsider, to look at things closer.”


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