Park Shin-hye showcases the Spring/Summer 2018 collection of Swarovski in a few sparkling pictures.
South Korean actress, singer and model Park Shin-hye (박신혜) is the first Korean celebrity to be chosen as a global ambassador for Austrian jewelry brand, Swarovski.
For the Spring/Summer 2018 season, the brand brought new innovation to its collection, teaming up once again with Park to showcase it.
In the photos unveiled on Wednesday, 11 April 2018 on her Facebook account, the actress radiates a modest elegance proving why she makes a flawless fit for the brand.
From comfortable outfit to elegant evening look, she matches everything with perfectly fit earrings, necklaces or watches, switching the vibes from a teen girl to an elegant woman.
Apparently, that was the reason behind Swarovski teaming up with Park Shin-hye in the first place: “Park has the innocent charm of a child, but has deep and mature eyes at the same time. Her beautiful and versatile look corresponds well with the brand’s ideal female figure,” said Swarovksi in a statement back in 2016, when Park became their model.
Check out the photos below:
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