DAWN's Instagram / HanSe's Instagram

One of the most beloved and popular accessories these days is the CELINE Headband that has been seen on a number of K-Pop idols in different variations. The artists love them as fans do too as it is the perfect trend to get into fall/winter with. 

Recently, VICTON's HanSe, DAWN, ATEEZ's HongJoong, Stray Kids' HyunJin, SEVENTEEN's S.Coups and NCT's JungWoo, were seen sporting this headband. 

Regardless of who it's on, the headband looks incredibly cool and adds an edge to the outfit. Which K-Pop idol do you think pulled off the headband the best? Check out the pictures below for your consideration.

Who Wore It Better: The CELINE Headband

Stray Kids' Twitter

HyunJin leaves half of his forehead bare and instead covers the upper half with the headband, giving the illusion of a higher crown and sharp facial features.

Who Wore It Better: The CELINE Headband

DAWN's Instagram

DAWN covers his entire forehead with the headband, drawing attention to his facial structure.

Who Wore It Better: The CELINE Headband

W Korea

JungWoo's platinum blonde hair goes perfectly with the black headband and the rest of his grunge-inspired outfit.

Who Wore It Better: The CELINE Headband

VICTON's Twitter

The placement for HanSe's headband is perfect because it adds a casual touch to an otherwise dramatic hairstyle.

HongJoong was seen wearing the headband for the music video of 'Eternal Sunshine'. It feels very fitting especially since HongJoong is often seen sporting headbands as part of his signature style.

The CELINE headband is actually one of S.Coups's favourite clothing items and he is often seen wearing it casually.

From pictorials to stage outfits, this headband is everywhere and we cannot help but gush over how amazing it looks on our favourite idols. 


Who wore it better?

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Stray Kids' HyunJin


NCT's JungWoo


ATEEZ's HongJoong



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