BLACKPINK and Casetify are dropping a collection that every Blink needs in their life
BLACKPINK and Casetify have teamed up to release a collection that every Blink needs in their life.
Their second collaboration features phone cases inspired by the K-pop group’s songs as well as accessories.
The collection drops on 25 October and it’ll be available to shop exclusively at casetify.com.
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The collection features six different phone case designs, including an “I’m a Blink” pillow case in black and a mirror case inspired by “Pink Venom”.
There’s also a personalised phone case, which you can add your name to, as well as four phone cases, each one featuring a signature of the band members, Jennie, Lisa, Jisoo and Rosé.
The phone cases are compatible for iPhones, including the new 14 Series, while a number of designs will also be available for select Samsung devices.
The accessory options include a black and pink beaded phone charm, plus there’s a box set which features a number of products from the range.
Finishing up the collab is a sticker set for you to decorate your phone, laptop or tablet, referencing the group’s songs.
The duo previously teamed up in 2021, releasing a collection with designs featuring lyrics from the group’s songs, “Kill This Love”, “Boombayah” and “How You Like That”.
Fans can sign up for priority access to the latest collab, which takes place on 24 October, while the range will be released to the general public on 25 October.
To find out more and to shop the BLACKPINK x Casetify collaboration head to casetify.com.
BLACKPINK announce UK and European tour
Last month the iconic K-pop group announced that they’ll head to arenas across the continent in support of their new album, Born Pink.
This includes two headline nights at London’s O2 Arena on 30 November and 1 December, with dates also planned for Paris, Barcelona, Berlin, Cologne, Amsterdam and Copenhagen.
Fans can get still get their hands on limited tickets for the London shows via Ticketmaster.
The tour is in support of their album, which was released in September and reached number one in the UK, US and their native, South Korea.
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It features lead single “Pink Venom”, which made history by becoming the biggest release by a female group or solo artist this decade.
The song debuted at number one on Spotify’s global top songs chart and amassed more than 7.9 million streams within the first 24 hours.
While on YouTube, the official music video reached 100 million views faster than any video by a female group in history.
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