Kim Tae-ri was among the celebs that stole the show on the red carpet of the renowned Baeksang Arts Awards 2022. The actress donned a Brandon Maxwell gown, which drew criticism for being a knock-off. According to a snapshot of an Instagram DM by a Chinese netizen, the dress retailer, Kayla Bennet, debunked accusations that the dress was a forgery. Kim Tae-ri won Best Actress for her role as Na Hee-do in the Netflix rom-com, as well as the Popularity Award. Her clothing, however, was the talk of the town before she even won the honors, as she donned a Brandon Maxwell gown. The attire was identical to what American actress Dakota Johnson wore to the Governors Awards in 2019.
Kim Tae Ri Love the dress!pic.twitter.com/Spo0Vjiekt
— ranty (@coffeecaramello) May 6, 2022
Kim Tae-gown ri’s was custom-made for her, not a knock-off.
The Korea International Exhibition Center will host the Baeksang Arts Awards 2022 on May 6. Park Bo-gum, Suzy, Lee Jun-ho, and other celebrities attended the occasion. Kim Tae-ri, one of the night’s top winners, also showed up in a gorgeous white Brandon Maxwell gown. Dakota Johnson wore an outfit identical to this one in 2019. Some internet users noted that the outfit details of the Twenty-Five Twenty-One actress were different. They then began to claim that the outfit was a forgery.
Kayla Bennet, Brandon Maxwell’s official distributor, verified that the dress was somewhat different, but not because it was a knock-off. Kim Tae-outfit ri’s was altered to better match her physique. The dresses differed in two ways: the belt on the back and the top. The distributor responded to a Chinese netizen’s inquiry, explaining the discrepancies.
According to the management, the belt was altered to better suit Kim Tae-figure. ri’s The actress wore a “Kaylabennet original top manufactured on request” in the top. The photographs of the Korean actress were even posted on the official Kayla Bennet Instagram account. The 32-year-old actress defied her age as she came down the red carpet in the gown, and she even stole the show with her amusing comments.
Meanwhile, at the 58th Baeksang Arts Prizes, Netflix’s series won the most TV category awards. With three prizes apiece, Squid Game and D.P. took home the most. Twenty-five and twenty-one received two prizes.