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[Photos] Park Shin-hye feeling spring-like already

2015/12/02 | Permalink | Source

Actress Park Shin-hye posed for some very spring pictures.

Italian fashion brand BRUNOMAGLI revealed its 2016 S/S collection on the 3rd with its muse, Park Shin-hye. The collection includes trendy colors suitable for those women in their 20s and 30s.

Park Shin-hye is seen wearing a black dress revealing her legs, a strong red see-through top and skirt, a two-piece pink suit and a retro dress. She matched a trendy bag with each outfit, making her stand out as a feminine woman.

Apparently, Park Shin-hye's comfortable and luxurious image seemed appropriate for the new image BRUNOMAGLI was striving for.

Meanwhile, Park Shin-hye is starring in a new movie called "My Annoying Brother" with Jo Jung-suk and Do Kyung-soo. She plays a Judo coach named Soo-hyeon who finds out about Doo-yeong's (Do Kyung-soo) unfortunate past and helps him back up.

Source : star.moneytoday.co.kr...

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