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TWICE Sana's Fashion Look at Incheon Airport on June 13, 201915-JUN-2019 TWICE  Sana

Just like the other members, Sana also incorporated a denim piece to her fashion look at Incheon Airport last June 13.

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Aside from her distressed jeans, her simple yet luxurious ensemble features this Louis Vuitton T-shirt with the iconic Monogram motif.

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LOUIS VUITTON MONOGRAM TOWELING T-SHIRT

Louis Vuitton Monogram Toweling T-shirt


Matching her shoes, Sana used this black bucket bag from Acne Studios made from leather and includes knotted details at the side.

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ACNE STUDIOS Musubi Mini Leather Bucket Bag

ACNE STUDIOS Musubi Mini Leather Bucket Bag


About the Celebrity

Sana Minatozaki (湊﨑紗夏 Minatozaki Sana, born December 29, 1996), commonly known by the mononym Sana (Korean: 사나), is a Japanese singer currently based in South Korea. She debuted in 2015 as a member of South Korean girl group Twice under JYP Entertainment. In Gallup Korea's annual music poll for 2018, Sana was voted the 17th most popular idol in South Korea, making the highest-ranked Japanese individual in that poll.

In 2015, Sana participated in the girl group television survival show Sixteen. Out of 16 contestants, Sana was selected as one of the nine members of the girl group Twice. She debuted with Twice in October 2015 with the title song "Like Ooh-Ahh" from their debut extended play The Story Begins.

On the eve of Japan's transition from the Heisei era to Reiwa on 1 May 2019, Sana posted a message on Twice's Instagram account bidding goodbye to the era in which she was born, and welcoming the next:

As a person born in the era, I feel somewhat sad that the Heisei Era is ending, but I want to say ‘otsukare-sama’ (Good work) to the era!!!

Because Japanese eras are named for the reigning emperor, Sana's comments drew some online criticism from those who saw them as lacking in sensitivity toward her adopted home, as the idea of Japanese emperors, called "kings" by Koreans, remains inseparable in some minds from imperial Japan and the history of the Japanese colonial rule of Korea. On the other hand, most fans defended her as someone commenting on current events, making no reference to the contentious past.

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