Chic News sat down with IMFACT on November 11 for an interview to talk about their new comeback album, 'Revolt,' and the group talked about their transformation from the boyish outfits in their debut album into a more mature, manly style in this album.
Tae Ho commented, "We combined the old school look from the 1990s and a more modern style. We tried something other groups haven't done before. Our lead stylist said, 'You are the first idol to wear something like this.' We wanted to express our natural uniqueness in an unstructured way."
Known to be heavily involved in the production process, including album producing, track list, music video, and more, IMFACT also participated in the fashion concept for 'Revolt'. Je Up explained, "The members all like shopping and are interested in fashion. When we make an album, we think about each others' styles and participate."
IMFACT also explained that they choose what to wear based on the daily mood and weather. Maknae Ung Jae commented, "I wear everything, but I do prefer simple, one-colored pieces over the ones with a lot of patterns." Lee Sang added, "It depends on what I want to do that day. If I want to look calm, I wear dandy clothes, and if I want to look free, I wear more hip outfits."
Tae Ho stated, "I don't like normal styles. I like clothes that are unique." Je Up added, "I got into R&B recently and also lost weight, so I like loose-fitting clothes these days. It's getting colder too, so when I go shopping, I am interested in the dandy style."
Ji An explained his style by saying, "Because my position is rapper, I used to like hip hop style, but as I'm getting older, I like the simple style, like jeans and a white T-shirt. In winter, I like wearing a loose-fitting coat."