South Korea: BTS members are known across the world for their fashion statements. The K-pop band members were recently declared as the house ambassadors for French fashion giant Louis Vuitton. And in just a few, the fashion giant is making huge profits by using BTS members’ popularity.Also Read - BTS' V aka Kim Taehyung And Blackpink's Jennie in a Relationship?: Korean YouTuber Lee Jin Ho Confirms

After Louis Vuitton announced that BTS group members are its new ambassadors. Virgil Abloh, the artistic director of the fashion giant’s men’s collection, released a video of an interview with BTS on his official Instagram account. In this video interview, BTS member Jimin was seen wearing a white Louis Vuitton T-shirt, jeans and a cap. This t-short had a colorful design on it and costs Rs $765. However, soon after the video was spotted by BTS fans (also known as its ARMY), they went crazy to buy the same t-shirt worn by Jimin. In just a few days, this t-shirt is now out of stock from almost all countries and regions including South Korea, United States, United Kingdom, South Korea, Canada, France, Japan Italy, Russia and Germany. Also Read - BTS Army Can’t Keep Calm as K-Pop Band Wins 3 Awards at Billboard Music Awards 2022

Reportedly, this is the fifth time in the year that BTS’ Jimin fashion statement has caused a product or an outfit to go out of stock. The same happened in January this year as well when another Louis Vuitton sweater which costs approximately $1,234 went out of stock in more than sixteen countries after fans spotted BTS members wearing it. Also Read - Mahira Sharma Gets Fat-Shamed by Journo, Shehnaaz Gill Fans Say Karma!

Meanwhile, earlier this month that the BTS announced a collaboration with a global burger chain as well. On the work front, BTS recently held Bang Bang Con 21 which featured the group’s past concerts and fan meets.