10 Corso Como launches collaborative products with “Wanna One”
Features 11 premium products with “Wanna One” members’ face sketches as a motif.

More meaningful project with the participation of artist “Kris Ruhs” in design

Increases holding values by launching limited editions of rain coats, clutch bags, echo bags, and mufflers.
“10 Corso Como” launched premium products in collaboration with Wanna One.
“10 Corso Como”, the concept store operated by Samsung C&T Fashion Group, nnounced on 29th that it launched premium collaborative products using the face sketches of the project group Wanna One’s 11 members as a motif.
Notably, the artist “Kris Ruhs”, who is in charge of the entire design of “10 Corso Como”, participated in the design of this project, and the launch of limited editions with high holding values made this project more significant. The addition of Kris Rush’s unique designs to the face sketches that Wanna Won members drew themselves created differentiated products.
These collaborative products designed with the members’ smiling characters consist of 11 product types including rain coats, clutch bags, hats, echo bags, mufflers, gym bags, tumblers, mugs, iPhone cases, and badge sets. The price of each product ranges from 15,000 to 80,000 won.  
“10 Corso Como Seoul” will open a pop-up store for these collaborative items at its own store in Cheongdam-dong and the event zone on the first floor of the main branch of Lotte Department Store between August 30 and September 5. From September 6, the products will also be sold at SSF Shop (, an integrated online shopping mall for Samsung C&T Fashion Group, as well as the 10 Corso Como Cheongdam and Avenuel.
“10 Corso Como Seoul” and CJ ENM prepared an event to celebrate this project, which will present not only collaborative products including the autographs of Wanna One members, but also various gifts such as picture frames sketched by the members, polaroid photos, and photo cards.
Song Ae-Da, the team leader of 10 Corso Como, said “Very special premium collaborative products were created through the combination of Wanna One members’ sketches and artist Kris Ruhs’ designs. “We expect that the country’s first collaboration of 10 Corso Como Seoul and Wanna One would attract the attention of various customer groups.” she added.
Meanwhile, “10 Corso Como” is a multifunctional space that Carla Sozzani, a gallerist and fashion journalist, established in Milano in 1990 with a unique blend of art, fashion, msuic, design, food, and culture. It is also where slow shopping began.