Whenever visiting my home country, South Korea, I see people on the street in self-adoration with extravagant products and luxury items to express the apparent social status. This social phenomenon settles down all over the place, and I discover myself chasing this social trend. People fall prey to competitive materialism in the contemporary scene. People’s true self is camouflaged with masks by good-looking materials. I pondered this materialistic self-adoration. Therefore, I focused on painting both formalistically and contextually in a fashion that registers the themes of fashion, social status, external evaluation and degenerated materialism.