12 Best Seoul Fashion Week Street Style Looks | Clozette
As with K-dramas and K-beauty, there is also much to look forward to when it comes to Korea’s fashion scene. With Seoul situated at the heart of the country’s pop and street style culture, Seoul Fashion Week is definitely an eye-opening experience for the fashion initiated.

For those of us who were not there to witness the happenings first hand, cleo.com.sg and social media influencer NC Wong have got us covered as they take us to Seoul’s streets for style cues that are truly noteworthy.

Throw shade on style



Sunglasses are the perfect way to add a little quirk! ICYMI – there’s a pencil on top of the glasses!

Go for coloured neutrals



‘Black-and-white’ is generally what you think of when one says ‘neutrals’. But if you feel like it’s overly cliche, switch it up with browns as an alternative.


Pull an oversized jacket over overalls



With overalls making their resurgence, take your cue from this chic look by adding layers over top instead of underneath.

Fashion kids



Consider shopping in the kid’s section. If these adorable kids are anything to go by, some of the best pieces are there!

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Hello, April! The first quarter of the month has gone by so fast, don’t you think? Summer is easing in, and we’re already feeling the heat. Our minds are already on weekend getaways and summer sales. But before we jet off to our much needed vacations, we need to keep abreast on what’s poppin’. 


Missed this week’s highlights? Let’s recap fashion and beauty’s latest here.


Jenna Lyons leaves J. Crew



It’s like the end of an era. Jenna Lyons has left J. Crew after 26 years with the company. What would become of the brand after the iconic fashionista’s stint? We just have to wait and see.


Louis Vuitton Pop-Up



Ready your wallets! Louis Vuitton is opening up a pop-up store dedicated to the capsule collection created by Fragment Design Hiroshi Fujiwara and Louis Vuitton Men’s Artistic Director Kim Jones at Surrender @ 268 Orchard from April 22nd to May 7th. 


Chloe in SG



Chloe's coming to Singapore! The luxury brand’s first boutique in the country, situated at The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, will have a soft opening in April and will be in full gear for guests in May. Get the limited edition Faye bag, created especially for the Singapore store, when you swing by.

Gucci on the wall




Gucci has partnered with San Franciso-based illustrator Jayde Fish in creating a mural on a wall on Lafayette Street between Prince St. and Spring St. in New York. Check that cool illustration out.




When two icons collab



Lady Gaga is the new face of Tiffany & Co. Speaking of the partnership, the Million Reasons singer said: “I love Tiffany HardWear because it’s different and elegant — but it’s not what you would expect of elegance. That like me I think — I’m a bit different. To me, Tiffany is definitive and iconic, yet continues to push and evolve with the times.”


Geode in your hair



From Tiffany blue to a different kind of hue. Geode hair is here, and we’re so here for it! Check those cool colours out.




Topshop and Topman online




You can shop for Topshop and Topman items online now in the Philippines. Get ready to get shoppin’ for your favourite pieces at Zalora.


A 5-million-peso party



We’re ending this week’s recap with something big — as in PHP5 million-worth big. A young lady celebrated her New York Fashion Week-themed birthday party at the MOA Arena, and her family reportedly spent almost PHP5 million (around SGD140,207) for the festivity.


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Last week was just as packed with amusing stuff. Recap the highlights here.


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We all know that the beauty and fashion industries are competitive. So when a brand collaboration is in session, we just can't help but be excited about what they have in store for us. And it's safe enough to claim that when two favourites combine, most often than not, the collections they create are one for the books. 


With that said, we're giving you some of this season's hottest collabs and what to expect from their noteworthy lookbooks.


Adidas Originals x Alexander Wang Drop 3



The third instalment to the iconic sports brand and the NFW regular's collaborative collection,  this 84-piece unisex apparel and footwear collection is all about blurring the boundaries between high fashion and streetwear. It combines innovation in both fabric and design with inspirations from youth culture and practicality that truly culminates the essence of the two brands. 



Supreme x North Face



Street style is making a big buzz this year with brand crossovers, and Supreme is no exception. Continuing their collaboration with outdoor product company North Face, the brand is set to launch heavy duty pieces that can endure outdoor adventures while still looking sharp and stylish. 

Coach x Rodarte



Designed by Coach’s Creative Director, Stuart Vevers, and Rodarte’s Kate and Laura Mulleavy, the collaboration explores the idea of mixing textures and the vocabularies of New York and Los Angeles: modern versus ethereal, utility and simple luxury versus unabashed romance and fanciful demi-couture. Made of ready-to-wears and bags that culminate both of the labels' aesthetic, these pieces are sure to make it into everyone's must-covet list. 



Marc Jacobs x MTV


In pure nostalgia, Marc Jacobs and MTV give the 80's some love with sequinned sweatshirts, logo shirts, and special edition neon-themed tote bags, visualising and celebrating the prime of an era that redefined music and style.  


Christophe Lemaire x Uniqlo




After the success of their two-in-a-row sold out collections, designer Christophe Lemaire and fashion brand Uniqlo are set for another Spring/Summer collection of sleek and crisp swimwear and casual designs that will make minimalist lovers swoon.


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