FAVE 5: J'Adore Pinafore | Clozette

Don't you agree that pinafore dresses are the epitome of comfort and style? Take a cue from our Community on how to wear this trend. 

Pink And Gray For A Sunny Day

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Dress Pinafore + Sneakers Goes Together Too Well

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We’re halfway through the year. How are your resolutions holding up? Got new plans for the next half of the year? We still have a lot of things in store for you, so watch out for them. In the meantime, why don’t we brush up on what’s happening in the worlds of fashion and beauty? Here are some news bits you need to know.

Chloé in SG

Chloé has opened its first boutique in Singapore, and we’re more than excited to explore it. Visit the spacious store featuring the brand’s latest releases at The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands.

Ooh lala, La Perla

See the latest La Perla ready-to-wear collection at their new luxe boutique adorned with bold geometric patterns and metallic accents at Takashimaya S.C., Singapore.

Oh, Mamonde

Explore the latest from South Korean botanical beauty brand Mamonde at their new TANGS VivoCity beauty counter. Visit their pop-up from today till 4 June 2017 to see Park Shin Hye’s favourites from the brand.

Fenty Beauty

The long wait is about to be over. Rihanna’s beauty line is coming this fall.

World's Most Expensive Bag

If you had USD300,000 to spend on anything you want, what would you buy? Well, someone who had that amount of money bought themselves a rare Matte White Himalaya Niloticus Crocodile Retourne Kelly 25 with diamonds at an auction. The bag is currently the most expensive bag in the world.

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Catch up on what happened earlier this week here.



Southeast Asia’s fashion scene is beginning to catch up to the West’s – and we’re not complaining! Here are the rising designers from different parts of the region you should definitely watch out for, courtesy of cleo.com.sg.

Ong Shunmugam

Malaysian-born, Singapore-based Priscilla Shunmugam created Ong Shunmugam to cater to modern women who are still in touch with their history and culture. Her designs are the result of a beautiful marriage between the old (traditional textile techniques) and the new (modern design).

Ving Ming

Moved by the avant-garde spirit but grounded by practicality and functionality, Singaporean-born, Malaysia-based Ving Ming launched his namesake label to express his edgy creativity through handmade shoes.