FAVE 5: Spring Awakening | Clozette

We may not have spring on this side of the world, but that's not gonna stop us from wearing frocks in fresh colours and with fun patterns. If you're looking for fun fashion inspiration, you came to the right place. These ladies from the Community are slaying spring dressing all-year-round.


Pink and floral


(Photo from: cforcassan)


Clean and fresh


(Photo from: axdelwen)





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We hope your Monday was not as manic as we all dread. Well, if it were, we're hoping these fun bits of news from the worlds of fashion and beauty can turn that around.


Bey in Glossier



Beyonce has debuted a yet-to-be-launched product from Glossier at the 60th Grammy Awards. The singer's makeup artist Sir John has been quoted saying how he likes using the brand's Cloud Paint on Beyonce. For the look above, however, our eyes are on Bey's eyes. Is Glossier releasing eyeshadow? We can't wait to find out.


Head on with Hedi



LVMH's Chief President Bernard Arnault has shared his thoughts about Hedi Slimane at the head of Celine. "Everything is in place for this brand to achieve quite exceptional growth," Arnault said in a statement, according to WWD.


Gucci Gang



We're sure your feed is filled with Gucci everything, too. And it's not just because of the algorithm. Gucci did get a lot of attention last year and continues to gain traction. Is this the era of Gucci and will you be part of their gang (if you aren't yet)?


The next one's IT



After Tarte Cosmetics got a taste of people's wrath on the internet for their much-awaited Shape Tape foundation, IT Cosmetics is the next brand to be called out for the shade range of their latest offering. IT is releasing a full coverage moisturiser, but people are not happy with the lack of inclusivity in the range. 


(Cover photo from: @glossier)



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After the remarkable 'blackout' during the Golden Globes Awards, support for the Time's Up movement was once again seen when artists showed up at the 2018 Grammy Awards wearing a white rose to raise awareness and show solidarity for the advocacy against harassment and inequality. The white rose is said to "symbolise respect, pays homage to new beginnings and expresses hope for the future." 


For us, there's nothing more on-trend than being aware of and making a statement on a timely issue. We applaud everyone who took a stand, but we can't help but find favourites. Here are some eye-catching ways celebrities wore the white rose. 


Lady Gaga



Although we miss her eccentric red carpet looks from back in the day, Lady Gaga still impressed us with this number from Armani. She was clad in a lace top and leggings, and a skirt with a voluminous train. The white rose was not out of place in the ensemble as it was elegantly pinned on the right side of her top.


Janelle Monáe



Janelle Monáe surprised everyone when she showed up in her Dolce & Gabbana floral suit. This is definitely a fresh look for her, as she deviated from her usual black and white outfits. A statement pin in white rose is fittingly displayed on her lapel. The look, which she displayed on the red carpet, seems like a prelude to her powerful speech at the program, where she said, "We come in peace, but we mean business."


Miley Cyrus



Miley Cyrus looked radiant and powerful in this skinny silhouette pantsuit from Jean Paul Gaultier. She carried a long-stemmed rose to go with her sleek look. We can't help but think that this ensemble is something that grown-up Hanna Montana would wear if the show were still airing today.


Miley sang Tiny Dancer with Elton John in one part of the program.


Lana Del Rey



Lana Del Rey showed up on the red carpet looking dreamy as ever in a custom Gucci dress accessorised with a starry halo, and the white rose in the form of a corsage. The whole vibe of the look reminds us of the goddesses in Greek mythology — it's very ethereal and angelic.



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