Since it's officially summer, we're already planning out our wardrobe for the season. And right now the hottest prints we're looking at are tropical-inspired ones. Below are some of our inspirations as seen in the Community.
Wednesdays are usually humdrum. But not for us — and the beauty and fashion industries. There's always something exciting going on, and you bet we'll be the first ones to look for and learn about them. Here's what you need to know right now.
ZALORA has launched their premium page. Curated especially for shoppers with a discerning taste in style in Singapore, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Malaysia, ZALORA Premium offers an assortment of products from brands people already love as well as premium products exclusively created for the site. Check out ZALORA Premium for women here.
Zara Augmented Reality
Zara will offer an augmented reality experience for shoppers worldwide for two weeks with the help of the Zara AR app. You can position your smartphone at store windows, centrally located podiums, and atop e-commerce boxes to see models Lea Julian and Fran Summers "come to life" as 7 to 12-second sequences on the screen of shoppers' smartphones. Experience it at Ngee Ann City, ION Orchard, Marina Bay Sands, and [email protected] stores on 12 April.
Milk Makeup has hinted at a new release on 20 April. So far their teaser only says "Something Dope" will be unveiled but no one knows what it will be. Some have guessed that it's an eyeshadow palette for smokey eye looks while others said it could be anything that's cannabis-infused since Milk is a vegan makeup brand.
Guerlain Meteorites are already pretty to begin with, so their latest iteration — a colourful one in rainbow packaging — is just out-of-this-world gorgeous.
Maison Christian Dior
Swing by the first-ever Maison Christian Dior travel retail pop-up in Asia Pacific at Changi Airport and get yourself a bottle or two of their fragrances, which now come in a 40ml-variant.
Now, check out what you may have missed at the start of the week here.
Move over Millennial Pink, Gen-Z Yellow is the newest "it" colour that’s taking over. Generation Z’ers (those who are born in the late 1990s and early 2000s) are calling this shade between gold and mustard their own and claiming that it will soon dethrone all rose-hued façades from cafés, restaurants, shops, and products.
The shade, seen on the Spring/Summer 2018 runways of Derek Lam, Jacquemus, Rodarte, Kenzo and Carolina Herrera, might be hard to pull off for some. But there are tons of ways to incorporate it into your everyday life — from clothing, accessories, and beauty products. Below are five ways to get you started with wearing the happy colour.
Mansur Gavriel Circle Crossbody Bag
The perfect addition and pop of colour to your monochromatic ensemble, this crossbody bag from Mansur Gavriel will add that playfulness to any outfit.
H&M Knitted Jumper
This knitted jumper from H&M is the ultimate transition from winter to spring and will make your day just as bright.
Tory Burch Flared Pants
Want to add a little flair to your outfit? This pair of Tory Burch flared pants is the statement piece you’re looking for, which you can either dress up or down.
Comfort is key and flats are pretty much in this season. These Zara loafers will make you look put together from meeting rooms to date night.