Frozen Frames For Rabeanco's Fall/Winter 2015 | Clozette
Rabeanco's Fall/Winter 2015 Collection is out and it is giving us the chills. Entitled as “Frozen Frames,” their latest collection captures the poetic dialogue between the changing environment and the life forms. New types of leather are introduced in this season, alongside the fan favourites. 



The classic cow leather is finished with a smooth and matte effect. Durability is increased while instilling a sense of futurism, while the Lamb shearling offers a soft and sensuous hand feel with the wool left on the leather. It is the perfect piece for winter wardrobe coordination. Vegetable tanned sheep skin has a natural, organic look and texture which retains the genuine beauty of leather to the highest level. It will further soften over time with age and use.     
 


What we love are the fluid, organic, and minimalist silhouettes of the bags' style and structure that suit both work and leisure. Form and function hits an impeccable balance perfect for the chic and confident contemporary lady. The season’s colour palette is also classic--featuring snow whites, icy blues, mercury, dark forest, night shade, lavender fog, jet black, pea coat and steeple grey--perfect as we transition into Fall/Winter hues. 

So if you're looking for a new bag for the Fall/Winter season, drop by a Rabeanco boutique to view the collection in person.

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* all product shots from charleskeith.com


To commemorate Singapore's Golden Jubilee, one of our favourite bags and accessories brand, Charles & Keith, has just launched a limited edition SG50 bag that features a bold shade of red, synonymous with the nation’s state colour.  



 

This boxy messenger bag with contrast black piping and edgy metal hardware detail is perfect for both your casual and glam looks. It's also dual purpose as it includes a strap that is removable and can be carried as a clutch. What's not to love?




Retailing at SGD 69.90, they are now available in limited pieces and sold exclusively on www.charleskeith.com


Click here to puchase your own SG50 Bag

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Fashion is one big cycle--whatever is in today may not be in again next year, and whatever the style was in the past can definitely make it's way back again in our time today. That's what we found it when we looked at the Fashion Community for our usual OOTD Roundup spotting. It made us take a trip down fashion memory lane with retro ensembles, bright-coloured looks, and a dash of grunge outfits.


Here are the top 5 flashback fashion OOTDs that made it to our list!


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axdelwen

(clozette.co/axdelwen)




The 1990s alongside music icon Kurt Cobain has given us the now-urban and rebellious style that is called Grunge. It's a style where black is a staple, thrift store finds are considered more precious that signature brands, and leather items are a must have. Such is this look from Clozette Ambassador axdelwen--a 90s-inspired look with a modern flair. 

Aggynuguid

(clozette.co/Aggynuguid)




One of the things we love most about the 70s was its Retro style. It embraced bright and neon colours, a touch of glamour, and eye-catching accessories. This look by Clozette Ambassador Aggynuguid  was definitely a reflection of that era. And of course, who wouldn't love an all-pink look as pretty as this? 



Aggylow

(clozette.co/Aggylow)




Clozette Ambassador Aggylow's look is a modern take on the retro style with muted, pastel yellow as her top, scallop hemline, and white as a casual-glam piece that balances the whole ensemble. Her platform sandals remind us of the 2000s as well. So it's safe to say that this look gives us the best of both the 70s and the early 2000s. 



cristinadecena

(clozette.co/cristinadecena)




The matchy-matchy trend is not new in the fashion world. In fact, it dates back to the 70s when everyone was sporting the coordinated look. Now it has found its way back to our community's through our very own Clozette Ambassador cristinadecena. We love the print on these pieces, the colour choice is refreshing, and that headband is a must-have accessory!



nadineodelia

(clozette.co/nadineodelia)




If you think Monochrome is a new trend, you've been fooled. Monochrome is just a rehashed and refashioned term for the original Mod style back in the 60s. It's a trend so big that it became a subculture that found inspiration from modern jazz music. Thus this look by clozetter nadineodelia was an absolute standout. It's all that jazz. 



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