#WhyWeWearBlack: Our Favourite Golden Globes 2018 Looks | Clozette

It's awards season once again, friends. Aside from the winners, we're of course zeroing in on the fashion show-stoppers. But at this year's Golden Globe Awards, we're treated to more than just fashion fanfare. Most everyone who attended the event was clad in black in solidarity with women from across the globe, who are fighting against abuse and inequality — giving a different meaning to the term "making a statement with your outfit." We love all the women who supported the initiative but allow us to play favourites. Here are our picks. 

Tracee Ellis Ross

The Black-ish star looked equal parts fresh and regal in her Marc Jacobs dress and turban combo. Rumours that stars who will attend the 75th Golden Globe Awards started swirling in December after the series of exposes revealed the systematic abuse in the entertainment industry (as well as other industries).

Millie Bobby Brown

Millie Bobbie Brown looks elegant yet playful in her Calvin Klein number. While we can't confirm whether the dress Brown is wearing was conceived in a different colour, many designers said they were asked to remake the stars' chosen dresses in black. One of them is Naeem Khan, who originally made a gold dress for Christina Hendricks.

Kendall Jenner

Kendall Jenner attended wearing a Giambattista Valli gown. Those who have posted photos of their looks on Instagram have used the hashtags #WhyWeWearBlack as another way to show their support for the campaign against abuse. Some also used #TimesUp, to give light to the Time's Up Legal Defense Fund, which helps provide legal assistance to individuals who have been victims of sexual harassment in the workplace. 

America Ferrera and Natalie Portman

America Ferrera wore a suit to balance out her all-sequin dress. Meanwhile, Natalie Portman went for medieval vibes with her velvet, long-sleeved dress. Aside from wearing black, Portman also made a statement when she presented the nominees for the Best Director category, calling out how there were no female directors included in the list. 

Halle Berry

Halle Berry deviated from the usual long gowns and dresses worn in such formal occasions and opted for a mini lace dress — an apt choice for a gathering filled with statements and going against the grain. Apart from wearing black, some stars have also donated money to the Time's Up Legal Fund to show their support.

(Cover photo from: @milliebobbybrown)

Learn more about Time's Up here.



We're already gearing up for another working week. How was your weekend? Well, if it was quite uninspired, here are some things that might change your outlook. Fun new releases and pieces of news up ahead!


We're sure you've already heard about the MAC Cosmetics x Patrick Starrr collaboration. But here's a better piece of news: the collection will be released in the Philippines! Get your hands on Patrick's Powder (PHP2,000), Patrick Woo matte lipstick (PHP1,050) and other products from the collaboration at select stores in the PH in February.

Hollywood Flawless Filter

It looks like Charlotte Tilbury is hiding something in her sleeve. The makeup artist to celebrities has teased a new product from her makeup line. It looks like a foundation with a luminous finish called Hollywood Flawless Filter.

The Beauty of Dreams

SK-II is taking inspiration from the beauty of dreams for Chinese New Year. To celebrate, the brand's iconic product, the Facial Treatment Essence, will come in a limited edition bottle. Wrapped in auspicious red and inspired by the Chinese character for dreams, the SK-II FTE will be the perfect CNY gift for the empowered women in your lives. Get yours now until 28 March. 

The Meghan Markle bag

The Meghan Markle effect is real, friends. After being photographed carrying the Strathberry Midi Tote bag, it sold out immediately. The bag is in the process of being restocked, and now bears the name of Markle. You can pre-order the bag here.

(Cover photo from: @patrickstarrr)

See what you may have missed last week here.



Wow, we're almost done with the first working week of 2018! How's the new year treating you so far? We're still on a high from the festivities, but we're also already easing our way back into the hustle. One of the many things we're doing to reacquaint ourselves with the busy-ness is reading up on the latest and hottest. Here are just some of the things we've picked up.

Song Hye Kyo for Sulwhasoo

After 10 years of being the face of LANEIGE, Song Hye Kyo is moving on to a new chapter. The Korean superstar, chosen for her charm and timeless beauty, is now the muse of Korean luxury skincare brand Sulwhasoo. 

H&M's "affordable luxury"

H&M is introducing another brand on its roster. Catering to millennials who value quality over quantity, the Swedish brand will launch Nyden, a store that offers "affordable luxury."

MAC x Jeremy Scott

Jeremy Scott has teased his makeup collection with MAC Cosmetics. The collection includes a boombox-shaped eyeshadow palette, a lip palette shaped like a cassette tape, and blushers packaged like a CD. The collection will be released in the U.S. in February.

Louboutin Lash Amplifying Lacquer

New additions to the Louboutin Beaute line have been announced. Say hello to the Lash Amplifying Lacquer and the Loubibelle Beauty Oil. Both products will be available in the U.S. in February.

See what you may have missed earlier this week here.