Her Fabulousness At Sky Grandé Prix 2016 | Clozette
What’s a Formula 1 season without the after-parties? Last week saw us -- along with our members and ambassadors -- hitting up day one of Sky Grandé Prix 2016, thanks to Vanilla Luxury. Aptly themed Her Fabulousness, the party was all about glamming up for the season. Who else but the Clozette crowd to flag off in style?

Our fashionable Clozette Ambassadors & Star Clozetters came together with lychee martinis in one hand and impeccable style in the other. While they mingled, they were treated to complimentary beauty services thanks to Vaniday’s beauty booths. Other than express manicure services, makeup and massage services were also available to glam and perk guests up -- a glamorous kick off to the exciting F1 season. 

Capping off the F1 party was a stunning panoramic view of the Formula 1 racetrack and the famed Singapore skyline on level 45 of Singapore Land Tower. Not only were partygoers treated to the amazing view, they also caught a glimpse of the newly renovated Empire.

Scroll down to check out the exciting happenings of the evening!

We started off the night to remember with tons of photos by the Sky Grandé Prix photo wall

Party-goers including the Clozette Ambassadors showed off their OOTDs to party the night away

Guests also got to catch a glimpse of the newly renovated EMPIRE

We also indulged in pampering services courtesy of Vaniday's various beauty booths!

Cheers to our friends from Vanilla Luxury for this absolutely fun and fabulous experience!


Find out more about Sky Grande Prix 2016 here and make sure you stay on the lookout for more amazing fashion, beauty, and lifestyle event scoops here on ClozetteINSIDER. 


The signature London fashion style is vintage-yet-visionary and modernist-yet-poetic, much like its architecture, literature, and culture. This is why it has always been one of the places that we always keep our eyes on when it comes to fashion. Its rich and vibrant culture undeniably captures our aesthetic, serving as the home for various style inspirations, whether it be in the runways or our favourite street style looks. 

And Radley's range of expertly crafted and artisanally inspired bags are the perfect parallel to the playful, chic, and adventurous London style. Taking inspiration from various towns and elements that is uniquely Londoner, we can't help but fall in love with their bag styles that showcase a range of unconventional new shapes and surprising colour combinations.

So if you're still looking for the perfect complement to your fall wardrobe and would want to sport a too-cool-to-care London girl vibe, here are our top picks from Radley's A/W 2016 Collection to get you started!



From its structures, natural sights, and artistic history, London is truly an inspiration when it comes to both small and big scale creativity. And patterned from the city's modernist architecture, Hardwick's bold and rectangular shapes create a striking silhouette that's both bold and chic. Give your structured outfit an extra edge with this sleek must-have.


Any bag list wouldn't be complete without this wardrobe essential. This range of simple saddle bags crafted from Radley's finest leather, features a unique, handcrafted whipstitch trim that gives the piece a delicate, yet classy design.



Celebrating the unique and diverse style of the city, Abbey's distinct shape and three-way colour palette will make you stand out from the crowd. Whether you wear it as a cross body or stylish grab bag, the Abbey is the perfect bag to take you from day to night.



From your makeup pouch to your tablet, here's a bag to suit your go-getter 'tude! Named after the laidback, leafy London suburb, these winged bags are an ideal addition to both your work and weekend style.



Definitely a spark of genius, Newton's boxy and vintage-inspired look adds more flair to your outfit. With a striking colour-block design and bow detail, any monochrome outfit will have its much needed pop of scene-stealing element with this chic piece.


Check out Radley's Autumn/Winter 2016 Collection in Shangri-La Plaza Mandaluyong in the Philippines. 


Fashion week season has fashionistas all over the world clamouring to put together the chicest looks that can take them from the front row to the most coveted fashion parties in Kuala Lumpur, New York, and London. So we're looking back at some of the fashion picks we put together in collaboration with our friends from Rent-A-Dress during our stay in Kuala Lumpur for KL Fashion Week — bringing ease and luxury to our fashion week experience.

Travelling to a fashion destination for fashion week means having to pack a luggage full of outfits that'll last the entire week (or more!). But what if you could have a stylist to help you put together outfits at your fashion destination so you don't have to bring tons of luggage? All you need to bring are shoes, makeup, accessories, and you're good to go! So with Clozette covering all five days of KL Fashion Week, Rent-A-Dress took charge of our fashion looks and dressed us for selected shows throughout KL Fashion Week.

Watch the video as we unbox the looks put together by Rent-A-Dress for our KL Fashion Week coverage, then keep scrolling to see more of the outfits we wore to Fashion Week.

Dressing Up For A Glam Evening Show

On Becks: Kiss Me Carmen by Monique Lhuillier / On Lystra: Taffeta Gown by Aidan Mattox

For the evening show for HuaWei Night, we decided to dress up a little bit more. After all, when you're at fashion week, always have a day (or night) in mind when you go all out and dress up -- enjoying how fun and glam fashion can be.

A Touch Of Sophistication With Lace

On Kersie: Maroon Marvel by Monique Lhuillier

Our Co-Founder and Creative Director picked this sweet lace dress by Monique Lhuiller for the AirAsia Runway Show, with her hair and makeup all glammed up and done for the front row. 

Daytime Chic

On Becks: Fantasia Organza Dress by Self Portrait / On Lystra: Bronze Happy Hour by Bariano

For a bit of daytime chic, we went with these fun dresses from Self Portraint and Bariano -- perfect for looking chic while dashing from the front row to backstage for a chat with the designers.

Last Day Of Fashion Week

On Becks: Lace Mix Shirt Dress by Self Portrait / On Kersie: Zalora / On Lystra:  Something Borrowed

For the last day of fashion week, we went with looks that we knew best. And that meant a mix of lace, a wrap-dress, and an A-line skirt. As it was the last show we attended as a team, we knew we wanted to finish the week strong in a coordinated colour palette.

So if you're ever in a fashion-fix, turn to our friends from Rent-A-Dress to provide you with designer dresses perfect for date-night or a formal ball gown affair. Visit www.rentadress.com.my for more details!

What would you wear to Fashion Week? Share it with us in the comments below!