Insider Roundup: CHANEL Creates Makeup For Men & More | Clozette

We're ending this week with a bang. Here's your dose of the hottest and latest in the worlds of fashion and beauty.

Boy de Chanel

Chanel Beauty is extending its line to cater to men. Inspired by Coco Chanel's lover and muse, Boy Capel, Chanel will debut Boy de Chanel. Their first stop? South Korea. Fronting the campaign is actor Lee Dong Wook. Fans can already get their hands on a tinted fluid foundation, a matte lip balm and an eyebrow pencil starting 1 September.

Huda Beauty in SG

The Dubai-based blogger-entrepreneur's brand has finally reached Singapore. Ready your credit cards and get a hold of Huda Beauty bestsellers such as the Desert Dusk Eyeshadow Palette and the Lip Strobe. Shop here!

Heart Evangelista for Sequoia Paris

Filipino actress Heart Evangelista is the newest face of Parisian luxury brand Sequoia. The news comes just a few days after Heart, along with a few other fashionistas in Asia, appeared on a feature on Harper's Bazaar U.S., which dubbed them "Real Crazy Rich Asians."

LU MING TANG arrives in SG

A jar of skincare surrounded by a cup of tea, plants, and yogurt

Skincare inspired by the healing powers of tea is now in SG. Meet LU MING TANG, a French beauty label that's set to change the way you look at skincare. Discover their range at their store at Tangs Plaza.

Shiseido for Merdeka

Shiseido has a few treats in store for their fans in Malaysia right on time for Merdeka Day. Get gift treats, a makeup deal and snag a travel bag created by the brand with local design label Nala Designs. Make sure to visit Shiseido Malaysia counters today until the 26th and on the 31st of August to get a hold of these deals.

(Cover photo from: @bagaholicboy/CHANEL)

Take a look at what you may have missed earlier this week here.



In celebration of Anna Sui's 20th anniversary the brand is launching a collection called The Adventure Castle. Inspired by a mixture of whimsical and edgy aesthetic, the collection features a limited edition makeup coffret that are each designed from Sally, Marion and Bea's world. 

Each special box contains a Classic Rose Lipstick in a limited edition colour, a variety of their long-lasting waterproof eyeliner and last but not the least, the Anna Sui Nail Colour. In addition to these, the collection also includes an entire range of new face makeup, starting from base products, eyeshadow and cheek palettes and individual pots and pans. Top it all off with an antique-looking rose brush and stand for the complete doll-like beauty experience. 

Did that pique your interest? Check out a sneak peek into the collection by watching the video above. 


One word: shocked. 

That is how the beauty community — and makeup lovers alike — reacted to the news that Urban Decay is retiring their original Naked Palette. In a set of social media posts, including a video on their YouTube channel, the brand released a dramatic funeral for the cult favourite product, signalling that it is indeed the end of an era. 

And maybe it is. Considering that since its launch eight years ago, it has sold over 20 million palettes garnering about a billion dollars when it comes to sales and not to mention that it has its cult and makeup royalty status unchallenged — it's one of those iconic palettes you should have in your stash. The good news is the other varieties of the palette, the Naked 2, 3 and Heat, are still in circulation. 

Throwing one last shade — pun intended — to its competitors, the teaser of the 'funeral' video says: "Everyone has tried to copy you, but no one was able to capture your essence," claiming that the original Naked palette was indeed a game-changer in popularising the perfect nude and neutral eyeshadow combination and setting the pace for other brands. Given this, it is quite unclear why the brand decided to discontinue the product.

As a final bow to one of their most legendary products to date, the brand has announced that fans of the Naked palette can still grab it online and on retail stores while supplies last for 50% off. 

But once the supplies have flown off the shelves and are no more, the question lies: which nude palette should we reach for now that the OG is leaving? Well, don't fret! As we mentioned earlier, the Naked palette started a neutral eyeshadow makeup revolution due to its popularity, which resulted into some of the most worthy dupes. 

Maybelline The Nudes

A black eyeshadow palette 

USD11.99 (Photo from:

On a budget? This trusty palette from Maybelline gives just the right pigment and colour selection for a day-to-night look without having you break the bank. 

NYX Go-To Palette in Bon Voyage

An eyeshadow palette in a black casing

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This sleek palette combines both warm and cool tones that make it versatile for any mood and vibe. The three standout shades also double up as an illuminator, blush and bronzer, making the palette great if you're always on the go. 

Morphe 35K - 35 Colour Koffee Eyeshadow Palette

An opened eyeshadow palette with neutral tones

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Another favourite among beauty lovers, Morphe's palettes not only deliver when it comes to its shade selection versus price ratio but also gives great pigment and colour payoff. Maybe it'll skyrocket more into popularity with the OG Naked palette out of the picture? Who knows! 

Tarte Tartelette™ In Bloom Clay Eyeshadow Palette

An eyeshadow palette in golden casing

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Another amazing go-to if you're looking for a staple nude palette that also comes in the sleekest and chicest packaging is this gorgeous pick from Tarte.

(Cover photo from: @urbandecaycosmetics)