It's easy to forget and overlook problems in our society and concerns about the environment when we're too busy chasing our day-to-day deadlines. Sometimes, it can feel like we just don't have the time and resources to participate in charities even if we really want to. Thankfully, there are fashion brands that give back to society through the support of their customers. When you shop these brands, you're not just satisfying your fashion taste, you're also extending a helping hand.
Levi's Waste < Less Campaign
Uniqlo Factory Worker Empowerment Project
Fun adventures are what summer is all about. Make sure you’re dressed right for the occasion. Read on as cleo.com.sg dishes on styling tips with this season’s must-have accessories.
Add a cool vibe to any look while keeping your eyes protected from the harsh rays of the sun.
F21 Body Chain
Complement your summer bronzer with this fancy accessory.
Sophia Webster Slippers
These slip-ons are both comfy and stylish for all your summer plans.
Casetify phone case
Can it get any more ‘summer’ than this?
If, like us, you're all about getting surprised by things you learn, you're in for a treat. This week's Insider Roundup is going to inspire awws and ohs. Here are just a few of the fun things we discovered.
Nail polish that's not haram has come. Muslim girls and boys can now paint their nails freely with this collaboration between Muslim Girl and Orly.
Dress like Audrey
If you love Audrey Hepburn as much as you love nail polish, you'll love this. Sotheby's is auctioning off some of the late iconic actress' personal possessions, including a few clothes and some ballet flats.
A crystal wand?
What's the strangest thing you've seen a person carry in their bag? Right now, ours would have to be the crystal wand Miranda Kerr brings everywhere with her. The Aussie model says it's great for meditation and on acupressure points. (While this is new to us, it's apparently something a lot of famous people have been doing. Victoria Beckham has a crystal in her bag at all times, too.)
Wedding season has started in Southeast Asia, and we're super excited to see new trends. Before we dive into the pool of newness, though, we're taking a look back at how things were with this clip on 100 years of bridal hair.
Catch up on last week's happenings here.