There are many ways to jazz up an outfit, but our favourite one is by putting on statement accessories. It's an easy way to make an otherwise simple ensemble look more alive and popping. For inspiration, we're looking at these picks from the Clozette Community.
What to expect from Season 9
After delivering eight seasons of Filipino fashion at its finest, Panasonic Manila Fashion Festival is gearing to "move towards evolution" for their ninth season. Here's what you can expect to see from 16 to 19 October at the Marquee Tent at Edsa Shangri-la in the Philippines.
Expect to see breathtaking offerings from your favourite local designers. With themes ranging from "Chameleon Artisan" to "Disco Mermaid," your eyes are set to enjoy a feast. Plus, there are also a few international designers to watch out for.
We're eager to see the designs — no question! But we're also interested to gain more insight into content creation and the worlds of fashion, film and beauty through lifestyle talks that will commence before the shows.
Looks — not just style-wise — will be served. We're also looking forward to the beauty looks that will complement the pieces that will be paraded down the runway.
Face of the Philippines
Learn more about the event and register to join here.
The latest news to ease your Monday blues
What better way to start the week than with fashion and beauty news that are hot off the press? Take a break from your tedious Monday by scrolling through the latest happenings below.
Huxley Skincare lands in Singapore
Need a new skincare brand to satisfy your K-beauty fix? Good news! Korean skincare brand Huxley has finally arrived in Singapore. Taking its chic, minimalist and luxurious allure to this region, the brand comes to SG with the introduction of its new selection of cleansers namely the Cleansing Oil; Deep Clean, Deep Moist and Cleansing Foam; Deep Clean, Deep Moist. Grab these new releases and more Huxley favourites online via huxley.sg and in-store at M Beauty at Metro Centrepoint.
Uniqlo opens its biggest store in South East Asia
The Japanese fashion retail brand that champions 'all things basic' has chosen Manila as the location of its biggest flagship store in Southeast Asia, which is approximately 4,100 square meters in size. The store, their 52nd branch in the Philippines, is the fourth largest in market and store count outside Japan.
Supermodel offsprings taking the reins in beauty's biggest houses
We've all heard about Cindy Crawford's daughter Kaia Gerber owning the runways and signing various modelling campaigns. Just recently, she was listed as the new ambassador of YSL beauty. But she's not the only supermodel daughter who's been snagging the spotlight. Kate Moss' 16-year-old daughter Lila has just been unveiled as Marc Jacob Beauty's new face — talk about a massive thing to add to your portfolio as your first beauty campaign ever, right? With the rise of these modelling 'legacies', we can't help but wonder whose supermodel daughter or son will be making their name in the industry next.
Fenty Beauty introduces Chill Owt Holiday Collection
Queen Rih knows just how to keep our makeup-loving hearts bursting with excitement as Fenty Beauty teases a new collection that will make your holiday makeup popping like there's no tomorrow. Perfect for your plans for this festive season, the gorgeous Chill Owt metallic crayons, both in warm and cool shades, claim to work as your eyeshadow, eyeliner, lip liner or lipstick. Keep your shopping carts ready as this will go on sale on the Fenty Beauty website and on Sephora on 12 October.
Coach celebrates reopening at Marina Bay Sands
Last 5 October, Coach announced the reopening of its store at The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands through a special and exclusive event. The official ribbon cutting was headed by brand ambassador Kiko Mizuhara with brand executives, President of Coach Asia Giorgio Sarne and General Manager of Coach Southeast Asia and Oceania Emmanuel Ruelland. The brand’s distinctive modern luxury concept is very prominent in the store, showcasing leather and natural wood finishes inspired by a sophisticated yet playful New York vibe.
Dating app Bumble plans to launch skincare line
No luck finding love through dating apps? Then maybe you should swipe right to give your skin some loving instead. Dating-turned-casual-networking app Bumble's CEO Whitney Wolfe Herd recently said in an interview that the company is now looking into working with dermatologists and psychotherapists to create a skincare line that aims to address not just skin issues but also its relationship and connection with mental health. Sadly, it's still unclear as to when the solid plans for this interesting take on skincare will fully launch, but it sure piqued our interest enough for us to keep our eyes peeled for any progress.