Will You Go Vegan For Lifetime Beyoncé Concert Tickets? | Clozette

We've all made jokes about the things we'd be willing to do for lifetime access to our favourite concerts. But if the opportunity presents itself, would we really go to lengths to actually go through with it? That's the question everyone started asking when Beyoncé posted on 1 February about The Green Print Project, where she invites people to give a "positive impact [to] have in the world by eating plant-based meals." The website says that by sharing your 'Greenprint', you can get a chance to win Beyoncé and Jay-Z concert tickets for life. You read that right — FOR LIFE. 

Now, here's the thing. The project doesn't really ask you to go 100% vegan for Beyoncé so hooray for every meat-lover who's already starting to shed tears. From small lifestyle changes like practising Meatless Mondays or plant-based meals for breakfast to going plant-based on weekdays or all your workdays, the project gives you the chance to pledge to the cause depending on the extent of your own capacity. So there you have it. No need to swear into veganism to party with Queen Bey. Whew!


Still, if this got you thinking about trying the vegan life, we know that the thought of kale, buckwheat and bland veggies might be the usual downsides that make you want to not try it after all. But that's not necessarily the case, you know? Follow these Instagrammers for vegan food ideas that will woo even the non-vegans' tastebuds.


When he's not out taking gorgeous adventure shots and breathtaking landscape photos, self-dubbed visual storyteller Adrian Howell shares his vegan recipes on side Instagram account. Scrolling through his colourful feed is enough to have your mouth watering and his ingredient list is friendly for those who are just starting out with this lifestyle. 


Yep, you are not looking at chicken wings! Mary Mattern's Instagram feed will make you ask, "What is vegan?" It showcases familiar food such as burgers, sushi, doughnuts and more without giving a hint of kale and lettuce at all. If you're someone who wants to take the healthier route without foregoing the indulgence, this account is a great one to get food inspiration from. 


You won't be betraying your sweets-loving palate with food from Kai Nora's feed. We're talking pancakes, cookies, cinnamon rolls and more being given the vegan treatment. The best part? From the looks to the taste, even your dairy-loving friends would get on board with it and might even have them convinced and partially converted.


Don't be fooled by her Instagram handle as Dana Shultz's food presentation is anything but minimal. What's minimal about her recipes are the ingredients needed and the time frame of prep, all perfect everyone who's always on the go. Plus, with all the divide going on between vegan and non-vegans, her bio greeting 'all eaters welcome' is the positivity we need. 


If you're more for dynamic content that's not just centred on veganism, Steph Yu is someone definitely worth following. Putting the straightforward words of her Instagram handle to life, her feed has more than just vegan recipe ideas as she also delivers her dose of positive quotes, healthy and happy eating diaries, and an overall motivational online presence.

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Aside from trying vegan recipes, here are other ways to improve your wellness this year.



What's one quick way to add a burst of playfulness to your photos? Our Community has nailed it. Just check out these snaps with a splash of pink in their backgrounds to prove that posing with this hue makes any photo reach next level fab. 

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An array of hues

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Hear ye, hear ye! We're ending the week with a huge variety of news that will make you laugh, wonder, gasp and get giddy. From Justin Bieber's Yeezy-esque clothing line to a new nail trend that's taking over Instagram, scroll on to see our lineup of headlines curated just for you in today's Insider Roundup. 


Justin Bieber launches unisex streetwear line

We all know that J. Biebs loves sporting baggy tees, slouchy sweaters and gym shorts on an everyday basis. But he takes this aesthetic to the next level to show us that we can channel his chill vibe, too, through his new clothing line, Drew House. Following a utilitarian feel reminiscent of Kanye's Yeezy, it is reported that the price point of Drew House is definitely friendlier than the former and are geared towards young streetwear lovers who share the same carefree and casual style as the Find You singer.

ZARA jumps on the logo change train


After the recent Kate Spade rebranding and other heritage brands getting a label redesign, ZARA also announced that their old logo is following suit and biting the dust. Coming in with a new overly-kerned design, most fans seem to have mixed feelings about this change and have spurred an unsurprising amount of memes as expected. 

Ariana Grande's barbeque grill tattoo


Talk about a classic case of bad ink! Ari recently got a tattoo as a nod to her 7 Rings song but we wish she stuck to English instead. She initially posted a photo of her new tattoo showing Japanese characters to represent the song's title but while each character meant 'seven' and 'circles' respectively, together they translated to 'Japanese barbeque grill'. After a huge wave of comments online, Ari then tried to correct her tattoo by consulting with her language tutor but again made the mistake to put the correction character below the tattoo than above it. And as Japanese characters are read from top to bottom, right to left, the tattoo now reads 'Japanese barbeque finger'.

But that's not the end of it! Some fans, however, are coming to Ariana's defence by correcting actual Japanese people who are pointing out the mistake by saying that if you read it left to right, it reads 'seven rings'. We're not sure if the plot will thicken even more but for us, there are two main points to this scenario: one, kanji is really hard to deal with, and two, without proper learning, guidance and deep cultural understanding of something foreign, you might want to stick to something familiar before permanently marking it to your body. 

Louis Vuitton launches wireless earbuds

Even if people made a lot of fun of Apple's AirPods when it launched, it was still immediately embraced by their consumers. And now, taking the wireless earbuds to new heights is luxury label Louis Vuitton who are launching their own set for a whopping USD995 a pair. The design is said to be available in white, red, black and blue LV stripes. While it's not available for purchase yet, famous personalities like Miley Cyrus and Jeffree Star have already teased the product in their respective social media platforms. We can only guess that this move will spark a new wave of luxe earbuds from other labels in the months to come.

A new nail trend?

Nude nails are no longer the It trend as Essie celebrity manicurist Michelle Saunders announced that muted nails are the new thing. Taking dustier monochromatic tones and splashing your 'tips with them is not exactly the most groundbreaking trend that we expected, but hey, it's chic, pretty and something we can definitely get behind. 

Onitsuka Tiger launches new store at Takashimaya Shopping Centre

The premium lifestyle brand has opened its doors at Takashimaya Shopping Centre. The celebration of the opening aimed to represent the blending of Japanese heritage and present modernity as well as to showcase the latest Onitsuka Tiger collections. Local Singaporean personalities including Bonnie Loo, Chase Tan, Munah Bagharib and Kewei Tay were present at the event where guests were treated to a range of interactive activities. 

Burger & Lobster to launch in Singapore

Announcing its second store in Asia, London-born dining hotspot Burger & Lobster is one of the restaurants you should watch out for at the opening of Jewel Changi Airport.  To be located at Canopy Park, Jewel’s topmost floor, diners will be treated not just to great food but also the spectacular views of the verdant landscaping and the majestic 40-metre high Rain Vortex. If Jewel Changi's opening already has you hyped, then we're sure this announcement sealed the deal even further. 

Snidel and Fray I.D land in Takashimaya Shopping Centre

Japanese ready-to-wear brands Snidel and Fray I.D, founded by Creative Director Hiroyuki Kondo, arrive at Takashimaya Shopping Centre and bring in a gorgeous mix of bohemian and streetwear vibe in their respective lines. Perfectly made for busy city ladies who never skip out on style, their boutiques are perfect for you to drop by and scout for your next favourite fashion picks.

(Cover photo from: @drewhouse; @justinbieber)

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