ICYMI: Hailey Bieber marries Justin Bieber in Off-White, Louis Vuitton opens Singapore e-store, Choo Yilin takes a break
Fashion by the ‘gram
1. You can now purchase Louis Vuitton online in Singapore.
The French label has expanded its e-commerce arm to include Singapore so you may now shop the latest Louis Vuitton has to offer in the comfort of your beds. Its “White Glove Service” offers complimentary same- or next-day delivery, as well the “Click and Collect” option allows you to pick up your items at the Ngee Ann City store.
2. Hailey Bieber weds Justin Bieber in a gown by Virgil Abloh.
Though the pair obtained their marriage license last year, they waited to celebrate their nuptials with friends and family last week. Bieber’s custom Off-White gown designed by Virgil Abloh was a particular scene-stealer — the words “till death do us part” were written across its veil.
3. Choo Yilin takes a break.
Known for their exquisite jade creations, the local jeweller announced that they will be "taking a hiatus to reflect on our craft, our storytelling, and laying the foundation for the next chapter of our journey of love, heritage, and becoming."
4. Chloé works with UNICEF on a brand new campaign.
The three-year partnership will officially begin on 8 March 2020. Bracelets, necklaces, and T-shirts from the collaboration will be available online and in stores (in France, Japan, Korea, United Kingdom, and the United States) to support UNICEF programs that equip girls and young women from Bolivia, Jordan, and Tajikistan, among other nations, with digital and technology skills.
5. Kim Kardashian’s Skims shapewear line announces new launch.
Termed the “Cotton Collection”, the 15 October drop from Skims comprises underwear and lounge pieces made of, you guessed it, cotton.
6. You can now personalise your Dior sneakers.
Make the Walk'n'Dior sneakers truly your own — the service is now permanently available at the brand's ION Orchard store.
7. Superga drops another collabation with Alexa Chung.
Hot off the heels of Superga’s mashup with Love, Bonito, the Italian shoe label announced another partnership with Alexa Chung. Once again, the collection includes both high- and low-top sneakers, but this time, they embrace silk, prominent branding, and a new Mary Jane silhouette.
8. Victoria’s Secret’s latest campaign features transgender and plus-sized models.
Because brands such as Savage x Fenty and American Eagle’s Aerie have already been pushing for diversity for years now, is Victoria’s Secret latest move towards inclusivity too little too late? We hope not.