Nestled in Orchard’s most prominent corner is Louis Vuitton’s Time Capsule pop-up. The smooth-surfaced mini building is guaranteed to pique the curiosity of passersby with its sleek, futuristic structure. Having journeyed to cosmopolises along the likes of Berlin and Hong Kong, the travelling exhibition houses the French maison’s historical pieces which dates all the way from 1854 to the present day. It kicked off with a massive fete last week, attended by local big names to South Korean actress Lee Sung Kyung, who dressed in Louis Vuitton’s preppy-chic Resort 2018 look.

While in South Korea’s capital, Dior Beauty’s The Art of Colour exhibition featuring archival makeup looks created by creative director Peter Philips, Serge Lutens, and Tyen, made its Asian debut with a bang too. Ambassador Bella Hadid was in attendance, before hitting the streets of Seoul in her favourite Matrix shades and all-black pieces, save for her calf-length denim vest.

Not too far away was Tokyo Fashion Week taking place. The buzziest moment of the fashion fest? Japan’s most prominent au courant names, Sacai and Undercover, sharing the catwalk in a joint fashion show of both the label’s Spring 2018 collections which were first unveiled in Paris earlier this month.

From Tyler the Creator’s Tokyo Fashion Week get-up to Hari Nef’s birthday suit, here are the week’s best fashion ’Grams you might have missed.

(Main and featured images: Louis Vuitton)

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In Singapore last week, Korean star Lee Sung Kyung swung by Louis Vuitton’s Time Capsule exhibition opening party.

#LVTimeCapsule

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Dressed in a Matrix-meets-street ensemble, Bella Hadid found herself in Seoul, literally, courtesy of her Bulgari billboard ad.

“Got lost and then found myself again???????? In Seoul ????????????”

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Sacai and Undercover, two of Japan’s biggest young exports shared the stage at Tokyo Fashion Week.

“Sacai×UNDERCOVER 10/20 #UNDERCOVER #sacai”

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Also in Tokyo was rapper Tyler the Creator who sat front row for Sacai x Undercover’s joint show.

“THE JELLIES; SUNDAY NIGHT; ADULT SWIM”

 

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Solange Knowles starred in a special Evening Standard hair feature with a sculptural braid designed by hair artist Joanne Petit-Frére. The zine notoriously cut out said braid from its cover, earning a snappy protest from the singer in the form of an Instagram post captioned, “dtmh”, short for her Don’t Touch My Hair single.

“See you at the Greek theater tonight, and Sunday ???? #orionsrise”

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Here’s another way to sport your Riccardo Tisci x Nike merch: Model Winnie Harlow paired her logo tee with mid-thigh high Fendi booties.

“I just had a epiphany, I need to go to Tiffany’s! @Fendi on my slippers, and my cookies always slippery – @NickiMinaj

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Transgender model Hari Nef celebrated her 25th birthday the best way possible, courtesy of Gucci.

“It’s my f*cking birthday okay baby honey #hn25”

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Tank’s fashion director Caroline Issa displayed her fervent penchant for the season’s ‘It’ shade in head-to-toe pink.

“When even your coffee cup matches your outfit, you know you have a ????????????????????????  problem #ThinkPink”

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Hanneli Mustaparta had hers sorted by way of Acne Studio’s pink-tinted retro shades and Nordic designer Pierre Robert’s semi-sheer crop top.

“Menace in Venice ????”

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With her bad gal ’tude and relish for the boldest of colours, model-DJ Sita Abellan has never failed in making us sit up and pay attention to her daily threads.

“✨”