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In case you missed it, the madness for the logos is more significant than ever, guided by the same logos that we liked in the '90s and early' 00s. Credits: Pinterest

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M.J Ortega
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This mariachi suits from Dolce Gabbana are everything  I love how the brand was inspired by Latin culture for this collection. All the pieces look so fun and I really liked the spontaneity of this photo.  #dolcegabbana #fashion #outfit #runway

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Meghan Markle has been in the fashion watch for the past few months as expected. Whether it's her Burberry coat, her welly boots, beret hat or Strathbery bag it's no surprise those products will sell out as soon as she's snapped sporting them. 


And while when it comes to her fashion sense her preference leans towards British designers, when it comes to make up she goes for Italian and Giorgio Armani to be exact. In an interview with Refinery 29, Lydia Sellers, Markle's make-up artist for two years before the Suits star moved to the UK revealed her affinity for Giorgio Armani's Luminous Silk Foundation. 

In that interview, Sellers revealed that Markle was very "in the know" about beauty and she could instantly tell which products she liked and which she didn't. She was also a fan of a light foundation that would let her freckles shine through. One of the ways to achieve this is by blending it with your moisturiser for an even lighter effect that leaves the skin to breathe and glow. 

This product is an all-round Bestseller with amazing reviews online! Get your perfect shade from our expert edit below and let your skin shine!#222222; background-color: transparent"> 

IMAGE CREDITS: Refinery29, Vanity Fair.

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Mittens? Our childhood warmers are a trend for Winter 2018. Having a nostalgia and a major throwback to our childhood, mittens are on trend this season. These cozy gloves will add cuteness to your winter outfit. Especially the suede ones are liked by the street style. Try out this trend because soon, it will be everywhere! #gloves #mittens #winterfashion #winter #trend #accessories

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LFW is the fashion industry's favourite week of the year, but it is also the most frantic and exhausting. This combination of too much caffeine, not enough sleep, heels, queuing and dashing between shows means that Editors across the board have a lot of funny anecdotes. It's chaos. Often fun, glamorous chaos. Often not. It's not actually possible for Editors to be in five places at once, if we could we would. So this results in frantically running around Soho whilst trying to Snapchat, Instagram and write reports. While also trying to not be caught red face and puffing by street style photographers. 


1. “Once, a colleague and I were queueing in the rain for a show that was running 40 minutes late. A faux fur clad lady in pointed satin slingbacks toting a mock croc handbag introduced herself to us as a freelance stylist and proceeded to regale us with tales about her assistant’s ability to worm her way backstage at any show. We swapped cards and later that evening, came across said stylist inside the show venue, crying as she sat on the steps of the main staircase.

She explained that she’d promised a PR contact she’d be at the show just gone but was refused entry on grounds that she was late and they were over capacity. She tearfully pleaded with us to send her photos of the show we’d snapped so she could pretend she’d been in attendance. We offered some kind words and sent her a couple of sub-par images but despite explaining that her PR contact probably [actually, MOST DEFINITELY] wouldn’t care she hadn’t made it, her tears ceased to flow the moment she downloaded the pictures. 

Pawing at her tear-streaked mascara, she suddenly stood upright at the arrival of her photographer beau, with whom she invited us to attend an after party. We politely declined and made our own way to dinner."

2. "What really annoys me are girls who have seats look at you like you're a peasant when you ask them to move up. You don't own the row of chairs"

3. "Every PR contact you've ever had will suddenly become your BFF. That woman you met once 2 years ago will send you five emails a day calling you 'babes' and saying how much they want to 'catch up'. You know they are just trying to fill out their event, but you go along with it because you know, goodie bags"

4. "Back in the days when I was an editor's assistant, she'd make me call around and plea for her to be seated on the FROW otherwise she wouldn't attend. It was very embarrassing, particularly because she wasn't as important as she liked to think. Very awks." 

5. "A friend of mine had handed her business card to a woman, and they had a chat about which shows they were going to attend. When my friend was told for the second time that she had already checked in somewhere she asked them to describe what the person looked like and pieced it together. This woman had been using my friend's business card to get into shows! Note to self: don't trust anyone, fashionistas can be cut throat". 

6) “While interning many LFW seasons ago, a friend and I were given two invites to attend a show for a well-known designer by our supervisor. Given that we were industry nobodies, we were unabashed at forcing our way through the crowds and plopped ourselves down in the second row so as to be on the receiving end of what appeared to be a substantial goodie bag. 

The goodie bag was substantial indeed. And while there were no new season sunglasses or iPods (goodie bags post 2010 just don’t compete), a vibrant embossed cushion featuring the fashion house’s name pleased us to no end. Squealing with delight, we plotted how to nab a few more of them before leaving. 

Those around us glanced our way with disapproving glares as we shoved cushions left, right, and centre into our tote bags from the empty chairs beside us (apparently, it’s FROW or nothing for some). Escaping from the clutches of any hawk-eyed PRs, we left quietly into the night. Months later, we saw the same embossed cushion being sold on eBay. If only we hadn’t grown attached to them in our shared flats…"

7) "There are so many crazy things I've witnessed at fashion week, but one that stands out is when a brawl almost started. If you're late to a show, you expect to stand as your seat has probably been taken. Some girls didn't take too well to this and began shoving the people in front of them, so they could see better (or, in other words, take better Instagram pics). This escalated as the girls in front, quite understandably, didn't like getting elbowed in the back. Security had to come over and ask them to calm it."


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Nah, you heard us right. Beyonce is pregnant with twins. This is the news the world needed! And no one can handle it. 


Queen B broke the news on Instagram, and then the internet. It's now the most liked Insta pic ever, overtaking Selena's reign. 

B captioned the post "We would like to share our love and happiness. We have been blessed two times over. We are incredibly grateful that our family will be growing by two, and we thank you for your well wishes. - The Carters. 

5 Year old Blue Ivy is going to have not one, but two new playmates. CUTE! 

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Our influencer for the week is the well-known stylist Prayag Menon (Insta handle: @prayagm_v). Prayag’s foray into the industry was incidental when he began styling shoots on his own at home, as an outlet for creative exploration. Completely self-taught and with no formal training, Prayag draws inspiration from his perspective on lifestyle, aspiration and the people he interacts with. His work resonates a sense of minimalism and timelessness. Read on to know more about him. 


1) Being a commercial pilot, how did you get into styling? 
A) I was always interested in fashion. Though the leap from pilot to stylist was a happy accident! My partner (photographer Porus Vimadalal) who’d recently entered the industry at the time was to collaborate on a test shoot with a stylist, but she had to cancel a day prior due to unforeseen circumstances; and I offered to jump in to style the shoot. I remember everyone really liked the shoot when it was out, and subsequent to that Porus encouraged me to start styling. I also started getting offers to work on other shoots and there was no looking back since. I am completely self-taught and have learnt consistently from each shoot I’ve worked on. 

2) What’s your personal style all about? 
A) Clean and restrained mostly. I like incorporating a sense of balance in terms of colours and silhouette. 

3) Do you remember your first fashion shoot? Tell us more about it. 
A) It was in the summer of 2013. We worked with some beautiful Roberto Cavalli gowns that a friend had recently acquired. The model was the beautiful Rasika Navare; now one of my closest friends. We shot a series of pictures in a studio and I still have that shoot in my portfolio; it's classic and beautiful. 

4) Who are the photographers you love working with and why? 
A) My partner Porus Vimadalal is definitely someone I love working with the most. I have learnt a great deal from him ever since I got into fashion. We have grown together in the industry and our aesthetics are completely aligned, which makes every shoot experience with him seamless and wonderful. 

5) What are some of the biggest challenges that you face as a stylist? 
A) One of the biggest challenges is dealing with commercial clients and a set brief which is not always familiar to your aesthetic. I have learnt from experience that it is necessary to stand by your opinion and choose how much you want to budge. It's fine to meet someone half way, but provided its mutual. 

6) What are some of the things you do to get inspired for a concept shoot? 
A) My work is straightforward in terms of fashion being the focal point. Inspiration arrives via many mediums; it could be a story I read somewhere, or someone I meet, or just my imagination. I then pick a trend which appeals to me and add it to connect the story. Conceptualisation and ideation are an organic process for me, I don't spend time consciously researching/studying or following a particular method. 

7) What are you currently working on? 
A) To name a few projects; I have a fashion editorial that is out in this month’s issue of ELLE India. I have also styled Verve Magazine's February cover story, and then I've worked on Miuniku's SS17 lookbook along with some more exciting projects releasing over the next few months. 

8) What would be a dream collaboration for you? 
A) I'd like to work with Marion Cotillard. 

9) What or who has greatly influenced your work and how? 
A) The women I've met in my life have played a huge role in the development of my work. These aren't necessarily women who are in the fashion industry; they come from diverse backgrounds. My relationships with them influenced and heightened my love for understated elegance, the idea of a lifestyle that is more cultivated and refined, not ostentatious. Through my work, I like depicting women as assertive and effortless; attributes inspired from the women in my life - independent and fearless, who live/have lived life on their own terms, and who make their own life choices. 

10) What’s the best thing about being a stylist? 
A) For me; the best thing is how work doesn't feel like work. It is something I truly enjoy, and never tire of. 

11) Favorite fall trend you can’t seem to get over? 
A) Velvet! 

12) What advice would you give to a young stylist who is just starting out? 
A) Start easy, explore different sensibilities before you settle into what your comfort zone is. It's totally okay to make mistakes and learn from them. It’s important to constantly seek inspiration in what’s around you. The most important pearl of wisdom I was imparted with, and that I'd like to share is: Do not seek approval from others. Take constructive advice but in the end just do what you really believe in. Your style should be an extension of who you are as a person.

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The top 10 most-liked Instagram pics of 2016 are officially in! And they are from ... drumroll please ... Selena Gomez and Cristiano Ronaldo! 


Surprisingly, all ten grams were from one of the two celebs! Gomez, pop star extraordinaire and former Disney star, nabbed a whopping 8 out of 10, leaving 2 for Ronaldo, the Portugese soccer superstar, including one of him with the World Cup. Selena has 104 million followers on IG, and recently stole the title of "Most Liked Gram" away from the Biebs.

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We thought 2016 couldn't get anymore shit, but we were wrong...

Did Kendall Jenner just delete her Instagram?! Fans noticed on Sunday afternoon that the supermodel and Kardashian member was no longer on Instagram. No- your feed isn't having a glitch, it seems the star has taken a break from the app. 

If you try and search for her Instagram you may get a "sorry this page isn't available" or "no posts yet"- however, don't fret, her Twitter and Facebook pages are still up and running. Maybe she's following in her sister Kim's footsteps and taking a break from social!

Kenny recently told Allure that "Sometimes I delete Instagram or Twitter or Snapchat off my phone for a couple of days", so maybe this break shouldn't come as too much of a surprise! 

The supermodel is one of Instagram's most popular accounts, with one of her posts being the most liked of 2015. Hopefully she'll be back posing with her famous pals and making us green with envy over her bod. 

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Yesterday, the new First Lady Melania Trump and her husband, President Elect Donald Trump made their way to the White House to meet with current First Lady and President Michelle and Barack Obama (respectively). 

These two vastly different women appeared to enjoy tea together as their husbands glumly shook hands for an official photographer (Let's be honest, the photos of Mr. Trump and President Obama shaking hands aren't exactly what they'd look like had Senator Clinton won the election).

@realDonaldTrump tweeted yesterday, "A fantastic day in D.C. Met with President Obama for the first time. Really good meeting, really great chemistry. Melania liked Mrs. O a lot!" 

The torch will soon pass from one First Lady to another, and media outlets are already predicting Melania will fulfil the duties of First Lady as more of a Jackie O character than Michelle, Eleanor Roosevelt, or even Laura Bush.

We can only speculate whether or not this is due to Melania's glamorous background as a fashion model or because of her marriage to a billionaire tycoon.

Scroll right through our gallery above to see memorable outfits Michelle has sported throughout her time as First Lady, and looks worn by the new First Lady Melania as she supported her husband on the campaign trail!

Photo Credit: CNN, Glamour, NY Daily News, News Online, Popsugar, Stylebistro, Huffpost
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Yesterday, the new First Lady Melania Trump and her husband, President Elect Donald Trump made their way to the White House to meet with current First Lady and President Michelle and Barack Obama (respectively). 

These two vastly different women appeared to enjoy tea together as their husbands glumly shook hands for an official photographer (Let's be honest, the photos of Mr. Trump and President Obama shaking hands aren't exactly what they'd look like had Senator Clinton won the election).

@realDonaldTrump tweeted yesterday, "A fantastic day in D.C. Met with President Obama for the first time. Really good meeting, really great chemistry. Melania liked Mrs. O a lot!" 

The torch will soon pass from one First Lady to another, and media outlets are already predicting Melania will fulfil the duties of First Lady as more of a Jackie O character than Michelle, Eleanor Roosevelt, or even Laura Bush.

We can only speculate whether or not this is due to Melania's glamorous background as a fashion model or because of her marriage to a billionaire tycoon.

Scroll right through our gallery above to see memorable outfits Michelle has sported throughout her time as First Lady, and looks worn by the new First Lady Melania as she supported her husband on the campaign trail!

Photo Credit: CNN, Glamour, NY Daily News, News Online, Popsugar, Stylebistro, Huffpost
Video Credit: Wochit News

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Shopcade HQ recently spoke to Mukul Bhatia, who is an internationally published and exhibited visual artist. He uses photography, fashion and film to narrate stories about human diversity, and focuses on sub-sections that don’t necessarily confine to stereotypical society. He is known to be the visual creative behind MATTER Prints, Singapore, and has recently returned from 24-country tour across the world for his project Nomadic Origins, a visual anthropology of Modern Nomads, in which he lived with diverse strangers and documented their life. He is also the founder of fashion and art label, Rati Collective. 


Shopcade (S): what first drew you to photography? 
Mukul (M): My ex-girlfriend. She loved facing the camera and I loved the idea of documenting our relation and thus, I discovered the visual language of the camera, and it’s a process/discovery/love affair with the camera that is constantly growing. 

S: What do you think is more important for making a good picture? Content or composition? 
M: The intention. 

S: Black & white or colour? Your personal favourite. 
M: Very hard question. I’d have to chose Black & White. Its funny how my work is associated with rich colors, while it’s the essays shot on monochrome film that I’ve spent most of my life and soul to, especially with my long-term project about the war in Kashmir and the transgender sex-workers in Pune. 

S: Who are some of your favourite photographers and how did they influence you? 
M: Antoine D’ Agata and Ren Hang. Both of them are rebellious underdogs who do their thing no matter what. I like that kind of non-conformism in artists, the idea of not giving in to mediocrity of the industry and having your way anyway; until you succeed. 

S: You like to be in front of the camera as much as you like to be behind. How did that come to you? 
M: After working in the war zone as a journalist, I saw way too much for a 22 year old boy. I suffered from clinical depression, followed by a break up from a 6 year relation and everything was simply pear-shaped. As someone who has always been the giver, I almost forgot myself and couldn’t see any beauty left in me. It would’ve been hypocritical to keep photographing beautiful things while I was unable to find it in myself, so I started taking self-portraits, and discovered how being photographed could be supremely therapeutic. It gave me a sense of self discovery, and I wanted to make sure I keep documenting myself as much as the world around me. 

S: How did you turn into the psychedelic sheep that you are today? 
M: Haha, I love that expression. Well, I consider myself a collector of rare experiences of some sorts. I view my life cinematically, with all its twists, and I live it passionately and make sure it’s bright and shiny. Dreamy childhood, passionate love affairs, travelling 24 countries in an year for my book Nomadic Origins, to living with migrants and war orphans, I like seeing and living it all, on both sides of the fence. I want to have a zillion grand, colourful stories to tell my grandchildren, and am simply collecting these diverse, crazy experiences. I guess the psychedelic-ness is simply the byproduct of my life. 

S: You’ve been all over the globe capturing people. Where do you think you've found the best-dressed people on the streets? 
M: Shibuya, Tokyo. It was almost hectic to see that space with so many theatrically diverse Asians who wore their personalities fearlessly, unapologetically and with all the panache. Simply taking a walk there was more inspiring than the Paris Fashion Week. 

S: What is it about your style that makes and lets you blend in wherever you go? 
M: Sharing stories, compassion, and openness. I think your body language and life experience speaks more than your words or clothes. 

S: You are always on the run. what are the five things one can always find in your bag? 
M: My camera, phone, a book, my glasses, and my iPod. 

S: Men’s fashion trends that you are currently in love with. 
M: Androgyny. Why should girls have all the fun?! 

S: Brand/ designer in India that you think is breaking the stereotypes when it comes to men's fashion. 
M: I liked the initial works of Nor Black Nor White and the trench coats from Anuj Bhutani. Huemn is currently making great waves in the scene and I love where its going right now. 

S: Brand/ designer that you would like to do a campaign shoot for and why? 
M: I’d LOVE to shoot Yohji Yamamoto’s designs in Mongolian landscapes. I love how each of his designs are literal artworks, and don’t confine to ephemeral fashion trends. He is probably the best thing to happen to fashion, and I truly adore his aesthetical integrity and philosophy. 

This interview has left us in awe, what about you?

Photo Credit: Mukul Bhatia

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