Introducing The Newest Street Style Trend from South Korea – Get Your FILA Disruptor II at Half the Price!

If you haven’t heard of the New Fila Disruptor II, it’s time to get educated with the newest street style trend from South Korea. Not many of us are willing to concur to our parents’ fashion choices, but you’ve got to admit — their vintage styles did sometimes make it into the modern world as fashion statements. The mom jeans trend is a great example, and we’re still rocking the dad-style baseball cap in 2018. 

Great news if you’re a fan of the whole vintage, tacky-but-somewhat-chic style… There’s a newcomer making news in the street style department. Say hi to chunky, thick-soled “sports shoes” — endearingly known as “dad shoes”!

For most of its existence, it’s been labelled as the “uncle” trend; something that only unfashionable middle-aged men wear. Well, not anymore — at least not when big player sneaker house FILA decides to take it and morph it into their new FILA Disruptor II, aka our (not so) secret hypebeast’s desire. 

Check out the different brand’s offerings of FILA Disruptor II below:

1. The Classic Whites

What has been the biggest upgrade from the “dad shoes” style is the soles. FILA has changed up the round base and instead included pointy jagged edges for the fiercer look. The all-white style is fully blanc, sans the FILA accents. 

Popular Korea stars like IU and Kim Yoo Jung have also been seen donning a pair of FILA Disruptor II!

2. A Pop of Colour

Those who are looking for a pop of colour on an otherwise minimalist pair of shoes, go for the ones with orange / pink accents on the “highlight” points of the shoe – Final Disruptor Point 2.  The ankle guard, toe guard and back of the shoes also have light grey suede elements, one of the newest additions to the disruptor collection.

3. Holographic Strip

Ah yes, can’t ever leave out the holographic option! FILA has chosen the unorthodox route of having the iridescent strip along the mid toe portion of the shoe, like a rainbow trail. Rainbow road on the FILA Disruptor II? We love it!

4. Chic Metallics

Metallic gold for the over-the-top folk (nothing wrong there) and glossy patent black for the understated chic!

5. Back to Black

Black truly is the new black. If you’re one to exclusively wear black kicks, be sure to keep an eye out for these gorgeous black FILA Disruptor II! Pick your poison — the triple black boasts ebony toe to tip, while matte black comes with a contrasting white sole. 

6. Millennial Pink

Last but not least, the coveted millennial pink FILA Disruptor II. Say what you want, but millennial pink will still be on our sneaker radars, forever and always.

The FILA Disruptor II can be found in Singapore but there are limited designs and can cost up to S$268! If you’re thinking of getting a pair for yourself, Airfrov your very own pair of FILA Disruptor II from South Korea today to save up to S$148!

Click on ‘Request Now‘ to simply put up a request on Airfrov, and a friendly traveller will help to fly your goods home! Enjoy an exclusive discount of up to S$10* off any of your Airfrov purchase from South Korea when you cart out and quote “HALLYU10“! (*Valid for both first-time and existing users)

(Source: Airfrov)


Bye Bye Double Chin with Song Ji-hyo’s CELDERMA Chin Mask

(Cr: SBS Running Man)

If you are an avid Running Man fan, you must’ve watched one of the latest episodes where the cast members were headed to Switzerland for their respective luxury and shuddering package trips.

You would’ve also noticed that Blank Ji-hyo (Song Ji-hyo) was bare-faced when she boarded the plane but still looking so pretty! Curious to find out how Ji-hyo maintains her skin and look?

(Cr: SBS Running Man)
(Cr: SBS Running Man)

This is her secret: Upon settling down in the plane, Ji-hyo immediately took out a unique mask for her chin and placed it on. Se-chan and Ha-ha followed and tried putting on the mask as well.

(Cr: SBS Running Man)
(Cr: SBS Running Man)

After the episode aired, many Running Man fans got curious about the “Song Ji-hyo’s chin mask”. With a little research, it turns out that they were using CELDERMA’s newest mask called the Double Layering mask!

What’s even more interesting about this mask is that it was in actuality created by Ji-hyo herself! She suggested the idea of wanting a mask pack that will hydrate and lift her chin so that she can eat all the good food and still be able to look good. Realistic concern coming from a true foodie like her!

Watch Ji-hyo work out with the Double layering mask on in her latest CF below:

CELDERMA promises that after putting on the mask, one can reduce puffiness and achieve a smaller face for 24 hours! Designed for comfort, it is suitable for anyone to use as it’s extremely stretchy.

(Cr: freed77/soo & me)

Other than mainly lifting one’s skin, it will also lock in moisture to hydrate, increase elasticity, smoothen fine lines, and reduce double chin! Main benefits — helps with Elasticity + Cooling + Moisturising + Skin smoothing + Relief Swelling and achieve V-line!

(Cr: soo & me)

3 pcs of masks per box is retailing at 20,000 KRW (~SGD$25) and it comes in three different colours (Edge Grey, Star Gold and Chiffon Pink) to suit one’s style too!

How to use it?

Step 1: Remove the transparent sheet from the mask.
Step 2: Put it on your face carefully and hang it over your ears.
Step 3: Keep it on for 1-2 hours and you are set for the next 24 hours! Your skin will immediately feel lifted and hydrated.

Where to get in Singapore?

Although CELDERMA is currently only available in Korea right now, you can still get your hands on the masks by posting a request on Airfrov, a convenient platform whereby travellers can accept your request to bring back overseas products.

Simply post a request on Airfrov and a traveller in Korea will bring it back for you! Enjoy an exclusive discount of up to S$10* off any of your Airfrov purchase from South Korea when you cart out and quote “HALLYU10“! (*Valid for both first-time and existing users)

Now, are you ready to achieve a V-line chin in no time and surprise everyone? 😉

(Source: Airfrov)