Skate-inspired luxury streetwear brand Palm Angels, founded by designer Francesco Ragazzi, has launched its first month-long pop up at clothing boutique, Surrender . The pop-up, which launched on July 12, also saw Ragazzi making his first guest appearance in Singapore – alongside the debut of the label’s Pre-Fall 2019 collection.
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Singapore might be a tiny island but our country has such diverse settings, which means we have so many choices when it comes to picking a backdrop for photography. Our skyline is, of course, a hot favourite, but there are also more ‘rural’ spots to consider where you could pretend you went overseas to shoot your photos.
Today, the Mary Jane shoe is no stranger to the runways and campaigns of major household labels. Yet, the classic shoe wasn’t always glamorous or romantic.
As much as we enjoy our La Mer, La Prairie and Guerlain face creams – the luxurious textures melt into skin and the sensorial scents just ease away stress – we also think that skincare shouldn’t cost an arm and a leg. We’ve been in the industry long enough to know that quality and efficacy doesn’t have to come with a hefty price tag, especially with the rise of indie beauty brands.
T he first McLaren 600LT Spider has landed in Singapore, promising a world of fast and loud open-air motoring. With strakes every which way and plenty of carbon fibre, the McLaren 600LT is aggressive and unmistakable.
C lara Cheo, 54, came of age at a time when the concept of the “blockbuster” was just being invented. As a teenager, she queued for hours round the block for tickets to Steven Spielberg’s Jaws (1975) and George Lucas’ Star Wars (1977).
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The Tomo Koizumi story is the stuff of modern-day fairy tales – albeit one made possible by the democratic virtues of social media, and that remains quite extraordinary. How he shot from a self-taught designer, unknown beyond his native Japan, to a globally viral fashion phenomenon has been widely documented. The British designer Giles Deacon had discovered his work on Instagram and shared it with his pal/superstar stylist Katie Grand.
The first step to recovery is admitting you have a problem, which is why I’m here to say that I love to exfoliate and I cannot lie.